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TikTok's latest obsession: Caden Woodall, aka Number 7

The Bill Simmons Podcast

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

TikTok's latest obsession: Caden Woodall, aka Number 7

"Your comeback influence or the year is logan pa. Yeah so logan. Paul as we all know got into a scandal a couple years back. He posted a youtube video in this forest. In japan that was known for It's called like suicide forest or something like that. Probably not a good idea to be filming or going into a suicide forest in general but he filmed a man who Had committed and kind of made a joke about it and it was really horrible and people totally on him rightfully so. But it's kind of the first truly cancelled influence. Yeah i think he. I think he was was the kick. Start to the cancel culture but recently i haven't watches videos as much. I know ben has been watching a lot. But i've been following him lightly and he seems like he's really changed his entire mentality and a super apologetic about what he did and learn from it and he's trying to shift its content towards sings that he finds more interesting and has totally educated himself. So happy for you paul. Glad you learned and that you took cancel culture and you learn from your mistakes. So i think i think he's on a good route right now.

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Is Suicide Contagious?

Last Day

06:27 min | 11 months ago

Is Suicide Contagious?

"A beloved celebrity dies unexpectedly before their time. And the headline start to quickly pile up and take over social media. But there's no real story yet. No details no explanation just click -able headline with a bunch of photos. Celebrity. Dead at forty, eight, thirty to twenty, four whatever and in the absence of any real information, a question inevitably arises. Was it an overdose or suicide? Unfortunately, I am acutely aware of what it's like when the answer is overdose. Please refer to season one for that story. But when the answer is suicide, how the story is told matters. For so long there has been cautioned around public discussion of suicide. Asking the news media think a little harder by reporting it, they could be perpetuating the story. We touched on this episode one but if media gets the message wrong and that wrong message reaches a struggling person at the wrong time, the consequences can be devastating even fatal. For example. In Two thousand fourteen after beloved comedian actor Robin Williams died by apparent suicide. And that shocking news flooded the headlines. Suicide rates went up by ten percent. This detail got repeated after another prominent suicide death we'll designer kate spade was found dead in her apartment today her death and apparent suicide. We saw after Robin Williams suicide rates went up ten percent. We Know Kate spade reportedly was infatuated with his suicide. which became part of another subsequent suicide. Relearn today we lost a friend and colleague Anthony Bourdain. Anthony is the second public figure to die this way this week. Was the first some experts point to a phenomenon? They call suicide contagion, which often happens moments such as this. And it turns out there is a long historical precedent for this. There's this phenomenon called the weather effect. Stick with me. This won't take long. It is a fancy literary version of the outdated term copycat suicide. And it comes from this seventeen seventy four to novel called the sorrows of Young werther the book spoiler alert and with the sympathetic hero or they're dressed in a blue code and yellow trousers shooting himself after being rejected by someone he loved. In the years that followed so many young men were found dead having shot themselves while dressed as werther that people freaked out and banned the book in several countries. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, two, when Marilyn Monroe died. The following months were filled with extensive coverage about her apparent suicide. which led to widespread sorrow and an apparent twelve percent uptick in suicides. These are obviously massive national reactions to the loss of our beloved heroes and icons. But you see the same thing happening in communities or someone dies by suicide. All of sudden, you have to worry about the other people in town. Or the kids in the schools. And it brings us to this very complicated question is suicide contagious. This question of course has been plaguing us this whole project not just because we're talking about suicide. But also if I didn't know, we are doing it in the midst of a global pandemic where community spread is all we're talking about. So is it as simple as that? Is suicide something you can catch and if so. How do we protect ourselves. Like. What's the equivalent of a mask for suicide? I'm Stephanie Woodall's Wax and this is last day. We knew early on that, we wanted to talk about contagion but truth be told we didn't totally get what it meant for suicidal thoughts to transfer. Is it like. Flipping a switch not suicidal one moment suicidal the next. And that's how we were thinking about it. Until we heard this. Every morning I wake up and I make agenda for the day. I love plans I love knowing my options. In sixth grade when the first suicide cluster happened in my community when we lost more than three people in one year. It was the first time that suicide became on my list of options when I was going through a problem. I feeling, Sad, one day I think through what the options were. NAPPING, think about hanging my friends I thought about taking my own life I thought about going out. On my list of what I could potentially do to help. Figure it out in solve it. This is Lisa. How speaking at a jet event a few years ago. And when we watch this video something clicked. We knew we had to talk to her. Can you tell me a little bit about yourself like who are you? WHO IS LISA? Yeah. So that's such a hard question sometimes answer. It makes sense that this is a tricky question for Lisa because a lot has changed in a short period of time. Today Lisa is twenty two and she just graduated from college. She's about to start a theory impressive job as an engineer at a little known company called Apple. But. In sixth grade, she was in a very different place at the center of what is probably the most commonly referenced example of suicide. Contagion. Lisa was a student at gun, high school. In Palo Alto California a school that comes up again and again when you start to dig into the concept of suicide. Contagion

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Amityville Horror

Ghostly

05:09 min | 1 year ago

Amityville Horror

"Welcome to ghostly is the AMITYVILLE. House. Haunted. ghostly is a podcast that comes out every other week. In each episode, we take a ghost story or paranormal event in look into its complete history. Rebecca then gives us evidence proving that the story is real. In, my job is to debate those pieces of evidence in to get you the listener prepared to vote on if it's real or not. You haven't yet please hit that subscribe button and as always we are your host I'm pat and I'm rebecca what's been going on Rebecca wow we've been thinking about that book club. Oh. Yeah I didn't know if we were going to mention that. Yeah. Well, I thought maybe I throw it out there you know K it was something that came out when we did our Edgar Allan Poe episode many years ago and I think I'm ready to maybe start doing it. Are You I am but I would really like to keep it paranormal based. Oh definitely or or history based APPS I think probably a bit of both like no fiction. Well, I mean yeah. It's going to be totally nonfiction I. Don't know you're talking about. Yeah no I'M GONNA put a post up go society. I was thinking and we could you know see what people are interested if you guys have somebody else's. Yeah. Awesome. Well, we also have the trivia contest and that's still going it is so they could win their choice of any ghostly shirt. I'm not just saying t-shirt because, oh, I'm thinking you know if they want one of the long sleeve shirts, they could get that to. I don't know that. Okay. It's expensive but you know our listeners are. Well we've already had some submissions we have and and the contest is going on until August thirty first. Yep. So still time. Yeah. So you could enter grossly podcast dot com slash trivia or just go to ghostly PODCAST DOT COM and go to the polls area and you will see the menu were there's a trivia but yeah, and then while you're there, you can also vote on our episode today absolutely absolutely. So do we have any listener mail we do we So we're going to actually finish up. We had started on the bloody Mary episode with 'em J. R. J.. She had sent a second letter and I too many stories to fit. In one episode. So Michael Jordan has been through a lot. So we're to finish up with her second meets Michael. Jackson. WHO Know. WHO All right. Okay. I'm ready. I got that out of. Every time. Okay so she continues. Again, they had moved three times and then. Things started happening again several entities So here's here's a bit more Okay. So she says now for the unspecified weird occurrences that have happened in the last year. Doing dishes home alone with the kids as I have already stated the kitchen is on the second floor and that there are no walkways outside the window. able to see a reflection of self I'm guessing like in the window while she's washing dishes right behind a heard a man's voice say, what are you doing? Are You Doing I looked up to see if someone was reflecting in the window. No one was there when I told my husband when he came home, he said, are you sure it was a man's voice because last night I heard a female voice say hi, how are you in the living? Room? This is. I did that sound the hi, how are you because I, think the. Female it's. Not Like I. Oh, are you? Okay that's more like it. One Friday when I was at work and the children were at daycare, my husband was sitting at home from work. He was sitting in the living room watching TV when he heard a baby cry if I just ignored it because it was not coming from within the house all both kids were at school so the sound should not be coming from inside after a few minutes the crying got louder. So he got up to investigate when he opened the door to her daughter's room the crying stopped and nothing was in there. If you remember the woodall incident then you'll get a real kick out of my next thing I'm about to say since we had a woody dull. We had to have a buzz light year Dow to per my son he was more my favorite actually I have totally Awadhi. Doll. Tom Hanks. Fan Though. You're zero unpopular. That you don't really you want publicity to. Know, it's for real. Go ahead, I'm sorry one day during the quarantine I was sitting in the other room working on my laptop when I started to hear something coming from the kids room.

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Food Safety and Sanitation

Living Healthy Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

Food Safety and Sanitation

"Some question that people might have that use Chop up a lot of stuff is using Cutting boards at this point. You know what would be better? Plastic or wood because plastic. Sometimes it seems like you know you create those notches and it almost feels like it traps stuff whereas would doesn't feel away but I don't know is that true or which one would you suggest signing. I've always kind of felt the opposite because meat to me would kind of give a little bit more than I have a glass. I also have a temper cutting board a fancy. But ideally you'd want to separate cutting boards for Produce and dry goods like bread and then a non porous one for Romney fish poultry though acrylic plastic glass or even really good quality. Bamboo board can be less porous. And so data. It's not trapping. Usually we're talking about bacteria when we get to this level but you WanNa clean the boards either way washing them in hot soapy water and scrubbing and rinsing well And you can sanitize boards just like you. Can your counters use a tablespoon of belief if you're lucky to have it right now and in a gallon of water and you can Dunk or flood that surface. Allow it to stand for several minutes and then and then rinsing it drive. So that's a great thing all around your you samples and kitchen that you can do what I would say with. The boards is anything with the the difficult to clean groups. Like you mentioned. They really need to be like tossed them replace like the my Gosh. My original cabinet had lied out with the House. Britain probably thirty years old. This thing got rid of. Yeah that Kinda Yeah. I guess that makes sense. I actually just repaired our bread board like two months ago. My wife was like what do you want done around the house right now? Like what she's like. I want you to fix this by not the bread board itself but like when you would push it in. It would sink into the countertop too far because like the stopping mechanism was broken so I got all hands and I fixed the bread board from a lady and she's very happy. I wonder now and I'm just asking a question year. If it's possible to somehow stand a wood cutting boards down to mood surface and and you know getting all that. And then I use I use Woodall Edible grade on my cutting boards and I I re- oil them every year that I wouldn't yeah my wooden spoon and My wooden spatula as well. That's interesting yeah so look up. Maybe cutting board maintenance that's Yeah that's something that I never would have like. I would think of it would like with the grill You know maintaining your grill and everything. But that's that's interesting all right So you know right now. There's I'm obviously in San Francisco. They had ordered a shelter in place. which you know. I've actually heard of people some people that had the idea that that meant everyone go to a shelter like a shelter for people that don't have the place de or something like that like that either that or like going to a shelter for homeless or something and so first of all it does not mean that it means basically stay inside. Stay inside your shelter. Which is your home so anyway. Shelter in place going on San Francisco. Perhaps it's going to travel to more areas so if that is If that happens to someone They get that order what. Let's take a virtual look at their pantry. Watt should they be eating I which they say for last? What should they maybe start thinking about rationing? I guess what would you suggest for their pantry to timely question right now I would definitely look at the refrigerator. I because those perishable are the things that need to be consumed more readily. I mean right now especially it would be such a waste to find like rotting spinach or moldy cheese a week from now because honestly a lot of people have you know stocked up and then it's hard to find within the back of your fridge. It's hard to know what's in the bottom of that produce drawer so you should really have an inventory of what you have but look for the things that are going to expire this soon. So let's say for produce. Maybe a lot of people may not be aware of what lasts a long time. And what kind of goes past? The point of ripeness quickly saw just mentioned a few so in produce peaches pears. Avocados are usually the kind that need to be eaten first. And then things like you know oranges and grape those last a little bit longer and then apples and your root vegetables like carrots and those turnips and we mentioned Celery and potatoes. They last a couple of weeks. So you can kind of get to the beach. And the Pairs Kado those type of things first and then save the apples and the celery and the root things for last right As far as need your fresh meat if they're not going to be frozen should be eaten within a few days then dairy foods and eggs and any kind of prepared item. You've gotten from the Deli counter or a restaurant or that you've made they need to be consumed within that week Eggs and some. You know package yogurts and such cheeses. They can last a couple of weeks for sure and then condiments last longer because of their high sodium or at the content You don't need to worry about them as much but right now you know at least in my family I'm Kinda like rationing out bracing some items for later like bread. Bread ends in Tortillas right

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House Rules Committee debates terms for impeachment

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

House Rules Committee debates terms for impeachment

"Tomorrow we expect the full house of representatives to vote on impeachment of the president today the rules committee is debating the ground work for how tomorrow is going to work democratic congressman Jamie Raskin and the Republican congressman Doug Collins appearing before the rules committee to help negotiate the terms of your definition of the fair and free process vantage is the American people is that the president could submit any name he wants to determine justice just say no but my dear Mr Woodall you understand that we are in the process of collecting information to establish an indictment in in essence charges against the president these are articles of impeachment the trial process takes place in the Senate that's where they conducted a trial where their rules will govern in anybody presumably won't be able to bring in whatever this is they want to

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"woodall" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"A little to the south of ma'am Miami up to around Jacksonville today which is pretty much the entire eastern seaboard you need to be thinking all right I could have you know a landfalling hurricane in my in my area I think by the time we get to sort towards late Friday we're gonna better idea be able to you know Woodall window that down just a little bit narrow what that that possibility as which will be good news for people that said that's only referring to the center of the storm and the stores are just a little point there you know hundreds of miles across so I think that will be the idea time line is also a little bit it's concerning because right now the storm is moving along at a at a fairly decent decent clip but by the time it gets just off the coast of Florida looks like it's forward movement slows down a lot and that slowing down means it might move maybe a couple hundred miles over a couple of days and so we could just be talking about a storm that brings pro longer events of wind and rain across a pretty good chunk of Florida so you know it's it's good I think no matter how you slice it may be far far far South Florida maybe the end up not getting it but you know probably the rest of Florida at some point get some really significant storm out of this category for baby yes so you know they have said yesterday they've been forecasting a major hurricane strike that land fall three or four and I you know category are we for scientific purposes need to classify things and for communication we classify these storms but those that classification also I think it gives people a false sense of danger or improvement so for example like if they're like oh it's into five this is a disaster everyone pay attention this is serious but it's a three is like okay we might be fine deal but he could pack a real punch three would pack a huge bunch hi this happened last year in hurricane Florence that hit in the Carolinas and it had been forecast mantras got four ended up coming on yeah I think it's a cat too and it drops you know thirty five inches of rain in cause catastrophic flooding all over the place so that did that category of a of a storm doesn't mean really what the dangerous okay so all that said once a storm is that strong they go through kind of cycles of the the center of the storm little doll I yours talk about that I get so narrow that it kind of collapses in on itself and a new I. forms that's farther out and then it goes through these cycles we column I wall replacement cycles and when that happens the wind speed goes up and down and that might have go up or down by twenty miles an hour or so of sustained winds and that's the difference between a category three or category for a category to a category three or something you know it's hard to say the official forecast you know certainly brings it in that and there is a the the better odds are that it comes in as a major hurricane you know there's also other things that can sometimes come out a storm that you don't see coming like there could be some dry air somewhere in the atmosphere the gets ingested into the storm that breaks it down a little bit that's not out of the question but yeah you know all odds are are right now that we've got a major hurricane I said slowing down so we're we're probably talking about a landfall yesterday look like we're talking about a land fall maybe Sunday late afternoon evening now it looks like retirement landfall Monday mid day I mean.

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"woodall" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on LadyGang

"Ask the lady gang. And we're back. Your is. My question you, well, I have to question up to my first one is did do you feel or did you ever feel like everybody's faking it, and so and like did you have the impostor syndrome has it is it still happening? Like does it still happen rear its ugly? Head. I wanna ask you question to your question. When you say if everyone's faking do you mean, professionally or just in general, I think in general when people when you tell people that you're scared of something or you're like, but what if I'm not good enough a lot of people's response. It's like everybody's faking it oh, everybody's faking. I don't think imp- I wouldn't call it imposture. We say imposter. I started thinking about like negatives about the insurer. Oh, yeah. Colin. Yes. So if I go in and I'm like, okay. Everybody's faking it so I'm going to go in and I'm going to be gangbusters and like do my best. But know that like nobody else is better qualified for this than I am. But then I get to the place where if you get that thing, then we've guest this like weird insecurity of being like, I'm an impostor. And I'm faking you know, it goes away it goes away. But it doesn't ever is. You're never done because it's like I had that for the longest time where I was like. I'm doing this. But if I do this but doing this. So you have that and and you really confident, but here's a here's a perfect example. So we're opening our second restaurant downtown at eighth and ground. It's called Harry's called red herring. What's your what's the restaurant? They own now. Red herring, red herring grand avenue. The funding fell through thought three weeks ago. We're supposed to break ground second week of January. I'm the person. It's just my husband me like, we don't have investors. It's just us. He's a chef. He's incredible. Chef I have the weight of the financials, and he shares it with me, and he lives it. But it's like, I'm the person if money probably through I'm the person who's gonna find the next set of money and last Tuesday night, the Tuesday before thanksgiving, I had such a meltdown like a real meltdown where I couldn't stop crying. And I was like I don't know where the money's coming from. I am so scared. I am so scared, and he he he Alexis me like it's gonna be great. Where do this this, and this we're gonna plan it's gonna work out, whatever. And I just was we talked to it all and I said, I need to talk about this with some people it can you start talking about this. Are you okay with that? Because it's private, and he was of course. And I had a meet a meeting the next day with someone that had nothing to do with the restaurant, but I've known for forever. And I started talking about the guy sat down, and he was Keller you and instead of doing that people say whether I good I'm always like do we really want to know or do you want me to take because I can say good if we did this move on. But if he's like really wanna know, I'm sort of like unleash and just started talking about it, and I felt immediately better because in that conversation. He was like he shared a moment years ago in his business. Here's go my God this happening in this had happened and people start telling you the crazy stories about their own personal experience when you share the you're scared. So I'm a huge believer in saying, I'm nervous about something. I'm not nervous about a lot. But when I am nervous. I I'm nervous about I talk about it. Just like I said, I don't know if it's actually happened but on Wednesday while. A New York I had not one but two major meetings about financial people things. Yeah. So, but it came about because I knew they said. I know everybody's faking it so I need to ask for help..

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"woodall" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on LadyGang

"It's that's the challenge for someone else to sit down and be like, let me tell you about American horror story, and you're like oh. That's amazing. Lady gaga's. Yeah. And you know, I I. At the restaurant when ripe forty started shooting that and you told me you mail show runner, and I was like. It's called the lady game. They need to be giving you a female show runner because otherwise three very attractive. White women are still being told what to do by man. And I did not let that now. Here's what the truth is is that there are so few women executive producers that do what you do. So we're another ten years away from all of the grows that your mentor ING that are now going to be coming up like you really are trailblazer. There just are. And you know, when you go to these award shows and stuff, and you see the creative teams all sitting in rows it at the Dobie theater. There's not many of you token female. I did the the shoulder Chevy. When I would've on stage this time, I didn't even realize that I loved your semi I had to go back and look at the video and his like someone had just like action. I just show me all the time. So I was and so I think we got to the point where you know, it was they're they're truly were not females available for the job aid was more important than any. So we found the best people and we actually ended up. Falling in love with our show. Shed a lot of light on the fact that there aren't enough women and also had like maybe one option. Maybe maybe also shed a lot of light on the fact that you guys did it pretty well. I mean, you'd already mean. Yeah. The when people like, oh, I don't know. No one's done this before it's like, well, then let's try on cause really and truly. Let's be honest. They're not giving you it's not like you're going to burn down a fifty million dollar budget. You know, so give you two episodes to try, and if sub that that's one of it's always been my argument people like well, they've never done it before. Well, singer swam. Yeah. Yeah. And I will say that's been a very I mean, this is like a therapy session at this point. But the hardest thing is when it was like the be yourself. But change everything about you mentality where it's like, you're so fresh, you're so different. And then they're like, well, this is what talk shows do interesting hurt. The cat Graham episode. Had a really good interaction with her. But that was the episode on. It's like, oh, they are like this is who we want view is that how it felt. And it's it had a different vibe than what you do here where it's like, there's a that's just part of it is. We know what it's going to be like slightly different is like she was really fun and US it with a good episode. But I was like I that was where I was like, oh, they have this is a talk show not their show 'cause I really like it as your show with, but it's early days, and you got to give people watch you that. Yeah. But but I know what you mean where it's like. Yeah. It was definitely a challenge to figure out. How do we do this? Because we do get the luxury of being like, we want Alexis on the show because she's like a cool woman in this world, and it's going to inspire. The God of all the women listening around the world like or we want rupaul or we want an actress or we want a famous person like we get or we wanna hormone experts. Value of like people like over the entire spectrum where maybe it has to be TV at this famous this many, followers that is doing this specific thing that isn't conflicting with a lot of like constraints of..

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LadyGang

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on LadyGang

"In it, and it all it comes from money. And it also comes from. You know, like even in making the league TV show like we were executive producers, and that meant a lot to me. You know, what I mean, it meant a lot to me to have that title because I've never been an EP before. And we didn't really know what we're doing as he pees like, I don't know what we're supposed to do or whatever. But like I shoved my face in there and was like I'm now in EP, and I want you to treat me like an EP, and that's hard happened in it. No not. Not without asking a lot. You know? It's just a lot of people because the one thing that happens is that everyone's always like, what do you? What's the producers use the money, man? I'm like, that's like an art. He's broadway. And you'll never work in this town again. But but you a lot of times people get a credit, and they're like why have this credit? So you should take me seriously in the people around your sort of like, you got a credit, but did you really work for it? Didn't see what you guys have done here. Right. Three and a half years to get to that point. Right. So you get in there. And I know that as a type three I believe. Yeah. Three to I I would assume. So you're definitely listen to that. I was like. Yeah. Don't hesitate backup. Okay. I'm really happy being in control of everything me to like fine. Great. You know, in fact, the other day, my husband said something to me about a plan. And I was like, no. Here's the deal. I'm done on this conversation. I am a producer by nature. That is my skill set. Let me do what I'm good at. This is my love language is this you're going to tell me something I'm going to play out the three scenarios that it's gonna go. And I will I'm going to know what it is. I'm gonna make the best decision, and then we can operate and have a wonderful afternoon. Knowing sort of what are like loose boundaries are without having to stop with what time is it. What what are we have to do next? I have I can stop making decisions because I've made all the citizens ahead of time. Yeah. Exactly. But so people don't under- don't know that about you..

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LadyGang

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on LadyGang

"And I was like I I had never added my knees to my list of things to like not like about myself like just seems like such a like a ten thing on the list. Like, I could pick a lot more Lino naming. But then it's like with the other day was that like, yeah, I was at a dermatologist he was like, you know, you could put a little filler on your chin, and it would even out your nose. And I was like there's something wrong with my nose. Like these things I was I was like I kinda like my nose. Well, okay. Now think about that. It's just weird to be a girl. And it's to be a girl where I I have a constant like I spent the week in New York being like, oh, don't feel good on my body. Don't feel good my body. But also, I'm awesome. Yeah. Sometimes the hardest. I caught him. So I think the biggest thing is don't hesitate to call yourself. Don't hesitate to be like, no I like what I do. And I like me because I like me. I mean, there's things I need to be better. I wish I could say no to like three bowls of cereal at eleven o'clock at night. Why say no to that? Why not just regret it? The next day. What has been your Ishmael best moment of your career? And what has been the moment that you thought I'm done. I'm done. Can you even say I mean? For a second. Did that whole feature in the Hollywood reporter was a closet? The closet of the closet was you were that was a good. The closet is. That's a good one might when my best friends is a freshman organizer and her friends journalist, and she called two Christmases ago or two Novembers ago and said, hey, the Hollywood reporter wants to do a piece on a Lexus closet for for the women in power issue. 'cause they're doing the closets and their organizers slash designer. And so it's so cute because I was like, oh, she's a major Hollywood producer. She has three Emmys I live in Silverlake bungalow because my husband had cited by a restaurant instead of a house. So we own a restaurant. And so my closet was like the size, basically like the size of this table. And I'm like, no one knows it because I dress really well. But it's like I can't do that. So my best friend Beth was like, let's turn the study or second bedroom. That's turn it into a closet, and we did it in five days, and he got photographed. And it's stunning and we have. I have never turned back. No. I this holding exposed shelving. With my shoes. I have two giant whole wardrobe. They have a party rack with all my sparkly stuff. I had to end up getting like an actual party wreck because I have so many clothes from somebody events because I don't use a stylus because some way like like to pick my own stuff out. But anyway, so now I have wrecks of close I'm running out of room for tryin rewire them. But it's that was a moment where I was like. Oh, wait. But you know, it's actually really weird is I think what's happening now in the sense that I've gotten I'm being treated differently and a really cool way. But normally you're not aware of the transition times, I'm aware of it. And so that's what's weird where like what will it? I was flying to New York on Sunday. And I always find out with one of my other producers Brad Simpson and the flight, you know, they fly you, and when you're playing for work, they fly first class business class necessary for the picks, you up and takes you and all that sort of like wrote at this point because.

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LadyGang

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on LadyGang

"And we spent two hours, and we're like learning about the mics. And I was like the sound is weird. Let's fix it. And whatever, and you just kind of do what you have to do to make it. And if you whatever you don't know, you learn and we've certainly learned in the last couple of years, we don't know how to do this like how do you? You know, why I think it's really impressive. I think what I like because I was doing my my cram session homework before I was when I was packing for New York on Saturday night just catching up because I listened to a lot. When you first started like Asher, everyone tells you and then whatever anyway, so I was patching up when I was just appreciated it because I was laughing so much, but you do so much work like the idea that you produce this yourself and was just saying that you guys have been packing up the leading boxes, which graduations guys, the boxes are really cool, ladies, it'd be very excited at one might. I name you. No doubt. Now what? No, I I want to know what you first thought of Becca like how you met her because you were already working on glee when like the second the second wave the second way came and she was in time too. Because to be totally honest gleese shiny spot had sort of worn off. It was still a loved show a beloved show, but we had her story. I think I was doing normal hearts by that point. So I was already pulled and one of the things that everyone always asks me, I'm gonna do this love being onset. Now. I don't go to set very off. I have so many things I'm creatively in the dark so much. And also, I certainly have start to have certain relationships with my actors with through the fourth wall that I don't really wanna break. I don't want to look macaroni. And be like, oh, I guy cut that whole scene. Yeah. Had nothing to do with you. But the whole out of there because I have that kind of creative. Cowry yet. And so but her good our good friend Jenna Auscwitz who is one of my favorites from the beginning. And really smart, and you guys know her she smart smart person. And she was always going on and on about about Becca and becua-. Kitty Wilde Becca is like the mean girl who was tape ponytail. And I I was like, I don't know. I just liked her and one day. I remember when we first met, but I'm sure it's just onset. I don't remember so many things, but it was on set and this and that, but you did this thing that was really cool because she really was like I wanna learn everything that same thing. I my world, and she was the only actor and seven years of gli sorry Jenna in seven years glee that said I wanna come sit with you in the editing room. I wanna hear you work on an episode. And I want to hear what you talk about. And I said to her I was like, okay. I think we picked one that you weren't terribly heavy attic. If I was that same issue. And also Ryan doesn't want me really bright. It's like sharing the secret is that's part of what makes it a magic. Yeah. But it also think people who want to know it's going to make them better. And ladies, I the biggest thing I will tell you is always ask questions. Choose your time and place of how to ask questions do not open with a thousand questions because it will put people off or maybe annoy them. But if you want to know, how something works ask how something works, and you can say, I just don't know you don't have to you don't have to pretend like, you know, it's not like comparing music taste in like tenth grade. You're like, I gotta tell you love that ban on your have no idea, you can just say, I don't know. But I want to know and everybody respects that so beca came in. And we just sort of hit it off and the best part on my God, the boys and the department lost their Shiva. She. There is because she would come in and her little crop, not your crop tops. So which I did just million. That little people's choice. Word episode was. But they should cop Trump crop, Hefner, jeans and shoes, so warm..

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"woodall" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on LadyGang

"He was really moved because you let fresh stories out of him. Yeah. We thought it was one of his best interviews gel. So what I what I loved when I was researching you is how you got noticed by him. And and got the job you have. And I think this is such a great lesson for all ladies because you know, there's that age old thing of like the way you get someone a Cup of coffee is the way that you will run the company one day. So can you tell us a little bit about the story of when Ryan noticed you? And then hired you will it was I I will county. I completely agree with you. And doesn't matter having come see here dressed the job you want dress for the job you want. If you don't understand what you're not getting promoted, and you keep wearing jeans and a worn out sweatshirt and all you do is complain at work. Even if your complaints are valid all they see slugger jeans and a complaining sweater. Like dressed the way that you feel that you are. And so I always did I was from Georgia. I thought I was Scarlett O'Hara. I'm actually a natural blonde dye my hair Dr. Oh, yeah. And I moved to cloud when I was nine it was just like is this all there is. So I was always like, let's dress up. Let's be better. Let's be fabulous. And so I was the only PA who the production assistant who was dressing up and heels and skirts and lugging bags of like tapes and deliveries and lunches around and I talked to everybody, and I said hi to everybody, but Ryan really views the writing process as the writer's room and the editing room, and I was a PA and post production, which meant I was the only girl there with a bunch of dude editors and sit in the bullpen and adhere Ryan in the room. And I you know, he'd come and go and one day he wasn't in a great mood. Not that that ever happened to any of us. I heard him getting into leave one of the offices. And I'm sitting by myself in the bullpen, and I'm like, oh my God. I don't know where to look, I know I don't I don't wanna be in front of that, you know, he came out. And he looks at me, and he goes I like your. Dress lady, and he leaves, and I called my mother, and I was like Brian Murphy lakes. Dress. Yeah. But it wasn't thing where he noticed me. And so there was a down period between two seasons of nip tuck, and because I was still new to LA I'd worked since the beginning. But I went back to waiting tables. Because no one tells you that you can go and unemployment and not wait tables would've been amazing. Harshly of the world and not. Fun kid. Damn it. Much of my mom says she's a key while you're on trust fund. I just needed one just a backup. We'll just a tryst for that allows you have a little bit of money. So yeah. A little bit flexible. Right. It'd be nice just don't want to go into day. I just don't know. But no, I don't have that I have work. So I was waiting tables waiting for the third season of nip tuck to come back and Ryan's assisted at the time. It called and said my dad is really sick..

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"woodall" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on LadyGang

"But no. But I had like eight ones that were like doing certain things better like, blah, blah, blah, blah. And I found the list, and I really think that like the majority of them were accomplished, which is great good. You wanna share any of intimate details? No. Because I'm actually not a big believer in sharing goals. I'm not fishes too. I keep mine to myself until the years old. Yeah. Me too. Those are really the only people that read it because I haven't your and yours are embarrassing. Grow. Mermaid hair mine did not have anything about my hair on the list or really appearance in general. It's mostly just you know, so career when you're already ten you don't have to like game higher. You know? Focus focus on it. All right healthy. Okay. So I was in the airport, and I have been get well, this is from December. Because I've since tried to quit I coke and my New Year's resolution. So in December. I was traveling. I think it was traveling to see you guys. But anyway, I'm in their Portland, and it's very quiet because that's like real fancy in there. And everyone's just like on air pause, or like, you know, like, Glenn drinks and free one man, I had to fart and I. I thought that I was going to be able to it was going to be one of those ones where you can like lift your, but she. And then like, you're like. Ooh, hoo. Far too gross. You know, and just like rises. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I add my ear pods in on. I didn't have them on danger already. So I just went for it. And I lifted out. All like. This is you have to lift it. But then you also have the lift the, but she. Yeah, we're not in touch for. I had the liking on it together. Anyway, I was so embarrassed because. Plays here. Pretend all watching something. So gross to lift it up like. I know. Media keep the, but she goes down. So then it kind of gets wrapped in the know too, much noise because those pleasure seats. Oh, yeah. It's like the faux leather the plug expanded. Anyway, my good week Kelly is really turning into be a brilliant child. Good. So whenever I give Kelly a big treat like a not her regular food. She doesn't eat it. She takes it outside. And she buries it. She's like a real street. Does she go back to get it later? Well, I don't know. Like, I don't know what she did in the same place. He's burying them all over like, I see her digging and bury it and then like, and then it's gone. So then to answer your question Becca this week, I witnessed her go out on the patio looking around chasing a bird and then start digging in the succulent pot. A potted plant digging into getting big, and then she pulls out her treat brings it inside. Sits on her dog bed and eats it. No, she's so smart. You learned it's she learned how to ration street on the street. She knows she knows food comes and goes, I'm like, I'm I you're so safe. I'm always going to feed you could she likes saved her treat for later amend. Brought it back into the house and eight later when she was hungry got his all this got her. We'd is she was like a year when I got her to switch enough. She's so fucking smart Kelly. You're brilliant. I wish you weren't such an asshole to other dogs. Okay. On that note when we come back smart ladies are here. We'll just one. We're not you guys know how when there's an assortment of cupcakes. You don't wanna be limited by choosing just one you basically want to try a bite of every single one. But that's rude will now you can. And it's not rude because big by Melissa makes these delicious handcrafted bite sized cupcakes there in so many different flavors. They have milk chocolate red velvet strawberry made with real strawberries Fidel cream, so many more they come to you. And like I said they're bite size. You can have a few different ones and try all the flavors. They're all delicious. They sent us some last week Zach almost eight the entire box before I even got home. So I was ready to murder him. But that's how good they are. And the best part is that most flavors are fifty calories or left. So you don't have to feel like crap after you eat them. So if you wanna.

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Rob Woodall, Michael Cohen And Gwinnett County discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Rob Woodall, Michael Cohen And Gwinnett County discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"Coming up at six thirty. Now. What Gwinnett county cars have rob Woodall is saying about it. WBZ news time is six seventeen president. Trump's one time fixer Michael Cohen claims. He's too afraid to testify before congress next month

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"woodall" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"And now this race is looking like, it might not be over after all as votes have continued to come in since election night, the democratic challenger TJ. Aycox now trails by fewer than five hundred votes. That's less than half a percentage point. And there are still thousands of votes to be tallied in this race from different counties that favor both candidates and tonight fivethirtyeight has changed its projection for the race from lean art to lean d so as Rachel says watch the space, we also have some breaking news to report out of Georgia in the seventh congressional district, which is currently held our publican, congressman, rob Woodall. The state has just finished its recount requested by the democrat who's behind by a mere four hundred nineteen votes in tonight that democrat Carolyn Bordeaux has officially conceded. As the recount brought in some more votes for Woodall that brings us to the one lone house seat that NBC has not yet called in Utah's fourth congressional district. Two term Republican congresswoman Mia love looks poised to lose her seat. As votes have come in over the past several days, the democratic challenger Ben mcadams has taken the. Lied and declared victory love is not yet. Conceded j release a cryptic statement, thanking her voters for all the support and says that she will plan to give a statement after the thanksgiving holiday, the midterm elections may have been fifteen days ago, but they are still not over again watch this space. It was panned as flat fiction, a spooky swift told lascivious tale that is not art not a single character. Major or minor is anything more than a caricature or cliche? It's an example of extremism. It is even irresponsible irresponsible extremism. This is not art the object of this flaming. Critique the author whose book that set off such apoplexy was the late Fletcher Neville, according to Wikipedia fight me. They do things. Mr. Neville was the source of the quote smoking is one of the leading causes of statistics. But we remember him for his irresponsible. Lascivious flat fiction that said Washington DC Twitter in nineteen sixty five night of camp. David is a distortion thriller. That follows a US Senator trying to convince everyone in the president circle that the president is unfit for office. Which is why these troubled times Rachel has had occasion to bring up night of camp. David on the show like winning anonymous senior official and the Trump administration reveal that there have been whispers within the cabinet about having the current president declared unfit and removed from office say what you want but critics of nineteen sixty five night of Camp David is back. It got released a new this week with a brand new cover. An audio book version a swift told lascivious tale of an imaginary American president from half a century ago. Brought back for our time as Rachel exit say history is here to help into any us. Now, I'm pleased to say is Michael Beschloss NBC news. Presidential historian who is also here to help make it. Best. I've read opening thank you. I love that kind of flowery language in the critique, especially the lascivious the city. Bring words like. Elvis seventeen dollar word. So so let's let's talk about this. Current president is sort of the state of him. He's now been taken to task by the chief Justice of the supreme court after Donald Trump said on Tuesday in reaction to a ninth circuit stopping his administration's asylum restrictions. He called him an Obama judge. He then gets rebuked by John Roberts. What is the importance significance of that? What we've never seen anything like this before, you know, we've seen confrontations between presidents and chief justices ABRAHAM LINCOLN and his first inaugural, criticized the dread Scott decision and the chief Justice who was forward whose name was Todd who had just worn in Franklin Roosevelt. Did the same thing with chase. Justice Hughes 1937 would helped strike down a lot of new deal legislation. And so there was an angry relationship between them. But you never had the situation where the president repeatedly tried to get Americans to think that the judiciary. There's something wrong with it. It's legitimate. It can't be trusted and obviously rock Roberts had had enough. And felt that part of his job is to make sure that Americans and others can believe in his branch of government to do. I'm not convinced Donald Trump knows much about the night circuit. Let's just be blunt. Right. But you just said he thinks told of gifts in trouble..

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"woodall" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"Yeah that's really exciting so i'm kind of an also even though it's just online we did a popo in our office and the person pop up so i want to meet the women who were doing it there's some came in and they said look my stock become a tower but i just want to experience coming here because we feel all the makeovers on long on instagram so people can go on and just every day see to make women because i think we never get bored of seeing wouldn't be made over but the most exciting to me is when you come in you have boughten were scared and they leave and they lost them because since i was six i've enjoyed the ocsta makeover and that's the most pleasurable thing to give another woman she looks in the mirror she's happy with what she seems and you just think you've got it you've seen you've seen who you can be we'll you've seen who you are now would you say so instagram is the place ready to follow you and just to make sure that everything's on there it's different because i have a slightly different audience on facebook and instagram so instagram is more they're not fashion beauty equally and make them if you just like make going from new london facebook is a more intense relationship people when i do a live on a sunday morning to do this lazy sunday morning tuning into thinking sundays so good so we get people into we got in this law demand should be talked about homers and you have one hundred forty thousand people and they and this twelve hundred people commenting and should be on i go back to all of them and they were quite detailed questions so there people can go and feel they're really hard and really take part in the conversation and instagram they can post comments on on a live i do a live most mornings on stories and then they can put in stuff and i'll try gates rupe itself is it goes through so quickly and see all the questions i might not so twenty questions whereas facebook it's it's more you've got time and people say it's teatime in this amp going to also wind australian found so it's like sunday night for them so they get glass of wine and they and they sit down.

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"woodall" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"I have all my makeup in that i would normally have used before and then i have my stack which is these little parts and they each feel i'd forgotten how difficult it is doing makeup so juggling on the powder's spilt on my trousers my hotel brushes and i did it also without a mirror i did this whole makeup without and and trying to do this without a mirror i couldn't because it powder when it goes on it stays in place and you can't lend it an all things are very bland ables so you're so right because even just looking at that makeup bag and uncle is that the same in my back it's quite stressful it in just getting all the bits out in the brushes and then falling on the floor and the taxi exactly and then the amount of people i see on the chew by next only going to do i'm not haunting state choose from you can do the same on the everywhere on every single location that i would do it but i sort of haven't remembered the complication because i've been doing this now for two years and then i am not took me seven and a half minutes and then i got out and i said okay exactly the same protocol my bff which is this product that tons of your skin and makes your skin just glow and then like my foundation but i would just i say no i'm getting out of the pepsi the put calls an eye color which is the same as my bobby brown on this is one nilly you're wearing and it's like remembering the shape of your face and years ago this makeup artist said to me trini if you can feel your face you can do your makeup without a mirror and feel underneath your brow and to stop building up your color genetics just putting stuff on having the freedom to know that it's okay and i can do it and then i'm going to put on this would be a cheek and lip on new live right now this is freddie so i'm just going to put some on my cheeks and then just put it in but that took me two minutes.

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"woodall" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"What are the three most important pieces of advice you have for me what would you tell them i would tell them first and foremost to understand their relationship with the macronutrients right so so fat number two i would talk about meditation and and mental health and self care because that's so undervalued and i think we have to have that if it's if it's the community that loves us the people that support us that is such a critical part of performing at a very best the third thing i would say is move around twitch you know let your legs go up and down when you're sitting here you know wherever you're sitting yeah this twitching that you're doing you're you're you're burning your building brown fat just by doing that so like engage in in twitching engage in when you exercise you know scratching your body to get to get activation moving in your in yourself a lot yet move a lot and in lots of different ways beautiful great pieces of advice nemi where can people find glow fifteen i'm guessing rubik's or sold yet ugly fifteen is found everywhere that books are sold amazon barnes and noble it's going to be found at gnc it's all over the place and is there your l people can go to read about your stuff shy you can go to glow fifteen there's facebook naomi woodall all over the place and just so grateful and blessed to have this time with you likewise and and other were fishing show i just have to tell a room listening neum you like one of those ceo's who's just super kind and helpful to everyone in the industry and supplements can be really a cutthroat kind of place and you know there's been a couple times where she's just reach out to like how can i help and like i have the right resource for you and so there are a huge number of people out there when you when you look for them who are looking at how do we make the world better and how do we help everyone do it even if they're doing something similar enemies totally one of those people so she's good people reader book thank you so much collaboration is the new competition and that's how we move forward it is the exam.

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"woodall" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on Geek News Central

"A can be hacked and someone kid assume your there a deputy and the country's blocked most of its residents from accessing all its online services for the weekend so we can go in and fix the woman ability all cards issued from october two thousand fourteen to october two thousand seventeen we pros in until their owners apply for updated certificates with the fix and they'll be able to do that online so sounds like a mess there two siblings were manage it trick the face id into on locking their iphone 10 and basically apple says there are some reason this happened they're not identical twins that these two days um our little bit different an agent apparently the face id has the ability to recognize your face as you age as long as you enter a password saying it is you and that's what they did so they were able to trick the phoned on lock but were prompted to guetta a password so there's a pretty cool youtube video on it and loved to cease where people experiment with this the free windows ten up raid offer will end on december 31st so you know in woodall's ten was first senators microsoft announced that the outbreaks this would be free and does so anyway that free upgrade uh were it's going to end it will love die in december 31st so what's coming next windows eleven this act and be free have i heard too much about updates were windows have way.

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"woodall" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"What political incentives when he could exist for the gop to completely divorced trump um i will look eric i'm not a politician i don't aspire to be one and not a political consultant but i am a citizen of the country and i did make some comments on twitter about you know something you've never seen before which is a sitting member of the senate and not only any city member but the chairman of the foreign relations committee of the same party is the president of the united states saying in an interview that both the new york times taped and that he tape notwithstanding woodall trump is tweeted about that later the president of the united states is leading us on a path potentially to world war three just or clear this is the head of the senate foreign relations committee of the same party as the president of the united states invoking the prospect of world war three that could be caused by the president of the united states himself we've never seen anything like that somebody from the new york times tweeted about that interview if this was perhaps you know the most strong criticism of a president by republican i said we don't perhaps he literally said world war three you know we don't always have to hedge people should be worried people should be very worried and usually i keep my voice low but sometimes you voice needs to go up a notch now again as a lay person and private citizen the question about whether or not other republicans will come forward is an interesting one one of the reason people don't like politicians hurry much.

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"woodall" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"We have actually loved that movie a guy a guy any way um we had taken iris to her speech there be and she had she aced her little speech nervy destined for a baby who was born with hearing loss that was like pretty miraculously occasion and so mike an eye has been we were just glowing and i remember as changing our diaper and i got in la phone number come up on my phone and i pressed ignore because i was dealing with that i've ever at and then we went we went to the movie in the afternoon and i remember getting a l nli some number on my phone i re i texted harrison i said i got a strange number are you okay and uh it rang again and i swear to god i just new i was like oh my god this is happening oh my god and if it up found and i was just like hello and the woman said as the stephanie woodall's i said yes she said sears woodall's your brother i was like oh my god i was like wait wait wait and i just remember i grabbed gyrus and i open the door to the bathroom and i screamed for mike to come in is is before she told me even i just new and um he came in and grabbed her she was screaming and she told me and i i still to this day can't remember.

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"woodall" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on The Read

"Are poor and do not have a lot of other options college wasn't necessarily something that was gonna work out for them and the military is a way to have a job but takecareofyourself its own a way of being able to support yourself mixtures and regardless and so when you cut off people who already have a hard time finding employment in our society anyway when you say all will now the american government won't take you either it's just a bigger is another slap in the face on top of people who are already struggling the vast overwhelming majority richie woodall send their kids rush to the fucking military them the majority the overwhelming majority need that money need the security of that job as ought to be like all well sorry but 2500 i've you can no longer work because the president decided he has a problem which are gender identity is just is such bullshit and really could boils down to is barack obama did this so i'm gonna take a bag that's really what it is everything that obama did whether it was good or bad as far as the republicans are concerned we just need to undo it just get rid of all the niggers things just go back in their magic erase all love it and if we have to shed on payroll who are wings on these wednesday after like the white house is just so dark and gloomy now is probably like an evil spirit larkin around in that uh but just grimsby i hope trans people know that.

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"woodall" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"woodall" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"So that's why having feedback on the positive and negative is so important so you can see on top of things you can affirm people when they're doing well and you can correct things when things aren't working as well as he'd like so is willing to get good reviews is when he get great reviews but then how do you actually use those reviews to get more referrals there's very loose terminology that can be interpreted different ways as it relates to referral and most people think of referral as a referral from a friend or referral from a colleague and that sort of thing you know one on one more serendipitous in nature and girlishly base based on people we know however now that we're in the digital age the referral idea can extend to these online review sites for example i have a client who gets to to ford deals a month at three gsa pop in the mortgage business from google every month because he's got woodall's noodles of rave reviews on his google my business account people do online search and they see him come up in the three pack on the map right with that map with the with the flags he's right in there and the three pack the top three listings and he's got down waymo reviews than any of his competitors so he gets clients calling him up saying hey we did our research you got awesome reputation great reviews we've decided to hire you what's next their precooked pretender as presold predisposed to buy hot for what he's got there a slam dunk he gets four of those closed at least typically every month case so that is a google referral as far as i'm concerned but we don't want to stop there.

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