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UnFollowVic S:3 Ep:30 Aired 1/13/2023Ohh Yeah! So season 3 of the UnFollowVic Podcast is almost at its end, but we still have some awesome shows in the works. Today in our updates Jack reveals a little TMI while the family is out for the weekend and Vic can smell the Super Bowl approaching. Then we hop into a world of Fake News that went viral on the web and of course we cover some interesting real News to end the episode. Let's Do It, Enjoy.Updates from Jack and Vic (Too Much Info - Call of Duty Play Time)Fake News (Gold for Sex - Sex for Burglary - Hooters Closing)Jack's News (Porn Requires ID - Human Dog - Fuck my Wife)Watch us in our Studio onYouTube:https://youtu.be/ZUBbNw6-sEASupport the showThanks for listening! Follow us on Instagram, Subscribe to our YouTube channel and Let us know what you would like us to cover for a future show. Peace...https://linktr.ee/UnFollowVic
Brooke and Katie get ready to see NCT 127, list some white people sayings that we wish we heard more often, and discuss the absolutely stunning Incredibles face characters new to P*xar Day at Sea on D*sney Cruise Line. We also talk about the lore of Tumblr famous Spieling Peter, the Coachella lineup, and do a fun little TMI questionnaire. For our NTBABBs we discuss social media handle decals on cars and J*e Alw*n.
Are you now motivated to find love? As we head into the new year many make new year resolutions to start dating. But at the same time, dating in the modern world can be overwhelming and intimidating. To date successfully in today's world, online dating has to be part of the equation. This week, Kimmy has a fascinating conversation with Michael Kaye, Associate Director of Global Communications at OKCupid. Listen in to hear an inside look at global dating trends and tips to enhance your online profile to attract better quality matches more often. EPISODE 278 of The Charisma Quotient Podcast is titled: OKCupid Exclusive Interview With Michael Kaye: Dating Trends & Online Tricks Dating online has redefined how we date and apps like OKCupid have impacted the dating landscape forever. On your journey to find a loving, lasting relationship, a savvy understanding of online dating is an essential part of your success. Kimmy asks Michael about the most common and most surprising trends in dating he's seen over the years and how the pandemic has impacted dating behaviors. You'll hear all about the inner workings of OKCupid's platform, data-driven approach and goals as they meet the needs of daters now and in the future. If social, cultural, environmental and political values have been top of mind for you as you seek a loving partner, you're not alone! You'll hear what people are really looking for in today's world. HINT: It's not what you might be thinking! Listen in to hear a surprising fact about what topics could be fair game that you may have been worried were TMI. Kimmy and Michael talk through the purpose behind different dating apps, including OKCupid. Stay tuned for some ninja insider tips on how to enhance your profile and entice others to engage you in conversation. Find out the best day to interact on the apps to get the best matches! You'll find out how your answers to prompts, how frequently you update your profile, and how the presence of questions on your profile can all impact how many people see you and therefore how many opportunities you have to match with the one! If dating online sounds like your worst nightmare, you need a clear strategy to create a great profile! To get started, take Kimmy's new Dating Diagnosis Quiz https://www.kimmyseltzer.com/quiz/ to find out what kind of dater you are. Once you understand how you date, you can identify what you need to do to have more success! EPISODE 278 of The Charisma Quotient Podcast is titled: OKCupid Exclusive Interview With Michael Kaye: Dating Trends & Online Tricks. Charisma Quotient Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and many of your other favorite podcast channels. ************************************************ Kimmy Seltzer is a Confidence Therapist and Authentic Dating Strategist implementing targeted style, emotional and social intelligence to your life. ************************************************ Would you like to connect with Kimmy? Website: https://kimmyseltzer.com/ Chat: https://meetme.so/kimbreakthrough Instagram: @kimmyseltzer Twitter: @kimmyseltzer Join her FREE Facebook Group Love Makeover Insiders: https://www.facebook.com/groups/lovemakeovers
Prince Harry is usually an insufferable bore, however when it comes to his book, he's got a case of the "TMI's." Britney's fans have found someone new to pick on. We've figured out who might be the best lover in Hollywood. Should the Ellen hatred continue? Follow Perez! FAMILY CHANNEL: http://YouTube.com/ThePerezHilton WEBSITE: http://PerezHilton.com PEREZ'S INSTAGRAM: http://Instagram.com/ThePerezHilton WEBSITE'S INSTAGRAM: http://Instagram.com/PerezHiltonGET A PERSONALIZED VIDEO FROM ME HERE: https://Cameo.com/PerezHilton LISTEN TO MY PODCAST HERE: http://PerezPodcast.com WEBSITE'S FACEBOOK: http://Facebook.com/PerezHilton PEREZ'S FACEBOOK: http://Facebook.com/ThePerezHilton WEBSITE'S TWITTER: http://Twitter.com/PerezHilton The Perez Hilton Podcast - Listen Here! PEREZ'S TWITTER: http://Twitter.com/ThePerezHilton Thanks to our spsonsors: Pluto TV = Drop in. Watch Free. Watch 250+ channels of free TV and 1000's of on-demand movies and TV shows.
We're getting weird with it this week as we return to one of our favorite subjects: The Monroe Institute. The Monroe Institute uses audio signals to facilitate Out-Of-Body experiences, remote viewing, and other parapsychological phenomena. Mostly known as a vital, if goofy, component of the CIA/DIA psychic spy program (STARGATE et al) due to that document that gets passed around on the internet every 6 months like clockwork about the Monroe Institute's Gateway Experience, the Monroe Institute and Bob Monroe himself are far more interesting than any "How The CIA Proved Manifesting" video will ever lead you to believe. This week we're looking at the TMI's technology itself, some of the scientific (as in, peer reviewed) studies of their patented hemi-sync audio technology. Then we're going really weird with it and talking about the time they remote viewed Mars, and listening to recordings of a channeling session with something called "Miranon". Which might be the strangest thing we've covered so far. Your support keeps The Nonsense Bazaar ad-free and sparks joy in our hearts. You can get access to our bonus series "The Corkboard Bizarre" as well as our brand-new Discord server over at our Patreon for just $5 a month. https://patreon.com/thenonsensebazaar
In today's episode, we discuss beginning with the end in mind, and how the next 6-12 months can look on your fasting journey. We talk through maintenance considerations and how the habits that lost the weight are the same habits in maintenance simply applied differently. TMI we talk bowel movements, fasting optimizers, blood sugar mushroom tea and CGM's! (continuous glucose monitor). Building on the last couple of weeks, we hope you listen in and enjoy! KETO-MOJO LINK! WE HAVE PARTNERED WITH KETO-MOJO AS A HEALTHCARE PROVIDER. WE WENT THROUGH AN APPLICATION PROCESS, AND WE WERE ACCEPTED! WHAT THIS MEANS FOR YOU IS THAT THE TEST KITS AND BUNDLES ARE NOW AN ADDITIONAL 15% OFF ANY CURRENT OFFER OR PROMO. THIS IS BETTER THAN AMAZON'S PRICE. Here are the details and ordering link. https://bit.ly/2JKB9kH NOTE THE ADDITIONAL 15% DISCOUNT ONLY APPEARS ONCE YOU HAVE INITIATED THE CHECKOUT PROCESS AND LANDED ON THE CHECKOUT PAGE Show Transcript: www.thefastingforlife.com/blog Let's continue the conversation. Click the link below to JOIN the Fasting For Life Community, a group of likeminded, new and experienced fasters! The first two rules of fasting need not apply! Fasting For Life Community - Join HERE New to the podcast and wondering where to start? Head to the website and download our FREE Fast Start Guide, 6 simple steps to put One Meal a Day Fasting (OMAD) into practice! If you enjoy the podcast, would you please tap on the stars below and consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it helps bring you the best original content each week. We also enjoy reading them.
Ready to hear two couples give way too much information about their relationship? Same, sis! ;) Today we shared answers to polls we asked you guys on instagram all about marriage life but mainly about sex! There's definitely a lot of TMI in this episode but we hope you guys enjoy it and feel less alone in this crazy season of life. ;) xx Don't forget to download, rate and review if you haven't already!
Wanna go to a real party? Jordan and Alex continue their trilogy diving deep (ha!) into the making of James Cameron's epic. This episode explores how he built a 775-foot sinkable replica of the ship — the largest film set in the world — and the insane lengths he went to get it exactly as the original. Focusing on the first VHS of the original film's release, the TMI guys will discuss the iconic lines that were improvised, the adorable awkwardness of the “Draw me like one of your French girls” scene, the mind-breaking camera tricks required to film the ship's departure — and the finer points of turn-of-the century car sex. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hey huns!! Omg this episode... I can only warn you in advance for how explicit and TMI it is but I LOVE it. I don't think I've ever laughed this much in an episode before, thank you for providing me with these stories HAHA. Be safe out there guys. Thank you so much for all your love and support, it really means the world to me. As always send in your confessions/dilemmas to firstname.lastname@example.org. Love you! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is sponsored by/brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/TMI and get on your way to being your best self. HAPPY NEW YEAR TMI, hope we all had a great, safe, and fun holiday... Sadie sure did. As we all know Sadie can't stay in the same state for more than 5 days so she is here to tell you all about her journey out West where she skrted a Tesla through the snowy mountains of Oregon?! All the way to her least favorite place in the US, aka helLA, aka Los Angeles. Where she then hopped on a flight back to the East Coast where she met up with life long long bestie Rilyn, aka Treyway. They hauled a$$ up to Nashville for a litty titty NYE, and now Sadie is back in Florida having her monthly mental breakdown, and best of all, here to tell you all about it.
Jordan and Alex present their first TMI trilogy exploring the making of James Cameron's disaster epic. Part one covers the extensive pre-production that saw Cameron spend a month on the bottom of the ocean filming the wreck of the REAL Titanic, work overtime to convince Leonardo DiCaprio to sign on, and convince 20th Century Fox to shell out over $100 million on a movie that didn't even have a script. You'll hear about the real life figures who inspired Jack and Rose, the romantic subplot that wound up on the cutting room floor, the crazy lengths Kate Winslet went to secure her role — and the time a disgruntled caterer spiked the chowder at the on-set lunch table with PCP, resulting in Cameron and half the crew getting high as hell and hallucinating. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Erika shares some TMI couple's advice, while Hazen takes notes. Apparently Canadian's don't believe in a tick (Erika actively gagged upon googling when a picture of a tick popped up) related disease? Hazen said so, so it must be fact. Don't fault us for not knowing anything—we're hot.
What's your comfort level with personal disclosure at work? Do you lean more private or more public? Is sharing caring? Or is sharing TMI? When does a lack of sharing become a problem and when is oversharing, well, just too much? In this week's episode, Mary Abbajay and Chris De Santis answer listeners' questions about how to navigate the private-public continuum.There's a fine line between transparency—which can build trust—and oversharing which can diminish trust. Close the Open Book in Chelsea has an employee who clearly overshares. This employee feels the need to bring everyone up to speed on his private life – including clients. He shares his opinions, his family dramas, his personal struggles, his health issues, you name it, there are no boundaries and no limitations on what or to whom he shares. What can the manager do to curb this employee's TMI tendencies?All's Quiet on the Home Front in Raleigh is struggling to get noticed by her design firm colleagues. Her boss tells her that in order to get better projects, she needs to make herself “known” to others at the firm. As a self-described introvert—how can this listener begin building better relationships and letting others get to know her?You Can Take Me Out of Iowa, but Can You Take the Iowa Out of Me just got her dream job at a fancy New York City advertising agency. While she is thrilled and excited, she can't help but feel that being a “country-come-to-town” girl might not be the best image. How does she make a good impression while still being authentic?We're here to help you succeed! Send us your workplace dilemmas or career questions. Email us: email@example.com or tweet us: @cubicleconfide1. All names will be changed to protect the guilty and innocent...Thanks for listening! Connect with us on LinkedIn or Twitter!
(PUBLISHED 6:06 PM) Heeeeey y'all! Like the title? LOL! That title came about because I was thinkin' to myself, how when you're passionate about your art - it is borderline orgasmic and to the point where you can actually orgasm. Has that ever happened to you? It's happened to me...a lot! TMI? Yes, you can have orgasms from sex but passion for your art is equally orgasmic and if you never create, you deprive yourself of orgasms...he he he lol. Creation is like a divine explosion that forms something magical; like a baby or a star. Some might say the latter is the same thing. If you've never had an orgasm while creating something, then you're probably not passionate about it. Just sayin.. Am I makin' you think? GOOD! That's the point. Listen closely. Peace & Blessings, ~Shanda --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/everybodysgotastory/message
It's time to build some rapport. Anne & Lau share their tips for making quick connections + how to turn it into a meaningful relationship. The truth is, relationships are what drive our careers—and they can do more for us than just pay our bills. They can provide emotional support, professional connections, and even opportunities that we may not have otherwise had access to. In a world where the internet opens us up to millions of potential connections, building rapport is more important than ever. You share yourself online for a reason: to further connection! We're all so busy, and we know that it's hard to find the time for things like cultivating relationships. But trust me: if you're not building rapport with people, you're missing out on a huge opportunity…and we're here to show you how it's done. Listen up! Transcript >> It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast and the business superpower series. I'm your host Anne Ganguzza, and I am excited to bring back to the show Lau Lapides. Hey, Lau. Lau: Hey. Hey Anne. Anne: How are you? Lau: I'm fab. How are you? Anne: I am amazing. And I just wanna say again, thank you so much for doing this series with me. I really am loving all of the conversations that we're having. I mean, such amazing conversations. Lau: I love it. Anne: I feel like our relationship is just growing and we're nurturing it, and I just love it. And it makes me think about how important it is to network and to grow relationships in our businesses. And I thought it'd be a great topic to talk about today. Lau: Beautiful. And I'm always ready to talk about the superhero in everyone. Like, I love finding those superpowers, I know you do too, those hidden superpowers that are in all the VO talent that we meet work with. Anne: Absolutely. So there's a lot of ways I think, to network with potential clients or your clients and build relationships. What are your thoughts about when you're new to the industry? How do you start to even build a relationship with your potential client or reaching out to clients to develop a relationship? Or even let's say your agent, there's so many things we can talk about. Lau: That is the question of the day, isn't it? And that's a biggie that we all get, and it's hard to answer only in the sense that it's so large. It's so overwhelming. It's such a universal question. I always sort of break it down from the get-go, 'cause I feel like in my brain, if it's in small nuggets and little chunks, it's much easier to digest. So the first step for me is really defining what is the difference between building a rapport with a potential client or a producer or casting, and the difference between that and already having an established relationship. I think that many have to kind of go back to the drawing board with that and know what the difference is. I simply define it by saying, listen, building rapport is your instant connection. It's your instant impact. What is the effect that you're having on your listener, your audience, your potential client? And it happens really fast. It's like 10, 15 seconds. It's really starting to happen. And the evaluation process in our business is very quick, is that everyone well knows. It doesn't take forever to sort of sum someone up when I'm building rapport. So we have to consider that warm up period, that prep period of like, how do I wanna go into this meeting? How do I want to set a tone when I go to the conference? How do I want to prep and present when I'm walking into a space, even if it's an online space? Anne: Sure. Well, I was gonna say it can even be digitally as well, right? How you present yourself or have an initial outreach. Let's say even an email, so to speak, you're starting to try to reach out and build rapport with a potential client. And so it's really like an introduction of yourself and a reflection of who you are as a business. And so I think it's important to really maybe have a strategy on maybe how to do that, depending on who it is you're reaching out to. I would think that building rapport with, I think somebody new that you've never met before, let's say an agent or a potential client, would require some sort of a strategy that within, I would say 10 or 15 seconds, you can make an impression on someone in a positive way obviously. We've talked a little bit about, and I know on other podcasts, I've talked a little bit about cold emails, which it's really important how you introduce yourself so that you're not off putting to someone else or appearing to be, I think, to self-centered or too much about me, me, me or I, I, I, and I really believe to really start to develop a rapport with just about anyone, I think you have to come from a centered heart of service. You know what I mean? How can I help you? What can I do for you? If you wanna build, I think a positive rapport with a client and be authentic. What do you think? Lau: I think that's perfect. And, and our business is a business. It's like any other business out there. You know, I would say we never know who we're next to in the airplane or in the elevator, in the restroom or we're in life; we're living life. And so anyone we're near that is in our sphere could be a potential client. We have to always be thinking about that. Like, woo, how could I make an effect, an impact, impression on this stranger, so to speak, someone I don't know at all, and in a minute or two, all of a sudden we have an instant connection. So there is sort of like a magic there. There's a mystical piece in there that you have to make happen. Like you have to take agency for saying, I am going to assert that I'm not going to wait. Anne: I love that you said that. I think honestly, if I wanna think about our relationship, right, I met you for the first time when we were on a judging panel together. It's like literally we were in a professional environment on a panel, and I was so impressed with you. And I was like, immediately, I'm like, oh, I have to meet this woman. I mean, and I just felt, I did feel like an instant connection. And I think a lot of that has to do with maybe similar personalities. But the first thing I did was reach out to you, and I'm not just saying, oh my God, this was, you know, oh, I saved the day or I did, you know -- no I reached out with, because I was so impressed and I genuinely said, oh my gosh, I really wanna meet you. And let's talk because I just think you're amazing. And I think that's something that you can think about as a business if you wanna reach out to someone like a potential client. Oh my gosh, I love your product. Or I've seen the work that you've done, and I think it's amazing. That's like kind of a good way to build, I think, strong rapport with someone. Lau: Absolutely. You know, what's amazing too, is that we were online, like many are online. We were online. Here's the fascinating thing. We didn't know each other at all and we hadn't met and we didn't even speak to each other. And yet I think we could feel something, that energy shift, and you and I couldn't move fast enough. I don't remember if I emailed you or you may emailed me, but we literally were on that same wavelength -- oh, have to connect, have to connect, and, and within a day or so we were connected. And then I feel like I have known you for years. Like I literally -- Anne: Me too. Lau: -- we haven't met in person. You're in San Diego area and I'm, I'm in the Boston area, and we're 3000 miles apart. And yet we can still have that mysterious energy through building rapport together. So it really is quite impactful. And it shouldn't be underestimated at all, how you can build -- it could be a one time exchange or it could be a lifetime of moving into the relationship space together. Anne: And then developing and nurturing that relationship as you go on. And it's interesting 'cause it made me think, I started off by saying even digitally, right, we can create rapport with someone that could be a potential client of our business. Also the way you present yourself online in public. Right? And we can talk about in person as well, but online, if you are putting out content, which so many people, you know, in this business, we say, you gotta get out there on social media. You gotta put out content. Let people understand who you are and your brand. When you are doing that, when you are putting content out, you are theoretically, I'm gonna say building the blocks for building a relationship with a potential client. So things that you're saying online or putting out there, I think you have to also be a little bit careful about because potential eyeballs are on that content. And so if you're going to be saying, I don't know, things that may be negative or combative or maybe very controversial, remember that there are other people that you may not even be aware that have their eyeballs on that. And that could build maybe a negative rapport. Lau: That's right, that's right. Anne: If you're not careful. I think that assuming, I guess I'm gonna go in the digital realm, assuming that what you say is only seen by the people you think. I mean, I think it goes a lot further than most of us even realize. Lau: Right. And I, I think you identified something so pivotal in the, the differentiation between a rapport and already establishing relationship. Which I like to think of simply as it's based on time and based on trust. We may have a very strong rapport together, very, very connected, but we don't have time on our side. I'm not talking about you and I. I'm talking about in the general business world, we don't really know each other well enough. It's only through action over time do we get to know what our value system is, what our principles are, how we work, how we function -- that takes time to unfold. So the stronger your rapport, I'd like to believe the quicker you can start building a relationship together because -- Anne: I like that. Lau: -- the masks start coming down, you start to reveal more. There aren't as many filters on because you're slowly developing some trust together, and that's incredible, but we can't always expect that. It just isn't always going to happen. Anne: Right. And a client that you've developed that, you've got a good rapport and that over time you've developed that trust -- I think when a client trusts you, that's when they come back to you again and again and again, and that is what can help to really grow our businesses. And I think each one of these relationships is something that you have to consciously really think about and nurture and work at it. I don't think it's something that you can take for granted at all. I know that I don't take any of my clients, my jobs for granted. I'm grateful for all of them. And I think coming at it with an attitude of gratitude also helps to nurture that relationship and, and build trust. I think trust is so very important to establish over the long haul with your potential clients or, or people that you're working with in the industry. For sure. Lau: Right. And I like to say too, it's a feel good kind of thing to create because not only is it important to have over time to retain a client and to make money and have a viable career and get your ROI, but also it feels good. It should feel good to know that I am delivering something that someone needs and is satisfied within their timeline. And that they are going to come back to me. And there is that reciprocal kind of energy that is a part of the reason why we're in this industry, is that we want to know we're satisfying. We want to know we're pleasing. We want to know filling, filling the need, solving that problem -- Anne: That we're loved. Lau: -- so to speak Well kinda. Anne: Right? Don't we all just wanna be loved? I used to say that all the time in the corporate world, right? Part of the reason why I think so many people, at least when I was going through the corporate world, were so stuck in your jobs and you feel like, ugh, I'm stagnant at moving. I think it's, we just wanna be loved. We just wanna be appreciated for what we do and for us to have some acknowledgement of that. And then when that happens, then it becomes a very reciprocal, mutual give, take, give, take relationship. And so it's really not any different in our own businesses. Lau: It really isn't. And if someone does for you, Anne, a live testimonial or they record it for you, they say, Anne is great. She gave me this and I'll never forget her. And I love her -- It's obviously marketing power to do that, to have your case study, to have your testimonial. But when you look at that, when you play that for yourself a year later -- and I can't speak for you, I'm speaking for myself -- there's this innate, deep sense of satisfaction that I may or may not remember what they paid me, but I absolutely remember the experience of working with them. Anne: Yes. Lau: And that, that is their outcome. And that we made something that is immaterial, so to speak, real. We made it real. I think there's a surreal nature to what we do, 'cause it's not always time, a physical product. A demo is a physical product. But other than that, it's more exchange and process and craft and acting. It's hard to come down to qualify what that is exactly. And then when you hear it from that client or that talent, I mean, I'm getting a little verklempt right now. I'm telling you, like I kind of wanna cry right now because it is life changing. You've helped them find their sound, their voice, their identity -- Anne: Oh, absolutely. Lau: It's just awesome. It's awesome. Anne: It brings me back to my teaching days as well, you know, with my students. I mean, I got to help shape some of their lives as they were being educated and going through school and I've watched them grow up. And it becomes one of those things where it's like, ah, it's just such a feel good heart situation. And I think that that really means a whole lot when it comes to doing something that brings us joy. And so, you know, developing, nurturing those relationships that can really give back in a way that's more than just money. Right? We talked about in our, one of our last episodes, businesses with purpose. Well, I think that feeds into it really well. And part of the purpose is to, I think, develop a good rapport, those good relationships. Now online -- I started off by kind of talking about it online -- I think in person just accentuates the relationship building or accelerates the relationship building because then you've got that, you know, we're looking at each other in -- on a video right now and, and we're hearing each other, but when we actually get to physically meet each other, then there's that other energy. And so I think when you're trying to develop a rapport with someone that maybe you're just meeting at a conference -- there's so many of the voiceover conferences these days now -- it's important to also have that physical rapport, developing a physical rapport with people that is, I think, open and embracing opportunity to meet and really share with other people. Lau: Absolutely. I do think the brilliance of being online now, if you never get to meet your other party in person in a room, which many of us just can't. You know, we live too far from each other. We're never gonna unfortunately see each other in a room. It's incredible to think, my gosh, I am developing a whole relationship with this person online, and we've never been in a room together. And it reminds me of how some of us feel about some of our A-list movie stars or some of our A-list pop stars. Am I really gonna be in a room with Tom Hanks in this lifetime? Probably not. I hope so, but probably not. Can I feel like I have a strong relationship with him over the years of supporting his work? Anne: Sure. Lau: Of connecting with his characters, of loving what he has to say? Yes. Anne: Yeah. Lau: And so sometimes that just has to be enough and it's the, the digital relationship, the online relationship that we can connect with that has to go as far as it can go, because we're just never gonna see those clients in person. Anne: And that becomes some of my wonderful colleagues who are in animated series or in video games that are beloved and have fans that are out there that the same kind of thing that have developed a, a relationship. I just watched the movie Elvis last night. So that whole thing just kind of, it makes a difference what you're putting out there. Now here's the question, because sometimes I feel that what you're putting out there digitally and/or even online with, through video or even in person, can there be too much, can you share too much? Can there be a place where maybe in a professional business, we've gone too far and overshared? What are your thoughts on that? Lau: Yeah. That's the question of the day, honestly. I really do think the more I learn about online media, the more I'm learning that that can be personal, but it can also be generational. Because we have millennials and up and coming Gen-Zers who are digital natives who grow up with that in their hands and share every and everyone else, every single moment of their day and will contextually mix that in with their businesses. And that heightened level of personalization is not only accepted, but expected. For me, I find it jarring, to be honest with you. Like, I don't necessarily wanna report what kind of eggs I'm having in the morning. I just don't but I've had some of my audiences, including like my own children go, okay. But just so you know, like we care about that. We kind of wanna know. It's not irrelevant to us. That's like part of you, and if we're gonna work with you, then we kind of wanna know that. So it, to me, that's a lot of generational gap in there. Anne: Yeah. Yeah. You know, I'll tell you, so I guess personality-wise, I've always been kind of an open book. I was always the talker, and I think a lot of voice artists, maybe those people, the talkers in the family. But I've never necessarily had an issue sharing with people. But I also think that I'm strategic when I share and where I share. And I think that when I'm looking online, when I see a share that might be a little, I don't know, maybe a little TMI or a little -- Lau: Little provocative. Anne: And I wonder how does that fare with your potential client? And again, because you might have a millennial that hires you, and I get that. And they wanna see or feel, or hear an authentic you. So when I put myself out there, I mean, I try to be as authentic as possible. I mean, and when I'm talking on the VO BOSS podcast, I'm pretty darn authentic, but it doesn't mean that I always have to be like every single minute of the day overly authentic, because I think that I have certain clients that may not want to know certain things about me. Because it would affect whether they would hire me or not. And I think that's the biggest question, right? If I share too much or if I have, let's say I'm distressed and I'm sharing that I'm distressed on a day that maybe I'm supposed to be doing a live session with one of my potential clients, right? And now they understand maybe that was why the session didn't go so well. Or maybe because they already know so much about me that maybe they won't hire me again, right? Because it affected me to the point where my performance was affected. I don't know if I had a bad day and you know, I'm sharing it and I share a lot, and I have that potential client, maybe they're not gonna wanna work with me after that. Lau: That's the risk we take. I mean, can't please everyone all the time, you know? I mean -- Anne: Yeah, that's true. Lau: -- the truth is what pleases one audience is just going to maybe repulse another audience. And I think the more we can pivot and shift and switch up to different audiences is just about the best that we can do. But I'd rather be pliable a little bit. Like I don't wanna be that person that says, oh, I'm 40, I'm 50, I'm 60. And this is the way I do things. And I'm not open to anything else because this is my people and this is -- I kind of wanna be able to relate to different generations. I wanna be able to meet people where they're at, even if I'm not great at their level of -- their mode communication, I want, I wanna be perceived as someone who is trying and who cares about it and who wants to reach them and what they need, which is gonna be very different needs than what someone who's 20 or 30 years their senior is going to be. So I like that flexibility. That's what I'm trying to say. I think in networking and in building rapport and deepening relationships, the more flexible you are -- I would say, think of your relationships as like an architect. If you had a beautiful building, it was a very tall skyscraper type of building, how does that fare in a city like Tokyo or San Francisco, that's getting earthquakes all the time? We're getting conflict all -- in problems all the time. We have to have a super concrete, strong foundation. And then the higher up we go, we have to be able to flex in the winds. We have to be able to literally blow back and forth. And I like to think of us as business people and as networkers, as people that have very sturdy foundations, but that can flex with our clients and, and mold and different directions, you know? Anne: I love that. Yeah, I love that analogy. That's just a wonderful analogy. So let's talk about a lot of conferences are popping up, and especially now I'm noticing a lot of them. And we were talking about it earlier. I think everybody's ready to get out there after the pandemic -- I say after the pandemic, I mean, I don't even know how to define it anymore. I just know that everybody, I think after two and a half years of this is ready to just get out and hug people or see people and get that physical connection, which I can completely understand. As a matter of fact, I'm gonna be going out a couple times this year to conferences. And so in terms of, let's say building a rapport or even nurturing a relationship, maybe you're gonna meet somebody finally -- I'm gonna meet somebody at one of these conferences that I've been working with for two and a half years -- what kind of tips do you have for building rapport? Or what would you do in terms of in-person networking tips that we can give the BOSSes out there? Lau: All right. Let's talk. I mean, there's some of them that are fairly simple that you and I have seen over and over and over again, mishaps. Like for instance, how many times have we gone to a conference or a networking event and we're meeting people and they have no business cards? They just, oh, I'm sorry. I have nothing to give you. I ran out. I forgot them. I -- whatever it sounds so insanely simple. And yet having something on you that is hard copy, that is old school hard copy like a business card still is pro, still is a professional rapport building tool rather than just writing it down on a notebook or piece of paper. Anne: I wanna make a point, 'cause I am gonna go to this conference coming up in, in October. And I said to my husband, I said, 'cause my husband does events at shows. And I said, so do people still use business cards? He goes, oh my God, yes. 'Cause I was like, or do I use like here scan my QR code? You know, digital? Now I wanna say that usually there's an app that goes in a conference that you join the app and then you can put all your contact information in the app and then share it with other people. I think being able to have both, I love the touch feel. It's again, like why do we still have books? Because I love to touch and feel the books. And I think we are gonna be appeasing anybody that we might meet again, like you said, we, we're gonna be flexible. I think have both. Make sure you're logged on to that app, have your contact information. You can share it that way, or have that touchy feel business card. And I think that that really would be a great way to, to be prepared. So I'm like, all right, I'm gonna get business cards and refresh my business cards now. And I do like the touchy feel. Lau: I do too. Anne: Take it outta my wallet. Lau: I do too. Anne: I remember, gosh, back before it used to be like scan my QR code or here's an app for the conference, It used to be a thing. You must have cards. And we would all be like, oh my God, you don't have your business cards at this conference? You really need to have a business card if you wanna be considered a professional. So now I think if you can kind of be flexible and have both available, I think that's a good way to prepare. Lau: Yeah, I agree totally. And I also don't wanna alienate a potential friend, client, contact because they're just not techy. Like they don't do the scanning thing. They don't know much about it. They're not into it, but they're brilliant. And they like run a great business. You know what I mean? So I don't wanna be the one that makes them feel out of it, out of the scene because they don't know how to do that for instance, that would be one reason to have plan for sure. Anne: Yeah, absolutely. Lau: I also wanted to point out like prepare how you want to enter the space. I think a lot of folks just kind of run in, and they're stressed out, and they're running late and they're, they're just there. Think about, you know, I always like to say, visualize the room, visualize the room. Who will be in there? You should be able to see many people who will be in there before the event actually happens to have an idea of the caliber of folks that are coming in, what the presentations are, so forth and so on. But think about the traffic. What kind of traffic may be coming in? Who are the people that you want to target in terms of your, your perfect client, your perfect connection? And really make a list, like jot it down, you know, make notes in your phone, however you do it, so that you walk in and you have a strategy in mind -- Anne: And you're prepared. Lau: You said that earlier, you're prepared. You're not just kind of floating around and seeing who comes to you and who -- you are really kind of assertive, 'cause you only have a certain amount of time. Even if it's a two or three day conference, you're gonna wanna sit in on shows and webinars, seminars. And you're gonna -- time gets eaten up very fast at those events. And there's oftentimes a lot to seen a lot to do. So map it out, have a strategy in mind, say, I wanna meet these three people? Who are they, and really have that ready to go. Anne: Yes, absolutely. Now here's a question which I know a bunch of people, if they are at a conference, and there are agents or casting directors there, what do you consider appropriate for people that come up to you and introduce themselves because they might wanna be represented by you? 'Cause that's a tough one. Sometimes people will not go up because they're timid or people will go up and be overbearing. So what is your advice for that as an agent or a casting director in terms of what do you consider to be professional? Lau: That's an interesting question. I honestly have not to been to many conferences in person since COVID to really -- when you're on online, you know, you're sort of protected. The automatic digital boundaries already there. So you're kind of protected by that. Whereas in person, I haven't really experienced that, but I'm gonna imagine there's a groupie thing that goes on. There's a groupie mentality. Like if I were to see some of my favorite people like Rob Paulson or Debbie Derryberry -- I mean, I have relationships with them, but if I didn't, I wouldn't wanna run up and like crowd them and be in their space. I'd wanna pay attention to protocol, pay attention to structure. So there are very specific protocols and structures when you go to those events where you're gonna see them on a panel or you're gonna see them where they stand in a line and you're gonna take a photo with them or whatever. Okay, agents are very similar in that. Oftentimes they're in a workshop or a panel or they're invited guests. And if they're not in a structured setting where you're gonna ask them questions, there's a Q and A, you can talk to them, I wouldn't recommend running up to agents or casting and like smothering them. Anne: Right. And giving them a demo or giving them your contact. And I think again, you have to kind of go like, well, approach them as to like, what do you know about them? And I always say approach was not the I, I, I, me, me, me, but about, oh my goodness. I have another voice actor that I'm friends with. And they've talked to me about how wonderful you are and I really appreciate meeting you. And that's it, nothing like, I don't don't think pressing like, are you accepting new -- I feel like that's just almost too much sometimes. Unless you've got the indication from the agent that they're looking for more people to put on their roster. Lau: Right. Anne: I don't know. It's read the room. Lau: Read the room, read the room. And oftentimes they're there for a reason. Like they're there not just to educate you, but to find people. They're there to field new talent for their roster. Oftentimes it's like innate, that's the reason why they're there. So don't crowd them. What you wanna do is you wanna listen to what they have to say, take notes on what they have to say, refer to what they have to say and follow their contact information that they provide to you, and that day, like I wouldn't wait -- we talked about windows of time -- that day, while you're at the conference, go to a spot -- Anne: I really enjoyed your presentation. I really, yeah. Lau: Boy. Yeah. Yeah. I just sat in. And when you talked about this, I was really impressed. Anne: I love it. Lau: I'm a talent I'm seeking representation. It's wonderful to hear you. That's it. I wouldn't do more than that because you don't need need to. Right? You, remember you don't have a relationship. You're building rapport. Anne: Absolutely. Absolutely. Wow. Great discussion today. I love it. I love it. Thank you so much. So I am going to say thank you so much, Lau, for today's conversation, and BOSSes out there, you can have a simple mission, but yet a big impact: 100 voices, one hour, $10,000, four times a year. If you wanna find out more, visit 100voiceswhocare.org to join. Also big shout-out to our sponsor, ipDTL. You too can connect and network and build rapport like BOSSes. Find out more at iptdl.com. You guys, have an amazing week, and we'll see you next week. Bye! Lau: Bye! >> Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voBOSS.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. Coast to coast connectivity via ipDTL.
Yes. we're still on break for another week, but we've got a New Years treat for you! As you may know, our dear, dear friends Kulap Vilaysack and SuChin Pak host their own podcast ADD TO CART, and if you're not listening to this show, we don't know what to tell you. It's fabulous, and we wanted to do a "feed drop," as the podcast industry calls it, pardon me, to share one particular episode with you. If you loved Kulap and SuChin when they were on Ask Ronna, then you'll love Ronna as a special guest on Add To Cart. Enjoy! Join comedian-writer-director Kulap Vilaysack and veteran journalist SuChin Pak, in a subversive take on consumerism. Each week, they have honest, revealing (sometimes TMI) conversations about all the big and little things they're adding to, or removing from, their carts. They decide what's worth the monetary/emotional investment, and what's not. From beauty products and health trends, to celebrities and philosophies they're passionate about, our hosts dig into anything we buy into and what it says about who we are. In this episode, Ronna dishes on the most gorgeous and ballsy L.A. art Ku and Su have yet to see. Plus, she's getting rejuvenated at a retreat that's as incredible as its price tag. Prepare for the classiest cart. To hear more Add to Cart, head to https://link.chtbl.com/AddToCart Sponsors: Rocket Money finds and cancels unwanted subscriptions, monitors your spending, and helps you lower your bills all in one place! Go to rocketmoney.com/askronna and sign up today. Nutrafol is clinically proven to help keep your hair thick and luxurious. Go to nutrafol.com and use the promo code BRYAN for $15 off your first month's subscription!
Haley and her sister Small T!ts McGee AKA Kaitlyn No Breastowes are back on the mic for round two of our holiday giveaways! They are here to spread some more cheer by playing a game of winter trivia and then hearing two incredible confessions from Vinos who are not afraid of TMI. We're going to need an update on the first confession involving sexy time, because this is a question that cannot go unanswered. And, the second confession will have you second guessing if you should head to Italy for your next vacay. Plus, they are sharing their words for 2023 since this is the last episode before the New Year (WHAT!?) and trying to guess the same words at the same time… which goes interestingly!? Thank you to our sponsors! Check out these deals for the Vinos: PELOTON - Explore Peloton Row and their financing options at onepeloton.com/row. PROGRESSIVE - Quote at Progressive.com to join the over 27 million drivers who trust Progressive.
Add to Cart is a series from our friends at Lemonada Media that we think you'll love! Hosts Kulap Vilaysack and SuChin Pak have joined us before on the Deep Dive and now we want to give you an exclusive look at their show! Join comedian-writer-director Kulap Vilaysack and veteran journalist SuChin Pak, in a subversive take on consumerism. Each week, they have honest, revealing (sometimes TMI) conversations about all the big and little things they're adding to, or removing from, their carts. They decide what's worth the monetary/emotional investment, and what's not. From beauty products and health trends, to celebrities and philosophies they're passionate about, our hosts dig into anything we buy into and what it says about who we are.In this episode, June Diane Raphael and Jessica St. Clair join Ku and Su for a special crossover! The dynamic foursome talk about their dream vacation alter egos, their dream vacations, and how to bring both into their everyday, not at all vacation, lives. Hint: start bedtime around approx. 4:00pm. To hear more Add to Cart, head to https://link.chtbl.com/AddToCart Get your tickets for The Deep Dive x Bitch Sesh Pickleball Tournament! They're going fast, baby!https://www.janeclub.com/pickleball Deep Dive Merch https://kinshipgoods.com/collections/deep-diveJessica's Amazon Store https://www.amazon.com/shop/StclairjessicaYou can follow The Deep Dive on Twitter @thedeepdivepodJune Diane Raphael @MsJuneDiane on Twitter @junediane on InstagramJessica St. Clair @Jessica_StClair on Twitter @stclairjessica on InstagramCheck out the Jane Club at www.janeclub.comSend us your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Holidays from the TMI family this week the guys start off addressing the Meg Thee Stallion vs Tory Lanez guilty verdict (7:07) Joe Budden vs Vivica A Fox (16:23) Master P vs Romeo Miller (24:00) Trey Songz with more negative publicity (34:30) RIP to New Orleans comedian Boogie B (37:28) and much more so tune in --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/toxic-masculinty-info/support
The women discuss Christmas traditions old and new with “elf on a shelf” launching the conversation after a silly intro by Abi. They then reminisce on memories from childhood and how they discovered the truth about Santa. Daniela shares origins and details of mythical creatures from around the world. In the U.S., the main fear for naughty children would be a lump of coal rather than sought-after gifts, overseas would see a fate more grim. There's short intermission to quote Zack and Miri before returning to the list of both terrifying and cuddly creatures continues. Friends and family beware, in this one they over share, as FYI and TMI are included in the convo on UTI's. Topic transitions to personal life chit chat around 1:10:00, listener discretion advised, NSFW, “gross”
Content Warning: Sexual Abuse and Trauma Today on the pod, OB-GYN, podcaster, and TikTok extraordinaire, Dr. Jennifer Lincoln, joins Kaitlyn to talk about (c)literally everything because nothing is TMI when your day job is vaginas. Dr. Jen is here to answer all of your questions without a side of shame that we might normally feel at school or in the doctor's office. Does birth control make us pick the wrong partner? And will it affect our fertility? Is there anything we can do to enhance our sex drives? How often should we actually be replacing our underwear? Is a cup, pad, or tampon the way to go? Is cycle syncing a real thing? Kaitlyn opens up about her experience with PMDD and asks Dr. Jen some of the questions that have been on her mind lately when it comes to sexual health and wellness. The two wrap up with a highly requested game of “ken you not” as well as some OB fact or fiction and of course, confessions. Thank you to our sponsors! Check out these deals for the Vinos: ADVOCARE - Get 15% off your first order at AdvoCare.com/otv (“otv” all lowercase) today. EHARMONY - Download the eharmony app and start free today. TALKSPACE - Use the code VINE at talkspace.com to get $100 off of your first month and show your support for the show. PROGRESSIVE - Quote at Progressive.com to join the over 27 million drivers who trust Progressive.
Etihad Airways recently raised US$1.2bn in the first sustainability-linked loan in global aviation with terms that relate to all three areas of ESG. Here, Etihad's CFO, Adam Boukadida, gives TMI the lowdown on the ground-breaking transaction.
The TMI gang pay tribute to one of Heigl's favorite movies as the Cher-led romantic black comedy turns 35! You'll learn about the rough-and-tumble Bronx playwright who penned the script, the genesis of the infamous “Snap out of it!” line, the fistfight that nearly broke out as they filmed the climactic scene — and a whole lot of Nic Cage facts. You'll also discover why everyone in the cast thought this movie would bomb, the tension between the two romantic leads, and the tragic, Springsteen-esque story of the real-life bakery at the heart of the film. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What are the steps that treasury teams can take to remove roadblocks in processing international payments? TMI's Eleanor Hill invites Daniela Eder, Gibran Maqsood, and Karsten Becker (Barclays) to answer this question. Here, our guests consider the payments hurdles that treasurers need to overcome from an FX perspective, explain how APIs are contributing to the real-time environment, and highlight how solutions such as ISO 20022 are enhancing efficiencies within the payments ecosystem.
We are going international!For season 6, we're on a topic that has been brought up in multiple episodes over the last 5 seasons - international dynamics. In our first episode of season 6, Ashley and Andrew interview Ted Ladd. Ted tells us more about how he decided to pursue a career at an international institution, what students can keep in mind if they want to work in multiple international locations over their careers, and gives advice on how to ensure you have multiple career options if you want to be an international scholar. You can reach Ted at email@example.com or on LinkedIn.Ted also has a book coming out in March titled "Innovating with Impact" that you can pre-order now on Amazon!---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------We would also like to acknowledge our Ukrainian friends in PhD programs and post-doctoral positions across the world. If there is anything we or the ENT Division can do to help you during this time, please reach out to us via our email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We are thinking and praying for all of you during this incredibly difficult time!---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TMI is a "for the students" podcast hosted by the AOM Entrepreneurship Division, where students are able to ask questions and get to know faculty and others in the field.Be sure to follow the AOM ENT Division on their social accounts and send your questions for guests, comments, or guest suggestions to our email: email@example.comENT Division Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/entdivaom/ENT Division Twitter - https://twitter.com/ENTDivAOMENT Division LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4289160/ENT Division YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW1hLti5A9cUzbmHHRVAwPA
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Sandra Shen (Actualize Consulting) joins TMI's Tom Alford to offer professional insight into what defines successful treasury project management. Our guest provides expert guidance on how to assign roles and leadership during project planning stages, considers the importance of mitigation strategies for cost overruns and unforeseen delays, and explains how to balance the day-to-day running of one's treasury alongside sizeable projects.
This week Ash & P discuss raising their kids and the different personalities they have. Ash & P also have a possible TMI conversation regarding Ash and her butt. Listen in to hear who gets gnomed and watch the episode (on Spotify) to get the clue for the contest! Follow Ash & P on Instagram and Facebook at @realashandp
The boys are back this week with a much anticipated, perhaps, incapacitated episode with KiKi. We sit down to speak about KiKi's 9 birthday parties and close out her birthday month. This will be a memorable episode unlike KiKi's memory of her 40th birthday! KiKi is over the hill in age and over the moon with this podcast! Enjoy! Guest: Crystal Mills (Aunt KiKi): Instagram - @cmills2007 Show Intro Music - Boston Alley (Travis Quentin Young): https://music.apple.com/us/album/we-belong-together/988137874?i=988138398 Travis Quentin Young - Instagram - https://instagram.com/travisqyoung?igshid=ODBkMDk1MTU= Show Sponsor: Bison Energy Drinks / Media by Bison https://www.bisonproducts.com Use our code "DaleNotDale" for 10% off your order! Show produced by: Adam Busby (The Buzzman)
The pressure to comply with ESG initiatives is being felt by corporates like never before, with ESG-compliance a common concern among treasury departments. TMI talks to Lavinia Bauerochse (Deutsche Bank) about treasury's next vital decision.
Our latest TreasuryCast guest, Aman Narain (HSBC) sits down with TMI's Eleanor Hill to consider the ways in which treasury might be impacted by embedded finance. In this podcast, Aman explains the differences between embedded finance and BaaS, shares his hopes for the future in this space, and provides the lowdown on HSBC's new partnership with NetSuite, which aims to enable the bank's customers to provide banking services over their own platforms.
The team behind I'm Sorry is so excited to share Add to Cart, hosted by Kulap Vilaysack and SuChin Pak. In this episode, Ku and Su catch up on life with baby Emerald, who arrived during her mother's peak szn (a.k.a the holidays). That also means it's time to check in with the gift-giving master Paul Scheer. Santa Scheer is back with gift guide 3.0, nerdy edition, which includes everything from collectible Blu-Ray movies to banana-dressing board games. Plus, he's got a hot tip on how to prepare for the unexpected gift scenario. Join the hosts of Add to Cart, comedian-writer-director Kulap Vilaysack and veteran journalist SuChin Pak, in a subversive take on consumerism. Each week, they have honest, revealing (sometimes TMI) conversations about all the big and little things they're adding to, or removing from, their carts. They decide what's worth the monetary/emotional investment, and what's not. From beauty products and health trends, to celebrities and philosophies they're passionate about, our hosts dig into anything we buy into and what it says about who we are. For more Add to Cart, click here: https://link.chtbl.com/AddToCart. Please note, Add To Cart contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. To see all products mentioned in this episode, head to @addtocartpod on Instagram. Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: lemonadamedia.com/sponsors Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. For additional resources, information, and a transcript of the episode, visit lemonadamedia.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
JESS IS BACK BABY! The girls are LIVE from Elsie's nursery, and start off hot with some pregnancy updates. Head to the YouTube if you want Rach's 30 week bump date! Jess is settling into a new reality, and although she isn't ready to share all that's she's been going through the past 2 months, she does share some really exciting and fun updates for the Cartellone-McAleese fam. The girls have a nice Thanksgiving chat (GBC crew rise up!!), and are truly ready to label themselves Thanksgiving food stans. Jess and Rach give you a little career/wedding talks, which quickly turns into a bit of TMI about their nether regions. If periods and discharge aren't your favorite topics of convo, feel free to skip minutes 49-60 - but we promise it will be worth the laughs. Jess talks about a lil vendor drama, but Rach is there to stroke her ego.Before the girls end the episode they talk about the future of the pod, and what their hopes are for 2023 as they both approach very new stages of life. We hope to take you with us on those journeys, and we thank you SO much for your patience as we transition into our new phases of life. We freaking love you and are so grateful for you all! IG- @forbetterandworsepodcastTikTok-@forbetterandworseWatch our episodes on YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCku0ZFVoy85uV3Lb8emND4g
On the cusp of BevNET's winter conferences in Santa Monica, the hosts spoke about how attendees can utilize the variety of resources available at the events and leverage connections with the BevNET team to engage with like-minded founders, industry executives and investors. They also hinted about a mystery speaker that no one will want to miss and riffed on some of their favorite new products sent to the office in recent weeks. Show notes: 0:45: Prep Work. An A-List Mystery. And The @BevNETMike Award Goes To… – Ray got it right (finally!) to kick off the episode before Mike and Jacqui shared their favorite parts of the winter events. The hosts then spoke about early-stage founders that were doubted when they launched their businesses but have since created iconic brands. Ray offered his (potentially TMI) pre-event grooming habits and discussed his love for a limited-time “boozy” ice cream and spicy varieties of plant-based chicken nuggets, Mike munched on meat sticks, bars and tamales, John highlighted honey-sweetened shots and non-alcoholic wine and spirits brands and Jacqui snacked on nuts and sipped on a canned cocktail. Brands in this episode: Athletic Brewing, Liquid Death, Jeni's, Grillo's, Uncle Nearest, Chomps, BelliWelli, Fillo's, HoneyDrop, SomethingElse, Golden Rule Spirits, Jukes, Dr. Praeger's, Pocket Latte, Velvet Llama
• I was driving home from work earlier and I started thinking about sometimes how paranoid my job has made me over the years. And as I was driving down the road and it was very dark and the road was very curvy, I got to thinking, you know, I'm trusting that person that's coming towards me around that curve from the opposite direction not to hit me. And I don't know them from Adam and I don't know if they're paying attention. I don't know if it's somebody with a good career or if it's a kid who just got his driver's license, but I'm driving on a curvy road in the middle of the night and it's dark and I'm trusting them without knowing them at all. (00:30)• Now this happened, I think, between May and September of this year. So it's very, very new, but he was actually arrested for putting nerve blocking agents and other drugs into IV bags at a surgery center. And so this resulted in the death of one of his coworkers and then also resulted in many of his patients having cardiac emergencies for what's considered to be a pretty simple surgery. So his name is Ronaldo Rivera Ortiz. He's a 59 year old. He was recently arrested in Plano, Texas by the police in Dallas, Texas. He faces the maximum of life in prison. But again, another example of somebody whose life is basically in our hands. I think about it frequently when you're in the hospital and I don't know how many of you have ever had surgery, but I had a kidney removed back in 2018. And I just remember when the doctor came in and he was talking to me and making small talk, trying to make me comfortable. And he got out his little Sharpie and started making X's on the left side of my abdomen and my flank. And I thought to myself, wow, I mean, we've all heard it happen. How easy would it be for them to be distracted, not be paying attention, be in a bad mood, be upset with someone and mark the wrong area and do surgery on the wrong body part or remove the wrong body part. It's kind of frightening when you think about it. (04:34)• They've never been written up because that hospital didn't want any legal consequences. So this looks very much like probably what happened in this case. They wrote him up, but there was never anything major done about it. And he was never fired because he was friends with the CEO. He also reportedly had about $4 million in unpaid taxes. So who knows, maybe he was just trying to take other people down with him because of that. But 10 to 20 patients were transported, incubated, and had to be put on a ventilator because he was tampering with these bags. And so I know I mentioned in an earlier episode, and if you didn't hear it, I'll say it again. When I was working in a hospital setting and I would medicate my patients, I always took the blister pack of the medication and all the syringes or whatever I was going to give them into their room unopened. And as I opened them, I would explain what they were, why we were giving them and just try to educate them a little bit and also let them see, I'm opening this, I'm giving you what I'm supposed to, this is not being tampered with, those types of things. (16:43)• But it does happen. My doctor actually left a sponge inside of me after he delivered my daughter. I'm 21 at the time, had absolutely no knowledge of what it was like to have a baby. And I was trying not to be that complaining patient who whined and something was always wrong, and this hurt and that hurt. I was trying to be tough, right? Because I'm old enough to have a baby, I should be able to handle it. And so he did my episiotomy, left the gauze in there, sewed it up. I go home and this may be TMI, but I go home and I feel this heavy, like pushing feeling on my stitches. And I'm like, what is going on? Again, I'm 21, never had a baby before. And I didn't want to complain or be that person who calls the doctor over and over and over asking, what's wrong? Something's not right. But I did, I had to. I knew something was wrong. It literally felt like another kid was trying to push their way out. And so it was so, so heavy and I couldn't figure it out. I called him, I swear y'all, I called him three times a week for two solid weeks. (19:33) CONNECT WITH JULIE MATTSON:• Website: https://pushinguplilies.com• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pushinguplilies
Should you ever have the chance to join us here at the Atheist Community of Austin's Free Thought Library in Central Texas you'll likely hear one of our favorite bits of local slang- ya'll know the one I mean. And, as we like to say, ya'll means all ya'll. Joining Christy this week live IN STUDIO is LPC Associate JP Cardenas, health at every size therapist and fat liberation activist, eager to set the record straight on body positivity, BMI and possibly a little TMI on bodies of all sorts and sizes. Join us by phone, internet or in person with your calls and questions and find out what's turning us on this week on SecX!
So ya'll wanted an extendo clip… well, you got one… literally! BFW's pre-Thanksgiving edition popped off with Rumble Williams laying out a statute of limitations on new movie discussion (01:00), which got us talking about Black Panther 2 watchers (02:00) and dubbing old videos and movies (07:00). Next, we ran through some things that Burned Our Boudin this week including Coke Zero truthers (10:00), “be there in 5 minutes” (17:00), bad aux cord holders (18:00), not using GPS for unknown trips (19:00), and screenshots with TMI (24:00). After this, we had a lot of discussion about Black on Black violence, particularly the UVA shooting (27:00), Glock switches (37:00), and #JusticeForQuella (44:00). With Gramstar in the mix this week, it was only right to have a lengthy discussion about soccer and particularly, the World Cup (58:00). To wrap things up, we gave our Big Three Louisiana city names (1:12:00).
The 2010s were so fire, so lit, and so cringe, we just had to revisit our five-part series looking at the decade. In the 2010s, we had good times, probably, and bad times too, and pop culture was there to get us through it all. The Pop Culture Junkie Podcast is again bringing you the most memorable moments of the years 2010 through 2019 with our series We Love the 2010s. This week, Alex, Hayley, Nicole and Shauna give their hot takes on the years 2014 and 2015. 2014 was the year of Gone Girl power: we were ‘All About that Bass' and took a trip to Broad City; Sony got hacked and so did Apple, leading to some TMI leaks; this is the year we met Adele Dazeem, John Wick, and that hot mugshot guy, and couples who just met ended up married for a reality TV show; and finally this is the year we said “Hands up; don't shoot” and ‘Turn Down for What'? Links: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-junkie/id1536737728 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7k2pUxzNDBXNCHzFM7EL8W Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/popculturejunkiepodcast Website: www.popculturejunkie.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/PopCultureJunkiePodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/PopJunkies Instagram: www.instagram.com/pop.culturejunkies Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Hayley on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thirtynerdythriving Nicole on Instagram: www.instagram.com/nicole_eldridge Nicole on Twitter: www.twitter.com/naeldridge14 Nicole on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@nicole_eldridge Shauna on Twitter: www.twitter.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on Instagram: www.instagram.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@shaunatrinidad
Did you catch it? Postpartum Plant thoughts are being talked about today!Get excited for a very scary bug story where I got some natural lip fillers, why I called my doc Dr. Covid, and how my hair washing schedule is getting extremely disrupted. hehe! Lots to unpack today and I hope you enjoy it!Be sure to head over to the instagram (@everymomneedafriend) to see some sweet baby content and to connect with me through polls, pics, and probably some TMI! Love y'all deep!!
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"If you can be anything..be real." -Nikki Rowe On today's episode Abby and Margot get super honest about some of the more...uncomfortable, ridiculous, humorous, and very REAL parts of life. Being a human being is hard, but it's a bit easier when we can laugh about the absurdity of human nature! The Warriors share candid, personal, honest, and relatable stories that may be a bit "TMI" and the anxiety they felt in those awkward moments. They connect about ways they navigate their experiences, and talk about how *sometimes* it's in those moments of "overshare" where they feel the most connected to themselves and others.Shop Anxiety Warriors Podcast Merch at: https://anxietywarriorspodcast.threadless.com/ https://www.instagram.com/anxietywarriorspodcast/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anxiety-warriors/message
This week we're chatting with two of the funniest women in your airpods right now – co hosts of Add To Cart podcast, veteran journalist SuChin Pak and comedian-writer-director Kulap Vilaysack! Add to Cart is an award-winning show “About the things we buy, and buy into. And what it says about who we are.” Their honest, revealing (sometimes TMI) conversations are about all the big and little things they're adding to, or removing from, their carts – sounding off on everything from health trends to celebrities to philosophies… and today, beauty! In an epic podswap, your humble Breaking Beauty hosts are guests on Add To Cart podcast this week! Tune in as Jill gives her take on the (and improved?) Dyson Air Wrap, while Carlene reveals her thoughts on Chanel's new limousine of mascaras. But that's not all, we also come clean on the products we're *removing* from our carts, as Carlene unleashes fire and fury on the whole category of Skin Tints. This Week You'll Hear All About: SuChin's surprising road trip essential – literally never heard of this reco before! The affordable skincare line that SuChin swears by to get visible results The reason Kulap is requesting a beauty intervention from her neck roller wand The one product that self-professed budget babe SuChin is splurging on and why she thinks it's worth the spend What Su and Ku say are the perfect holiday gifts The beauty adventures we're shipping - which destination would you join us on? Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Find us on Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter. Join our private Facebook group, or give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 1-844-227-0302. For any products or links mentioned in this episode, check out our website: https://breakingbeautypodcast.com/episode-recaps/ PROMO CODES: When you support our sponsors, you support the creation of Breaking Beauty Podcast! espressOh Stock up on all of your Italian beauty essentials today at espressoh.com and get 15% off of your purchase using code BEAUTY. Macy's Macy's Friends & Family Sale has everything you need to get prepped for the holidays. From October 24 to October 31, get 30% off regular, sale and clearance clothing, shoes and handbags, plus 15% off beauty. Check out macys.com to shop the sale. Shed The Silence Nutrafol is a clinically effective, natural supplement brand on a mission to normalize female hair thinning, creating a space to connect, talk and destigmatize female hair issues together. Join the conversation at shedthesilence.com *Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all products reviewed are gratis media samples submitted for editorial consideration.* Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya Produced by Dear Media Studio