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Office Ladies
The Manager and the Salesman

Office Ladies

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 69:28


This week we're breaking down “The Manager and the Salesman.” Sabre CEO Jo Bennett, played by the Kathy Bates, visits Dunder Mifflin only to discover there are two co-managers, Michael and Jim. She gives them the ultimatum that there can only be one manager. Meanwhile it's Valentine's Day and Andy confuses Erin by giving Valentine's Day cards to everyone in the office, including a pretty romantic one to Kelly. Fans send in some great continuity catches, Jenna shares how the cast and crew worked with the two Great Danes, including a particularly invasive stunt with Ed Helms, and Angela makes beet vodka in honor of Dwight. So grab your Sabre handbook and Jo Bennett's autobiography, because this is another great episode. 

Schopp and Bulldog
SBD - Sabre Rando Trivia

Schopp and Bulldog

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 39:31


Hour 3: Schopp and Bulldog mess around with some Sabres trivia!

Office Ladies
Sabre

Office Ladies

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 102:02


This week we're breaking down “Sabre” and the director of this ep, John Krasinski, sends in clips to share what it was like directing this very big episode. Dunder Mifflin has been acquired by the printer company, Sabre, and it's CEO is the very powerful, no nonsense Jo Bennett played by Kathy Bates. This is also the episode that introduces Gabe Lewis played by Zach Woods! Angela talks about a “Save David Wallace” fan campaign, Jenna gives us everything we want to know about those special prop scissors used in the cold open and the ladies share about the real life inspiration behind that “bathroom moment” when Jim and Pam tour a local daycare. So have you ever tasted a rainbow? Because we think this episode might remind you of just that. Check out Yaki Margulies on Twitter/Instagram @yakimargulies

ArtisanEnglish.jp - The Posts - The Podcast
Proverb: Walk softly and carry a big stick

ArtisanEnglish.jp - The Posts - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 2:41


Thanks for visiting ArtisanEnglish.jp today. This episode was published on Friday, April 29, 2022. Walk softly and carry a big stick: Speak softly and carry a big stick means to talk softly and politely, be willing to negotiate, but always have power backing you up. You can read along as you listen by clicking HERE or by copying and pasting this link into your preferred browser: https://links.artisanenglish.jp/SpeakSoftlyCarryBigStick Try a Weekly Thursday Quiz from ArtisanEnglish.jp. You listen to the podcast episodes. Now check to see if you learned from what you heard. Visit ArtisanEnglish.jp and go to the Weekly Quizzes page. https://links.artisanenglish.jp/Quiz Below are (NUMBER) terms from today's episode that may have been new to you. Sabre-rattling: Sabre-rattling is openly and loudly threatening to use force to intimidate your enemies. Often, it's all talk and no action. https://links.artisanenglish.jp/SabreRattling Soft power: A country uses its soft power or cultural and economic power and influence to convince other countries to do what you want them to do. https://links.artisanenglish.jp/SoftPower --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/artisanenglishjp/message

Today in San Diego
Warm-Up, Multi-Car Crash in Encinitas, Sabre Springs Burglary

Today in San Diego

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 5:42


On the “Today in San Diego” podcast, a warm-up is starting our week. Nine people were hospitalized following a car crash at the end of a car chase. And, a Sabre Springs bakery was burglarized over the weekend.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Travel Market Life
IHTF 2022 - Melia Hotels tech buying and AI deployment

Travel Market Life

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 7:45


Tomeu Fiol, Global Hotels Technologies Director, Melia Hotels International speaks to us about the value of IHTF and the focus of tech strategies at the group and how they are deploying AI. This year's IHTF is an opportunity for the industry to come together in person, following two years of challenges and ongoing economic and social impacts across the world – the industry is now hampering down on new strategies that consider sustainability, productivity and performance, automation, guest experience and digitalisation.Among the speakers lined up across the two day – two steam programme include Head of eCommerce from Scandic Hotels, Global Senior Director of Industry Partnerships at BWH Hotel Group, Pestana Hotel Groups CIO, Director of Future Business from Nordic Choice, and VP Commericial of NH Hotel. There's a large number of sponsors also attending including the likes of Assa abloy, fornova, HRS, SIHOT, Oracle Hospitality, Duetto, Ideas, Sabre and Oaky. Two programme streams guide the event one looking at Tech and operations, exploring subjects including guest technologies, payments, security, sustainability, and contactless. The Distribution and marketing stream will look at the customer journey, future of retailing, OTAs, revenue strategies, the cRM, and guest experience. 

Bleedin' Blue & White Podcast
Bleedin' Blue & White Podcast: Home Stretch

Bleedin' Blue & White Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 72:52


On this episode of the BB&W podcast, the boys break down some wild games, including the drubbing of the Capitals, Corey rants about Sabre losses, and there is a heated debate over the culture of load management in the NHL versus the NBA.

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
April 22-1: Narcos Honduras JOH in court today (y en espanol); Hezbollah trial Monday, US Air v Sabre, corrupt UNSG @AntonioGuterres supported JOH

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 2:16


VLOG: Narcos Honduras JOH in court today (y en espanol); Hezbollah trial Monday, US Air v Sabre, corrupt UNSG @AntonioGuterres supported JOH

The Business Power Hour with Deb Krier

Iris Culp is the Principal at IC Growth, a marketing consulting and business growth firm. She has more than a decade of marketing experience and has helped clients double their top line revenue in less than 24 months. Prior to the current focus of marketing strategies for solopreneurs & micro-business owners, she worked professionally as a writer, as well as 20+ years in HR and organizational development. Iris worked in HR leadership roles at American Airlines, Sabre where she led several nationwide initiatives. She earned a master's degree in adult education and holds multiple HR certifications. Additionally is an authorized partner for Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team ®, and a certified Everything DiSC ® facilitator for leadership and sales. Currently her firm, IC Growth, is focused on helping small business owners leverage the power of LinkedIn to organically grow for a consistent and full sales pipeline. She has developed a signature program in that space titled, “LinkedIn for Business: 6 Weeks from Questions to Confidence”. She describes herself as a “creative analytic” who loves research and data and blends that with a creative twist. She finds it particularly fun to support entrepreneurs who happen to be “fellow introverts” “find an authentic way to tell their own story” and find their ideal audience. In her spare time, she loves to dig in her flower garden, create landscapes, ride motorcycles, and read. Click here to connect with Iris on LinkedIn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Não Inviabilize
SABRE DE LUZ

Não Inviabilize

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 11:38


Pimenta No Dos Outros (+18) é um quadro do canal Não Inviabilize. Aqui você ouve as suas histórias misturadas às minhas! Use a hashtag #Sabre e comente a história no nosso grupo do telegram: https://t.me/naoinviabilize PUBLICIDADE: PANTYNOVA Cupom de desconto: PIMENTANOMEU e PIMENTANOMEU1 - 10% off pantynova | para uma sexualidade mais vibrante Envie a sua história bem detalhada para naoinviabilize@gmail.com, seu anonimato será mantido, todos os nomes, profissões e locais são trocados para preservar a sua identidade. Site: naoinviabilize.com.br Apoie: apoia.se/naoinviabilize Instagram: instagram.com/naoinviabilize Twitter: twitter.com/naoinviabilize Facebook: facebook.com/naoinviabilize

Toronto Maple Leafs Games
Sabres @ Maple Leafs - April 12, 2022 - 2nd Period

Toronto Maple Leafs Games

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 34:53


Joe Bowen and Jim Ralph bring you the call as the Maple Leafs play host to the Sabre

2 Goalies 1 Mic
Episode 94 - Owen Power is a Sabre

2 Goalies 1 Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 58:15


Duane and Ryan Drury react to the Buffalo Sabres signing former 1st Overall Pk Owen Power to his 3-year ELC. Also thoughts on Erik Portillo, Ryan Johnson, Aaron Huglen, and the rest of the Sabres prospects. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Google Cloud Reader
Sabre chose Bigtable and Cloud Spanner to serve more than 1 billion travelers annually

Google Cloud Reader

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 9:19


Comedy Night Podcasted Right
Episode 11 - February 4, 2010 - "Romantic Expressionism", "Sweetums", "Sabre", & "Verna"

Comedy Night Podcasted Right

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 155:56


Gus, Sam, and Matt are back at it again, and this time the episode is shorter than the feature length film, "Avatar".We go back to February 4, 2010, and discuss the latest episodes from NBC's Comedy Night Done Right; Community's "Romantic Expressionism", Park and Recreation's "Sweetums", The Office's "Sabre", and 30 Rock's "Verna".We also take a brief look back into the life, career, and criminal misdeeds of 30 Rock's "Don Geiss", actor Rip Torn, and how he found himself in bank in the middle of the night in late January 2010. From a podcasting standpoint, there's also some practice on reading advertisements that we'll surely never get, and retracting praise for actors who Matt has since learned is wanted by the FBI for an attempted insurrection.  There's also a distinct lack of audio drops from the series in this episode due to some software malfunction, but we more than make up for it.Some questions raised but never answered are: could Andy Dwyer have been Greendale's Asscrack Bandit; was New Coke a scheme to slip high fructose corn syrup into Coke Classic; and how likely would it have been to have your car damaged if you parked at Dunder Mifflin? Besides talking about aerolae and rubber nipples; there's also tangents into Cats, Bridgerton, Human Resources (the series and the profession), Juno, Beerfest, My 600 Pound Life, Breaking Bad, Office Space, Twister, Upload, The Hangover, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Paranormal Activity, Glengarry Glen Ross, and some requisite Anchorman quotes.  The aforementioned wanted actor was in Chip Mantooth's posse in Anchorman, so we should've known he was a bad guy from the get-go.You can reach the show at comedynightpodcastedright@gmail.com; and don't forget that Matt will read any and all fan mail in an upcoming podcast, if he ever gets any.Follow the show on Instagram at comedynightpodcastedright and Twitter @comedynightpod1, or join the subreddit r/comedynightpodrightYou can find Sam at sam_thistle on Instagram; and look for her previous podcast "Unsolicited Flick Picks" wherever you get your podcasts.You can find Gus at _nu_is on Instagram, and he's promising that his own podcast will be ready soon.

America Outdoors Radio Podcast
America Outdoors Radio - April 02, 2022

America Outdoors Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 45:50


This week on America Outdoors Radio you'll here from Jon LaCorte, co-founder of TRACT Optics introduces some new riflescopes hitting the market that long range shooters will love.  David Nance with SABRE will tell you about the bear spray and other safety products they have for use in bear country.  David Schuessler previews the upcoming Ducks Unlimited Expo in Fort Worth, Texas and Brian Lovett, writing for Outdoor Life, shares news about some of the best and worst states to hunt for turkeys this spring..  http://www.americaoutdoorsradio.com   

Back to the Future Podcast (Drum and Bass)
Back To The Future #85 - The Eruption Sessions (d mix & Evolve bring you 20 Years Of Critical)

Back to the Future Podcast (Drum and Bass)

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 110:52


Get ready for an extra special Back to the Future podcast, making his EruptionRadio.uk debut is DJ Evolve! We've been doing this for a bit, but it was good to be back live in the studio together! We decided to make the most of our time by heading into London for 20 Years Of Critical at Printworks. A bit of live music, a couple of pints and a well timed Uber later and you can hear the result yourself below... We trawled through the 200 + Critical tunes we own to get down to the 2 mixes, covering music from 2003 right up to this month… and whether it's the evolution of Enei, the collaborations (Circuits and Fade Black for inst) or even Charli Brix adding the soul to some of those tougher edges, it's been a very special 20 Years. We continue with Critical for both the 3From and the Last One and a supporting cast of new music from the last month fills the rest. Enjoy / Share / Critical Music, completed it mate. Intro Break & Total Science - Gun Finger (Triii Audio) Spinline & DLR - Please Stand Here (Sofa Sound) Leks - Blocked (Four Corners) Evolve Klax - Cornerstone (2014) Fre4knc - Rotor (2015) Spectrasoul - Organiser (2009) Particle - Wound (2021) Enei - Prometheus (2014) Klax - Blackball (2014) Spectrasoul - Wedgehead (2009) Break - Cold Sweat (2006) SKC & Bratwa - Pain (2006) Ivy Lab - Forex (2015) Spectrasoul - Alibi (Break remix) (2009) Sabre & Vicious Circle - Columbo (2008) Kasra, Bou & Enei - No Logos (2019) 3From - Ivy Lab Ivy Lab - Live on Your Smile (2014) Sabre, Stray & Halogenix - St. Clair (2012) Alix Perez & Ivy Lab - Arkestra (2016) d mix The Upbeats - Necking (2018) >> T>I - Crunch Time (2018) Mefjus - Blame You (Ivy Lab remix) (2015) Enei - Dark Move (2019) Icicle & Nymfo - Shadows of Tomorrow (2007) Circuits (Kasra & Inside Info) - Drench (2018) Particle & Molecular - Switch Hunt (2022) Kasra & Enei - Overthinking (2015) Klax ft. Charli Brix - Become (2018) QZB ft. Charli Brix - We Pretend (2021) >> Enei ft. Charli Brix - Get Closer (2019) Calibre - Barca (2003) Hyroglifics & Visages - Szechuan (2019) Break - Crunchy (2009) >> Phobia - Mandalay (2004) Breakage - 4Me (2005) Outro Visages & Monty - Familiarity (1985) Dunk & Coza - Burning (Mob Recordings) Last One Halogenix - Blej (Fade Black remix) (2019) ***************************** Don't forget to hit us up on the socials… https://instabio.cc/3123115VLNnuy www.facebook.com/dmixandevolve www.instagram.com/dmixandevolve #drumandbass #dnb #dnbpodcast #livedrumandbass #drumandbasspodcast #d&b #drumandbasspodcast #livednb #dmixandevolve #dmix #backtothefuturednb #keepthefireburning #eruptionradio #Radioplayer #RealRadio #DAB

Discovery
The Life Scientific: Steve Brusatte on the fall of dinosaurs and the rise of mammals

Discovery

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 27:24


Steve Brusatte analyses the pace of evolutionary change and tries to answer big questions. Why did the dinosaurs die out and the mammals survive? How did dinosaurs evolve into birds? If you met a Velociraptor today you'd probably mistake it for a large flightless bird, says Steve. His intense interest in T. rex, Triceratops and all the other dinosaur species developed when he was a teenager and continues to this day. More recently, however, he's focussed on the long history of mammals. For hundreds of millions of years, our mammalian ancestors remained small. Most were mouse-sized. None were bigger than a badger. Steve studies how, when an asteroid collided with earth 66 million years ago, the mammals got lucky. All the big dinosaurs were wiped out and only the small ones with wings survived. (Birds are dinosaurs, by the way). Within half a million years, mammals of all shapes and sizes had taken over on planet earth. Sabre-toothed flesh eaters, cow-sized plant guzzlers and a host of other warm blooded placental animals evolved alongside the badger sized burrowers. Steve talks to Jim Al-Khalili about his life and work, including the recent discovery of an incredibly well-preserved Pterosaur on the Isle of Skye, a place he likes to call Scotland's Jurassic Park. Producer: Anna Buckley

Just Pro Wrestling News
Loaded Card For Final WWE RAW Before WrestleMania.

Just Pro Wrestling News

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 4:17


Listen and subscribe at www.JustProWrestlingNews.com Like the show? Support the show and get bonus content at https://www.patreon.com/justprowrestlingnews I'm Matt Carlins and this is JUST Pro Wrestling News for Monday, March 28, 2022. This update is brought to you by IndyWrestling.us. (STINGER: WWE) WWE has loaded up tonight's RAW - the last before WrestleMania. WWE Champion Brock Lesnar and Universal Champion Roman Reigns are both promoted for tonight's show. There are some matches too. Rey Mysterio goes one-on-one against The Miz, who stole his mask last Monday. Bianca Belair will be back on RAW. She'll team with Ronda Rousey to take on RAW Women's Champ Becky Lynch and SmackDown Women's Champ Charlotte Flair. The RAW Tag Champs RK-Bro face the SmackDown Tag Champs The Usos. The Street Profits face the Alpha Academy. There's a big 8-women tag: the WWE Women's Tag Champs Queen Zelina & Carmella team up with Natalya & Shayna Baszler to face Sasha Banks, Naomi, Rhea Ripley & Liv Morgan. Next Friday's SmackDown will feature a 3-way for the Intercontinental Championship. Ricochet will defend against Angel AND Humberto. Both scored wins over Ricochet last Friday. Angel pinned Ricochet with a rollup. Humberto stole a count-out win when Angel grabbed Ricochet's leg and prevented him from getting back in the ring. Next Friday's SmackDown will also feature the Andre the Giant Battle Royal. The lineup includes United States Champion Finn Balor and Damian Priest. Triple H took to social media Sunday night to thank everyone who offered kind words over the past couple of days. Triple H confirmed he is “done” wrestling in an interview with ESPN's Stephen A. Smith. Triple H underwent an emergency heart procedure late last year. The late Shad Gaspard will be the recipient of this year's Warrior Award at Friday's WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony. (STINGER: AEW) Hikaru Shida is back on tonight's Dark: Elevation. She'll face Madi Wrenkowski. Also on the show…Max Caster vs. Sonny Kiss… Lee Moriarty vs. Serpentico… Frankie Kazarian vs. Brandon Cutler… Roppongi Vice - Trent Beretta & Rocky Romero - vs. QT Marshall and Aaron Solo. An upset on Friday night's Rampage. Dustin Rhodes stole a rollup win over Lance Archer after Archer crashed into an exposed turnbuckle. Archer laid waste to Rhodes and a bunch of Rhodes' students after the match. Ricky Starks is still the FTW Champion after a win over Swerve Strickland. (STINGER: ROH) Josh Woods will defend the Pure Championship against AEW's Wheeler Yuta at Supercard of Honor coming up on Friday. Konosuke Takeshita will return to AEW following DDT Pro's show at Korakuen Hall Show on April 10th. (STINGER: New Japan) Zack Sabre Jr. is the winner of the New Japan Cup. He defeated Tetsuya Naito in the final on Sunday. Sabre will challenge Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship on April 9th. In STARDOM, the championship reigns for Syrui, and Saya Kamitani survived a pair of title matches over the weekend. KAIRI got a win Sunday over Starlight Kid…but suffered a ruptured eardrum during the match. That's JUST Pro Wrestling News for Monday, March 28th. Be sure to subscribe to this feed so you don't miss our next update. I'm Matt Carlins. Thank YOU for listening. ~~~Full run down at www.justprowrestlingnews.com ~~~ • • • • • wwe #wrestling #prowrestling #smackdown #wwenetwork #wweraw #romanreigns #ajstyles #NXT #raw #njpw #wwenxt #SethRollins #TNA #johncena #RandyOrton #wrestlemania #ROH #WWF #summerslam #tripleh #aewdynamite #professionalwrestling #aew #allelitewrestling #aewontnt #DeanAmbrose #nxt #KevinOwens #wwesmackdown 

The Future of Work With Jacob Morgan
Former CEO of Swiss Air Lines & Orbitz On Leading During Tough Times, Setting a Big Vision, & Transformational Growth

The Future of Work With Jacob Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 59:50


Jeffrey Katz is the former CEO of Swissair and a former president of SABRE. He is also the founding CEO of Orbitz. Before rising to the top, Jeff went into various industries in American Airlines. He worked his way to the top from being in management, finance, marketing, sales, and even customer service. He started from the bottom, and now, he has achieved so much more. How did Jeff handle the challenges he encountered throughout his journey? How did he survive and become successful to who he is today? Tune in and see how Jeff made his journey as a leader and discover the lessons he learned in life. --------------------- The #1 challenge for organizations right now is how to attract and retain talent. Organizations are stuck in old ways of thinking about work and they are struggling! In my new PDF, I outline 7 ways the workforce is changing and what you and your organization need to do to adapt. The Great Resignation is The Great Opportunity if you are willing to take action! Click here to download the PDF. --------------------- Get the latest insights on the Future of Work, Leadership and employee experience through my daily newsletter at futureofworknewsletter.com  Let's connect on social! Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jacobmorgan8 Instagram: https://instagram.com/jacobmorgan8 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/jacobm Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FuturistJacob

RV Miles Podcast
230. Your Questions About Our Sabre Fifth Wheel

RV Miles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 52:31


On this episode, we answer a bevvy of listener questions about our Sabre 37FLL fifth wheel, we talk about our recent Starlink satellite internet order, and more.  See the full tour of the Sabre on the Matt's RV Reviews Towables channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrarePz2Z6k&t=46s Our article on RV driver's license requirements: https://rvmiles.com/rv-drivers-license-requirements  

Hoje no TecMundo Podcast
Telegram recebe convite do TSE, Microsoft confirma invasão - Hoje no TecMundo 23/03/2022

Hoje no TecMundo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 11:16


Vamos ver quais são as principais notícias de tecnologia de hoje: One UI 4.1 chega aos celulares Samsung, Telegram recebe convite do STF, Microsoft confirma invasão hacker e muito mais. Confira!

Schopp and Bulldog
SBD - Who's the most popular Sabre?

Schopp and Bulldog

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 35:36


Hour 3: Schopp and Bulldog talk Sabres!

Just Pro Wrestling News
New Title Match Added To WrestleMania.

Just Pro Wrestling News

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 4:30


Listen and subscribe at www.JustProWrestlingNews.com Like the show? Support the show and get bonus content at https://www.patreon.com/justprowrestlingnews I'm Matt Carlins and this is JUST Pro Wrestling News for Tuesday, March 22, 2022. A special welcome to those of you listening on OccupyProWrestling.com. If you want to bring our updates to your website...email us: desk@justprowrestlingnews.com. (STINGER: WWE) Time is running short for Seth Rollins. Last night he missed out on another chance to secure a match at WrestleMania. He challenged AJ Styles to a match for Styles' spot against Edge at Mania. In the end, Edge attacked Styles. That's a DQ win for AJ. And Rollins is again left with NO CLEAR PATH to WrestleMania. Rollins went on a tirade as the show went off the air. Wrecking everything in sight and vowing to sabotage next week's RAW…unless he gets his “WrestleMania moment”. A 3-Way for the RAW Tag Titles is now officially set for Night 2 of WrestleMania on Sunday, April 3rd - RK-Bro defending against the Alpha Academy and the Street Profits. RK-Bro won a non-title match over the Alpha Academy. Riddle pinned Chad Gable with Bro Derek. The Street Profits interrupted a post-match attack by the Academy. And then, THEY beat up on Riddle. Rey & Dominik Mysterio beat the NXT Champion Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode! Dominik pinned Roode with a frog splash. After the match, The Miz laid out Rey and STOLE REY'S MASK! Pat McAfee was on RAW. He helped United States Champ Finn Balor get a rollup win over Austin Theory. SmackDown's Shayna Baszler & Nataly beat Rhea Ripley & Liv Morgan. Baszler pinned Morgan. Omos won a 2-on-1 match over Apollo Crews & Commander Azeez. 24/7 Champ Dana Brooke & Reggie beat Akira Tozawa & Tamina. Reggie pinned Tozawa. Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns are being promoted for next Monday's RAW. WWE is promoting Veer Mahaan will arrive on RAW on April 4th. That's right. They will SEND VEER on the RAW after WrestleMania! Tonight's NXT has the final of the women's Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic tournament. It's Io Shirai & Kay Lee Ray vs. Dakota Kai & Wendy Choo. Also tonight, Bron Breakker vs. Robert Roode…and the Creed Brothers vs. the Grizzled Young Veterans. (STINGER: AEW) Tonight's Dark has Blake Christian vs. Rohit Raju. Plus, Jay Lethal vs. JD Drake…and Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Fuego Del Sol. On last night's Dark: Elevation…Julia Hart beat Skye Blue. Hart put her feet on the ropes to help her get the rollup win. Dark Order's Evil Uno, Stu Grayson & John Silver beat The Factory's QT Marshall, Aaron Solo & Nick Comoroto. Ruby Soho & Anna Jay beat The Bunny & Emi Sakura…and Top Flight beat Chaos Project. (STINGER: ROH) Tony Khan announced a new match for Supercard of Honor: Jay Lethal vs. Lee Moriarty is set for the big show on Friday, April 1st. Mickie James is coming to GCW. She will face Allie Katch at Spring Break 6 - Part 1 on Thursday, March 31st. (STINGER: New Japan) The semifinals are set in the New Japan Cup. But not without some controversy. Zack Sabre Jr. beat Will Ospreay in one of the quarterfinal matches on Monday. However, Ospreay insists he never tapped. Sabre will face Shingo Takagi in the semis. Takagi beat his LIJ stablemate Hiromu Takahashi to advance. Semifinal matches will be held on Saturday. That's JUST Pro Wrestling News for Tuesday, March 22nd. Our next update comes your way tomorrow morning, so be sure to subscribe to this feed. We also thank you in advance for leaving a glowing rating or review.. I'm Matt Carlins. Thank YOU for listening. ~~~Full run down at www.justprowrestlingnews.com ~~~ • • • • • wwe #wrestling #prowrestling #smackdown #wwenetwork #wweraw #romanreigns #ajstyles #NXT #raw #njpw #wwenxt #SethRollins #TNA #johncena #RandyOrton #wrestlemania #ROH #WWF #summerslam #tripleh #aewdynamite #professionalwrestling #aew #allelitewrestling #aewontnt #DeanAmbrose #nxt #KevinOwens #wwesmackdown 

OILERSLIVE Channel
OILERSLIVE Edmonton Oilers Buffalo Sabres Talk - Guest Jeff Ade and Dash

OILERSLIVE Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 60:44


Long time hockey fan and Buffalo Sabres fan Jeff Ade is joining Oilerslive Michael and SOTP Dash to talk Buffalo Sabres and Edmonton Oilers hockey in advance of the Thursday matchup on St Patrick's Day. Definitely be talking trade deadline and potential moves and maybe some potential targets from the Sabre's roster for the Oilers. Oilerslive is hosted on the Heavy Hockey Network home form some of the best NHL, Hockey, and Edmonton Oilers podcasts from around the league. Check out our editorials at www.heavyhockey.com

ArtisanEnglish.jp - The Posts - The Podcast

Thanks for visiting ArtisanEnglish.jp today. This episode was published on Thursday, March 17, 2022. The phrase we're focusing on today is ‘in full swing.' When something is in full swing, it's fully operational and no longer partly functional or in the nascent stages. You can read along as you listen by clicking HERE or by copying and pasting this link into your preferred browser: https://links.artisanenglish.jp/InFullSwing Try a Weekly Thursday Quiz from ArtisanEnglish.jp. You listen to the podcast episodes. Now check to see if you learned from what you heard. Visit ArtisanEnglish.jp and go to the Weekly Quizzes page. https://links.artisanenglish.jp/Quiz Below are two terms from today's episode that may have been new for you. Breathe easy: When you breathe easy, you feel relaxed and relieved. All your anxiety, stress and tension are gone. You feel released and refreshed. https://links.artisanenglish.jp/BreatheEasy Sabre-rattling: Sabre-rattling is opening and loudly threatening to use force to intimidate your enemies. Often, it's all talk and no action. https://links.artisanenglish.jp/SabreRattling --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/artisanenglishjp/message

The Life Scientific
Steve Brusatte on the fall of dinosaurs and the rise of mammals

The Life Scientific

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 40:22


Steve Brusatte analyses the pace of evolutionary change and tries to answer big questions. Why did the dinosaurs die out and the mammals survive? How did dinosaurs evolve into birds? If you met a Velociraptor today you'd probably mistake it for a large flightless bird, says Steve. His intense interest in T. rex, Triceratops and all the other dinosaur species developed when he was a teenager and continues to this day. More recently, however, he's focussed on the long history of mammals. For hundreds of millions of years, our mammalian ancestors remained small. Most were mouse-sized. None were bigger than a badger. Steve studies how, when an asteroid collided with earth 66 million years ago, the mammals got lucky. All the big dinosaurs were wiped out and only the small ones with wings survived. (Birds are dinosaurs, by the way). Within half a million years, mammals of all shapes and sizes had taken over on planet earth. Sabre-toothed flesh eaters, cow-sized plant guzzlers and a host of other warm blooded placental animals evolved alongside the badger sized burrowers. Steve talks to Jim Al-Khalili about his life and work, including the recent discovery of an incredibly well-preserved Pterosaur on the Isle of Skye, a place he likes to call Scotland's Jurassic Park. Producer: Anna Buckley

The JAYREELZ Podcast
Madness Marches In! MLB Is Back! Who Signs Where? NFL Wheeling & Dealing. Brady Unretires?! Nets Trending North/Kyrie Needs To Play Home Games. NHL's Eichel's Unpleasant Return To Buffalo

The JAYREELZ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 89:57


Your favorite little podcast host is playing injured (sore throat) but I'm ready to slay the sports day as the universe starts to heat up and Episode #242 delivers just that. On deck: (4:58) I'll open with a brief discussion about my health, the end of the Sports Dead Zone, Part 1 and how we've turned the corner to indulge on a plethora of sports & topics that we can sink our teeth into. (8:15) Let the Madness begin! The NCAA Tournament will commence with the play-in games tomorrow and Wednesday night. Then we'll have the frenetic pace of Thursday, Friday and into the weekend as we'll be immersed in wall to wall college basketball throughout the week. I'll breakdown each bracket, share my Final Four teams and who'll be champion when it's all said and done. I also have a few words on my favorite college team (Georgetown) and how their historic losing season factors into their future with coach Patrick Ewing at the helm. (34:34) Baseball is finally back! I'll get into how this agreement was finally agreed upon, what the new rules are for 2022 and 2023? Some signings and trades that have taken place and what to expect for the top flight free agents (i.e. Freddie Freeman, Carlos Correa, Trevor Story) that are unsigned? (51:20) Super Bowl LVI concluded a month ago yesterday, but 'The Shield' is strong arming their way to the top of the sports news cycle. A lot has developed over the past week (i.e. Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson, Carson Wentz, Deshaun Watson, et. al) and then the bombshell of the unretirement of Tom Brady. I'll have plenty to say about all of the above, as well as, the free agency year commences on Wednesday to really set the offseason fireworks even higher than it has been. Plus, my thoughts on the egregious suspension handed down to Falcons WR Calvin Ridley for the 2022 season. And Joe Buck will reunite with Troy Aikman in the broadcast booth at ESPN. What does this mean for the Monday Night schedule? Also, who fills his big shoes at FOX when it comes to baseball? (1:13:29) The Brooklyn Nets are revving their engines for the final lap of this NBA season. They're on a little winning streak and there was a Kyrie Irving sighting in the arena over the weekend. Why he needs to play in home games NOW and it isn't on Kyrie? With LeBron James eclipsing the 10,000 assist mark, making him the only player in NBA history to score 10K in points, rebounds and assists, does he have the greatest overall career in the 75 year history of the sport? (1:21:29) The Jack Eichel saga came full circle last week as he played in Buffalo for the first time since the trade months ago to Vegas. How did he come across in the postgame after being booed by the Sabre faithful? I make a brief mention of Capitals winger, Alexander Ovechkin as he continues to rise the goal scoring charts as he sits third time all-time behind Gordie Howe and Wayne Gretzky. (1:24:23) To close out, my Hero and Zero of the Week. Please subscribe, leave a rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, Luminary, Amazon Music and iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. If you'd like to contribute to the production of the podcast, please visit my Patreon page at: www.patreon.com/TheJAYREELZPodcast Many thanks for all of your love and support. Intro/outro music by Cyklonus. LINKS TO SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jayreelz-podcast/id1354797894 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVDr SPREAKER: https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-jayreelz-podcast_2 STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast iHEARTRADIO: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-the-jayreelz-podcast-43104270/ LUMINARY: https://luminarypodcasts.com/listen/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast/f9527dd9-47ea-4ed9-92cf-32af9bfa95ad?country=US SPOTIFY TRAILER: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7nZZlvPRAly5irLRSG2qxq?si=rTKCQKnZRNC_VK-_uIWNJA AMAZON MUSIC: https://www.amazon.com/The-JAYREELZ-Podcast/dp/B08K58SW24/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+jayreelz+podcast&qid=1606319520&sr=8-1 SPOTIFY PODCAST LINK: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVDr

Nowoczesny Lider
Dave Moore, CTO at Sabre Corporation [ENG]

Nowoczesny Lider

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 64:48


Podcats is in English Dave Moore was my boss for almost three years. He is the leader which you want to follow and to learn from. Hopefully, you will dive into his world during this interview and learn and get inspired by his stories and experiences.

Power of Why with Naomi Haile
No, Anti-Colonial Ideas Aren't "Radical" with Sabre Pictou Lee

Power of Why with Naomi Haile

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 43:43


Repeat after me: Anti-colonial models are not radical. With her diverse team of experts, Co-founder and CEO of Archipel Research and Consulting Inc. Sabre Pictou Lee is harnessing them to help organizations change for the better. A highly acclaimed Indigenous speaker, trainer, liaison and researcher, Sabre's company has supported the Canada Council for the Arts, Assembly of First Nations and Global Centre for Pluralism (to name a few). Today, Sabre shares why anti-colonial ways and concepts aren't radical, how she built her business from the ground up, and the frameworks you can apply to make yours more inclusive. This episode is for you if: You've heard of anti-colonial principles but don't know what they mean You want to start a business that challenges the status quo You want to meaningfully support Indigenous peoples You've struggled to work through your anxiety Connect with Sabre Pictou Lee Website: www.archipelresearch.com LinkedIn: Sabre Pictou Lee Connect with Naomi Website: naomihaile.com Instagram: @naomiahaile Twitter: @naomiathaile LinkedIn: Naomi Haile This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Invest Ottawa, lead economic development agency for Canada's Capital. We teamed up to produce this special series to celebrate women leading in Ottawa for International Women's Week. In support of its Women Founders and Owners strategy, Invest Ottawa offers programs and services that enable and accelerate the growth and success of women entrepreneurs from every walk of life. Visit www.investottawa.ca/women to learn more!

DJ R-Hawk Podcast
R Hawk - New Drum & Bass - 09 March 2022

DJ R-Hawk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 60:04


Broadcast Live on www.onlyoldskoolradio.com at 8pm on Wednesday 9th March 2022. An hour of new and forthcoming D&B / Jungle 1. Ricky Force ft. Beta 2 - Hyper Dream (Doomed Planet LP / Repertoire) 2. ADM - Transcience (Sci Limited) 3. Circa 96 - Flatline (forthcoming on Deep Bass Nine) 4. The Dicemen - Feel So Good (Omni Classics Vol 3) 5. Ricky Force - Status (Doomed Planet LP / Repertoire) 6. Artificial Red & FFF - Understand (No Nation Remix)(forthcoming on Natural Order) 7. ???? 8. Ark X & Duburban - Close Encounter (forthcoming on Deep Bass Nine) 9. Sonar's Ghost - Hypnotize (forthcoming on Okbron) 10. GY96 - Lost Projects - Track B (Omèrta) 11. Ricky Force - Get On Up (Doomed Planet LP / Repertoire) 12. Sabre, Stray & Halogenix ft Frank Carter III - Oblique (Critical) 13. DJ Trax - Warmth (Paradox Music) 14. Abstract Drumz - Cold Strings (Omni Classics Vol 3)

Bar Karate - The Sailing Podcast
Bar Karate - the Sailing Podcast Ep149 How to win with Adrian Finglas

Bar Karate - The Sailing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 96:28


Published 6 March 2022We chat to Adrian Finglas. We featured Aids on Ep33, so this issue we jump onto his years of sailing on coaching experience and how he used it to win in a 90 boat fleet after less than a year in the class. Aids is a thinker and you will get a tonne of value listening to how his mind works.We also talk about what makes a class successful by looking at the Sabre class.#barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail #finglasadrian #sabredinghy

ArtisanEnglish.jp - The Posts - The Podcast
Word of the Day: Sabre-rattling

ArtisanEnglish.jp - The Posts - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 2:32


Thanks for visiting ArtisanEnglish.jp today. This episode was published on Sunday, March 6, 2022. Our Word of the Day is ‘sabre-rattling.' Sabre-rattling is opening and loudly threatening to use force to intimidate your enemies. Often, it's all talk and no action. You can read along as you listen by clicking HERE or by copying and pasting this link into your preferred browser: https://links.artisanenglish.jp/SabreRattling Try a Weekly Thursday Quiz from ArtisanEnglish.jp. You listen to the podcast episodes. Now check to see if you learned from what you heard. Visit ArtisanEnglish.jp and go to the Weekly Quizzes page. https://links.artisanenglish.jp/Quiz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/artisanenglishjp/message

The John Batchelor Show
#Ukraine: Dogfights over Kyiv. Jeff McCausland, @mccauslJ @D6leadership, @USArmy; retired US Army Colonel & Dean of Academics at the US Army War College; @CBSradio natl security consultant; @CBSNews @dickinsoncol

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 9:27


Photo:   An F-86 Sabre and a MiG-15 aircraft simulate a dogfight #Ukraine: Dogfights over Kyiv.  Jeff McCausland, @mccauslJ  @D6leadership, @USArmy; retired US Army Colonel & Dean of Academics at the US Army War College; @CBSradio natl security consultant; @CBSNews @dickinsoncol https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/ukraine-invasion-russia-war-latest-lnws2h2rf

Wilson County News
Meet Sacred Heart School's 2022 Valentine Court

Wilson County News

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 0:44


Members of Sacred Heart Catholic School's 2022 Royal Valentine Court (l-r) Princess Anastazia Zamora, Junior Queen Myra Couhig, King Oliver Hoag, Queen Anayse Garcia-Mojica, Junior King Bryce Belletz, and Princess Brinley Lowhorn stand proud with the Floresville High School Junior ROTC Sabre team after their coronation Feb. 19, in the Sacred Heart Church parish hall in Floresville. Sacred Heart School thanks the Sabre team cadets and Senior Master Sgt. Randy Taylor for presenting arms at the annual event.Article Link

Maintenance Day
Episode 12 -- Uh-oh

Maintenance Day

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 66:46


It's another Monday Maintenance Day and gosh the Sabres sure could use one, huh?Lance and Joe get into a smorgasbord of Sabre-y topics this week, but start off the show SMH'ing the coaches they forgot for their fighting coaches debate from last week (0:00). From there the guys discuss the latest Sabres losing streak and how the schedule does anything and everything but lighten up the rest of the way. Uh-oh (10:00). The Sabres top line has been outstanding this season but Don Granato has called them out a little bit lately. What's up with that? It's probably team building (26:00). The guys give it up for injured Zemgus (35:00) and ask what's the deal with maybe still injured Casey Mittelstadt (37:00). Seems a little silly that Victor Olofsson is mentioned in some trade rumors (45:00) and Kyle Okposo could in some for next year as well but why (52:00)? The guys wrap it up around the hour mark and look ahead to what mayhem next week will bring. Thanks for listening and thanks for all your positive feedback -- we welcome it and survive based on it.Follow Lance and Joe on Twitter!Read Lance's work at The Buffalo NewsRead Joe's work at Noted HockeyBig thanks to our musician friends --Intro: MerlinBerlin -- "Orbit" - Find them on BandcampOutro: Chips 'N Cellos -- Boss Fight (Sabre Dance, Khachaturian) - Find them on Bandcamp  

The Kongversation: Donkey Kong Universe Discussion
1002 - The Slush Fun'd: Sabre Wulf

The Kongversation: Donkey Kong Universe Discussion

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2022 185:29


Let's guzzle some tea and have another chat about Sabre Wulf! Hyle has revived his DK Vine Forum series "The Slush Fun'd" to chronicle his experiences playing the Game Boy Advance cult classic, and he and Dustin will delve into all of his findings and theories, including the game's timeline placement in the DKU and a grand unifying theory between it, Donkey Kong Land, Conker's Pocket Tales, Donkey Kong 64, Banjo-Tooie, Mario Super Sluggers, Donkey Kong Country Returns, Sea of Thieves, and... Imhotep for the Commodore 64?

POD GOOD HIOU
-21-#Podcast -La chronique Poutine agite le sabre d'Armageddon en confrontation avec l'Occident. MP3

POD GOOD HIOU

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2022 11:54


La guerre en Ukraine ou la Russie menace d'utiliser le Zéyang d'Armageddon depuis la dernière guerre mondiale, aucun autre dirigeant sur terre n'a jamais brandie ouvertement. Le président Vladimir Poutine vient de le faire, en avertissant avec un ton martial dans un discours qu'il avait les armes disponibles si quelqu'un ose utiliser des moyens militaires pour tenter d'arrêter la prise de contrôle de l'Ukraine par la Russie. La menace était peut-être vide, une simple mise à nu des crocs par le président russe, mais elle a été remarquée. Cela a suscité des visions d'un résultat cauchemardesque dans lequel les ambitions du président Poutine en Ukraine pourraient conduire à une guerre nucléaire par accident ou erreur de calcul. Le président Poutine a déclaré dans son discours d'avant l'invasion jeudi matin, je cite « En ce qui concerne les affaires militaires, même après la dissolution de l'URSS et la perte d'une partie considérable de ses capacités, la Russie d'aujourd'hui reste l'un des États nucléaires les plus puissants ». La Russie a un certain avantage dans plusieurs armes de pointe. Donc on ne devrait pas en avoir aucun doute pour tout agresseur potentiel qui fera face à une défaite et à des conséquences inquiétantes s'il attaque directement notre pays. En suggérant simplement une réponse nucléaire, le président Poutine a mis en jeu la possibilité troublante que les combats actuels en Ukraine puissent éventuellement dégénérer en une confrontation atomique entre la Russie et les États-Unis. #RUSSIE #Ukraine #Otan #Europe #Poutine #Guerre --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/felicite-vincent/message

The Office ASMR - A Podcast to Sleep To
The Office S06E15 - Sabre (Sleep Podcast)

The Office ASMR - A Podcast to Sleep To

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2022 24:03


Have you tried making everything smaller. Connect over on Twitter: http://twitter.com/asmroffice Don't miss Scrubs ASMR where I narrate every episode of Scrubs to help you fall asleep

The Parting Schotts Podcast
Talking about ex-Sabre Eichel with Joe Yerdon

The Parting Schotts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 34:50


On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” Daily Gazette Associate Sports Editor Ken Schott talks about the return of former Buffalo Sabre Jack Eichel to the NHL with his new team, the Vegas Golden Knights, with Joe Yerdon, host of “The Maintenance Day Podcast” and a writer for “Noted Hockey.” Schott and Yerdon will discuss the impact Eichel, who missed time after neck surgery, could have with the Golden Knights, and what the future holds for the Sabres post-Eichel. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts.

The Conservatude Podcast With Mark Kremer
(S2E13)...Truckers, Hillary's Suckers, and Joe Biden's Sabre Rattling Hucksters...

The Conservatude Podcast With Mark Kremer

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 64:42


Welcome to The Conservatude Podcast With Mark Kremer! You'll find conservative analysis, thought, and opinion for the 21st Century! He's a proud father, veteran, and Constitutionalist. If you're looking for analysis to help you fight those who hate Freedom, you're in the RIGHT place! We ARE the Home of Freedom…we CELEBRATE America…and we believe America is STILL worth fighting for!! Enjoy the show!! Episode Guide: 00:34....Introduction 02:34....Freedom Convoy Update...Trudeau is STILL an Idiot... 09:54....Hillary Clinton SHOULD be shaking in her Boots...UPDATE... 47:31....Ukraine is becoming Joe Biden's Waterloo.... 1:04:29....How you can Help us GROW! Follow us on Social Media: Facebook Gettr Twitter

The Kongversation: Donkey Kong Universe Discussion
1001 - DKU Tribunal Special Session: Sabre Wulf

The Kongversation: Donkey Kong Universe Discussion

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2022 101:00


In the first of several special Tribunal episodes throughout the season, Hyle and the gang set out to reexamine if Sabre Wulf for the Game Boy Advance should be considered part of the shared universe of Donkey Kong. It's a twisty, convoluted journey into how shared universes have evolved in the popular imagination over the past 50 years, DK Vine's own rules on the subject, and how it all relates to the weird case of a 2004 GBA game about an old British man getting chased by a wolf.

Up Your Creative Genius
Stacey Stevenson: The importance of creating equality for LGBTQ in corporate environments

Up Your Creative Genius

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 40:41


Stacey Stevenson is an experienced business leader who has worked in Defense, Technology, and Finance senior roles. She was recently Senior Managing Director at Charles Schwab and Co. in Westlake, Texas, where she oversaw major initiatives, including Voice Technology, Digital, and Talent. While at Charles Schwab, she tirelessly advocated for creating a safe and inclusive space for all in the workplace in her roles as local and National co-chair for Schwab's Pride ERG and through the partnerships she established with multiple LGBTQ non-profits. Stacey has been active in the fight for equality in Dallas through leading community projects and non-profit board service. She and her wife Cheralyn have been married 15 years and reside in Dallas with their 7-year old twin boys Duke and London. Timestamp 1:46 Who is Stacey Stevenson 5:27 Challenges that Stacey faced being as a minority group in corporate environments 13:12 Stacey shares her story of the importance of family quality 19:26 Shifting from corporate to nonprofit 23:26 Stacey's tip in getting into her role 28:46 Stacey's talks about being in parenthood 31:28 Stacey's life's vision 36:09 Tips on pivoting in life and getting through challenges Social Media Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/staceystevenson/ Family Equality https://www.familyequality.org/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/upyourcreativegenius/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/patti-dobrowolski-532368/ Up Your Creative Geniushttps://www.upyourcreativegenius.com/ Patti Dobrowolski 00:03 Hello superstars, welcome to the Up Your Creative Genius podcast where you will gain insight and tips to stomp on the accelerator and blast off to transform your business and your life. I'm your host, Patti Dobrowolski. And if this is your first time tuning in, then strap in because this is serious rocket fuel. Each week, I interview fellow creative geniuses to help you learn how easy it is to up your creative genius in any part of your life. Hey, everybody, oh my gosh, I have Stacey Stevenson here. And let me just say that, by chance through my wife, Julie, I got to meet her. And then I went to our house for a fundraiser. And she is the consummate Rockstar, I'm just saying that she is from Texas, that she's been and done so many things in technology and everywhere that it's just amazing. So right now she's the CEO of Family and Quality, which is advancing equality for LGBTQ families, which Yes, thank you very much for that. And before that, she worked for Charles Schwab. And she did all kinds of things as the senior managing director there, she did voice tech and digital and talent. But mostly on top of that, she ran a pride ERG, and she'll tell us what that means. But she wanted to create a safe and inclusive environment for everybody. And so I love that you have done this. And I'm so happy to have you here so we can talk about all of that. Let's get going. Welcome to the show. Stacey Stevenson 01:44 Thank you, Patti. Thanks for having me. Patti Dobrowolski 01:46 Oh, man, that's so great. So I just want you to tell us a little bit about you tell us your story. And just tell us how did you get to do what you're doing now? And what's your past? Like? You're from Texas. So tell me about what it's like to be in Texas, cuz I haven't been here that long. And so to meet you was like, Oh, yes. Finally, my people, right. So tell me, what's your story? How did you get to do what you're doing now? Stacey Stevenson 02:12 Sure. So yes, I am a native Texan. And I'm from South Texas. So about six hours from Dallas, a small town called Robstown Texas. Yeah. And I, that's where I grew up. And, you know, at some point, I'll kind of fast forward a little bit about 20 or 21 years old, I decided that I was going to leave the small town. And you know, that really had a lot of things to do with being a queer person in a small town, Texas, it had a lot to do with having to drop out of high school after being pulled out of the closet. Patti Dobrowolski 02:46 Oh wow, somebody outed you? Stacey Stevenson 02:48 Yeah, someone outed me, you know, so it'd be a teenager who's discovering themselves and finding your first girlfriend, then that whole first love thing that happens that we all feel in high school, and to be drugged out of the closet when you're trying to figure out your own identity and love and what that all means, you know, it was pretty traumatic. And so being pulled out of the closet that led to dropping out of high school dropping out of high school, obviously lead to dead end jobs, lots of evictions, couchsurfing, all those sorts of things. I had to make a decision. Patti Dobrowolski 03:23 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 03:23 What did I want to do? And was I going to continue to live this life. And I'll say that I always had big dreams when I was a little girl. Patti Dobrowolski 03:31 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 03:31 And for some reason, I got away from those. But at about 20, 21, I was on my friend's couch, sleeping on his couch. And I said, You know what, I need to do something different. This is not the life that I planned for myself. So I scraped up $70 and jumped in the car and drove to Dallas, Texas, and that's, you know, 20 something years ago. And you know, really what that part of my life was all about was creating the life that I wanted to live. And so how do I do that as someone who is a GED graduate, and with maybe one or two college credits under my belt, right? And when I got to Dallas, I just decided to go in on everything and say, You know what, I want to learn technology. Is it possible to get a job in technology? Yes. And you know what I did? How do you kind of aging myself, I picked up a Windows 95 manual. Went back and read it, and then went to a job interview to be a technical support analyst. And I got the job. And that's where my technology, job path started with being a Technical Support Analyst. And from there, I decided that I loved leadership, and I saw how bad leadership really impacted employees and how great leadership really motivated employees. And I had a lot of examples of bad leaders. And so I started to also get into leadership. And from there, I had my first management position at a huge defence company, Northrop Grumman, and for Northrop Grumman, I went to Sabre, which is another 10 Yes, me here in the Dallas area, and From Sabre, I went to Charles Schwab. And that was, you know, kind of fast forwarding that was like a 20 something year corporate career, from technology to keep supply chain, organisational development, I think I've done it all. But in all of those positions, what was really constant was leadership. And the other thing I'll say, is that going back to school, right, and getting my bachelor's degree, getting my MBA, that was all part of the plan, and what led lag and all those jobs. Patti Dobrowolski 05:27 Oh, my gosh, I love that. And I think one of the things that I love particularly about that is that you came to this pivot point, right? Where you were on that couch, and you said to the person whose house you're in, I got to go do this $70 or not, you know, I'm going to go do it. And that piece takes so much courage. And I think, part of what I know from meeting you, right, and going to your house and meeting your sons and your wife, and just being in that environment, with all the people that were supporting family equality, right, was that I felt like, there was a through line in the stories that you told and that other people told about courage about standing up for yourself and making a way where there wasn't a way before. And I think, you know, I always ask people would you do with the challenges that you came up against? But what challenges did you face in all those corporate environments? Because, number one, you're coming in without their other people have an education, you haven't got one, you're coming in from that swinging. And then the colour of your skin? You got that going? Yes, you know, and you're gay. So let's just add all of that in there. And woman. So tell me a little bit about what was challenging and then environment? 06:43 Yeah, so you hit the nail on the head with the education piece. I think that was my own personal challenge in where I was in these spaces. I was getting interviewed for these positions, I obviously made it to the table to get interviewed and got the resumes and all those sorts of things. But this innate feeling of unworthiness was prevalent, because, well, you don't have an education, you know, all the other candidates have degrees, and they're not an adult trying to get their bachelor's degree, they've done this in college, etc. So having to deal with the education piece was really more of a personal issue for me, because I was sort of projecting and unworthiness in my presence when I was presenting myself and kind of going to people going, you know, I know, I don't have a bachelor's degree as the lead in state. Patti Dobrowolski 07:29 As the lead in. Yeah, yeah. Stacey Stevenson 07:31 They're not even asking me about it. Yeah. So that was my own personal challenge. And, and I think I showed up in different ways. When I was still dealing with that challenge, when I could have just been my best self and just been in there kicking butt, I have this sort of cloak of unworthiness that I have to deal with. So that was one of the challenges that that was really prevalent, especially early in my corporate career, you know, the fact of being a black woman, that was absolutely a challenge. And, you know, I always tell people, I've dealt with bias and discrimination, but I never know if it's because I'm black. Because I'm a woman, or because I'm queer. I don't know which one it is. So you're trying to balance those things. But I do know, you know, I was told by a manager that he couldn't put me in front of clients, because he didn't know if I was going to come out to those clients. And he felt that if I came out to those clients that it was going to harm his business. So I did deal with things like that. And so what does that cause? Now I'm closeted. Patti Dobrowolski 08:28 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 08:28 Now, I'm not being my authentic self. Now, I'm pretending to have a husband. Yes, exactly. We're in order to survive. And I think the other thing when you're the only LGBTQ plus person in the room, which happens a lot, I think, then we also just sort of just, by default, we start to kind of show up and close in, we're not being ourselves, and we're not telling the stories of our weekends with our partners, etc. So I dealt with that quite a bit. And, you know, one of the ways I think that I decided to really combat that is to start leading in employee resource groups. And when I was at Northrop Grumman, that was my first foray into being a part of a pride employee resource group. So we are supporting the employees that are LGBTQ and that they have resources, and they have a safe space to come meet every now and then every now and then to talk about their experiences at work, and how do we create the best experience for the network in that safe space for the network to exist and do their work? Patti Dobrowolski 09:25 Yeah, I think that an ERG or that employee resource group is so valuable there. And also, it's the place where you can be yourself. Because I think, you know, you can imagine I'm older than you are. So way back when when I came out, I mean, every single time I went into business, who I was working for, they would always say, you know, you can't come out there, you know, it's not gonna be an opportunity for you and I would just find a way to do it anyway, I would just do it. I didn't care what they said. And you know, Because I realised that if I could be myself in front of those people, they could be themselves. And so in some groups, I felt confident enough, or I had a deep enough bond where I would share that, right. But often it would just be with two or three people in the room that I was facilitating, I would share with them, it wasn't a thing where now you can just be yourself. And even now, in some circles, it's still shocking when I say my wife, and I, you know, and I make a point of it. I don't know about you, but I make a point. Because I want people to remember, hey, you know, the, yeah, I have a partner and she's doing great. So yeah, but I think that, that it's hard to bring your authentic self, when you feel like that there's so much judgement in the world based on not having an experience with someone like you. Stacey Stevenson 10:53 Yeah, I agree. You know what the other thing is, and I appreciate that cuz I wish that we had when you said you were still you would still do it anyway, even though you were told not to. And I wish that I had models like that like you in my career who are doing it. But I think the other thing is also cultural. So as an African American person, whose family is from the South who grew up Baptist. Patti Dobrowolski 11:15 Oh, yeah. Stacey Stevenson 11:15 And think about the whole coming out, you know, story, not just what happened at school in the way that the kids responded? How did my family respond? Yeah, my coming out, oh, how many times did the issue of church and God and being a sinner come up? And the messages that I was told as a little girl about homosexuality, live with me, and I think probably maybe even back then even the safest places? I think I still would have been hesitant because of those messages that stick with you that you're hearing at home, right before you can leave the nest. Patti Dobrowolski 11:50 Yes. And I think people now they realise how powerful your words are, or we hope that they do. But of course, you know, my parents. When I came out, I was 17. And they were like, my dad went around the side of the house and cried, you know, my mom's and my siblings said, you know, we love you no matter what. But what was true is my parents never told anyone that I was gay, until they were in their 70s. And towards the end of their life, they said it to one of their friends. And their friends said my son is gay. And they were like, oh, you know, finally. And you know, so you think about that. So they could say one thing, but they wouldn't tell anybody so that at my mother's funeral, right. And afterwards, the celebration, I was introducing my wife to them, because they had no idea that I was gay. No, not at all. And so, you know, they just knew what I done and accomplished and all those things. You know how it is. Stacey Stevenson 12:56 Oh, yeah, think about what kind of support system that could have been for your parents. Only had they said something. Right. Right. And kind of built that network. But again, trying generational differences. Patti Dobrowolski 13:06 That's right. Stacey Stevenson 13:07 Here is and I mean, I think it's awesome. That in their own way, I guess they supported you. Patti Dobrowolski 13:12 Yeah, they did. They did. I mean, you know, I found that card, I always tell this story to my wife, Julie, right. You know, you and your wife, and Julie and I've been married the same amount of time, right. But my mom for years, because I was a serial monogamist she had a card with everybody's name on it, and then there'll be a line through it, and then the next girlfriend's name with their phone number, and then a line through it. And then the next one, I found that in like a bar, after she had passed, I was like, Oh, my God, but she, you know, she always gave them everything Christmas presents, and was completely embracing. However, that was like a reflection of me. I was like, Oh, my God. And I'm glad I changed that habit. Right, exactly. Well, that's fascinating. So now talk a little bit about the role that you're in now, because I met your beautiful boys. And I think that what you're doing with family quality is amazing. So tell the listeners a little bit about that. Stacey Stevenson 14:08 Yeah. So I am, you know, on a backup a little bit, I left corporate America. Patti Dobrowolski 14:14 Yes. And so during the pandemic, but during the pandemic, right, and then why did you leave during the pandemic, right? Stacey Stevenson 14:21 So surprising if someone would have asked me a couple of what she's How long has this pandemic been around? Like, almost three years. So someone would have asked me in early 2020, or 2019, if I was going to leave Corporate America, I would have thought that they were Are you kidding? You're crazy. Patti Dobrowolski 14:36 Money is good. Leadership. Stacey Stevenson 14:39 Got my leadership. I got it right. And I like and again, go back to who I was, and who I thought I would not be. And now I'm here in Corporate America, like why would I ever take any of that away? And then during the pandemic, you know, I call it COVID Clarity. I think we all had COVID Clarity. Definitely He has so still having to pick still oh my god, yeah, we're still having it so much time to think. Patti Dobrowolski 15:06 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 15:06 And, you know, it gave me time to decide if I was really doing good in the world in the way that I wanted to. And if I was really putting forth all those challenges, I went through the coming out of the closet, what happened to my parents being rejected when we were trying to build our family? To all those things? How did I really want to use that in a way to help people? And you know, I made the decision that it was time to go do something different. And it was time to take a risk, it was time to bet on myself. And, you know, you could say, I bet on myself, you know, in the past, and I think I did, but it's like those bets, I think, have to keep getting bigger. Patti Dobrowolski 15:42 Well, this is a big bet. I mean, this was like, now you're stepping into your true self. Do you know what I'm saying? There, you're stepping into, you're the leader, you're the CEO. So that means you're overseeing all of it. But you're in your authentic stream, like there's not a moment that you're not living your full life. Stacey Stevenson 16:01 Exactly. And that was part of the COVID clarity to have. This isn't me, Charles Schwab is a great company. I think, you know, folks, they're great company, supportive of the LGBTQ+ community. And you know, all sorts of I think under representation or underrepresented people, when I was at 12, we really were trying to do our best to ensure that we were uplifting those people. Patti Dobrowolski 16:21 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 16:21 And then at the same time, was I living my authentic self. And I think to an extent, I thought that I was I'm leading an ERG, I'm out at work, I'm talking about my wife, and my kids, and people know who I am and what we do, and all those sorts of things. And then at the same time, there's still this authenticity, I think, as an LGBTQ+ person that for again, this cloak of even the maybe closetness that we still carry this I carry and didn't know I was carrying it. Fast forward to, I decided to apply for panel quality. And my wife thinks I'm crazy. She says, You love corporate America, this is your thing. This is what you do. She went back to that when I met you. You told me that this is what you do. And this is what you will do. And I was kind of you know, on this career trajectory. Patti Dobrowolski 17:04 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 17:05 And so she thought it was crazy. Maybe I thought I was a little bit crazy. But maybe that's great. If we sometimes get I think, a little bit crazier out of our comfort zone. But I decided to apply for this job. And yeah, you know, the at a CEO level, like he said, and the committee that was responsible for hiring, they had their doubts, because I didn't have extensive nonprofit experience that sat on boards. But what is this person going to offer? Patti Dobrowolski 17:27 Right. Stacey Stevenson 17:27 That the traditional nonprofit, you know, candidate could actually give us and I had to demonstrate that those years and years of business and leadership that I had had under my belt at Schwab and Sabre and Northrop Grumman, were beneficial to the nonprofit world. Patti Dobrowolski 17:44 Definitely. Stacey Stevenson 17:46 You know, but you have to demonstrate that and not only that, I have a lived experience, my wife and I live in Texas, we're a black lesbian couple in Texas, raising twin black boys. And by the way, we had a very rocky journey with you holding our family, including an adoption agency in Texas telling us that they wouldn't work with us that women were not going to pick us anyway. But by the way, we're not going to work with you, because you are a same sex couple, you know, having fertility doctors give us the runaround, you know, so that experience of being rejected when you're trying to build a family when you're you make that decision to have a child, which is just a huge decision. Patti Dobrowolski 18:28 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 18:28 And then you go forth, because that takes courage to write to say, yeah, like, I'm going to raise other humans, that's just a whole other level of courage as well. And then you go do that and take that big step. And then they tell you that you're not good enough, and that you can't do it, I felt I could take that live, that hurt. That pain, the experience of being in Corporate America, and take all that and make an effect and an impact and family quality. And thankfully, after very long, you know, almost six months interview process. Patti Dobrowolski 18:57 Really, the grill is really, really one side than the other. Stacey Stevenson 19:03 They selected me and I'm thankful and I'm so happy to be at family quality. I feel like I am where I am supposed to be. And it's almost like what took me so long to get here. Yeah. It took me so long to figure that out. But I think in life, it does take us some time to figure out where we truly belong. We're living someone else's life. We don't even know it. We're sometimes living someone else's life, or someone's out someone else's version of life. And we don't know. Patti Dobrowolski 19:26 Yeah, yeah, I would agree. I think that, you know, we get impacted by everything around us. And when we form a belief about who we should be and how we should act, and then we live that as if it's reality. And just like our personality, we think our personality is real. Instead of that, it's just one suit we put on and it can change over time. And that, you know, really when you work in the corporate sector, I mean, you just wear a certain suit really all the time, and you button yourself down in ways that are hard to explain, but you can feel it inside. And it reminds me when I was a kid, my mom would dress me up in these little frilly outfits and I would scream, you know, age 3 when I came in the house put on my real clothes, I need my real clothes. Yes. And that is always how I felt in corporate America, you know, and now I'm like, whatever, you know, I'm gonna wear I wear and be who I am. And these things will help to create the change. So you went from a corporate position to running a nonprofit. So what did you have to learn? And how do you have to grow in yourself in order to do that? Because those are two different cultures. I know from working at the Gates Foundation, there were three cultures. One was people from Microsoft, one was nonprofits and one more entrepreneurs that had come in. So what in your case? Would you have to manage or learn and do? Stacey Stevenson 20:50 Yeah, well, I had to learn that one, it is very different. So in terms of resources, and finances, you know, you think about the companies that I've worked for that if you had unlimited resources, but you had a pretty big budget. Patti Dobrowolski 21:04 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 21:05 What you needed to do. And all you needed to do is go through the the hierarchy, or sometimes bureaucracy to get an approval to get it. But the money was there, you got a nonprofit to be running a nonprofit, and to be so cognizant about the dollars, and these are donor dollars, and how are we using those in impactful way, but needing to run an organisation as efficiently and effective as possible, but not having the unlimited or, you know, the, you know, a big budget to do. So I had to learn very quickly, how do I stay nimble? How do I work within the confines of our budget, and also make something create something new. And that was a learning curve for me. And I think I'm getting around it of figuring out, I can work this within the budget, but we're going to have to be super creative. And I think what it's done is it's forced me to be even more creative than I would have sometimes when you have access to, you know, just a plethora of options, and you're not really as creative as you maybe we would be. And I had to get super creative. I think the other thing I had to learn is how to interact with the board members, because I've been a board member. Now I'm a co responsible to the board. Patti Dobrowolski 22:14 Exactly. Stacey Stevenson 22:15 Managing all those different board personalities. Patti Dobrowolski 22:17 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 22:18 Managing, you know, who is kind of like sceptical of maybe by being here, who's maybe a champion, how do I kind of bring everybody on board? And you know, I think the other challenge too, is just to be quite honest, was realising that I'm the first black leader in the history of family quality. And to be honest, after 42 years of this nonprofit being. Patti Dobrowolski 22:41 Wow. Stacey Stevenson 22:42 And you know, a while Patti, I was telling myself, I don't want to make that a thing. That's not a thing, you know. And I think that's a whole conditioning of African American people to have taught not to rock the boat a lot. Patti Dobrowolski 22:52 Yeah, yeah. Stacey Stevenson 22:52 When it comes to race. But it's not really about rocking boat. It's the fact Yeah, there are implications that come along with that, definitely, while I went in with eyes wide open, there are also things that I learned along the way, that being the first black leader and how people respond to you, and how you have to show up are still very different. And that's something that's a consistent theme, whether I'm in corporate or whether I'm in nonprofit, I'm still a black woman, and in the ways in which I have to show up are very different than some of my peers. So thinking about that, like. Patti Dobrowolski 23:26 Yeah, yeah, tell me tell me that, educate, educate the listeners a little bit about what that means. You have to show up somewhat differently. So how are you having to course correct or, you know, sort of position yourself? Stacey Stevenson 23:41 Mm hmm. Yeah. You know, I think it's really about you. We all want to show up. competent. Yeah. And I think for many of us, sometimes our resume and our background is enough to get people to buy into our vision, who we are, yeah, oftentimes for black woman in a clear black woman, we have to work harder at getting people to believe our merit, and that what we are bringing to the table is genuine and not we weren't put in this position, just because I got people asking me if I was a token, because I am the first black leader station. Patti Dobrowolski 24:18 Wow. Stacey Stevenson 24:19 So having to really fight that to go no, no, no, no, no, it's not tokenism. The board did its due diligence. And here's my long resume. And with all my accolades and things that I've done in my education, and I belong here, so it's really it's almost like this constant, reaffirming to others and sometimes ourselves that I belong in this. Patti Dobrowolski 24:39 Yes. Stacey Stevenson 24:39 Because I've done all this stuff. And my resume is just as great as any of my other peers who may not look like me or love like me. So it's a constant reaffirming and navigating and shimming that you have to do and thankfully, you know, I have a supporting board, but you know, I have, I'm responsible for to the board, to donors to the employees, all of that and there's implications that come along with that. But you have to continue. Patti Dobrowolski 25:02 Yeah, definitely. And I just think that sounds very tiresome to me. That's what to me, it feels, you know, I was talking to one of my guests was Lani Phillips, and we were talking about it. And she was like, it's exhausting. You know, it can be exhausting that piece of it. And I think I don't think people can appreciate that, if you have never lived that experience. Stacey Stevenson 25:26 Yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 25:26 How exhausting it really is, and how important it is to really note and check your bias that you bring to every conversation. I mean, that is, no matter who you are in the world, it's an everyday thing. It's not just one and done, read a book, take a workshop, whatever, you have to really go out in the world and have an experience. So that you know, I mean, it's incredible. And I just want to say, thank you so much for everything that you do in the world. And you you know, you really are a black leader in Dallas. That's what's true. Like you're recognised as that you've been, I, you know, I did all this back channel, looking at what you'd been up to listen to some other podcasts where you're like, Oh, my God, she's incredible. And you really are. But that's a very different, that's a very different thing to be working in Corporate America and then be running a nonprofit, yeah, you really are accountable to everyone. So that's like, that's a lot of shoulder, you know, you got to get those lifts, because that's what it is. And I think stakeholder engagement, what you're talking about there, you know, it's really, it's essential. And I was thinking, man, you really need a good therapist, you know, therapists. Stacey Stevenson 26:50 I have to rationally oftentimes I tell people, that my wife is probably tired of being my therapist. But you know, because that's what happens, right? We get up, yes. Or we come home, and we're glad to go. And we talk to our spouse, and we lay all this on them. Patti Dobrowolski 27:06 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 27:06 But I also will say, I just have to say something about therapy. You know, I'm someone who has what I would call a traumatic background. And then at the same time coming from the African American community where we don't really embrace a lot of times, health. I am so on board with people having therapists, and I fully support it, we need it, we need it. And that doesn't mean that you're anything wrong with you. Patti Dobrowolski 27:27 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 27:27 There's no crazy or anything. It's just you need an outlet. We all need that. Patti Dobrowolski 27:32 Yeah, that's right. You know, I was trained as a drama therapist. So I know all about the drama. And I think that it's essential for people to show up really in the way that they need to, and then to kind of sort through all the pieces of it. Because where we get in trouble is when we press ourselves down, to try to fit or hold back the feelings that we're having, instead of saying what's true, and then sorting it out with the other person. And I think that, that, when you are always having to be on guard, you don't get the opportunity to do that. You can't just call it as it is. And so part of I think the the challenge for all of us in this new era, you know, the pre COVID, you know, now we have an AC and so now we're in AC and so in that place, we have to be truly listening to each other, and then being authentic about what is true for us and know that, you know, you're not always going to say it right? And well, you're going to do the best you can. And that there's got to be a lot of grace for that a lot of grace Stacey Stevenson 28:45 Is AC after COVID? Patti Dobrowolski 28:46 After COVID. Yeah. Yeah, after COVID. Like I think pre COVID And after COVID. Because we're not after it, I don't think but you know, that's the moment when it started, right? And so now when you think about that, so you now have these two beautiful boys, are you having a good time with them? Stacey Stevenson 29:07 Speaking of authenticity, parenting is the most beautiful and challenging experience that a human can undertake. That's what I will say, and I am having fun with him. I'm also learning from them. And that is so hard because I am taught or retaught as parents that we are the authority figure. We know best we know it all. And then at the end of the day, I'm like, I don't know at all. Yeah. And how was it that I could actually learn something from the seven year old and let's be grudgingly I don't want to learn from them. But I am learning from them. And it's been a really it's been a stretching experience for me because I'm you know, I love my parents that you saw the story about my dad throwing the party that you attended, love my parents. And at the same time, I don't want to make some of the mistakes that my parents made. So I'm having lots of fun and then also try to be cognizant of not making the mistakes and I I'm going to make mistakes. I'm going to screw it. I already know that but, but fun fun is the thing that we're trying to implement here at the house. Because again, petty things can get so damn serious sometimes. Patti Dobrowolski 30:10 Oh, yeah, I think and people are, you know, I think there's all the boundary setting piece, right? So the boundaries, and then the freedom, and then you know, the chaos, and you've got twins so they can work you. Stacey Stevenson 30:25 With each other. They're like, they like to do the tag team thing, you know? Yeah. But you know what we're having fun. What I will say about that? Is that just what we try to instil in them, because they get a lot of this from school, why do you have two moms or ew you have two moms. You know, I told the story of the house party about a teacher who was treating London badly. And we found out later, it's because he had two moms. And what I can say is that, you always wonder, how's that going to affect your kids? And then you sometimes I think, for the level of guilt, because they're having to take the shoulder that burden. They're being advocates at seven years old, you know, you and I know what advocacy is, and how hard and emotional that is. And it's the same in our kids are doing it to you that they have embraced the whole having a trauma thing, a mom and a mommy, it's like no problem. Like, what do you mean, what are you asking for? You know, I love my family, you know, and I love that, you know, you just never know. And we're in a, we're in a difficult environment, Texas, it can be a difficult environment from an inclusivity perspective for our community, as I'm sure you know. Yeah. And I'm so glad that they see the beauty in their family. Patti Dobrowolski 31:28 Yes, and and they every way talk about it, you know, I think that for them, it's like, yeah, no big deal. And I would think, you know, to me, you know, I was thinking about the things that make me mad. And this the thing is, the things that make me mad are the fact that this era that we're living in, didn't happen when I was coming out, you know, like those things I'm like, Yeah, but still in some pockets of the world, it's still the same, you know, things haven't changed. We live in Texas, you know, and I always read on Twitter, you know, they have things that happen in Texas there. And if you want a good laugh, and a good cry, just real people, right. But now, when you think about so I love that you started this whole conversation with talking about this wasn't the vision that you had of your life? So I'm curious, what do you envision for yourself, like, best case scenario, you know, three years from now, you know, what do you see yourself doing or being? What's that look like? Or when you're thinking about your trajectory? Stacey Stevenson 32:31 Sure. Learning to be of service to others. Yeah. And figuring out how do I do that in a really authentic way? Patti Dobrowolski 32:41 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 32:41 But at the same time, living the dreams that I have for myself, too. And I think that we get to live more of the dreams that we have. And we burn that service to others as part of the picture, not just service to ourselves. And if I get very specific, I want a best selling book. I want a New York Times bestseller book. Patti Dobrowolski 32:59 Alright. Stacey Stevenson 32:59 You know, I spent you did some of the research. And I've written a story for my time when I was a self harmer from age 15. Yes, it went viral, I guess somewhat, right. Patti Dobrowolski 33:09 Yes. Stacey Stevenson 33:10 But I would love to create a book on that. Patti Dobrowolski 33:12 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 33:13 Because people don't know that in the black community that we are cutting. So I would love to three years down the line is to have a book is to continue to be in the nonprofit space and to grow family quality, for to the budget that we have to have even larger budget in the larger budget we have is not just for budget sake, it means that we can serve more families, I want to be a part of that change. And then just working with folks like you to make change in Texas. What do we love to see in three years time, Texas be more like where you and your wife came from? in California? Patti Dobrowolski 33:44 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 33:44 In terms of laws and inclusivity. And just, you know, kind of progressive thought I would love to be a part of that change. And on a beach somewhere more authentic. Patti Dobrowolski 33:54 Yeah. That's so true. I just wanna I just want to clarify, though, my wife is from the Midwest. Stacey Stevenson 34:00 So she, she came? Patti Dobrowolski 34:02 Yes, she came from Iowa. And I came from California, and we met in Colorado. So we lived in multiple states, but she's not from California. I'm sure she wishes she was living in California, somewhere where the sun shines all the time, even better. But you know, I think that it is the opportunity. I think, wherever you have the most challenges, you're placed there, because you have this great opportunity to serve. And if you can figure out how do I serve within this environment in such a way that I can help transform the lives of this person and that person. It's not always big change, you know, big change is 3.5% of an area if you can get 3.5% to come together in a non violent way. That's how change occurs on a massive scale. And so we have to just assume that we're part of of Texas is 3.5%. And that somewhere in here, we're going to find the rest of that 3.5%. And we're going to do what needs to be done here, which is just shift to what people know, in their heart is the right thing, which is love. Stacey Stevenson 35:18 It's all about love. And some people I think, sometimes want to give up on Texas like, oh, there's no way we can make change there. I don't believe that. And I'm the kind of person who believes that there's always a way. Patti Dobrowolski 35:27 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 35:28 You know, to do something to make change. It's in so I'm, we'll work together. Patti Dobrowolski 35:32 We'll do it. We will. Yeah, we will. Because we're neighbours down the street. I know. I know it. I'm coming to your neighbourhood to get some bagels and just a few minutes. So you know. Stacey Stevenson 35:43 Yes. You have to try that bagel shop. Patti Dobrowolski 35:45 Oh, yeah. Well, you can meet me there after we're done. I'll be over there. Oh, you'll be going to work though. I'm sure. Stacey Stevenson 35:50 I'll be do I've been back to back meetings. Patti Dobrowolski 35:53 Oh, yeah. I should be dropping them off at your house. And since I'm not I'm saying, Oh, do Stacey Stevenson 35:59 They have great like, do they have everything they go on? Patti Dobrowolski 36:02 Yeah, they have? Oh, it's unbelievable. Yeah. Oh, it's just everything that you ever loved. Stacey Stevenson 36:09 There? Patti Dobrowolski 36:09 Is there? Yeah. Oh, Dan's bagels. Fantastic. Now, so tell people when you think about, you know, all of the ways in which you have been able to pivot from the time you were on that couch to working in those multiple organisations? What piece of advice would you give to people that are listening? who maybe need to make a pivot in some area? Who had that hard conversation with themselves during COVID? What would you say? What would be some tips? Stacey Stevenson 36:36 Yeah. So one of the things I said earlier is betting on yourself. And I think that it's easier said than done. But all of us have these great dreams and these hopes, and sometimes that's all they end up being is just dreams and hopes. I think that you have to bet on yourself, no matter what the naysayers are saying. And when I was on that couch, I had people tell me, why would you ever go to Dallas? You number one, you don't have enough money? Number two, you're not going to make it number three, you don't have an education. Patti Dobrowolski 37:08 That's right. Stacey Stevenson 37:08 And, and whether I'm on the couch, or whether I'm at Charles Schwab having this really deep moment of contemplation going, should I leave? And I had voices telling me to why would you do that? But what would you do so? Or why are you doing it so better yourself in don't listen to the naysayers because I think that all of us in our heart knew exactly what we truly need. It's just that we don't believe it. We don't listen to it. Patti Dobrowolski 37:33 Right. Stacey Stevenson 37:33 But that we let the crowd lead us more than I think we let ourselves lead ourselves in our path. So that on yourself. And I think that this whole notion of you know, one of the things I got out of your session that we had with you the other day that the trading session, be outrageous. And I didn't know at the time that I was being outrageous on that couch. I didn't know at that time, it was being outrageous when I decided to be Charles Schwab. But when you said that the other day, I was like, Oh, I was being outrageous. And you know, in their outrageous is on a spectrum, right doesn't have to be something like you just left your job and you will have another income outrageous on a spectrum. But push yourself, be uncomfortable. Do something that's scary, and see what happens. And I think that we need to be more outrageous, less fearful and better ourselves. Patti Dobrowolski 38:20 Yeah. Stacey Stevenson 38:21 That's that's the key. Patti Dobrowolski 38:21 I love that. I love that big bet. Bet on yourself and be courageous and outrageous. You got to be outrageous. And that could be as simple as getting your eyebrows waxed. Who knows? Stacey Stevenson 38:32 Absolutely. Patti Dobrowolski 38:32 You know what I'm saying? Stacey Stevenson 38:34 And the best keep changing. Patti? I'll say that to you. That's right, maybe you're betting you know, this is happens when people are I'm not a gambler. But I'm sure that if you keep winning, you continue to bet on yourself. And even a bigger, bigger way. Keep up in the butt to keep increasing your bets, as you would be surprised at what happens and I'm sure you've done it in your life too. We're so afraid and we make that leap and that bet and maybe it doesn't happen exactly the way we think it's going to happen. But in the end, we end up where we need to be and. Patti Dobrowolski 38:59 That's right. Stacey Stevenson 39:00 That's what I suggest. Patti Dobrowolski 39:02 Yeah, I love it. And you know, the bigger the bet the more courage that you build and the more confidence you build to go out and do the next thing and the next thing because who knew you know you were just going in and reading a manual on applying for the job and getting it right and then look at where you are you know in the life you've built for yourself and that's really what it's about. So I thank you so much. Thank you hear this amazing it was so much fun and I can't wait to see you and have bagels with you. Stacey Stevenson 39:33 I'm craving bagels now Patti Dobrowolski 39:34 I know it. I thank you so much and listeners just for all of you. Just be sure to look in the show notes for how you can follow Stacey and get in on what she's doing and supporter in any way you can. And thank you again everybody go out you know do what you do and Up Your Creative Genius. Let's do this. Thank you Thanks so much for listening today. Be sure to DM me on Instagram your feedback or takeaways from today's episode on Up Your Creative Genius. Then join me next week for more rocket fuel. Remember, you are the superstar of your universe and the world needs what you have to bring. So get busy, get out and Up Your Creative Genius. And no matter where you are in the universe, here's some big love from yours truly Patti Dobrowolski and the Up Your Creative Genius podcast. That's a wrap.

The Danielle Smith Podcast
AEG Podcast 23: Bitcoin, Blockchain and Miners - What they are and what I should know about them

The Danielle Smith Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2022 72:53


Today I talk to Art Maat, CEO of Nektar ACS Edmonton and Phil Harvey, CEO of Sabre 56 Bitcoin about all thing crypto

The Gate 15 Podcast Channel
The Gate 15 Interview EP 18. RILA Perspective on Organized Retail Crime, plus Mama's Meatballs, Country Music and Jersey Rock n' Roll

The Gate 15 Podcast Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 62:42


The Gate 15 Interview: RILA Perspective on Organized Retail Crime, plus Mama's Meatballs, Country Music and Jersey Rock n' RollIn this episode of The Gate 15 Interview, Andy Jabbour speaks with two leaders from the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA), Ms. Lisa LaBruno, RILA's Senior Executive Vice President of Retail Operations, and Mr. Michael Hanson, RILA's Senior Executive Vice President of Public Affairs. The RILA “is the U.S. trade association for leading retailers. RILA partners with leading retailers to meet the challenges of a dynamic economy. Through collaboration and thought leadership, we advance ideas that foster free markets, competition, economic growth, and sustainability.” RILA on Twitter, @RILATweeets.In the discussion we address: The enduring threat of Organized Retail Crime (ORC) Private sector activity relating to ORC Private-public partnership and legislative action on ORC RILA's focus for 2022 Country music, meatballs, Springsteen, and more! A few references mentioned in or relevant to our discussion include: RILA website - https://www.rila.org Real Estate Information Sharing and Analysis Center (RE-ISAC) RILA: CEOS Call on Congress to Address Surge of Retail Crime, 09 Dec 2021 The Buy Safe America Coalition Impact of Organized Retail Crime and Product Theft, Buy Safe America The INFORM Consumers Act of 2020, Buy Safe America Retailers Press Amazon to Back INFORM Consumers Act, Buy Safe America, 27 Aug 2020 Durbin, Cassidy, Grassley, Hirono, Coons, Tillis Introduce Bill to Ensure Greater Transparency for Third-Party Sellers of Consumer Products Online (The Integrity, Notification, and Fairness in Online Retail Marketplaces for Consumers [INFORM Consumers] Act), 23 Mar 2021 Amazon: INFORM Act punishes small businesses and favors one particular business model, 28 Apr 2021 Buy Safe release announcing the study: Retail Theft Balloons to over $68 Billion, Buy Safe America Homeland Security Express Concern on Retail Crime, Buy Safe America ‘What is organized retail crime? Organized retail crime (ORC) refers to professional shoplifting or other theft occurring in retail stores. These criminals are increasingly turning to online marketplaces to quickly and discretely move mass quantities of stolen merchandise. Unfortunately, these criminal rings are growing more brazen and violent, putting the safety of customers and store employees in jeopardy. Organized rings are often involved in other crimes within the community, including narcotics, money laundering and human trafficking.' – Buy Safe America, https://www.buysafeamerica.org/myth-vs-facts Lisa LaBruno is RILA's Senior Executive Vice President of Retail Operations. In this role, LaBruno leads RILA's efforts in the association's key retail disciplines including asset protection, store operations, supply chain and e-commerce. She directs all research initiatives, educational programming for the annual LINK and Retail Asset Protection conferences, and executive networking to promote operational excellence within the industry. She has 30 years of relevant experience in both the public and private sector, including as an assistant prosecutor (Hudson County, NJ), in-house attorney at the Archdiocese of Newark and in-house attorney at The Home Depot and serves on the Board of Directors of the Loss Prevention Foundation. Michael Hanson is RILA's Senior Executive Vice President of Public Affairs, overseeing the Association's government affairs and communications arms. Hanson is responsible for identifying the industry's top public policy challenges and working with both leading retailers and key stakeholders to elevate the industry in Washington, DC and across the country. Hanson most recently served as chief public policy officer at Sabre, a leading travel technology company, where he led legi

Business Travel 360
What's Up in Business Travel - Dec 13, 2021

Business Travel 360

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 15:18


Welcome to the BT360 Podcast: What's Up in Business Travel for Week 49 of 2021.  This is a weekly podcast where we update you on what's up this week in the world of business travel.  This podcast is great for those who need to know what's happening all in less than 15 minutes.Topics covered during this podcast -2022 air passenger capacity to reach 2015 levelsU.S. tightens International protocols & extends mask mandatesEmployee health tops 2022 risk challengesNew Yorkers get new credit card protectionsAmerican Airlines CEO Parker retiresNYC issues vaccine mandate for private sectorCDC adds France, Portugal to Level 4 Advisory listNew rules for U.K. travel comes into effectIATA: ‘Rescind Omicron travel restrictions'JetBlue & Aer Lingus expand codeshareLufthansa & TripActions partner for SME-Targeted PlatformCvent lists on NasdaqSouthwest Airlines to introduce new fare categoryAeromexico recovers 95% of pre-pandemic trafficAlaska Airlines offers status requalificationHilton Honors improves points expiration policyDelta cuts Basic Economy mileage rarningEgencia expands rail booking optionsAmexGBT & Sabre plan long-term tech collaborationMichael Strahan takes off to space on Blue Origin space flightTune in every Monday morning to get your weekly update.  We hope you will make this a regular part of your week and listen in while you on the move or sitting back and sipping your coffee.  You can subscribe to this podcast by searching BusinessTravel360 on Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, iHeart, Pandora or Spotify.   You can always find more information at BusinessTravel360.com - Enjoy!Support the show (https://businesstravel360.com/podcast)

Business Travel 360
What's Up in Business Travel - Nov 15, 2021

Business Travel 360

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 13:56


Welcome to the BT360 Podcast: What's Up in Business Travel for Week 44 of 2021.  This is a weekly podcast where we update you on what's up this week in the world of business travel.  This podcast is great for those who need to know what's happening all in less than 15 minutes.Topics covered during this podcast -Sabre loses Expedia's North America BusinessU.S. travel could bring in $2 trillion in 20222021 airline per-passenger ancillary revenue increasesIndustry cheers passage of $1.2T U.S. Infrastructure BillFour countries move to CDC's highest COVID-19 warning listAmerican Airlines Retires “Shuttle” ProductThe FAA adds $201,287 in civil penalties. TakeTwo fast tracks US launchVessul partners with marine charityZIPAIR launching Tokyo To Los Angeles RouteSydney Airport Agrees to $17.5 Billion TakeoverHertz uplists to NasdaqGett to go public on NasdaqIAG capacity recovery to reach 60%United plans London service expansionHard Rock Hotel New York Is Now OpenBA and Virgin join forces to celebrate reopening of the USAAA projects 4.2 million air travelers over ThanksgivingSpaceX launches Crew-3 astronautsTune in every Monday morning to get your weekly update.  We hope you will make this a regular part of your week and listen in while you on the move or sitting back and sipping your coffee.  You can subscribe to this podcast by searching BusinessTravel360 on Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, iHeart, Pandora or Spotify.   You can always find more information at BusinessTravel360.com - Enjoy!Support the show (https://businesstravel360.com/podcast)

Business Travel 360
What's Up in Business Travel - Oct 18, 2021

Business Travel 360

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 15:06


Welcome to the BT360 Podcast: What's Up in Business Travel for Week 41 of 2021.  This is a weekly podcast where we update you on what's up this week in the world of business travel.  This podcast is great for those who need to know what's happening all in less than 15 minutes.Topics covered during this podcast -The Beat Live Keynote Winner RevealedBoeing pilot involved in Boeing Max testing is indicted in TexasFrosch buys into Conlin TravelAmerican Airlines & Sabre agree to seal court recordsScandinavian Airlines ends face mask requirementAuthorities in Sydney will end COVID-19 quarantineUS to ease travel restrictions with Canada and MexicoUS ends travel bansThailand fully opens to vaccinated on November 1Capital One acquires LolaTripActions adds $275M in fundingAlaska Airlines announces codeshare with IberiaAmerican & JetBlue add reciprocal loyalty benefitsAlitalia takes final flightDelta climbs back to profitabilityANA and JAL join forces to promote SAFsNew Australian airline Bonza to launchEnterprise and National extend loyalty statusDelta launches facial recognition in AtlantaEuropcar launches subscription service for businessesTune in every Monday morning to get your weekly update.  We hope you will make this a regular part of your week and listen in while you on the move or sitting back and sipping your coffee.  You can subscribe to this podcast by searching BusinessTravel360 on Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, iHeart, Pandora or Spotify.   You can always find more information at BusinessTravel360.com - Enjoy!Support the show (https://businesstravel360.com/podcast)

Business Travel 360
What's Up in Business Travel - Aug 9, 2021

Business Travel 360

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 14:14


Welcome to the BT360 Podcast: What's Up in Business Travel for Week 31 of 2021.  This is a weekly podcast where we update you on what's up this week in the world of business travel.  This podcast is great for those who need to know what's happening all in less than 15 minutes.Topics covered during this podcast -Deloitte study reveals full recovery unlikelyHotel reservations drive Sabre's bookings reboundCourt agrees to hear American's request for Sabre injunctionQantas and Jetstar to stand down 2,500 staffFrontier Airlines mandates employee vaccinationCDC warns against travel to several countriesNew York City to require vaccination proof for indoor activitiesUSA expects travel reopening to require vaccineAmericans maybe banned from Europe againAmerican Airlines terminates LAX to SYD routeJapan starts to 'name and shame' quarantine rule-breakersSpirit Airlines CEO says more flight cancellations expectedLong delays reported at the border as Canada reopens Hyatt Regency JFK opens at Resorts WorldAirlines are extending elite status againDelta Air Lines has eliminated fees for same-day standby requests Concur Expense integrates with Amazon Procurement PlatformCvent launches video and production solution for virtual eventsEmirates launches ability to earn miles every minuteTune in every Monday morning to get your weekly update.  We hope you will make this a regular part of your week and listen in while you on the move or sitting back and sipping your coffee.  You can subscribe to this podcast by searching BusinessTravel360 on Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, iHeart, Pandora or Spotify.   You can always find more information at BusinessTravel360.com - Enjoy!Support the show (https://businesstravel360.com/podcast)

2 Guys 1 Cup
Episode 7

2 Guys 1 Cup

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 114:30


Joining us today was Hart Levine from Puckpedia.com! We discussed the NHL salary cap, escrow, strategies the players and agents are taking with the flat cap. We also got into how the Rangers should navitage their cap over the next 5 years,  Canada's fascination with Carey Price, Barclay Goodrow, Buch, and hopefully for the last time as a Sabre... Jack Eichel.

Business Travel 360
What's Up in Business Travel - Jun 28, 2021

Business Travel 360

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 13:14


Welcome to the BT360 Podcast: What's Up in Business Travel for Week 25 of 2021.  This is a weekly podcast where we update you on what's up this week in the world of business travel.  This podcast is great for those who need to know what's happening all in less than 15 minutes.Topics covered during this podcast -Southwest Airlines announces a new CEOSouthwest cancels & delays thousands of flightsSTR Report: U.S. Hotel recovery accelerates in MayFlorida wins Cruise lawsuitCanada lifts quarantine requirements for vaccinated travelersSpain drops vaccine requirement for AmericansCathay Pacific requiring crew vaccinationFrontier Airlines rescinds extra covid feeDelta Air Lines and Kenya Airways expand codeshareAmTrav, & Emburse join forcesTSA teaches flight attendants combatAirlines asking the government to send passengers to prisonFlight Centre Travel Group launches staff retention initiativeDelta's Sabre deal to change GDS landscapeVirgin Australia and Sabre agree to new dealAmexGBT expands BA and Iberia distribution agreementTune in every Monday morning to get your weekly update.  We hope you will make this a regular part of your week and listen in while you on the move or sitting back and sipping your coffee.  You can subscribe to this podcast by searching BusinessTravel360 on Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, iHeart, Pandora or Spotify.   You can always find more information at BusinessTravel360.com - Enjoy! Support the show (https://businesstravel360.com/podcast)