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Dr. Oz, Herschel Walker Are Fighting Their Way Back

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 23 hrs ago

Dr. Oz, Herschel Walker Are Fighting Their Way Back

"Doctor Oz Doctor Oz is a hell of a candidate Look how he's fighting clawing his way back He's up against the media He's up against 60 $1 million in dark money And he's fought his way back and when you hear him speak either on Fox you've spoken on my radio show a few times He knows the issues He's very articulate He's very intelligent I can't predict if he gets elected how he'll be necessarily but I know he'll be better than fetterman In many ways in many ways so that's one Suck at another one Herschel Walker Is there better candidate To run against the radical left wing communist Democrat Then Herschel Walker I don't think so As a 100% name ID in Georgia he's a son of Georgia Heisman Trophy winner fantastic professional football player Very down to earth He may not speak like a British prince but he speaks to the people and he speaks from the heart and he knows of what he says He's not a politician He's a good candidate and he's in the fight So

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Caller: No Way Joe Biden Could Pass a Cognitive Test

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 1 d ago

Caller: No Way Joe Biden Could Pass a Cognitive Test

"I'm just sitting here in the state of shock over the president and calling on a dead congresswoman. So I happen to lose my brother in 2018. Because the last couple of years of his life, my grandmother had Alzheimer's and dementia and we started seeing things in my father and then he had cancer and we saw it at worst, but I actually sat in on these cognitive tests that they give people who have Alzheimer's and dementia. Right. And I remember when Biden was elected within the first, I think month or two, it was big news that, oh yeah, no Biden had a cognitive test that he was fine. I've sat through those. I watched my father go through it. I can 100% say there's no way that he would have passed a normal cognitive test. I mean, how could this not be an issue of dementia? How in the world, if he's calling on a woman who was killed in a very high profile, terrible accident that everybody knew about and he's standing at the podium saying, hey Jackie, come on up. Come on up and speak. How's that not dementia? Or Alzheimer's or some cognitive crisis?

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Jim Hanson: We Can't Change Everything at Once

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Jim Hanson: We Can't Change Everything at Once

"Need something a little bit stronger than just defunding DEI when it comes to congressional oversight? A 100%, but you got to fire a shot across the bow. And so the idea is we can't change everything at once. So let's pick a couple of things. I would add something along the lines of protections for children being mutilated. You know, something along those lines. Yeah, stop the transgender surgery and drugs for kids who are too young to decide whether they want to PBJ or Bologna and cheese for lunch. They shouldn't be taking drugs to change their lives. Pick a couple things like that that are very popular and make that. Because as long as we've just got a Congress, maybe both houses maybe one, we're not going to change much. But we need to set the set the idea that that's where we're going. Show

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Jim Hanson: We Are the Insurgents in an Occupied Country

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:12 min | 2 d ago

Jim Hanson: We Are the Insurgents in an Occupied Country

"People saw that life under woke rule life under social Democrat or whatever you want to call their version of socialism was destroying their country. And they said, maybe we should stop. I mean, the motto for Georgia maloney was God family country. And she said the following, she said, number one, the rebels are now the conservatives in her secret speech. And I've been saying for years that ironically, we are the cool kids, right? The counterculture hippies have become the fascists running the FBI. And now the cult counterculture is us. It is the conservatives. And she went on to say that we're the rebels. Let me run that past you first. What do you think of that comment from cpac? A 100% agree. We are the insurgents in an occupied country. Our republic has been occupied by woke neo marxists. And we're trying to take it back. And we have to fight that way. So if you want to win this culture war, then go ahead and assume we're at that big a disadvantage and act like it. But the nice thing is, the people are rising. We are ascendant. That's the wonderful feeling for me, is everywhere you go. More people have seen that life under Democrat rule sucks.

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Naomi Wolf Reveals SHOCKING Details of the COVID Vaccine

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 2 d ago

Naomi Wolf Reveals SHOCKING Details of the COVID Vaccine

"Hey there folks talking to Naomi wolf. So Naomi, just to focus the point here, you're suggesting that the Chinese communists intended to harm and kill non Chinese through these vaccines. Yes or no? Well, I'm a reporter, so I don't jump ahead of the evidence, right? So what I'm telling you that I know is that these injections are now the IP has been a 100% transferred the SEC filing of 2021 since the IP of these injections of BioNTech Pfizer are transferred to China. It doesn't say a Chinese individual. It doesn't say a Chinese company. It's his two China, the country of China. So now in 2022, if you get a Pfizer injection, you're getting an injection that is overseen manufactured and distributed under the ownership of China, which is our existential adversary in a totalitarian regime that kills its own people, harvests organs from its own people. So that I know. And I also know that there are catastrophic levels of harm in the Pfizer documents, particularly and I didn't even finish the evidence, but I can go back to it. Please sterilizing the next generation.

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'Toddcast Podcast' Rises in Ranks Among U.S. Podcasts

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

'Toddcast Podcast' Rises in Ranks Among U.S. Podcasts

"Just got word yesterday. Try to digital. They keep track of all the, all the podcast in America. Not just the news, but all the podcast in America, and we cracked the top 100 podcast in all of the United States. Number 98 and among talk radio host, we are number 5, so thank you very much America. That's pretty impressive because the last time I checked, how many podcasts are there out there Todd? You're competing with a lot. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know the exact number. I don't know. 12 million 332. Well, I did put it in our newscast. Locally. Because it is a big deal and congrats on that. Well, thank

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A Firsthand Look at the Mexican-US Border Crisis With Sheriff Lamb

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:45 min | 4 d ago

A Firsthand Look at the Mexican-US Border Crisis With Sheriff Lamb

"Us a scale sheriff lamb of Arizona is a big state. So how big is your territory? How many guys have you got? And what's happened to the collaboration between your team, the county team and the state assets. And the feds since Biden took over. So we're 5400 square miles, which is the size of the state of Connecticut. And we do that with 240 deputies. I have 600 employees because I have a gel and I have 6 million. But we do have how many guys are on patrol at 100. A hundred guys total, 25 at a time on patrol to patrol an area the size of the state of Connecticut. We have a population of 500,000 people. So we've got our work cut out for us that it is. We don't need the federal government to add more work on us by not securing the borders and having to go out and work in the desert. Now, what was it like before under the Trump administration? What was work relations like with HSI CBP and DHS? We've always had really good work in relationships with border patrol, CBP, ice. We continue to have it on the ground level, where we don't have it, is outside of the state of Arizona. It goes cold. And it went cold January 21st, 2021. The day after. The day after they were put in office, we lost all communication from Washington, D.C.. And I've still never heard from anybody high up within the organization of DHS or border patrol. Outside of Arizona. How many times did you make it to The White House on official business under the Trump administration? I came to The White House ten times. And how many times under president Trump? And last year and a half, zero.

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Eric Launches His New Book 'Letter to the American Church'!

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:14 min | Last week

Eric Launches His New Book 'Letter to the American Church'!

"So exhausted because yesterday was the launch day of the book. My new book, letter to the American church, and oh my goodness, I did so much media, which is a blessing, but it is absolutely exhausting. I even did stuff yesterday that they didn't air yesterday, but I was on with Charlie Kirk in, I guess at 2 o'clock, he had me up for the whole hour. And it was, it was pretty extraordinary, really, to do an hour with Charlie. And I think that accounts for here's the good news. Alvin, I think you just mentioned it to me, but the book hit the top 100 on Amazon. Yes. Yesterday, which I have to tell you, and it's still in the top 100 right now. That's a big deal, folks. So any of you who ordered the book in the last few days in particular, I want to say thank you because I know I mentioned this every time I come out with a book, but it is really vital to the success of a book that it do very well in the beginning and that it bump into onto bestseller lists. Otherwise, it pretty much gets forgotten.

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Remembering John Coleman: 'There Is No Global Warming'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | Last week

Remembering John Coleman: 'There Is No Global Warming'

"Listen to mister Coleman He was on he was on a while back and he was trying to tell the people that CNN there's no such thing There's no such thing as the stuff in the propaganda And if you listen to everything he says he talks about his stuff that I talk about all the time and the fact that they have no proof there's absolutely 100% no proof He talks about you know you hear what 97% of the scientists are consent to say is weighty tells you he talks about that And he really eats this reporter's rear end up He really I mean he just tears another hole in it So here it is mister John Coleman He was on CNN And all he wants to do and I've been saying this for long let both sides come on Let both sides come on It's not what the government's doing It's not what the media is doing They want their narrative on the issue and their narrative is an outright law Listen to mystical And CNN has taken a very strong position on global warming that it is a consensus Well there is no consensus in science It isn't a vote Science is about facts And if you get down to the hard cold facts there's no question about it Climate change is not happening There is no significant man-made global warming now There hasn't been any in the past but there's no reason to expect any in the future There's a whole lot of pony and yes it is it has become a big political point of the Democratic Party and part of their platform And I regret to become political instead of scientific but the science is on my side I don't think we're going to come to the conclusion about the topic right here What I do wonder is allow it to happen on CNN but I'm happy that I got on the air Hello everybody What are you doing

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Trump docs probe: Court lifts hold on Mar-a-Lago records

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Trump docs probe: Court lifts hold on Mar-a-Lago records

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a federal appeals court lifts the hold on the record seized from Mar-a-Lago A three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th circuit has lifted a judge's hold preventing the Justice Department from evaluating the classified record seized from former president Donald Trump's Florida estate U.S. district judge aileen cannon had temporarily barred investigators from continuing to use the documents in an ongoing investigation as the Justice Department evaluates whether to bring criminal charges The government appealed to the hold arguing its investigation had been impeded by the order Last month the FBI seized roughly 11,000 documents including about 100 with classified markings during a court authorized search of Mar-a-Lago Mike Gracia Washington

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Matt Rosendale: Biden Doesn't Want to Let Go of 'Emergency Powers'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:28 min | Last week

Matt Rosendale: Biden Doesn't Want to Let Go of 'Emergency Powers'

"To let go of this emergency power. This gives them almost dictator like powers. It's intoxicating to them. They never want to let it go, so he can't say the pandemic's over because then the emergency powers are over, right? You are spot on Harry and they are stuck between the proverbial rock and the hard place because he wants to put the country at ease and act like he is the one who has sold this pandemic problem. He is the one they want to pretend that he is the one that saw the COVID situation. Meanwhile, natural immunity has gone around the globe and unfortunately, we lost a lot of lives, the reality is a lot of people were going to die, regardless of who was vaccinated and who was wearing masks and so it had to run its course. And it has done that, but you are 100% correct. They don't want to leave that power go. We still have people voting on the House floor by proxy. It is an absolute disgrace that we have members that do not show up on the House floor to vote either for or against the legislation that is being proposed before Congress and their constituents should be aware of that. Yeah, they don't want to let that go either. A hundred people. Yeah. And I want to let that go. They don't want to let that go. They don't even have to go show up. They can vote from wherever they are.

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Who Will Win the Seat in Minnesota's 3rd District?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:16 min | Last week

Who Will Win the Seat in Minnesota's 3rd District?

"Let's tell people first for the third district is in Minnesota who you're running against and how the race stands. Well, the third district in Minnesota is the western suburbs basically of Minneapolis. I'm running against congressman dean Phillips, a self proclaimed moderate who's voted 100% of the time with President Biden and speaker Pelosi and their failed agenda. And it's a suburban district that actually was Republican for about 50 straight years. And so four years ago, congressman Phillips pulled one out of the hat and brought it over to the democratic side, but it's a district that I think is ready for ready for the Republicans to take back. It's a business centric district with a line of sort of pragmatic independent voters at its core. Along with that conservative base and the two issues that are really impacting obviously all minnesotans and all Americans inflation and crime, the 40% of those in the district to identify as independent definitely believe that conservative principles are the way to attack those two issues affecting all Americans. So I think we're in great shape. This November 8th to get a victory up there in Minnesota's third district and bring conservative Midwestern values to D.C. to represent the great folks in Minnesota. Now

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Race Scholar: SCOTUS ‘Founded to Defend White Supremacy'

Mark Levin

01:11 min | Last week

Race Scholar: SCOTUS ‘Founded to Defend White Supremacy'

"Over at the college fix another great site College fixed dot com Supreme Court was founded to defend white supremacy should be abolished as a race scholar How do you become a race scholar Supreme Court can not protect the civil rights of citizens because it was founded to defend white supremacy on quote a professor of africana studies wrote on Tuesday professor Claudia Garcia Rojas In an essay titled the Supreme Court won't save us it was founded to defend white supremacy Argues that president Donald Trump's quote stacking of the court with far right justices as a strategic move meant to defend white Christian nationalism Oh yeah that's why all those great decisions for faith and religion in the last half a century Instead of packing the court citizens should be asking what steps can we be taking toward abolishing it She wrote so these are what we have these professors And you wonder why 70% of young people don't think America is great Because a 100% of these nut jobs are brainwashing them

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How Secularism Kills

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:53 sec | Last week

How Secularism Kills

"If you went to college, you were told, no more people have been killed in the name of God and religion than anything else. You know what? Let's do that, by the way, is a northern issues topic. I'd like to respond to that. More people have been killed in the name of God and religion. Actually, more people have been killed by secular movements, secular movements. Of big government, everything progressives adore, secularism, and big government. Have been the sources of the greatest monstrosities that we have recorded. Specifically, communism, and the 100 million people killed by communists. Which means nothing to anyone on the left, nothing.

People Are Getting Insane Leg-Lengthening Surgery

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:34 min | Last week

People Are Getting Insane Leg-Lengthening Surgery

"The new fed now that people are doing, GQ wrote a piece about it, leg lengthening surgery. It's real. The article says that more and more men are getting a radical and expensive surgery that adds three to 6 inches to their height. But you've got to have both your femur bones broken. Are you kidding me? So in the article a couple of guys got the surgery, kind named John lovedale, now he's just 5 11. He used to be, well, three inches shorter. But he paid $75,000 last September. For this agonizing privilege of having his legs surgically lengthened and they have both steamer bones broken and adjustable metal nails inserted down their centers and each nail has made a titanium, which is flexible and sturdy, like bone, about the size of a piccolo and the nails were extended one millimeter every day for 90 days using this magnetic remote control. I can't believe this. It's a very long recovery time too. The guy couldn't walk for months. Even at the 8 month Mark, he still hadn't healed and his right femur is very fragile. The smallest stumble doctors say could snap a bone in two. It's relentless and excruciating pain and of course they get a bunch of painkillers to help them through it. He got this surgery with a guy named doctor Kevin, Debbie perchard goes by doctor D, runs the limb class X institute at a Las Vegas. Oh yeah, get me started from Vegas. I mean, surgery in Vegas sounds scary to begin with. They'll sketchy begin with the guy expert in like lengthening and his patients have doubled since everybody started working from home during the pandemic. The patients want to be 6 inches taller, they're going to pay a 150,000 and they also have to have their tibias broken in addition to their femurs. And there's an added cost of a 14,000 to 20,000 bucks to get the titanium nails out of the legs after everything's healed the guy's gonna pay Paul 100 bucks a month for the next 5 years for this treatment surgery.

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Veteran NY judge named as arbiter in Trump Mar-a-Lago probe

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Veteran NY judge named as arbiter in Trump Mar-a-Lago probe

"A veteran New York judge has been named to serve as an independent arbiter and review records the FBI seized in its search of former president Trump's Florida home last month I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Raymond Derry is a former federal prosecutor and for years served as the chief judge of the federal court based in Brooklyn He will serve as a special master and have access to the entire tranche of documents seized during the August search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate segregating out any that may be covered by claims of privilege The FBI says it recovered more than 11,000 documents roughly 100 with classification markings The Justice Department has argued the arbiter should not be permitted to inspect the classified records in her order U.S. district judge aileen cannon also refused the department's request to lift her temporary prohibition on its use of those records Ben Thomas Washington

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Dan Bongino: The Cryptic Four Fingers

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Dan Bongino: The Cryptic Four Fingers

"And I remember my buddy saying brother embrace the sock we're here we got a job to do We got to get it done No one really cares if you're feeling sick And I needed to hear that Like just shut up and get it done You know I remember being in Trinidad I got sick in the upside down hotel over there It's built into the side of the mountain You come in at the top floor So it's actually upside down to go to the top floor You have to go down They call it the upside downhill And I'm sitting there and it's the last day of my advance It's probably a 100° of sweating listening to Obama give a speech I've been throwing up all day I probably lost ten pounds of fluids I had IVs and everything And we're going up in the elevator on wide as it goes I'm in this packed elevator with Obama the sack and the elite advance this guy Steve And he looks over at me and he sees like I'm about to throw up and this elevator with Obama 'cause I'm so sick And he sticks up for fingers folks Really deep down by his waist like he doesn't really cryptic He's got a suit on him right by his belt line He looks down at his hand so I'll look at him And he's got four fingers up You're watching on Fox nation just like this Like you were given the middle finger with four And I'm looking and puzzled and I'm like what's that So he waves me off like you know it's the elevator Like we'll talk about it later So trips over finally we Obama gives a speech leaves in the limo I'm throwing up like crazy I just pass out I think I slept for 24 hours I said to him later I go Steve what was that for You were doing He says the fourth quarter brother It was the end of the trip You stay in that damn game you know what I mean You don't come out of that game in the fourth quarter That's embracing the suck But that's embracing the suck in a positive way

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R. Kelly Found Guilty for Child Pornography

The Officer Tatum Show

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

R. Kelly Found Guilty for Child Pornography

"It's R. Kelly thing. I'm just reading it in the break and it's just weird to me. I mean, maybe I should be thanking God and saying God, thank you that I have my right mind. I don't know why a man would want to mess with young girls like that. But he that man can have any woman in the world. There are grown women that look young. Why don't you get a grown woman that look young? Dress up or whatever. Why are you gonna mess with kids? And it says that he was, I lost count of how many counts of crimes he's being charged with. They just piling it on, and I don't blame them. It's just 55 year old R. Kelly faces 13 total charges, including obstruction of obstructing justice by paying off a minor victim and witnesses in a Chicago case filed in 2002. Producing and receiving child pornography and coercing miners into engaging in illegal sexual activity. Now, you know, I'm maybe a little more sinister when it comes to some of these things because I 100% believe he should go to prison. But I also feel like that we need to these parents because if your kid is 14, it says right here, it says said this girl named Jane said that she was 14 at the time that she was recorded having sex with R. Kelly. What is your 14 year old doing with a grown man?

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21:30 min | 1 year ago

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12:16 min | 1 year ago

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12:02 min | 1 year ago

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07:05 min | 1 year ago

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07:15 min | 1 year ago

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02:28 min | 1 year ago

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03:49 min | 1 year ago

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"100%" Discussed on The First 100 Days

The First 100 Days

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"100%" Discussed on The First 100 Days

"Hi everyone. I'm trinity new in west user gems and today on keeping at one hundred with gabrielle south development manager at gong for this episode. We did a lightning round of tips. How to break into sales specifically technology sales and how to find the right company where you can bring your whole self to work. Let's dive in one of the biggest challenges that i'm seeing right now for folks who are trying to break into sales like an sdr role for the first time especially if they've had no prior tech sales experience what i see them. Struggle with is thinking that they have to have tech sales experience in order to get into tech sales. If that was the case none of us would be here right now. So what. I share with folks in terms of the things that they can do regardless of their experience is what are your redeeming qualities. Let's just start off with that. What are the things that regardless of the activity that you're being asked to do that. You would do really well so for me. I recognize like. Wow i don't have experienced Very fast learner or hey. I don't necessarily know what this means. But i can figure it out incredibly resourceful or hey. I don't necessarily know about the tech space hall but well networked in. I can ask people questions. And i can figure things out really like think through. What are your redeeming qualities that even though this is something that's completely new. These are the qualities that will help you to bridge. Whatever gap might be perceived in the second piece says be very intentional. Be proactive in the interview. Experience in sharing that with the hiring managers. Call it out before they have a chance to use set the narrative. And so i think the big key here is you have to be the person to set the narrative from the very very get go. 'cause that's really all your work with right if you don't have the experience that's what managers are looking for on. Might i only have so much capital. That i can invest in my people at wanna make sure that when i invest this much capital and i'm getting a return on my engagement so if somebody is engaging with them and i'm not semi. Am i going to work harder than you like. Do i care more than you do. That's a problem. Make sense if we flip it around so for candidates who have multiple offers You wrote about finding the companies that align with your values of who you are. So what are some ways that candidates on blazing general where you can do that kind of self reflection to know your core values and then find companies have mashed that you okay so i mean you could go to therapy. He could go to therapy. You could get a coach right. Someone who work through things with you. I recognize that not everyone might be able to have access to those resources so one of the things that i learned from a therapist in the past into all about trying to figure out what are my dealbreakers. What are my non-negotiable right. And then what are the things that are really fueling for me so one of the things you can do is think through again. You can ask the question. What am i redeem qualities. What are my biggest strengths. And then ask yourself the question. What's required in order for me to exercise those strikes. I need to be in that space in place where i can learn. I love to learn. I love to grow so for me. Value of mine is going to be growth and learning. I need to be at a company that also acknowledges and appreciates that learners mindset. I need to have leadership. Who supportive of mike growth as well. So that's what i'm really thinking about is. What are the things that really light me up that. Keep me fueled that inspire me. I have those written down. Then i think about okay. Well what is the environment that's needed. Or what are the conditions that are needed in order to support that cultivate that even more encouraged that even more and then what is the kind of leadership that's required in order to maintain and grow that kind of environment. So i figure those things out. I can start asking questions during the interview experience to either identify. Yes they have these qualities that can support my values or no. This is a hard. No right i think this is the hardest. Part is recognizing. I have women's that if somebody crosses this boundary it'll be detrimental for me as a person there certain experiences where i didn't know the exact questions needed to ask but i was very present during the interview experience. I remember having one interview again. A presentation and at the end of the presentation one of the people on the panel was like that was cute but not good taste basically not word for word but essentially yes it was like i could tell you worked really hard and the design was really nice but there was nothing significant that you shared with us that was legitimately it and basically for fifteen minutes. They just tore my presentation apart. And i remember after this interview i laid on the floor and i was like that felt terrible is so this is a boundary. I was like. Hey listen if i'm experiencing this in the interview. This is what i'm gonna get when i go to the job and it's gonna be worse. They're on their best behavior right now. What happens when they're on their normal behavior. What happens when they're having a bad day so for me. I thought about even this values exercise. I value feeling supported and there. I felt so dismissed i felt torn apart and i was like. This is not a space where i can feel supported if you want to hear more from gabrielle. You can join her and alexey in mood. War on women in sales clubhouse room every saturday at two pm central. If you not in clubhouse you can still join her on. Sdr on lincoln live every friday at eleven am central. And if you're looking for your next opportunity and want to put gabrielle's tips who practice. Gong is also hiring across the board and especially looking for folks from diverse background. Do you have a note of encouragement or insights suchard. Email me and we'll get you on the show at podcast at user gems dot com. Thanks for listening..

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"100%" Discussed on The First 100 Days

The First 100 Days

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"100%" Discussed on The First 100 Days

"Make sure they get their data and earlier on you mentioned about making sure you're up to your manage manager and then leadership et cetera. Do you think were there any different expectations specifically because elements a. I is a startup versus. If you join a different. I like consumer retailer. They say nike for example. Do you think the expectations differ. Every place has their rituals I don't know that that companies are always aware that they have these rituals abbott. When you're the newcomer you've zurve quite quickly. All of the kind of the undercurrent That you observe when you're newcomer that i don't think you realize when when you when he's been seat and the culture so i believe most places are different extremely important to be cautious and cognizant that you walking into unknown territory and to into your host with respect when you join element. Is there any mistake or rope locks. You ran into and were you like well if i could go back. In time i would have done that differently. I got until you gotta you have much more leeway in startup that did you in a very established business and that's one of the beauties of it. I would tell you that you can really play a lot more than you can in a business. That's very mature. Mary stablest over the rules or role very very clear. So the spirit of experimentation. I think maybe i'm being. I'm being too optimistic. But i think it allows you to make less mistakes because you don't you don't push a roll out to experiment than sometimes you catch yourself before you make a mistake. So example the fact of having Dailies the fact of doing sprints the fact of being so close to your stakeholder probably stop you from making some massive mistake because you're there to create value in the stakeholders there to tell you. Well i'm not so sure that you're still on track for that because the spreads her two weeks. it's not like the big reveal. There's less risk that that way working. I find because you're so close to the output tactic. I think that's part of it. I think it's a self correcting kind of mechanism. Now i'm a believer in figuring out how to adopt sprint into the marketing and disaster process. Here it makes sense. You can catch it so much faster. You don't wait. Six months preparing for the launch and then realize that's not what some people had in mind and some people could be your ceo. Yes and i think the other thing. That is very exciting. Her agility is the fact that you put your customer. Your internal stakeholder at the heart of it so all of a sudden forces you to be very empathetic and very focused on delivering value. For the stakeholder burn so your role right now is in brands and digital. So can you elaborate to for the audience under senate what that entails and who your stakeholders are so in terms of processes. I in the sprints so i will own the sprint across the full marketing organization because i own the program so because i owned the channels. So whether it's a social email web media he are usually my stakeholders will will come to my group to execute a campaign so what ends up happening is that the teams will come together to put forward what the priorities are and we will rock them so we start to iraq and the ideas to figure out what the capacity of the group is to deliver for that two weeks prince so basically my roles spans branding external communications as social. Paid and earned. Pr so earned paid media whether it's display search seo blog and the web so and design so think about the execution of marketing program migrant will be executing against that we also run a abm so everything at abm related. We'll go through my group. That's interesting evan. The house unlike yep makes sense. Abm is interesting. Because i usually. Abm would sit under demand generation type of prorate the we don't were structured. We'd all have demand generation per se. It becomes a collaboration between mike group and customer marketing so example somebody on the industry side of things will watch to create a campaign We will work in tandem with them to identify the target list. Nice ep work to prioritize or to to to focus in on the value prop they will work on messaging might work onto the actual delivery of the content. If you will like there's anything to design if there's any awareness to be done prior to the launch of the campaign will do it together so it's a it's a very tiered. Very tiered. Approach will wary. You see that the baton pass needs to be fairly seamless an not to create friction. So again i find. The opportunity is all of a sudden weather. I own demand. Generation are not doesn't matter because in effect everyone that touches it feels assessable ownership to deliver against because they own part of the process so brands tried to take a page from the b. Two c. Playbook to be more approachable more human appeal to the emotions instead of the button up proper corporate image. So what are the top three tips you would give to the be marketers in trying to learn compete to see. I think it's such an exciting space for b. two b. right now so my idea of why be could seem so cookie cutter at times. Is maybe the traditional approach was focused on the mechanics whereas on the b. two c. side especially in the consumer space the mechanics really about differentiations. Branding is a big part of standing out. It's almost like it was the opposite path.

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"100%" Discussed on The First 100 Days

The First 100 Days

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"100%" Discussed on The First 100 Days

"Marsh. Vp of sales at spend desk. His insight for revenue leaders is to not just blindly coffee. Best practices but to take the time to figure out the right approach for your situation whether it's technology or tactics to reach your goals. Here's alfie illustrating his advice on taking a systems thinking approach to being a revenue manager. I think that when you when you go into a manager role. It's that transition from icu. To a not working as an individual within a machine. I am the machine operates up and you have to take systems thinking approach to to management an analogy which helps explain. This is a. You're trying to make the best car in the world. It might be easy to think. Okay i'm just gonna take the best bits of the best 'cause in the world so i'm going to take the take piece out of System from tesna taken engine out of the mustang type of polish. I if you mentioned taking these pots output on a warehouse floor in the factory and then reassembling them to get thinking. This is going to be the best allowed while you'd be mistaken because they probably don't even talk to each other the nuts and bolts ain't fit. You wouldn't even move and so a systems. Thinking is not looking at each individual piece in trying to optimize and maximize. But it's how does one piece actually relate into the other if you used to things like emails or coup. These sorts of things you can try maximize get in the number of coups but if the pitch that's going through these is not work in or you constantly go incorrect numbers because your day to provide a sox will they just don't really work in a systems orientated fashion and you really need to think about building your own machine from the ground up making sure each individual pieces with each other and that is another big problem when you look outside help for advice because everything is taken out of context. What's really well for. One company or one particular team is seeking wet wealthy. Because you haven't got the context of what other interlinked can pause. Actually that so you just kind of stay in your lane. Look out to the other things happen into to understand which call has the best in best technology pace in wichita has engine but you have to join one. You can't focus on trying to patch walk things together and making system networks. Do you have a note of encouragement or insights to share email. Me and we'll get you on the show at podcast at user gems.

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"100%" Discussed on The First 100 Days

The First 100 Days

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"100%" Discussed on The First 100 Days

"As part of the first one hundred days. Podcast the keeping at one hundred is a series of five minute episodes of bite sized tips and encouragement from revenue petitioners to have a more fulfilled life and work. Our guests for this episode is christian. Clip zo seal and co founder of usa jams who is also one of my two co host for this podcast. Even though he's an engineer by trade christian wears multiple hats on a daily basis so krishan. What do you want to share with our audience today for me. It's would i come to the realization. Is that in in pretty much every role. I think this applies to everything. This applies to me as a founder as well that in pretty much everything they redo their outsized return of a yes over. Even many knows that. We're getting. And i see this as a founder when i'm fundraising i see this in the sales process but the starts as early as when you decide and apply to college. It doesn't matter. How many knows you get along the way as long as you're getting one yes that can be life changing and for me this is also really motivating because we all know how much and no hurts. But as long as you're not giving up and going after the yes we will still be successful because nobody's asking after the knows they don't ask. How can you fail at the end. They see the yes and they see the success. The other thing that i often think about is to evaluate your decisions in your life based on the opportunity cost so i feel like we always when we decide what we should be doing in life and it's so easy to continue going down the path of that we've already started but in addition to what we already doing and what we succeeding there were. Not what is the opportunity cost of innocence. Spending my life on this task. What else could it be doing in that sets because our life is short. And because we have so much potential and so much fulfillment that we could achieve. What is the opportunity cost of giving up by going down that path. That i'm going down right now and i think that helps me evaluate. Is it the right thing that i'm doing or should it be doing. It's oftentimes just too easy not to make a decision but by not making that decision you make you deciding not to do something else so you need to consider that as well so i think it's more often than not it's an argument for trying something new but at the same time it could also be that what you're doing right now doesn't have anything equally that you could be doing. Instead i've been working on startups for many years and for startups. There's always a hard decision. Is this something that will go somewhere where it's something i should stop. I should be doing something else. So during these times i was always evaluating is. What's the opportunity cost of my life. Really of continued doing that. Doing something you and this is similar to Airbnb and in a leftist example of the thousand days of pain. Our ticket from airbnb were for thousand. Days didn't grow across the pains. It was very easy for them to give up but because they didn't give up because in this case they made the right decision of powering through that pain and then they achieved the gross success the hockey stick and therefore for us we always need to think about. Are we in these thousand days of pain or is really the moment to to stop into something new and i think for the doing something new and then they opportunity cost calculation comes. Do you have a note of encouragement or insights.

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"100%" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

The Cinema Guys

12:56 min | 2 years ago

"100%" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

"Rocky Balboa not even four four wow but I think as a story for is pretty cheap anyways rocky. That's my next one vanilla sky. I just remember always loving Tommy Cruz in this kind of a surprise that was on your list like I thought it was okay but I did not I add. I've never seen this deep where everything's extra deep in college and we're being like. Oh this is just. It's probably not now I'd watch yeah but Then it just hit me as it always had I always say omelets also host Open your eyes always stayed with me. This nice one. I almost didn't put on here but I wanted to terminate a to e you got to before I did. It was probably going on my list and it's good. I don't know I probably would've taken some of the other ones that I saw on your guys over this one but it's I mean great film. It's an ally to me so and it's especially for that series. It's the biggest one that everyone loves. And it's where it took it. From the first Serena was more of a horror movie kind of aliens exactly and and again James Cameron just like with alien came in and turn it into a big advil. Yup Yup and then. Here's my favorite Western ever as young. Thanks yeah both of those good. Yeah I just love. The young guns films are you. You're not a western at all right. Actually you hate them. All data like Western. Sorry except for hostels. Is it really a Western though is I don't know I thought it was supposed to be? But I don't know don't like the mob movies. Don't like the Westerns now. It's just not my genre. It's fair all right fair. Both of those genres have horrible treatment of women. So make sense touche. You just want. I was shocked that you didn't like thirty below away that it was this late in the game. You know what you should revisit. Though is a remake of the magnificent seven because they take all the Western tropes that movie and break them. There's women there's African Americans Asians there's natives in a better light or a more natural light not like the we've come to help the white man light yeah anyways Yes and then this which I love this movie blade really. No one in my life played ever. I've never met anyone who loves this movie. Like I do now. It was also the first. Dvd ever owned are you. Are you all three or just the first one now? I love all three. I love other. I mean the first one definitely favorite. I should have really messed with you. Had taken these earlier I love all three not as much as I love the first one but I thought they were three fund movies Ryan Reynolds a superfund Hannibal a Super Fun. Yeah he's super fades. Yes I agree and I think we've had this cover this before but if I could steal a body it would be. Yeah it's Ronald from laid the first one. I remember seeing that. You're going in like said multiple times like comic book movies. I didn't really know anything about the blade comic at all knowing it and I'm like Oh this amazing. Yeah and then my favorite one. The second one is my phone cool. Yeah it's really good. Did you actually go read into the Blade Comics? After I haven't because they're horror really they were very like a lot. I mean the very meaningful Affirmative Act but it's a lot of like the vampires definitely represented something more than Vampires for the African American lead and it's very wordy and boring so if you were a fifteen year old going to go read a fun comic. It's not that one too big. It's like what's going on I. This is a lot of words but anyways blade. I love those movies and I can't get anyone to the like I do when I heard that remaking it and that makes me sad well I mean I love him year. Watch blade though we should screen. Malade Weasley Blade Fun that I don't know we that out the esquire screen bullied because I when we can all get back together again. We'll do blonde anyways. That is my by all right My first one is silent hill. It's good one scared just the first area only the first one okay. I don't think I ever saw the second one. I didn't like it. It was okay it just the first one is just so good or one. First One's great the second one that guy the guy in the bathroom. That's like bent backwards spelled. Who's the lead who I? I don't know what her name is her. Name some blond chick. I don't know so that movie I love. That's the only horror film or like scary film that I really love glitter in a sharp right turn and we're going to go with the nope Robertson. Good we'RE GONNA go from cell to the notebook now my God. That notebook is one of those that like it just pulls it by heart and I cry and I cry when he dies in bed with her in the end of definitely lived. Up to the hype. Do you know that this movie spawned my grandmother? Fifty years of marriage Abandoning my sick grandfather and going to her childhood Love Buoy Story. Yeah Old Melva Davis. She left my grandfather while he was sick. Would this guy named forest that I guess became my new grandfather for last like you know five years of her life which was nothing but And it was her childhood sweetheart they were they were they were in. They were supposed to be together. She was not as he was very rich. Hurt Him and his brother. His brother pulled a gun on me. Another crazy story old man pulled a gun on me. Oh my because I was going to get something from my grandfather and anyways they were rich she wasn't and his parents said. Hey we won't You'll be out if you go with her. And so instead of choosing to go with my grandmother he just went and joined the military and was in the military forever. That's how he got away from all of it and then so. My grandmother met my grandfather. You know we're mayor fifty years dude. Forest retires back in North Carolina. Siesmic GRANDMA One day they go off do the thing. Wow really like I really nice guy and he really liked. My wife always thought he always was really Kinda Kristen. I never caught him GRANDPA's forest but But anyways yeah crazy story but it was the notebook totally. Oh my God that's crazy and I know you'll be shocked. I have never seen the notebook. I basically just told you the whole story. I feel sad. I feel sad for you. It's it's actually really worth seen. And it's one of those are Ryan. Gosling is he this. You know heartthrob and you're like no. He's allot like roar of an actor then he's painted then and then he proves it later with other films but he's actually good actor he's also super dreaming as anyway. The next one is walk. The line great movies good movie love. That movie grew up near the House. That the they like at the end of the movie here. They moved into that house on the lake. That's old Hickory. Lake. That's like grip on. When I was little I also had a friend of justify the affair. He was having on his wife from that movie. He was like what? If I found my June Carter cash how now my God who's my own. Did you find her? That's so gross. Story ANY WELL THE NEXT ONE IS. I know one that you wanted just in other words how this would definitely be mine. It's so good all of it deb. Wearing tight spot. I'm Dan I love like I. Just love coordinate. Movie Damn Fat Man. We'll see looking at the list and like you just and you said what there's three you haven't seen I've realized there are a lot out there that have not seen now. We've had this homage multiple time. I forgot you It's worthy man. So good it's so good. I'm nick those man last week with a good boy. I'm also realizing a lot of my favorite movies or one. I WATCH WITH MY DAD RICHER. Lubber that says something he loves. Oh brother art thou. He loved walk the Line. He loved Stepbrothers like a lot of anyway and then you have one more one more X. men only the one in two thousand and it's good so not X. Two which is the best now. He's Wa. Yeah Yeah you're right. Xs definitely a better movie but there was something about X. men wind where why was this. Is COUP EX MANIAC? When Wolverine Finally sinks his claws into a person would. Because that's what you wanted to see in the fierce when he did you but still. There's something about that first. One when they go up in the in the thing and she gets her little blond streak and it's so good it was a blade X. Men this movie and Pitch Black. Those are the three I. I'm deitch Black Man. I bought them all the same day and I brought them home and put them in my new. Dvd player. And I remember thinking like there's a cool serene and you can navigate and I did love. I did love that screen where you could like play or like the guys and see you know yes deleted Seattle. So yes yes. I loved the and they're like this is annoying to get to the thing. I'm like. Yeah it is. I just wish it wasn't. It is but when we were younger. You see shortly after that first. Dvd they before two came out they released X. Men one point five. Oh yeah they like added S- obscene. Oh Yeah Bale. Higher do remember the deleted scene in that. Dvd was the director. Played a joke on them on. Had someone dressed as spider man? Run through the middle of a series. Seen funny they're all like they can't they don't know what's going on. That's fun all right. Those are my five five. Yep Right so my next five well. We're going to start off with my all time favorite horror movie. Which is John? Carpenter's the thing are most six one of our most successful viewings at the esquire to that was our first screening at the esquire. Forthing yeah no wonder we had such delusions of grandeur after that. That was a big one. I mean it's a movie that never gets screened so it was kind of a big deal and then we're going to follow that my favorite. This is war too busy second movie. I'd I've never seen the the big red one. What is that? I've never? I've never even heard of this guy. Never heard of it either. Nineteen eighty and it stars Lee. Marvin it has mark. Hamill is in it. Her are camel. Yeah see actors that you would know from the time but it's good World War Two movie. Oh yeah it's so good. What is the Big Red One? That's their that's their What do you call it? Their Group Group poten whatever. Yeah there you go. There called the Big Red One. And that's what they have is a red one the big red one yet not like from seven up or something. No no but I. If you haven't seen I would highly recommend that reference game for me. Either seven of US know that actually L. We'll put that because I was the second one I was like. What is that one in the next is Robin Hood? Prince of Thieves Kevin Costner. Oh that's a good one. Oh Yeah I would've stole this This is actually on my list to put on there. I was good because the Robin Hood animated movie from Disney. I love that one too. So you can only have one Robin Hood. It doesn't compare to this this movie. Well this movie is good and you couldn't read it like it was done like it. Just no no even with the accident that go in and out it was. It was a good movie and Morgan Freeman. And Alan Rickman is so good.

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