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Debate da Super Manhã
Novos rumos do turismo em Pernambuco

Debate da Super Manhã

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 49:12


Debate da Super Manhã: A chegada de visitantes representa uma contribuição valiosa para a economia de um lugar. Mas não bastam belezas naturais e atrativos culturais para despertar o interesse dos turistas. É preciso que haja uma ampla estrutura, que ofereça conforto, praticidade e segurança, para que um determinado destino seja escolhido por quem quer viajar. No debate desta quinta-feira (19), o comunicador Wagner Gomes conversa com convidados sobre os novos rumos do turismo em Pernambuco. Participam, o Secretário de Turismo e Lazer de Pernambuco, Daniel Coelho, a Vice-Presidente de Relacionamento Institucional da Associação Brasileira dos Agentes de Viagens - Abav, Fátima Bezerra e o Vice-Presidente da Associação Brasileira da Indústria de Hotéis em Pernambuco - ABIH-PE, Eduardo Cavalcanti.

Moose Tracks
Patrick McCaffery And Mental Health

Moose Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 7:53


Patrick McCaffery And Mental Health by LAZER 103.3

Podcast Saúde - Agência Radioweb
Férias escolares: conheça dicas para afastar crianças das telas

Podcast Saúde - Agência Radioweb

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 2:41


Rotina e recreação, essas são as palavras para as férias escolares. Criar uma rotina com recreação para tirar os pequenos de frente das telas, dos celulares, dos tablets e da televisão. Segundo a assessora de Educação Física do Sistema Positivo de Ensino, Juliana Landolfi Maia, é necessário estimular atividades físicas, principalmente ao ar livre, para que crianças e adolescentes se mantenham saudáveis mesmo no período de recesso escolar.

Jim's Prophecy - Emissions
EEDIO, ITHER LAZER - Radio Mars Show #21

Jim's Prophecy - Emissions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 59:57


SoundSky - Relaxing White Soothing Sounds (RWS)
[8 HOURS] Lazer Focus White Noise with Reiki Bells & Water Sounds for Sleep, Peace, Focus, Meditation | SoundSky RWS

SoundSky - Relaxing White Soothing Sounds (RWS)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 549:54


Once upon a time, there was a girl named Emily who struggled with sleep. She had always had trouble falling asleep and staying asleep, no matter how tired she was. She had tried everything from counting sheep to drinking warm milk, but nothing seemed to work. One night, as she was lying in bed, wide awake and feeling frustrated, she remembered something her neighbor had told her about using white noise and relaxation techniques to help with sleep. She decided to give it a try and searched online for some white noise tracks to listen to. She came across a track called "White Noise with Reiki Bells & Water Sounds for Sleep, Peace, and Focus." It was a mix of calming white noise and soothing water sounds, with the added benefit of the peaceful vibrations of reiki bells. Emily put on her headphones, closed her eyes, and listened to the track. As she lay there, she felt her body and mind begin to relax. The white noise and water sounds were like a comforting blanket, wrapping her up and helping her to let go of the stress and worries of the day. The gentle ringing of the reiki bells added an extra layer of tranquility, helping her to drift off into a deep and peaceful sleep. When she woke up the next morning, Emily felt rested and refreshed, like she had slept for hours and hours. She was amazed by how well the white noise and relaxation techniques had worked for her and decided to make them a regular part of her bedtime routine. From then on, Emily was able to fall asleep easily and stay asleep throughout the night, thanks to the soothing sounds of white noise and the calming vibrations of the reiki bells. She felt grateful to have discovered this simple but powerful tool for achieving peaceful, restful sleep. Listen to this 8 hours of White Noise with Reiki Bells & Water Sounds for Sleep, Peace, Lazer Focus, and Meditation. Singing Bowls meditation music for Relaxation, Study, Sleep, insomnia & Meditation. Good for waiting rooms, offices, restaurants, and therapeutic centers. This audio can help you for stress relief and insomnia. Tibetan Bowls are also good for study and staying concentrated. I hope you enjoy this! If you do leave a like and/or comment and let us know how you use our video. Do you wish for more balance in your everyday life? Singing bowls have a variety of tones and deep vibrations that gently lead you into a pleasant relaxation. DISCLAIMER: These sounds are for educational purposes only. Please consult with your doctor for serious health issues. Tags: Soundsky podcast, RWS podcast, Relaxing White Soothing Sounds, RWS, sound sky, relaxing music, soothing music, sleeping sounds, study sounds, nature sounds, deep sleep sounds, Soothing music, sleep music, study music, meditation music, relaxing music,, relaxing white noise, yellow brick sounds, yellow brick cinema, Tmsoft's White Noise Sleep Sounds, the relaxed guys, Singing Bowl (Musical Instrument),Tibetan Healing Sounds,Tibetan bowls,Tibetan bowls sounds Relaxation sounds,nature sounds,relax,calm,soothing,Calm sounds for yoga,meditation,reiki,massage,reading,sleeping,sleep,yoga,stress,relaxing music,stress relief,shiatsu,yoga nidra,how to deal with stress,cuencos tibetanos,cuencos tibetanos suena Sonidos de relajaci,sonidos de la naturaleza,relajarse,calma,meditaci,relax night and day --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/soundsky-soothing-rws/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soundsky-soothing-rws/support

Rádio Ponto UFSC
Tematiquinho 22.2 - Ilha do Lazer

Rádio Ponto UFSC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 6:41


Nacionalmente conhecida por sua beleza e encanto natural, Florianópolis também oferece lazer de forma acessível. O programa "Ilha do Lazer" te leva para conhecer algumas dessas atividades. Este episódio foi produzido em memória de Sarah Araújo, como trabalho final da disciplina Áudio e Radiojornalismo do Segundo Semestre de 2022. Roteiro por: Luiza Vianna e Sarah Araujo Locução por: Brenda Gasparetto e Luiza Vianna Edição por: Luiza Vianna Voz da vinheta: Luiza Vianna Coordenadoria técnica: Peter Lobo e Roque Bezerra Monitoria: Danielly Alves Estágiaria Docente: Raphaela Ferro (PPGJOR/UFSC) Orientação Geral: Profa. Valci Zuculoto

Fica a Dica
Fica a Dica - Cidade de Natal 2022 está aberta até o dia 23/12

Fica a Dica

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 1:19


Se você ama o clima de Natal e as decorações da data, não pode deixar de visitar a Cidade de Natal. Localizada no Espaço 356, no Olhos D`Água, ela fica disponível até o próximo dia 23/12, sexta-feira. Para participar, basta adquirir seu ingresso pelo Sympla. Mais informações no Fica a Dica de hoje.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fica a Dica
Fica a Dica Podcast - Confira destinos agradáveis para o seu janeiro em Minas Gerais

Fica a Dica

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 3:21


Janeiro vem aí, e com ele o desejo de aproveitar as férias e descansar. Por isso, no Fica a Dica Podcast de hoje, Isabela Lapa traz algumas dicas de locais para você aproveitar. Confira!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fica a Dica
Fica a Dica - Casa da Fazendinha é aberta com exposição especial em BH

Fica a Dica

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 1:15


No Fica a Dica de hoje, Isabela Lapa fala sobre a Casa da Fazendinha, localizada na Barragem Santa Lúcia, que está aberta ao público após um processo de 3 anos de restauração. Para marcar a reinauguração, uma exposição especial foi organizada, e a visita pode acontecer até hoje, dia 20/12. Para saber mais, confira o episódio.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fica a Dica
Fica a Dica - A forma não cumpre a função é a nova exposição do CCBB BH

Fica a Dica

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 1:35


No Fica a Dica de hoje, Isabela Lapa fala sobre mais uma exposição no CCBB BH. A novidade da vez é a instalação batizada de "A forma não cumpre a função", de autoria de Francisco Nuk. Confira!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Talk Show - Rádio Costazul 93.1 FM
O programa Talk Show de hoje recebe o Secretário de Esporte e Lazer, Vitor Simões para fazer uma retrospectiva deste ano de 2022 e realizar uma projeção do calendário para 2023.

Talk Show - Rádio Costazul 93.1 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 35:56


O programa Talk Show de hoje recebe o Secretário de Esporte e Lazer, Vitor Simões para fazer uma retrospectiva deste ano de 2022 e realizar uma projeção do calendário para 2023.

Fica a Dica
Fica a Dica - Bolinho chega ao Mercado Novo, com loja especial para o Natal

Fica a Dica

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 1:25


O famoso personagem Bolinho agora está no Mercado Novo. Em uma mostra especial de Natal, você poderá conferir todo o cenário entre os dias 20 a 23 de dezembro, além de apreciar uma loja natalina com diversos presentes com cara de bolinho. Para saber mais, confira o Fica a Dica de hoje.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Prefeitura de Araraquara
Canal Direto Especial Fim de Ano - Entrevista com a secretária de Esportes e Lazer, Milena Pavaneli e a presidente da FUNDESPORT, Roseli Gustavo

Prefeitura de Araraquara

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 19:47


Fica a Dica
Fica a Dica - Casa Fartura conta com programação diversa para apaixonados por gastronomia

Fica a Dica

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 1:22


Você conhece a Casa Fartura? Localizada no Lourdes, a ideia do local é proporcionar um encontro entre gastronomia e informação sobre o universo da alimentação. No Fica a Dica de hoje, Isabela Lapa fala mais sobre o ambiente e ainda traz novidades incríveis. Confira!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Igreja Congregacional Dinamérica
O que a Bíblia diz sobre o lazer? | Pr. Valter Vandilson

Igreja Congregacional Dinamérica

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 37:24


Ministrada pelo Pr. Valter Vandilson no dia 31.07.2022. Primeira mensagem da série "O que a Bíblia diz?".

Moose Tracks
Tell Us Something We Dont Know

Moose Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 20:28


Tell Us Something We Dont Know by LAZER 103.3

Moose Tracks
SPIDERS!!!

Moose Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 4:58


SPIDERS!!! by LAZER 103.3

Moose Tracks
Cade McNamara On IOWA And RIP Mike Leach

Moose Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 7:41


Cade McNamara On IOWA And RIP Mike Leach by LAZER 103.3

Rádio Gaúcha
Gaúcha Hoje - Gaúcha Serra - Caso - Racismo em Nova Prata - RS- 07/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 7:49


Entrevista: Lisiane Lisboa Vieira - Servidora pública e Veridiana Valar Ciotta - Secretária Turismo, Cultura, Esporte e Lazer de Nova Prata-RS

Aqui tem ciência
132. Como profissionais de clubes recreativos percebem o lazer?

Aqui tem ciência

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 8:14


Uma pesquisa realizada na Escola de Educação Física, Fisioterapia e Terapia Ocupacional da UFMG buscou conhecer e analisar o perfil profissional dos gestores do lazer atuantes nos clubes de Belo Horizonte e mostrar a importância desses estabelecimentos em prol das atividades esportivas e culturais da capital.

Jim's Prophecy - Emissions
ITHER LAZER - Radio Mars Show #20

Jim's Prophecy - Emissions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 59:56


SENTA DIREITO GAROTA!
#70 • DIREITO AO LAZER DA POPULAÇÃO NEGRA | Com Ana Carolina Mattoso

SENTA DIREITO GAROTA!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 51:22


Nesse episódio Juliana Amador e Verônica Linder conversam com Ana Carolina Mattoso, advogada, professora do Departamento de Direito da PUC-Rio e do Instituto Infnet, doutora em Teoria do Estado e Direito Constitucional pela PUC-Rio, pesquisadora em direito e relações raciais e autora de tese de doutorado com o tema “ direito ao lazer da população negra”.

Too Lazy to Read the Paper
David Lazer - The Extremely Early Mover

Too Lazy to Read the Paper

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 84:17


I am super excited to have David Lazer (1,2) on the pod today.  David Lazer needs no introduction. But here at lazypod we're polite, so he get's one anyway. David Lazer is a University Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Computer Sciences, Northeastern University, and Co-Director, NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks. Prior to coming to Northeastern University, he was on the faculty at the Harvard Kennedy School (1998-2009). In 2019, he was elected a fellow to the National Academy of Public Administration. His research has been published in such journals as Science, Nature, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, the American Political Science Review, Organization Science, and the Administrative Science Quarterly, and has received extensive coverage in the media, including the New York Times, NPR, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and CBS Evening News.He is among the leading scholars in the world on misinformation and computational social science and has served in multiple leadership and editorial positions, including as a board member for the International Network of Social Network Analysts (INSNA), reviewing editor for Science, associate editor of Social Networks and Network Science, numerous other editorial boards and program committees.As always we talk about David path through science, with a particular emphasis on Computational Social Science (3) - a field that he has been absolutely instrumental in establishing. But we also cover many other topics in this wide-ranging converstation which ends up covering his paper “Product diffusion through on-demand information-seeking behaviour” (4) which is one of his favorite papers and least cited, and which has a super-interesting backstory.References(1) https://lazerlab.net(2) https://cssh.northeastern.edu/faculty/david-lazer/(3) https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.1167742(4) https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full/10.1098/rsif.2017.0751

Fica a Dica
Fica a Dica - Cachoeira do Campo recebe, nesse final de semana, a Festa da Jabuticaba

Fica a Dica

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 1:22


No Fica a Dica de hoje, Isabela Lapa traz uma novidade: neste final de semana, a cidade de Cachoeira do Campo vai receber a Festa da Jabuticaba. O evento vai reunir uma programação variada para agitar o público. Saiba mais no episódio.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Moose Tracks
LAZER's Thanks For Giving 2022

Moose Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 5:42


(11/18/22) - All month long, we've been accepting your nominations at our website, looking for someone you think is deserving of a complete Thanksgiving meal this holiday season. Audio of Andy's phone call to our winner.

The William Montgomery Show
Uncle LaZer | The William Montgomery Show #52

The William Montgomery Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 55:54


Listen to new episodes of The William Montgomery Show every Wednesday at 8:30 PM Central wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-william-montgomery-show/id1596006008Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/6SJj2pPh4QJaP2u7U1UumP Visit http://www.manscaped.com and use code WMS for 20% off your first order of grooming tools.Follow William onInstagram: @william.f.montgomery1https://williamfmontgomery.comMerch:https://william-montgomery-town.creator-spring.comFor More William Montgomery, check out ‘Kill Tony' live every Monday at Vulcan Gas Company in Austin TX and on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/c/KillTonyFind more Casey Rocket on Instagram @caseyrocket and at https://www.patreon.com/caseyrocketFind more Uncle LaZer on Instagram and TikTok @uncle_lazer Original cover art illustration by Ryan J. Ebelt:https://ryanjebelt.comRecorded in Austin Texas at Permanent RCRD Studios.Send William an email at: TheWilliamMontgomeryShow@gmail.comLeave William a voicemail at: (737) 471-1098Send your letters & packages to:P.O. Box 40316 Austin, TX 78704The William Montgomery Show is produced by William Montgomery & Brett EricksonA FannieCo production William F Montgomery is an American stand-up comedian.  A native of Memphis Tennessee, William now resides in Austin Texas. Under the tutelage of a top young rising comedian, Tony Hinchcliffe, & Brian ‘The Podfather' Redban, William has become a fan favorite & the longest serving Kill Tony Regular. William has performed in front of comedy icons such as Joe Rogan, Whitney Cummings, Russell Peters, Tiffany Haddish, Doug Stanhope, Tim Dillon, Doug Benson, Donnell Rawlings, Jeff Ross, Dane Cook, Tom Segura, Bert Kreischer, Ron White, Ari Shaffir, Big Jay Oakerson, Luis J Gomez, Dan Soder, Jim Gaffigan, Andrew Santino, Dom Irrera, Steve Simone, Brian Holtzman, Sal Vulcano, Ian Edwards, Greg Fitzsimmons, Shane Gillis, Kyle Dunnigan, Ms. Pat, Josh Potter, Mark Normand, Ryan Sickler, Eddie Pepitone, Josh Wolf, Moshe Kasher, Bonnie McFarlane, Steve Lee, Adam Ray, Andrew Shultz, Pauly Shore, Bob Saget, Michael Rapaport & Don Barris. Montgomery has garnered many monikers over the years: The Big Red Machine, The Vanilla Gorilla, The Memphis Madman, The Tennessee Tickler, The Strawberry Twist & The Raisin-Bread Kid.William regularly opens for Joe Rogan in the Austin Area. Along with David Lucas, William has previously hosted ‘Brothers in Cursive' & ‘Are We Really Brothers'. William has appeared on podcast such as ‘Jeremiah Wonders with Jeremiah Watkins', ‘Unlicensed Therapy with Ari Mannis', ‘Dead Air with Brian Holtzman', ‘Shenk with Sara Weinshenk' & ‘The Fat Pessimist with David Lucas'.

O Tarz Mı?
S08E02 - Öz Sevgi

O Tarz Mı?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 38:35


Lazer, İmpulsif Sevgili, Zaman Diktatörü ve dahası... #spritehararetlisorular

Rádio Gaúcha
Polícia Civil investiga suposto desvio de R$ 8,5 milhões da Secretaria Estadual do Esporte e Lazer

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 14:12


titular da 1ª Delegacia de Polícia de Combate à Corrupção do Departamento Estadual de Investigações Criminais - delegado Max Ritter

Momento Cidade - USP
Momento Cidade #75: Como a cultura de São Paulo também inclui seus cemitérios?

Momento Cidade - USP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 0:26


Nesta edição, o entrevistado é Luiz Vicente Jácomo, autor da tese de doutorado “O lugar dos mortos e a presença dos vivos: cultura profana e entretenimento em cemitérios paulistanos”, defendida na Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas da USP

Rádio Gaúcha
Entrevista CH1 - Gaúcha ZS - 24/10/2022 - Luis H. Abreu Drevnovicz, Sec. Esp. Cult. E Lazer De RG

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 8:36


Entrevista CH1 - Gaúcha ZS - 24/10/2022 - Luis H. Abreu Drevnovicz, Sec. Esp. Cult. E Lazer De RG by Rádio Gaúcha

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford
Co-Founder Of Lazer Technologies Zain Manji

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 12:00


The 'hackathon' that showed ArriveCan shouldn't have cost $54-million with Zain Manji, co-founder of Lazer Technologies

The Thoughtless Experiment
#40 - Oklahoma Slumlord (feat. Uncle Lazer) | The Thoughtless Experiment

The Thoughtless Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 103:02


Tony and Sean sit down with Sean's biological father and comedian Uncle Lazer. We cover the red-hot Oklahoma City real estate market and Sean's plan to become a slumlord, Uncle Lazer pitches a new take on a popular TV show format (ghosts), mourn the tragedy of an unjust firing. Also serial killers of course. And we're back to video. ENJOY! Help the show grow! Review us on Spotify/Apple and subscribe on YouTube.

Pathmonk Presents Podcast
A Growth Marketing Perspective From The Head of Content & Communications | Interview with Joe Lazer from A.Team

Pathmonk Presents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 21:49


Teams really matter. Any invention, innovation, or design has an A-Team behind it. Through the power of great teams, A.Team is helping growing companies accelerate product development, as the first members-only network of the world's top engineers, product managers, designers, and marketing talent. Setting the stage for a new concept and way of thinking can be challenging for any marketing team. The Head of Content and Communications, Joe Lazer gives us his perspective on growth marketing. With his content-creation hat on, Joe dives into key growth marketing strategies through impactful content and multi-layered acquisition channels that reach varying use cases and personas.

Debate da Super Manhã
Turismo no Brasil e no mundo

Debate da Super Manhã

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 43:41


Debate da Super Manhã: Diversas entidades relacionadas ao turismo no Brasil observam a melhora gradativa nas vendas de passagens e hospedagens nas várias regiões do país. Dados da Embratur também mostram um bom panorama no turismo internacional, com a chegada de mais de 530 mil visitantes estrangeiros só no primeiro bimestre de 2022. No debate desta sexta-feira, o comunicador Wagner Gomes conversa com convidados sobre o atual cenário de movimentação turística. Participam, a Vice-Presidente de Relacionamento Institucional da Associação Brasileira dos Agentes de Viagens - Abav, Fátima Bezerra, a Secretária de Turismo e Lazer de Pernambuco, Milu Megale, e o Gerente de Comunicação do Festival de Turismo de Gramado, Cibele Marcon.

Rádio Gaúcha
Entrevista CH1 - Gaúcha ZS - 21/09/2022 - Luís H. A. Drenvovicz Sec. De Cult, Esp. E Lazer Do RG

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 9:28


Entrevista CH1 - Gaúcha ZS - 21/09/2022 - Luís H. A. Drenvovicz Sec. De Cult, Esp. E Lazer Do RG by Rádio Gaúcha

Judaism's Top Talks
Pull Weeds and Plant Seeds: A Pre-Rosh Hashanah Gardening Lesson - Rabbi Lazer Gurkow

Judaism's Top Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 33:19


As you prepare for the New Year, take stock of the past one and plan for the future.

Rebel News +
ANDREW CHAPADOS | Censored in Texas: Uncle Lazer & Five Times August | Andrew Says 91

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 36:19


Singer and songwriter Five Times August (Brad Skistimas) joins Andrew Says for the first time, heralded as one of the most talented musicians to directly call out authorities and politicians in anti-lockdown and anti-mandate songs. Joining them, an 'oil patch comedian' hell-bent on shocking audiences with a combination of sleeveless shirts, snake-skin boots, a mullet and an unstoppable gift of gab, a stand-up comic named 'Uncle Lazer'. Uncle Lazer explains the hypocrisy behind why he believes his TikTok post was removed, remarking “women can shake their butts all day selling CBD oils but I can't hit a golf ball out of my friend's *** *****!” Skistimas sheds light on his own YouTube censorship in regards to a song critical of Dr. Anthony Fauci. The group discuss the New Orleans Mayor upgrading her flights at taxpayers' expense, the U.S./Mexico border remarks by Press Secretary Karin Jean-Pierre, as well as Uncle Lazer's experience working in southern oil fields: “When a Republican is in office the prices go down, when a Democrat is in office the oil prices go up, which is actually better for my industry but it's funny how that works.” Stay tuned to RebelNews+ for a bonus segment that you will not see on social media.

Rádio Gaúcha
Gaúcha Hoje - Gaúcha Serra - Gabriel Citton - SMEL-Cxs - RS - 06/09/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 8:08


ENTREVISTA: Secretário Municipal do Esporte e Lazer, de Caxias do Sul -RS - Gabriel Citton. Assunto: Desfile de Sete de Setembro.

Dimes in the Dozen
The Bird & The Bear - Session 17

Dimes in the Dozen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 70:28


Jordan Jeeberson joins the dimes. He's frail. Lazer has a bit of an argument refactor to address. Rays Nasa fit. Rays experience at Bass Canyon and the subsequent revelations. Also Rays unfortunate Bass Canyon day 2 event. Boo?

Planet NOLA
Rusty Lazer - DJ, Culture Connector, & Artist

Planet NOLA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 64:26


Rusty Lazer AKA Jay Pennington AKA the man of many names and lives has been in New Orleans since the 90s. If you've lived in New Orleans for any amount of time, chances are you've been at a party Rusty Lazer has DJed, experienced The Music Box Village, or enjoyed a live Big Freedia set when they used to work together. Pennington has played a part in so many things that make New Orleans what it is. This episode covers so much ground, from non-profit work to how easy it is to still get in your head even after years of practice. Enjoy two folks getting to know each other and the city from their eyes a bit more.

Hummy's VR Comedy
The Lazer Ramones

Hummy's VR Comedy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 67:21


The guys are back and are more full of ideas than usual. Urns, music, new YouTube channels? Yep, they have ideas for all of those. Can this energy be harnessed? Science to you all.

Just Another Football Show
Just Another Football Show 400

Just Another Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 70:31


Somehow its episode 400?! No time for celebration however. We kick off the NFC North tonight talking to Wickett from Lazer 1033 and The Wickett ON Wisconsin Podcast to talk about everything Green Bay Packers. After that its time to give friend of the show Trevor a call and talk about the Vikings. 

Andy's Hall Pass
#AndysPick6 - Memories of LAZER's first 26 years

Andy's Hall Pass

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 5:13


(08/01/22) - As LAZER celebrates its 26th anniversary, a look back at some major events of its first 26 years.

Andy's Hall Pass
#AndysPick6 - Reasons I Still Love This Job

Andy's Hall Pass

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 4:19


(07/27/22) - On my 22nd anniversary of becoming a member of the LAZER airstaff, a ranking of things I still love about the job

The Rise Guys
NINE'S LAZER SNEEZE: HOUR THREE: 07/22/22

The Rise Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 36:32


THE FOF HOTLINE IS OPEN 24/7, CALL TODAY, 864-241-4318

Monsters In The Morning
BORG PUT THE LAZER GUN DOWN YA GOT CHANGE FOR THIS 100$

Monsters In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 41:06


WEDNESDAY HR 4 If you are gonna carry cash with you make it a big bill. Bands that should be sent to space to meet the aliens. To The Top with Carlos - vintage t-shirts.

BC&B
lazer swords

BC&B

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 28:29


All about lightsabers! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightsaber https://starwars.fandom.com/wiki/Lightsaber?so=search https://youtu.be/ey_EjSzKFWQ https://youtu.be/xC6J4T_hUKg --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/digresscast/message

On the Brink with Andi Simon
316: Rose Fass—The Most Important Conversation Is The One You Have With Yourself

On the Brink with Andi Simon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 46:04


Hear how to really think about the conversations you're having What if you could see the world through a fresh lens? In today's podcast, I interview Rose Fass, an author, a business executive, and an inspiration to me and to you. Rose has written one book and is on her way with her next one. Her first book, The Chocolate Conversation, focuses on how our conversations become who we are, what we hear, and how we build relationships. Great conversations help us craft clear messages, build a shared worldview, uncover concerns and uncertainties, and help you and others move forward together. As you listen to Rose and her own personal journey, you are going to rethink your own conversations, paying attention to both what you say and what others reflect on your thoughts. Listen in because there is so much to learn! Watch and listen to our conversation here Learning the lesson of resilience from a dandelion Rose tells the story of being a nine-year-old girl, walking home from school with her friends, a bit frustrated like adolescents often are. Her father was a WWII marine and a poet. That day, she saw him picking dandelions out of the lawn. Seeing her, he turned around and smiled and showed her one of the flowers, asking, “Rose, what do you see?” Not knowing what answer he was looking for, she responded, “I don't know Dad. I see a dandelion.” He said, “Yes, but I want you to look deeper and wider. Look beyond the obvious.” Rose asked him: “What do you see?” He paused, looked at her, and said, “I see the end of a long winter. I see the dawning of a new season. I see lovers walking hand in hand exchanging silent expressions of their love. I see children picking these out of the lawns and handing them to their moms.” He went on: “Rose, we, like many homeowners, will use things to take these dandelions out of our lawns, like other weeds. And in their place will come beautiful flowers like irises and tulips and even roses. But the beauty of the dandelion is not in its first expression of spring. It's in the root, because it's resilient. And all of us know that no matter how much we try to get rid of them, they come back double fold.” The message for each one of us is that resilience. As you listen to Rose talk about the work she does with and for her business clients, you will be inspired to respect and expand your own resilience. These are fast-changing times, and resilience, personally and in business, is more essential than ever. Powerful advice for women, those in the C-suite or any leadership role As Rose tells us: How often we think we're having the same conversation — about dark chocolate, for instance — only to be referring to three different things: milk, white or bittersweet varieties. She shows us how to first establish common ground that leads to an effective discourse for addressing relevance, growth and scaling — the three most important issues she sees in business today. Judith Glaser, the great organizational anthropologist and change agent, once told me that all our lives are just conversations — good ones and not so good ones. Rose has amazing insights on this too, and all women in business should pay close attention to her ideas. Searching for your passion and purpose? Start here: Blog: For Women In Business, Now Is The Time To Achieve Your Dreams Podcast: Lisa McLeod—If You Want To Succeed, You Must Find Your Noble Purpose Podcast: Tony Martignetti—Are You Ready To Live A Life Of Inspired Purpose? Additional resources for you My award-winning second book: Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business My award-winning first book: On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights Simon Associates Management Consultants    Read the transcript of our podcast here Andi Simon: Welcome to On the Brink With Andi Simon. Hi, I'm Andi Simon. As you know, I'm a corporate anthropologist, and my job is to help you see, feel and think in new ways. And for our podcast, I go looking for people who can help you do that as well. Our job is to get you off the brink. But unless you can see things through a fresh lens, begin to understand them in a new way, you get stuck, or stalled, or you know what you know, and your brain doesn't really want to change anyhow, thank you very much, please go away. I'm happy where I am. But today, the times are changing. We are in a world that is full of turmoil, everywhere, of all kinds. From COVID, to the Ukraine, to what's going on in corporations, everybody is having a challenging time talking to each other. And so I brought you today a wonderful woman who's going to help you think about the conversations that we're having, and how to turn them into really growth experiences. The whole world is a conversation. We're having a global conversation right now. So today, we have Rose Fass here. Rose and I met fortunately, serendipitously at the Westchester Business Council, where she was presenting an absolutely brilliant presentation. And she's going to share some of those insights with you. It was really so touching. I said, Wow, can I share her with our audience as well? Now, the Westchester Business Council is a marvelous organization. You have no idea how many people I've met there, it's a really cool place. But each time I meet somebody and want to share them, they add some dimension to our day today. Let me tell you a little bit about Rose and then she'll tell you about her own journey. Rose knows, as she says, how to use her unique gift to take a mess and quickly put it in place with effective steps to teach desired outcomes. Interesting, isn't it. So she loves to change as I do, and like me, is a culture change expert. She's a natural facilitator who connects with all types of people at all levels of an organization, from the C-suite to the people closest to the work. She has over 45 years of experience in technology and consumer-based industries. During her career, Rose has opened businesses in the United States, has been a general manager with full P&L responsibility and led major corporate transformations. She was a chief transformation officer at Xerox and she's going to tell you a lot about some of her learnings and why at this point she's ready to help others do all kinds of transformation. These times, they are a-changing as Bob Dylan told us in the 60s. Rose, thank you for being with me today. Rose Fass: Thank you, thank you so much. And it's interesting that whenever I hear my bio, I have to smile a little because I go back to being this little kid in a very small neighborhood with a group of young Italian girls like myself just walking around and trying to figure out what it was that we were going to do when we grew up. So the interesting part about all of this is, I run a company right now called fassforward Consulting Group. And it's probably the culmination of everything I ever did at Xerox. Later I went to Gartner with the now CEO of ServiceNow, Bill McDermott, and then met my colleague and partner there, Gavin McMahon, and we started this about 21 years ago. And I still feel like I'm a student of the subject that I talked about. So I want to bring myself into the room as little Rose, so you know who I am. Then we can decide whether any of us are a big piece of stuff, or we all buy into this world with our brilliance and our muddy shoes. So I used to live in East Utica, New York. That's where I was born, on Ruptor Street, and we had a four-room cold water flat that my dad worked very hard on, kind of getting it to where we would have hot water or mom wouldn't have to boil it on top of the stove. Believe it or not, I'm 72 years old and I can actually think back to those days very fondly. But my claim to fame was I lived down the street from Annette Funicello. All of you young women, she was on the Mouseketeers and we were just all a bunch of Italian girls who could dance and sing and we were all cute. And we just could not understand why Annette got discovered by Walt Disney and ended up in Hollywood and we were left in East Utica. So for many, many days, I walked with a group of Italian girls home, complaining, whining, saying bad things and being green with jealousy. I remember this one day, it was unusual because it was early spring, and if you know anything about upstate New York winters, they're horrible. But the weather was nice and I saw my dad picking dandelions out on the front lawn. I went up to him very quietly, because I just wanted to scoot by. My father was a World War II Marine, a published poet and conversant in all the Romance languages, so he was a very interesting guy. I remember walking by and him saying, Rose, and I halted. I turned around, this little nine-year-old looking at him, and he said, What do you see? And he held up the dandelion. And I thought, Oh, God, I don't want to do this. This philosopher, I don't want to do this. And I said, I don't know Dad, I see a dandelion. And he said, Yes, darling, but I want you to look wider. I want you to look deeper. I want you to look beyond just the dandelion. And he looked at me, and I said, I don't know Dad, what do you see? I think at that point, I had learned how to be very good at rhetorical responses, especially when I didn't have an idea of what to say. I was so down in the dumps that I just didn't have the energy to get into it. I usually did, because I think for my dad I was the one that appreciated poetry and philosophy. So he looked at me and he said, Darling, I see the end of a long winter. I see the dawning of a new season. I see lovers walking hand in hand exchanging silence. I see children picking these out of the lawns and handing them to their moms to put them in juice glasses on the sills as a means of saying I love you. And I looked at him. And I said, you see a lot, Dad. And he said, Rose, soon this dandelion, this beautiful expression of spring is going to become a weed, and we like many homeowners are going to go to the nurseries and we're going to get the stuff that will take it out of the lawn because we want to rid ourselves of this one beautiful expression of spring that's now an ugly reminder of cleaning up the yard. And I looked at him. He said, Because soon honey, the beautiful flowers are going to come along, the irises, the tulips, and yes, even the roses. But the beauty of the dandelion is not in its first expression of spring, it's in the root, because it's resilient. And all of us know that no matter how much we hack at them next year, they come back double fold. We named you Rose, but roses are fragile. In your heart, you need to be a dandelion. That is my signature story. I remember that day of standing there on that little patch of lawn and crying in the arms of the Marine and in the arms of the poet. And for whatever reason, letting it all out and feeling like I may be enough. I didn't think I was but maybe I'm enough. And I think we women struggle with that. And so for the rest of my journey, I have reminded myself that we get kicked around, and we get hacked at. And we just have to be resilient. And so today, I think that's probably more true than ever. And it has held me together for many, many years. Andi, so I want you know who I really am, the little rose, the woman who became who she is today, and that I am a combination of all of those beautiful moments when you learn through pain. Andi Simon: Now, by saying that, I guess I visualized that scene with your father was exhilarating, maybe painful. But he was imparting to you wisdom that's really hard to come by otherwise. Who else would you trust to listen to that way? So you may have cried but I have a hunch he had a long term impact on the way you see the world. It's all of the implications and the meaning that it has. Am I right? Rose Fass: The Marine, unlike the philosopher, said, one rule for my two brothers and me was to be up by 0600, ready for company. Every day of my life, I am out of bed by six o'clock and I get dressed no matter where I'm going. My hair is combed. I've showered and am presentable and so are my brothers. And in his mind, it was the "ready for company" meant a lot of things. Were you ready to be gracious? Were you ready to be approachable? Were you ready to be aware, conscious, willing to help? All those things culminated in that one little statement: be up at 0600 and ready for company. And I've kind of never forgotten that. Today, with people working remotely, I noticed they get on the camera, and oftentimes, they'll take the camera off because they're not camera ready or they're even in sweat pants, and they're looking draggy. And when you don't feel good about yourself, it's hard to feel good about life. Yes, and we're living in a time when I think more than ever we have to bring our best selves to whatever we're doing. Because it's going to get harder before it gets easier. I really believe that. Andi Simon: You're making the important point about our best selves. And I want you to talk a little bit about the career that you had because we could stay on your lessons learned in your youth a lot. But the best self is a very interesting concept. We are working with a lot of women as coaches, and they are successful, but not happy. They have a position or are partner in a firm. They've got degrees, are financially successful and they're asking, Isn't there more? We talk a lot about who am I? What's my purpose? What's my best self? So a little bit more about as you got into your career, you began to carve out an area around transformation. Sounds like your father became living in these companies a little bit further.  Rose Fass: By the way, Andi, you talk about youth. I often relate to men in the work that I do. I tell them there's no more important person in a young woman's life than their father. Mom plays a role but Father gives them the sense of validation and approval of who they are as women. And I think that's critical, just as mothers help their sons become more approachable and more yin and yang. So for me, my early career after I got out of Boston University, I started at Saks Fifth Avenue in an executive training program, and I had two mentors. I had Jan Edelstein, God rest her soul. She was very gypsy-ish, wore all these crazy skirts and crazy glasses and lots of bangles. But knew Judith Leiber, Bottega, every possible fashion brand you can think of in accessories. I was her assistant and I was also assistant to the blouse buyer, who was Miss Janet. And I'm not kidding. Little bow, little glasses like a librarian, always in the black pencil skirt, white blouse, buttoned to the teeth. They could not have been more different. Jan told me to have to learn how to be creative and every bit of data and information you need to make good sound decisions. But let that be one data point that I want you to go with your gut when you feel you know how your experience is and how something speaks to you. Then I went up toJudith and she taught me the process. And it was so procedural. I remember taking an inventory where every single blouse had to be counted. And in those days, these departments were massive. And I walked around and I was spinning. And I was trying to take a few little shortcuts. And she said to me, Miss Maysa (my maiden name), and I said, Yes. She said, You are not to take shortcuts. You will one day take shortcuts but that will be after you learn the long way home, and I'm going to teach you a long way home. The unique part about this was that Jan and Judith were really good friends. They could not have been more different. But they understood each other in their own way. And neither of them really took shortcuts. Most of them understood what it meant to take a long way home. Years later, working with young people and trying to get them to understand that there are steps to getting to an outcome that doesn't just happen because you wish it so, I would say to them, you are taking shortcuts. You can't do that either. You learn the long way home. And here's the long way. It's like doing math in classes, you do the long version, and then you can get to the quick answer. So for me, my whole career has been pretty much about working in data areas that required both my gut and my ability to be disciplined. Andi Simon: Very interesting. I grew up in the retail business. I was supposed to take over our family firm. A very big store in Manhattan, a department store in the old family for a model. And I was being trained to take it over. As I'm listening to you, I vividly remember trips to the market with my grandmother and my mother to go buy. I remember saying to my grandmother, How do you know what to buy? She said, "Well, Andrea," (I remember her voice so well) and she said to me, "1/3 will sell full price, 1/3 will sell on sale, and 1/3 will walk out the door. Now if we're good, we'll have enough money coming out of that to pay bills and do it again." And that's my vivid memory. I'm being taught that. I remember putting blouses on the hangers. You were counting the blouses. I was putting them on the hangers with Leo in the basement. Rose Fass: Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. We did it all. I remember Judy Garland coming in to buy a Rosanna sweater. Oh, no, I'm really dating myself here. But Rosanna sweaters were weaved in such a way that it was a staple in every woman's closet. And in those days, believe it or not, women wanted to be a size 12. They wanted to be curvy, and terrific. So she came in emaciated. And she insisted on the size 12 sweater and I thought, You need a size 6. We didn't have 2s and 4s and zeros. Six was the smallest size back then. So ladies, we actually did get to eat. She insisted. And then she called in my department manager and she said, I want to talk to her boss. And I'm like, Oh my God. And the whole thing was, you give her what she wants. She's a size 12 and in her mind she's that size. Well, later, I got a call from upstairs. They said, Wrap all of Ms. Garland's things up and we'll send them over to the hotel. And that was the end of the conversation. And I learned that being technically right wasn't necessarily socially effective. When I later put together the technical, social and political spheres, which are a big part of the book that I've written, called The Chocolate Conversation, and the book I'm writing now, The Leadership Conversation, making bold changes one conversation at a time. We live in this technically right space where we have the facts, we know what we're doing, we're going to say it the way we're going to say it, but sometimes we have to socially adjust to what a person is capable of experiencing in that moment. And getting somebody there by connecting with them, not through facts and through your technical expertise, but through that human connection, and then ultimately positioning it in a way that they feel like they came out of this a winner. Andi Simon: Being an anthropologist, my affection is with understanding women and people. We really intuitively watch what goes on and observe and listen. People can't really tell you what they're doing, to your point. And when you look at data that has no meaning out of context, I still hear my anthro 101 professor saying to me, There is no data that does not explain, does not exist out of context. Their meaning is set into the context. But the other thing that we've learned is that people decide with the heart, the gut, the eyes, and then the data in the brain begins to operate. And that means we have to experience each other. We've got to feel each other. We really don't know what it means. The reason I love my podcast to be video or audio is people see differently. But as you're thinking about it, the first book and the second book you're writing now are all about conversations. They are about your passion. Same thing. Rose Fass: I think for me, Andi, you put it perfectly. One of my dearest friends that I got to know when I first started at Xerox, then went to Palo Alto Research and then later came with her to Gartner and that my early days at fassforward, was an anthropologist, and I just loved Susan because she always said that to me. She said, Rose, there's their side, this side and somewhere in there there's the truth. And then there's the person who's observing the truth. We had a gig with Estée Lauder where they wanted to know what was important to women around mascara. And Susan just sat on trains and watched people put it on. And I was like, Oh my God. And she goes, Well, what's important to you? I said, Well, at night, when I want to give myself a refresh, you have to take it all off because it clumps when you put it all back on again. And later, they came out with a conditioner that you could literally put over a mascara and then put it on and we were part of that pattern. All in the conversations with women about what was important conversations. For me, the first and the most important one is the one you have with yourself. Yes. What's that conversation that's going on in your head? What's your head telling you? What have you done that maybe was right or wrong? So I'm going to take a little moment here. I have a colleague that works for me here, Liz works with me. And I adore her and she happens to live nearby. She put her car in park and realized she had forgotten two presents in the house. She left the dog in the car, her handbag, and just quickly, 30 seconds, ran to the apartment, grabbed this stuff, got back and the handbag was gone. And she beat herself up about that for three straight days in a row. "But I only left for 30 seconds." "But I only did"...is what we do to ourselves. We beat ourselves up over the mistakes that we made. And we don't celebrate the fact that we've learned something. You're parked by a bus stop, someone's riding a bus, so they're not doing as well as maybe you are in the car. They get out. They see an open door, they grab a handbag because it's something to get them by for whatever period of time. And whatever karma was involved in what you owed that individual from some other life, maybe it got taken care of at that moment. And no mistake, let's not worry about it. Let's not get ourselves all worked up. Yes, it's disturbing but at the end of the day, we are going to make mistakes. Our victories will keep us buoyant in life, but our mistakes are what are going to teach us in life. I really believe that. Andi Simon: Oh, I agree. I agree. Yeah, I'd like to add to that, that Liz had a damaged self. One of the things that we often say is, flip it around and begin to express. I think what you're saying is gratitude, what do we do, because it changes the whole, and we manage our minds, the mind does exactly what it thinks you want it to do. When you understand that you can be unhappy, or you can have a lesson learned, I'm grateful she showed me, I will never do that again. Right. I learned that the little time I took was really unnecessary to do it that way. I mean, all the things that turn negative lemons into lemonade, right out of that building that story. It's a little like your dad with his dandelion, and your answer, It's a dandelion, and he said, Push, go further. And so to your point, that self care that we need, and that self awareness comes from taking every experience and turning into something else. Rose Fass: Because nobody's perfect out there. I don't trust perfect people. I learned that in my first book. I think we're all a little messy. I kind of feel this way very strongly. I look at Golda Meir, and I think of what she went through when she became Prime Minister. And it was messy. But what an incredible character, right? Gandhi was messy. A lot of these incredible leaders that we knew about. Winston Churchill never got out of bed sober. Very messy guy. But leadership is messy. And if you are willing to take that on, you can obviously do something uniquely different in the world. I look at Steven Jobs as one of the great leaders of our time in innovation, not so much in leadership, but in innovation. And at the end of his life, he finally came to grips with the fact that I've lived this incredible life, but it's coming to a much shorter halt than I had anticipated. And yet he was very messy.  What I say to people in management is, it's something you can plan for. It's the management of work, it's the management of plans. It's all about the stuff that we get to look ahead and do but leadership happens in the moment. It happens when Rosa Parks gives up her seat on the bus. It happens when, at the worst moment in your life, you are going to have to have the courage to do something that you otherwise would be terrified to do. And yet you do it. That's leadership in the moment. We don't get to plan for that. And if we can accept the fact, as I said earlier, that we come into this world with our brilliance and our muddy shoes, and that life is messy, that we can't expect perfection, and we can't hold ourselves accountable to perfection, then we can do what we need to do as all individuals and just progress, one conversation at a time. And I do believe we're in a conversation right now. And we have had very different backgrounds, and yet some very common ground, both started our careers in retail. You went on to become an anthropologist. I got to work with one for a long time that I thoroughly enjoyed. I've taken my business career to heights I never dreamed I would be at. And I have the opportunity to work with C-level executives. And when they ask me how I think I know or why it is what I'm saying, I go, It's easy. I'm 72. I'm at least 20 years older than you and I made every damn mistake that I could possibly make up to this point. And I'm still making them. So I'm saving you the benefit of that. And in the book, it's a book of stories. It's a book of stories about different leaders, different experiences, my journey as a young woman to my business career, and all the different ways in which we sabotage what we are capable of. That phrase that came out very popular a few years back: Don't go there. I absolutely hated it, Andi. I'd be like, I'm packed and ready to go. I don't want someone to tell me, Don't go there. That means this conversation isn't safe, let's not have it. The conversation is as safe as you choose to make it if you can have a civil discourse. And so I have a chapter in the first book, Go there. Find a way to go there. So many times when you bring up the fact that women are unhappy in their current roles is because they have not expressed what they're distressed about. It's like Cassandra, Greek tragedy, the voice is trying to come out. And it's not. And we have to make ourselves known. And I don't mean in an alfa, overly feministic way, but to be real, to come out and say, look, this isn't working for me. I need other things. And today, these people in big positions within corporations, whether they're women or men, are willing to listen. They don't want the erosion of their diverse employees. They don't want that. They want you to stay. So if ever there's a time to express yourself, using the right way to speak. Andi Simon: So let's stay on that. This is a new book that Rose is working on for our listeners. She has a first book. Did you call it The Chocolate Conversation? Rose Fass: Yes, The Chocolate Conversation. Andi Simon: Yes, I do love chocolate. But The Chocolate Conversation has now led to a whole new book. What we're talking about is conversation. All of life is conversation. Yes, Lazer, the late organizational anthropologist, wrote great stuff about conversational intelligence and the power of we. And what we've learned from the neurosciences is that when you say in a conversation, the neurosciences, the brain goes, Ooh, run away. The amygdala hijacks it, it flees it, the cortisol said, This is going to be painful. Don't hang around, off you go. But when you say, We, the we brings out all kinds of good oxytocin or wonderful hormones that say, Oh, let's bond. This is the love that we feel. You, Rose, tell us about the book you're writing. Rose Fass: Well, it's a book of conversations. It's a book of conversations with myself with others. I think what you said earlier, I really care that somebody gets heard and gets acknowledged. I remember facilitating a very large group of different cultural people from Latin America, Portugal. People that were there from France. And we had these earphones on, because they were getting translated into English. And at the same time, we were facilitating all these different languages. There was this one little Portugese guy and he stood up and he was trying to explain something to his boss. And it was completely misinterpreted. One of the things that I call the chocolate conversation is just talking, right?, and the boss got very annoyed, and I said, Stop for a minute. And I kind of took off my earphones and I said, Can you just translate for me? Yes. And I said, this is what I think I heard you say, and he was, Si, si, si. And I said to him, And so I translated and took the whole thing, and I brought it back. And in that moment, there was such a relief. And I thought to myself, I teared up, because in my heart of hearts, the worst thing in the world is when you're standing there trying to express yourself in another language even, and someone is just not getting what you're saying. And completely misinterpreting, because we spend more time on our own point of view than trying to understand what it is that you're saying. So I think today, in business, we've got to start listening to people at the front of the business, the ones that are closest to the customers, it doesn't matter what age someone is, there's truth that is worth listening to. I feel that this is the last value added space right now because our institutions have failed us. People are looking at journalism, and they're saying, Where is it? Where is the unbiased truth? We're getting nothing but opinion and vitriol conversations. The public stage has become a boxing ring. Everybody is walking around that whole term of psychological safety. When I hear it, I think, Oh, my God, it sounds so clinical. What it really means is, Can I be comfortable here? Can I be in my own skin? Can I wake up in the morning and feel like it's going to be okay? And I think we owe that to each other. I think we need to become more human. We need to provide that peace of mind to our children, to our friends, to our family as much as we can. And we need to find a spiritual essence in all of us. And this has nothing to do with religion. It has everything to do with who are we, why are we here? It's not just about the momentary little things that we go through. It's really bigger than that. And so my books are about how do you have conversations that are inclusive, that shift people's points of view from a worldview they're stuck in, establish new standards, a lie, some concerns. The Chocolate Conversation is about worldviews, standards and concerns. The new book is about being bold with your conversation, saying what you mean, not what you think people want to hear but doing it in a way that you can get your point across in a loving and caring and compassionate way such that people feel touched. You saw me at the Westchester Business Council. I showed that wonderful little film of Mary Jackson, NASA engineer. And those of you who have seen Hidden Figures know what I'm talking about in the film. This was a woman who needed to go to a school to get an engineering degree so she could become a NASA engineer. She's brilliant. But she was a woman of color. Walking in at a time when the level of bias against people of color was so serious. And if she had gone up against that judge with hatred, resentment, vitriol, about something that was totally unfair, she would have been right. But she never would have been effective. But she went to that judge with a different heart, and she found common ground. You've been first in a lot of places. I need to be first going to that school, we can have this in common. And I shared that at the Business Council because that to me, was the combination of one of the better conversations I've been exposed to. Andi Simon: You have a passion and a purpose. You really do want to see change happen, and how we get along, how we listen to each other, how we learn from each other. And there's something more here in your life journey that really is transformational. You see that it's a time where we have to not simply accept the way we are but begin to change the way we go. I'm anxious to hear if you have any message in your little toolkit here to share or some ideas about how we can begin to multiply. A podcast is a podcast, but my whole purpose in life is to multiply it so that people take it and share it. And in the process, learn something they can actually do with it. Rose Fass: So I think one of the things that's helped me a lot, and I can't take credit for it, was given to me by a wonderful professor at MIT that I happen to be in touch with. When you want to have a conversation, particularly one that may have a little conflict associated with it, have the meta conversation, the conversation about the conversation, get permission to have it. That was very helpful to me, because I would be, Are you open to an alternative point of view? And yes, even if it's going to be very different from the one that you have. Yes. Do you mean it? Yes, I mean, okay, I'm going to take a risk here, and say something that really flies in the face of your experience, your lived experience, and what you've just shared with me, and I just want you to consider it. I don't want you to agree with me, I just want you to consider it. And that's helped me a lot to be able to have that kind of conversation. And I'll do it often with a CEO. And they're like, Okay, and they take a breath. I think also, when I'm getting feedback, I don't know about you, Andi, but I still lose, if it's not going to be good. You know, I still have that. And what I've learned from my years here is to stop feeling that I'm going to feel it initially no matter what I do, but to step back from it and say, this is just a data point. Not defining my entire persona. It's not defining my past, my future, my present. It's a data point. Let me take it in. Let me think about it. Let me try to get myself back centered. I think staying in the present, very important, stays in the conversation you're having, not the one you're tying yourself to. And you know, having a conversation is not waiting for your time to speak. Andi Simon: Well, these are important points. And as the listener is taking their notes, as I know you often do, there's some lessons here about navigating interpersonal relationships, having a permission conversation before you have the conversation levels the playing field. It's not adversarial, it's communication. It's sharing, it's a we, in a sense, it's that what Glaser spoke about, which opens your mind up to something I'm going to enjoy as opposed to flee in some fashion. The second thing is that as you're going through this, I learned a long time ago to say something like, It sounds like you are upset about something. And if I put it into their zone, it becomes a conversation of listening, as opposed to having a point of view about it. And I would say to my staff, I was an EVP of a bank, and I had lots of folks, and I would learn that and practice it because I didn't want to jump to any conclusions. It was easy to become a command and control leader, but I was very engaging. And I said, Sounds like you're having some difficulty with your manager? No, I see. Well, it sounds like you're unhappy with your job. I mean, you can really watch the responses come back as long as I kept it in their zone, as opposed to trying to take charge of it. And then my third point is that I often ask people, Yur feedback point is really important. I teach a Leadership Academy. And we teach feedback. Because every conversation is feedback. It's in the feedback loop. And I say to people, If you really want to get the right feedback, say to somebody, What's one thing you would like me to do differently? You'd be amazed at how interesting that goes. Rose Fass: Yes. Great question. Wonderful question. And most people are afraid to ask it. And afraid to hear, afraid to ask it and they're afraid to because they're afraid to hear it. Very often, and you may have found this too Andi, if you say to someone, I sense that you're upset about something, they might feel like, Oh, are you threatening me? But it's more along the line of just sort of stepping back from it and saying, you know, we all have concerns. Yeah, I know I have them. What might be one of your concerns? What are you feeling right now? What do you like about what you do? And what are the things that you could change if you had a magic wand? And you could just change this one thing? What might that be? Just giving people a chance to step outside of themselves and de-personalize a little. Sometimes if we can step out of ourselves. This is another anthropological method that Susan taught me: stand outside of yourself, just observe it. And it was a hard thing to learn to do. But it's an extraordinarily freeing. When you can sort of step outside, say what's really bothering me. Why am I so stressed about this? And we're going to be stressed, these are stressful times. I really felt bad about that poor tennis player, devoted to his healthy body, he's not anti-vax. He's come right out and said it, I'm not anti vaccinating, I just don't want to put any foreign things into my body. Now, whatever side of the argument you're on, the newscasters kept trying to pin him as an anti-vax. And he's the sweetest guy. And there's a sweetness about him. And I said, You know, he's probably a health nut. He believes in alternative medication. Have we tried to understand his point of view? Are we just throwing this out at him that he's now part of the anti-vaxx movement now? Andi Simon: But Rose, we have to wrap up, as much fun as we are having. It's really an honor and a privilege. We have a brilliant woman, Rose Fass. I want her to give you one or two things she doesn't want you to forget because we often remember the ending more than the beginning. Although her dandelion story is one that you're gonna hold on to. Some things Rose you want to leave with us. Rose Fass: Remember that everybody, everybody piles in with their brilliance and their muddy shoes. Take that away, nobody's perfect. That's something I want you to take away. The second thing is, remember the conversation you're having with yourself. That's the single most important conversation because that's the one that's going to shape the conversations you have with others. And when you do have a conversation with someone else, think about the context. You're in the social connection you need to make, how things need to be positioned. And think about having the conversation about the conversation before you jump right in. That would be the three things that I would say. And my dandelions story is just if you're another we'd be happy to have you in the field. Andi Simon: This has been such fun. So we have had Rose Fass here.  If they want to reach you, where can they do that? Rose Fass: They can do it at hello@fastforward.com. And I'm on LinkedIn, Rose Fass. Andi Simon: Yes, everybody's on LinkedIn. Thank you LinkedIn, it's a great place to find the world. Now, for my listeners. Thank you for coming. As always, our audience is wonderful. Rose has given you some great insights today about all kinds of things: not only growing up, but also really becoming who we are, listening to our conversations about who we are, and also finding a path to where we find purpose and passion. It comes down to conversations. All conversations are there. That's how we survive. Then the question is, who are we having conversations with and what are we listening to, and listening has become real important. Thank you for coming to our podcast. As you know, we're ranked in the top 5% of global podcasts, which is truly an honor and a privilege. It's wonderful. And I bring on guests who I think have ideas they want to share with you. My books are available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and your local bookseller. My Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business, Rose could have been in there. And I have the stories of 11 women who have smashed the myths. They didn't listen to people who said, Oh, you shouldn't, and you can't and no, we don't, because they said, Of course we can. And they are really great role models for other women. AndOn the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights is about how a little anthropology can help your business grow. And as you know, we spend a lot of time consulting with clients and helping them see, feel and think in new ways like you.

The Witch Bitch Amateur Hour
Beachsode #3

The Witch Bitch Amateur Hour

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