35 Burst results for "A. Internal"

CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo Indefinitely

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | 4 d ago

CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo Indefinitely

"CNN had suspended Chris Cuomo indefinitely. I like Chris. He has done a very bad thing in the world of news. Using his position in the news to advance and protect his brother. He's been suspended indefinitely. You can't do that. He can't protect your Friends by manipulating the news. Not even if it's your brother. And I hope it works out. I hope they figure it out. Jeff Zucker is a fair guy. They will consider the details. They will look at past presidents like the NBA suspending somebody. It's internal to CNN. It's actually not a matter of why I did nothing illegal. It's just what do you do in the news business? You can't self deal. If I made that in the radio world, there's something called Paola. It's dead now. Hopefully it's dad. You know, I look at Gallagher's palaces and I say, ah nah, Gallagher would never do that. I know Mikey, he's the most honest guy in the world, even if he is playing daddy works right now. If someone were to give me money and say, here's a hundred bucks, 500 bucks, a thousand bucks. Please plug my restaurant. Wonderful restaurant in the ditch of Columba. That's Paola. I'd go to jail.

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UN migration agency: COVID has 'radically altered' mobility

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

UN migration agency: COVID has 'radically altered' mobility

"The the United United Nations Nations says says cove cove it it has has deeply deeply affected affected the the mobility mobility for for migrants migrants the the U. U. N. N. migration migration agency agency says says that that the the pandemic pandemic appears appears to to have have accelerated accelerated hostile hostile rhetoric rhetoric against against migrants migrants in in the the world world and and radically radically altered altered mobility mobility projecting projecting in in a a new new report report the the travel travel and and other other could could be be nineteen nineteen fighting fighting restrictions restrictions could could dampen dampen migration migration worldwide worldwide as as long long as as they they remain remain the the international international organization organization for for migration migration points points to to a a dramatic dramatic increase increase in in internal internal displacement displacement that's that's movement movement within within countries countries caused caused by by natural natural disasters disasters conflict conflict and and violence violence with with could could be be nineteen nineteen restrictions restrictions shutting shutting borders borders I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month

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How Fauci Politicized America's Scientific Community With Dr. Scott Atlas

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 6 d ago

How Fauci Politicized America's Scientific Community With Dr. Scott Atlas

"Well, doctor, I completely agree, and we were harsh critics of the lockdown citing your commentary in your writings early and often. However, what confuses so much so many members of our audience and since you were on the front lines, I'd love your take on this. It seems obvious. Then why did we keep on doing it? Why is it that we were ruled by people that were more ideological? I'm being nice, right? I mean, these these decisions have major and serious consequences, and we're completely at odds with the data. You know, strip all the politics aside, just looking at it empirically, you could not justify more lockdowns, more school closures yet, we did. Can you give us any insight into the internal dynamics? Did Fauci and birks have a separate pile of data they weren't telling anyone? Or was it another side of the story where they just didn't care? I love your take on it. Okay, so I'll first state what I believe. And I think, you know, everyone should believe people do want the pandemic to end. I mean, I don't think that I would never ascribe a mode of as evil as that. There was no separate data. In fact, like I tried to say here, these people didn't have what they thought was data was just simple tabulations of cases. And that's not an analysis. That's not critical thinking. I'm talking about the world's literature, the world's data that evolving science, they never brought that forward in my presence at any of the meetings. I never heard them talk about studies. I never saw them critique a study like a critical thinking scientist should. And I never heard anyone refute what I said by quoting studies. Never not once. So that wasn't really the reason. Now, the question why, of course, is very difficult to answer. People at some level are in too deep. These people will never admit they were wrong. That I guarantee,

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The Science of Embryology

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | Last week

The Science of Embryology

"Well, the other side will say Seth, look, it's the fetus is the size of a pebble. You can't possibly say that's the same thing as a 6 foot three person. Right, it's ageism, right? So that's what they say. We hate racism. We hate sexism in this country, but apparently ageism is not just acceptable, but it's been normalized. The child is not the same size as us simply in virtue of their development. So let's look at excuse me. Yeah, I got something. No, you're good. Let's look at what the science of embryology says. The type of science, by the way that you're not going to hear from UC Berkeley or from Fauci, the high priest of progressivism. The science of embryology has been basically uncontested for decades. And yet you don't hear this anywhere in the mainstream media or in universities. From the moment of conception, there's a distinct living in whole human being. Distinct because it's obviously not your DNA not your choice if you like to say the body and her body's not her body. And we know that because the baby could be a different gender than the mother. Obviously, pregnant women don't have male genitalia so the baby's distinct. The baby's living 'cause dead things don't grow. The unborn child meets all the requirements for a living thing. And the unborn child is directing her own internal growth from within. So right, I have two kids, Charlie, my wife never woke me up in the middle of the night, shaking me saying, babe, come here, come whisper to my uterus. Come remind baby to grow. 'cause unborn children actually, they develop themselves from within independent of the wishes of their parents. And the child is whole. A whole human being is simply a human being who already has everything they need to realize their full growth and development as a participating member of the human species. And this is where our opponents Charlie get very confused when they say, well, I mean, maybe it's like biologically human. Like it has like human DNA. It's like cellularly human, but it's not like a full human. Oh, you mean like lunchtime? You mean what the Nazis called subhuman? All right, not full human just kind of subhuman. Same type of bigotry with abortion. But they say it might be biologically human, but it's not a human like you and I. So this last concept is the most important for us to articulate to the next generation and to the pro choice moderates and pro choice activists in our country. A whole human being is similar to a Polaroid photo.

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Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | Last week

Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

"Show and we're talking about how the pilgrims came to be the pilgrims, the book is titled the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it, the prequel to America's freedom of the author, William Federer on the line. Bill, you were talking about really, it's just amazing to me. If you don't mind backtracking a little bit, because there's so many things unfolding at the same time. So let me put the needle back on the record. Right. Well, the idea is that Muslims are invading Europe surrounding Vienna, 1529. The reformation started in 1517 and now we got this internal and external disruption of Europe. The older Roman Emperor, Charles V of Spain, he has the biggest empire on Planet Earth. I mean, the Philippines are named after his son, king Philip of Spain. And he has all the new world. He's taken the gold from the new world to fit on his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean. Anyway, he's faced with his double dilemma, reformation out inside and based on the outside. He actually strikes a deal with the protestants. It's called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I speak a little German and that's a fun number. It's own 1400 proven folks. 55. That's the first treaty ever to recognize protestants and in this treaty is a little Latin phrase that made a big difference. It's cool ratio to religio, which means whose is The Rain? Is a religion? So in other words, look Protestant king, believe it ever you want in your kingdom. Let's just work together against these Muslims who are invading Europe because they sort of want to kill us all. Well, this started a domino effect in the next century where different kings fully different things. And Sweden and Germany were Lutheran Switzerland Calvin and Scotland Presbyterian England was Anglican Holland Dutch reform. And of course, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, remained

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Newt Gingrich Offers Advice to Next Republican Administration Against China, Big Tech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:06 min | Last week

Newt Gingrich Offers Advice to Next Republican Administration Against China, Big Tech

"So the next administration, the GOP writ large when it comes to the external threat of China and the internal threat of big tech, what would you say to president Trump? Well, I'd say, first of all, the text is easier of the two. Simply make them comment carriers and make it a ability to sue for triple damages. And you'll overnight see them change their behavior. But that's going to be a big fight, but there's no there's no excuse when you have a system like Twitter, which knocks off a person who got 73 million votes. Knocks off the oldest and fourth largest newspaper in America, the New York Post founded by Alexander Hamilton. But allows the Taliban spokesperson to stay on. You know the system is just plain sick. So I think we need to have I don't want government involved, but I think we need to create an opportunity for individuals and companies to protect themselves in court. And if you could sue for triple damages, I mean, the New York Post alone would have gotten a huge amount of money out of the way they were treated in

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Ohio Attorney General Sues Facebook Over Impact on Children

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:12 min | Last week

Ohio Attorney General Sues Facebook Over Impact on Children

"To it. I called you originally, because last week you did an important thing about Facebook. And I'm not one to mindlessly condemn the Facebook now meta. I know many of the people who work there, they don't intentionally some of them try and do this. But what you have alleged in court on behalf of Ohio and the Ohio pensions is important. If it's proved, which is that Facebook intentionally put children in harm's way. And in Mayan kind of began to quiver because, you know, I do worry about that. Tell us what the lawsuit is about and what you're seeking to prove on behalf of the people of Ohio. Well, the theory is fairly simple and it's pretty traditional. If you're a big company that's publicly traded, you lie to the public lie to investors and then when it's found out there is a drop in us stock price, companies liable. For their deception. And that's what happened here. We saw in September and October a huge data drop from leaked documents from inside Facebook. We had whistleblower testified in Congress and the upshot is Facebook new that a third of teenage girls were experiencing mental health issues as a result of their social media usage. And they didn't care. They told the rest of us that they were implementing community standards to make sure the trolls and evil people weren't spreading bad things and hurting people on their platform. And it turns out that they didn't do that. They had rules for some of us, like you and me you. But there were other people who were having large followings and the right political profile who the rules did imply to them. And most tellingly, I couldn't believe this, but they conducted an internal review with legal counsel. And that review, which was also leaked, said, we're not doing the things that we say we're doing publicly.

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How Elizabeth Holmes Soured the Media on Silicon Valley

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

How Elizabeth Holmes Soured the Media on Silicon Valley

"Their owners founder Elizabeth Holmes has taken the stand at her trial you can't tell your side of the reporters trailed Elizabeth Holmes as you looked at federal courthouse in San Jose California the fall in Silicon Valley star took the stand late Friday afternoon in her trial for criminal fraud will back again on Monday the former entrepreneur will attempt to refute allegations by federal prosecutors that she bamboozled investors and patients about her start up Theranos and blood testing machine called Edison that she claimed would reshape health care homes began her testimony by recounting her early years as a student at Stanford University her interest in disease detection while working with the respected chemistry professor who later joined the company she talked about dropping out of school at the age of nineteen and convincing her parents let her use your college savings to found a startup the government's evidence included internal documents and emails and

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Houston officials pick internal review of Astroworld tragedy

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Houston officials pick internal review of Astroworld tragedy

"We're learning more about how the astroworld crowned crush investigation will be done there will not be an independent probe into the disastrous crowd surge that killed ten people and injured hundreds of others at Houston music festival earlier this month Houston area officials are going to do it themselves rejecting calls for an independent investigation into what happened instead officials have chosen the top elected official in the area to run the probe Harris County judge Lena hill Dogo was the one who proposed a third party program the first place instead now she will be working with other city and county entities to review the security and safety plans for the event that was headlined by rapper Travis Scott I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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The Last Gasps of a Dying Regime

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

The Last Gasps of a Dying Regime

"The regime has fallen apart. In the Biden White House right now, you have 24 staffers talking to CNN to try and derail and disempower the vice president of the United States. But I will say this that Kamala Harris has done something Joe Biden has never done. Well, she's done a lot of things. But we're not going to get into that in this show, but her approval rating is 28%. Joe Biden's 36%. So there might be some people in The White House say, you know why we're so unpopular, it's Kamala Harris's fault. In some ways, she might serve as an internal scapegoat because remember. Within the philosophy and the psychology that the flask within the psychology of a Democrat is to always blame another. For once problems always. This is critical to the existence of a left winger. Or of a liberal or a Democrat or whatever you want to call it. Instead of saying, huh? Maybe we should have armed the Taliban. Maybe we shouldn't have kept the borders wide open. Maybe people are mad about inflation. No, no, no. The same way that Alexander Kazakh says blames other people for climate change for dissatisfaction and happiness, the same sort of way that BLM incorporated blames systemic racism for injustice. The same sort of way is that Democrats have the muscle memory. They are programmed. They are led to believe that the only appropriate way to deal with adversity is to blame other people. Men if you are going through something difficult. If you are going through something that is less than satisfactory, there must be a suppressive force to blame for

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NSBA Coordinated With White House, DOJ Before Sending Notorious 'Domestic Terrorists' Letter

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:43 min | 3 weeks ago

NSBA Coordinated With White House, DOJ Before Sending Notorious 'Domestic Terrorists' Letter

"The national school board association of America coordinated with The White House Department of Justice before sending notorious domestic terrorists letter. Fox News reports. Newly released internal emails. People that the national school board association coordinated with The White House and Department of Justice before sending Biden the notorious letter that compared concerned parrots to domestic terrorists. Viola Garcia, the national school board association president, whom the Department of Education later named to a federal board sent a memo to the national school board association of America on October 11th. Providing a timeline of the national school board association's interaction with The White House ahead of the letter to Biden, which the national school board association sent on September 29th. Concern over the current climate for school board members is also a top priority as disruptions at school board meetings grow and members face growing threats, Garcia wrote, the national school board association of America is actively engaged with The White House from justice and Department of Homeland Security and Department of Education Surgeon General and other federal agencies on pandemic issues. But here's the most important thing, is that on September 14th, 2021, the nspo a organization of state directors, they were informed that they had a meeting with The White House. And subsequently on September 17th, the interim executive director emailed noticed to the state association executive directors that indicated a letter requesting federal assistance would be sent. In response to the letter sent by NSPA, on October 4th, 2021, the attorney general announced in a memorandum, widely shared throughout the U.S. Department of Justice that he was ordering all U.S. attorney officers and local FBI offices to reach out to local and state law enforcement officials to coordinate efforts on this problem within 30 days of the memorandum. This also contradicts what Merrick Garland said to Congress on October 27th. When dick Durbin asked Garland if he had second thoughts following the NSPA's apology for the letter, and Garland said quote, the letter that was subsequently sent does not change the association's concern of violence or threats of violence. It alters some of the language in the letter that we did not rely on is not contained in my own memorandum. So basically, here's what happened. Is you had collusion going on with the national school board association of America with The White House privately. They concocted this letter and then they sent the letter publicly that The White House had then the mandate to go to the Department of Justice to go say we now want to go spy on moms and dads, treat them like domestic terrorists and use the Patriot Act against people we don't

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'The View' Co-Host Morgan Ortagus Clashes With Adam Schiff Over Discredited Dossier

The Dan Bongino Show

03:15 min | 3 weeks ago

'The View' Co-Host Morgan Ortagus Clashes With Adam Schiff Over Discredited Dossier

"So I guess Adam Schiff thought he was on the view and it was a safe space for him or whatever it is was he being micro aggressive or what But Morgan ortegas was having none of it So she asked him about his constant promotion of the dossier I want you to keep in mind as you're listening to this Keep this clearly in mind That Adam Schiff and I am quoting him directly please go to the Internet and double check me Always Double check everything I tell you Adam Schiff had said repeatedly that there was smoking gun evidence that Trump had colluded with the Russians We now know that whatever Adam's shift said was evidence was in fact nonsense created by the Clinton campaign And notice how he doesn't apologize I want you to notice here he throws out another debunk conspiracy theory that Paul Manafort was dealing with a Russian intelligence agent Constantine kilimnik That's who he's talking about in this cut Constant the kilimnik was in fact a source for the Obama administration too So if Paul Manafort was dealing with some Russian spy then we have a damage assessment to do about the Biden Obama Biden administration which had trusted this guy This is a great clip Did you cut it into two No the whole thing Okay all right play that cut And let's not forget what we learned in that investigation We learned that the Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was giving internal polling data campaign polling data to Russian intelligence while Russian intelligence was helping the Trump to be clear if he was fired halfway through the campaign Well he may have been fired Yeah But the effort to get Russian help continued and even beyond the effort to get Russian help But you made president information yourself for years by promoting this I think that's what Republicans and what people who entrusted you as they Intel committee chair are so confused about your culpability in all of this Well I completely disagree with your premise It's one thing to say allegations should be investigated and they work It's another to say that we should have foreseen an advance that some people were lying to Christopher Steele which is impossible of course to do But let's not use that as a smokescreen to somehow shield Donald Trump's culpability for inviting Russia to help him in the election which they did for trying to course Ukraine into helping him in the next election Which he did into inciting an erection insurrection which he did None of that is undercut None of that serious misconduct is in any way diminished by the fact that people lie to Christopher Steele No I think just your credibility is Did he say Donald Trump was inciting an erection You would like to say that on the radio Yeah I thought I heard that right Adam get your head out of the gutter Get your head out of the gutter you slob Disgusting Adam Schiff it's gross Talk like that on the radio But notice how he continues to parrot fairytales that no one could have possibly known Christopher Steele was lying Really Because the FBI as of January of 2017 when they interviewed Christopher Steele determined that Christopher Steele was in fact

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Former Justice Dept. lawyer cuts Jan. 6 deposition short

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Former Justice Dept. lawyer cuts Jan. 6 deposition short

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former justice department lawyer cut short a January sixth deposition a leading figure in the trump era justice department cut short a deposition Friday by house committee investigating the January sixth capital insurrection former assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clark ended the deposition after around ninety minutes Clark presented the committee with a letter saying he would not answer questions based on former president Donald trump's assertions of executive privilege trump has sued the committee and the National Archives seeking to block the government from releasing a trunk of internal White House documents including hand written staff notes from before and during the insurrection Mike Rossio Washington

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Biden unveils details of $1.75 trillion spending plan

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Biden unveils details of $1.75 trillion spending plan

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Biden and the Democrats have the framework for their sweeping domestic policy package after a trip to Capitol Hill Thursday morning before he departed for Europe president Joe Biden announced we have a framework for my build back better initiative the president wanted a deal on his signature domestic spending plan in hand before flying to Europe for global summits but after months of internal haggling among Democrats votes still aren't locked down still representative for Mila giant Paul who heads the progressive caucus says if it's true that there's a ninety percent of the legislation that's written then we should be able to get the other ten percent written in the next couple of days the revised domestic package no longer includes paid family leave at the fix on prescription drug pricing but other priorities such as free pre kindergarten and expanded health care programs are still in the mix Mike

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Report: At least 59,000 meat workers caught COVID, 269 died

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Report: At least 59,000 meat workers caught COVID, 269 died

"A congressional report finds many more meatpacking workers caught coded nineteen and died than previously thought with workers standing shoulder to shoulder the meatpacking industry was one of the early epicenters of the corona virus pandemic house subcommittee looked at internal documents from five of the biggest meat packing companies that control the majority of the U. S. beef and pork market the report found that fifty nine thousand meatpacking workers became ill and two hundred and sixty nine workers died that's three times higher than the number reported by the United food and commercial workers union the report finds companies were slow to take protective steps distribute masks install barriers concluding that meat packing companies prioritize profits and production over worker safety several companies including cargo in JBS release statement saying they had worked aggressively to be federal health and safety standards Tyson which is the only major company in the industry to require vaccinations says their mandate has led to more than ninety six percent of its workers being vaccinated head of the company's November first deadline Jennifer king Washington

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America 'on fire': Facebook watched as Trump ignited hate

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

America 'on fire': Facebook watched as Trump ignited hate

"Internal documents that Facebook show the country was lit on fire after controversial comments from then president Donald Trump following the death in police custody of George Floyd in Minneapolis in may of last year Donald trump posted on Twitter and Facebook about the thugs in Minneapolis and said when the looting starts the shooting starts we can't allow this situation like happened in Indianapolis to descend further into lawless anarchy and chaos Facebook's own analysis shows immediately hate speech and violence report skyrocketed on the site Facebook took no action CEO mark Zuckerberg claim last year the post didn't break company rules but the platform's automated controls were almost ninety percent certain it violated company policies against inciting violence Twitter covered the trump tweet with a warning the former president has been suspended from both Twitter and Facebook I'm a Donahue

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Terry McAuliffe Is Campaigning in Virginia by 'Othering' Constituents

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last month

Terry McAuliffe Is Campaigning in Virginia by 'Othering' Constituents

"We were in Charlottesville yesterday near the end of the program I'll tell you why But while we were there mining our own business Stacey Abrams Was campaigning for Terry mcauliffe Dave Matthews that clown whose from that area he was there I guess so they could actually attract people And as we were driving through there we saw your typical lily white left wing cooks walking as quickly as they could to wherever this site was So as you know Charlottesville is a university town University of Virginia So it becomes quite clear to me that the base for Tim McCollum is to turn out as many blacks as possible because they're breaking internal revenue code tax laws the Democrat party is and apparently the pastors too In something I've never seen to this extent that's certainly clear And the elitist wealthy white professors other academics university students and so forth The suburbs the middle class whatever the race not so much He's expecting that as McCullough that the suburban women will vote Democrat Because he supports abortion on demand and paid for by everybody That's how they view women So what they do is they sit down around a table and they say okay This is how we approach blacks This is how we approach Hispanics although they haven't really done much outreach to a Hispanics based on the advertising This is how we approach the white liberals And this is how we approach the white millennials

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How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

"Breaking of the weekend was a series of documents that were obtained through a freedom of information request. It was obtained through an effort to try and get to the bottom of the medical experiments or the medical experiments that Fauci has been conducting over the last couple of years. These documents came out and we learned that Fauci, personally directed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a division of the National Institute of health to repeatedly fund research where he placed sedated beagles heads while they were still alive in mesh cages and allowed starved sandflies to feast on them and eat them alive. Beagles they then repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages in the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights. In an area of Tunisia where sand flies were abundant. Now before we go any further, this is something like a James Bond villain would do. This is something that in a halfway through the movie of goldfinger where they kind of come in and they zoom in kind of panoramic. All of a sudden the Bond villain is like torturing beagles in Tunisia. Like that's not that's not normal, okay? For the public health official. The guy that's supposed to be in charge of epidemiological spread, like, okay, we're gonna go torture dogs and Tunisia. They repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages. In the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights the experiment was just one of countless tests. Done on animals with your taxpayer dollars, but when you go to work and you work hard and you go write that check to the Internal Revenue Service, you are funding dog torture.

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"a. internal" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

03:43 min | Last month

"a. internal" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"And so the most of these people are so trapped in the scarcity mindset. They're not even thinking about the abundance in the opportunity for more that exists in their life. And so why would you be listening to those people. You're not going to listen to the person on who has been married for you know they. They've been married six different times. Six different wives six different husbands about how how to have a happy and healthy marriage. You don't do that. You can learn what not to do and how to ruin a relationship but you're not going to sit there and listen to them and learn what you can do to have a healthy relationship that that that's counterproductive that you can't learn the right because they have been in a situation and they have had a track record of negative results. And so why. Would you seek that external validation rather you should be doing is saying. Hey i want to start a business. I wanna make a career change. I want to take this leap of faith. I want to pick up a new healthy hobby. I wanna start riding. My bike wanna start. I don't i don't know like weaving i want. I'm going to serve bazzi leaving great. You're not going to ask the people around you if you wanna do it. Then that means you have the desire which means now you need to give yourself the internal validation rather than wait for somebody else to give you the external validation a moment you make the decision to start making decisions for yourself. At the end of the day you're going to be so much farther ahead because now you're going to be choosing and determining your life your actions the outcomes and this is also healthy and this is preferred. Excuse me because if somebody else tells you not to do something in in the future you look back. I wish i did that. You're going to think about the person who told you not to. You're going to think about how that person held you back. And they weren't purposely holding you back within..

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"a. internal" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

04:05 min | Last month

"a. internal" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"I have been in the beta version of this application giving talks and it's really unique because it's not like clubhouse as you have twenty five different people talking at once you only have two people or one person as a top mentor. That is in conversation giving advice on a particular subject. And in this case i was having a talk on internal versus external validation and listening to back. I'm like man. This is a really really great talk. And i felt like i could go ahead and turn it into an episode of chase vision now. I am not sponsored by wisdom. I'm not being paid for recording this message. But i've been over. Been on the app for the past month rather and i've seen value. I've built out an audience of a couple of hundred people on that platform and the day after publication of this episode of chase division wisdom is going to be available for download on all ios devices. They are working on an android version. That is coming down the line. So my apologies. If you only have an android butts the app is going to be available again over the past month it has been beta only and the response has been cool. I haven't really seen the response And beta that. I that i've seen on wisdom that i've seen on some other applications in the past. I've been a part of and so super excited to see where the app goes and without further. Do enjoy this. Talk on internal versus external validation..

"a. internal" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"We need to hydrate. What happens if you drink six gallons of water day. I don't. I don't think your body would allow you to do that. But even attempting to do that king course of quite deal of harm and that trump coming from. It's about balance between john young. Because that's what acupunctures about restoring balance whereas in west medical terms stasis but restoring balance between india so that the body can self regulate you see acupuncturist views emotions and how it affects. The internal organs somewhat different from that of a trained physician of western medicine to a western trained physician. The limbic system of the brain transmits nerve impulses via the hypothalamus to the sympathetic and paris sympathetic nerve. Centres impacting person's internal organs from a secondary or excited tori perspective now. An acupuncturist on other hand sees this relationship. Has one remember. The episode discussing yen cannot exist without yong and yang cannot exist without yet. see to an acupunctures basie. This relationship is one. There's a person's essence represents both the material basis of chee as well as their mind requiring a balanced for mental emotional as well as physiological stability and acupunctures understands that emotions so as mental stimuli affecting affecting the ways in which we live out our lives on a daily basis. Now these most emotions in which we experience individually on a daily basis can become a cause of disease when they left unchecked for an extended period of time an example being from a western medicine perspective. A person who's anxious and let's say angry for an extended period of time leaving themselves and constant sympathetic state. Or should i say a state of fighter flight this can result in someone being diagnosed eventually hypertensive high blood pressure. This is in some ways how acupunctures can consider motions as an internal cause of disease because he had emotional strain causing an imbalance within the internal organs leading to disease and i stayed over and over and occupy to an acupunctures. It's about that balance between ending young and when this relationship falls out of balance physiological as well as mental problems emotional problems can result. And that's just how emotional strain can represent internal cause of disease now in the near future. I'm going to go over the seven different emotions. And how they affect you individually and relative organ in which they're tidy. But in the meantime i really need you to make acupuncture part of your life because acupunctures my life what's yours..

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Acupuncture is my Life

04:43 min | 2 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Hello everyone and welcome back to acupunctures my life now. I'd like to cover a topic that many individuals globally. I'm sure unaware of okay. And that is the internal causes of disease. Many individuals feel when they come out. Come down with a disease. It's usually two to an external pathogen or something in which they ate but many individuals are unaware as to how emotions can cause disease. Now when i say emotions. I'm speaking of emotional. Strain many individuals unaware of that and various emotions. The different emotions the seventy motions. Main emotions are tied to internal organs. Many individuals unaware but say for instance out get into this anger is tied to deliver. Fear is to be kidneys offensiveness. The spleen grief satish the lungs and so forth and with emotions being tied to particular internal organs long term or long standing emotions can cause disease you see an acupuncturist understands that the internal causes of disease is usually as a result of emotional strain and as i stated many of you are unaware that emotions can negatively impact the internal organs resulting in disease. I want you to understand that. There's a difference between what causes disease from an external perspective as opposed to inter when you consider external this can be as a result of climate factors such as cold he dampness dryness or even having something injected into their body by of course piercing skin. Those are examples of several external causes of disease. Now when i say injected into your body meaning you can take a shot from your physician or even be shot by a bullet dart tranquilizer. That's considered an external course of disease now. Internally when the yen and yang factor of your emotions are out of balance it can greatly disrupt the flow of and blood therefore causing strain on a particular internal organ as i stated shortly ago that's related to that particular motion and again examples. Being liver is tied to anger. Fear being tied to the kidneys. Joy being tied to the heart pensive nece affecting spleen.

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Future of Tech

02:40 min | 3 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Future of Tech

"It really addresses john company but really company innovative as the people in that. And so what i've discovered. Is that the work. Doing really speaks to the problem. Of like i know that the world is also the self help gurus but help you lose weight budgets. Save get out of debt. They were trying to solve people's problems by but there's very few people that know that focused on the problem of success. Which is you're doing so well but the fact is doing so well is actually the reason why range of and the the complacency that confidence success. You bris ego that conscious success. That's really the reason why times last companies can struggle to innovate because of the human copper. The reason why we tell people make hay while the sunshine is because that's the hardest thing to do with the sunday shining. You want to go to the beach. Hey and so that's really where my by digital out of you. How do we coach leaders and media successful people do not rest on their success continuously. Think about how they can get better selected looking at everything the so far you pleased in In the place during today. are you. Happy what you're doing. I have pleaded but mostly surprise. Like if. I like tenure. No random monday morning. I was not aching this be doing. I assumed i was going to be a college professor. Wrenching louisville tapers speaking at conferences. And we're of ended up the total surprise. But i'm very happy. Though the work. I do think especially by joining strategize founded by suit spot to build the next the next rate so it was a real pleasure. Having you with us thank you. I hope you enjoyed it as well. I did the lots. Hopefully you know We'll see one another again.

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07:42 min | 3 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Future of Tech

"Similar behaviors but the only night. Various things are exaggerated depending on where you are to deal with. Those things have to do those things differently and the same question do see different behavioral innovation when nuking tool regions in the world like specific region is more innovative than other or specific area or specific. I don't know culturally. you'll find specific parts of the world. that are more entrepreneurial but when it comes to large companies. I haven't seen very much different. The one place in the world that has the price. The in those launch companies Is china as the one country where last companies is willing to do more conservative. And you expect coach that they would be Culture overall but in terms of like business like the largest companies in china are much more willing to take risks and build ecosystems until i. I'm calling agreed. Panetta who studies like how companies especially in china rather than act like a homeowner. It just improve your own house. They act more like a mayor. You know they a- focused on not just the company making their company better but also uplifting the the whole ecosystem creating different things. They're not they just got their excellent building. Zinfandel dump Building their own logistics systems avila. Now so they actually doing all this crazy stuff. And in the end of lake. Unique unique companies. People say like alibaba is that out of china. But alibaba's knocked down the only civil ecommerce site the other stuff barbara bested makes it completely different saul bass the one part of the world's maybe because they just don't have any of the historical baggage Do the one part of the will wear after the leasing company that will lead to take risks but outside of that. That's just become similar. This that you know. Artificial intelligence will come to a stage that the machine would start innovating new stuff for us so learning. Innovate in fact if the mission is learning and adapting how it works for the of the learning machine. Easily already innovating. You're saying right. 'cause that's what is happening out to miami himself for changing how functioning learning so the machine is it available real question will be cannon machine engaging transformational innovation now. It's more efficiency. innovation may be sustaining innovation Optimizing making things more efficient but can invent something from a business model perspective. This completely different from where you started and for that. I've not i'm less optimistic. We can only speculate as all of us probably in your current role. What exactly are you doing. You know day. In day out we are going into companies and helping them. Innovate or you're looking into the processes or everything together. So three. maybe do daily saw i. I work a lot without each designed to. Yeah so it really really thinking about what are the best practices. Were seeing around ovation. That how do we standardized that. The one thing we've learned to all our kids nobody would debate with you about the philosophy of innovation for too long. They get question. How do you get that done for you. Want people tools that they can use to do the work and austin people agree with you into innovation but when they go back to their organization the tools are there are executions wti tools that are not fit for purpose to try and do something so. We're trying to build a lot of tools and influences. So we're doing a lot of that. And then of course. The writing content production and then a third part of the work is then like get a of inbound Quests coming and help us coach but how to do this and do that. Can you help us. Design like Ah process for finding ideas making decisions investing recall that innovation ecosystem building. So that's the model. A lot of work we do law and are you practicing innovation as well within the company on your own who these edited. Of course the deals they One of the things. That would really focused on. This is also vision is that he wants to technology enabled services so we building it. Technology platform The application which people can go on their designs bottle of value propositions captured the policy wanted experiments track metric all this one platform and then get access to content as well with a learn how to do things all of this cloud kennedy onto the platform and we're building that we don't get ready but the goal is to say to companies. We don't want to be those consultants that are always around like yours. Rely on astound. We wanna help you build capabilities and the leader of the technology to drive your own innovation program yourself this extent addressing the question. What needs to happen succeed. Exactly right now is one of the uncles roaches. If they've to stop relying consultants to try and drive racial into the question becomes. How do you use the presence Business to build capabilities. That allow you to do these yourself. Because i really believe that the question for contemporary business in the world that we're living dow is entrepreneurship. Like how do you drive entrepreneurship innovation. The nation assure contemporary question two hundred years ago as consistent accounting system more game. Or i'm guessing. How did you get a marketing function. Drive marketing the job. Relation believed that the question now is how you get entrepreneurship builds and so in doing in and we're trying to help companies build down to mention options who doesn't believe that death income just as important as finance marketing sales etcetera obviously enterpreneurship exist in every stop of because otherwise it would not start but at what stage does the ends become like a cobra. need someone to guidance through wanting ovation is about so that against a contemporary startups that become successful somehow managed to maintain the entrepeneurship Culture facebook is gonna mansion and as a google. So i think that it's too big steve blank jokes about this a lot. There's the part where like the founder gets fired now. It's time to systematize accompanied that it lasts for a long time. We want just and so if the bottom does get fired that's when we start to lose entrepreneurial culture. Those companies were founded escanaba wakes do both rebuild a matale innovation morningside and stage behavior on the on the expiration site within the companies that have been able to maintain that thunder are almost reaching the end and a molecular. Ask you some personal questions so let's here in beijing. Where were you see yourself. You know in like three years time fighters time so what i would like to do. Now i want. I'm trying to exploit a different question. 'cause i thought he discovered that the work i do..

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Future of Tech

08:18 min | 3 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Future of Tech

"And how do you want to foster such an idea. How do you inject the concept of competition or you know the people understanding. What's out there people revealing. You know the because maybe you have a great idea but you know ten other companies or individuals or the on it. So how'd you activate this so in doing teams when we're working with them. The process that we call design which is dogged doing in design it. And do you write like. We're not going to challenge. You matters you in terms of how breakthrough or inventive. Your idea really is so. That's cool right as part of the innovation process. No freshly once. You're done that. Designed as we move onto the second layer accomplishing. Which is the testing testing by asking one question which is great idea. We read a lot looks. very leaders. lived into this. This is the question that you need to have. It's a great idea. love it a. Can you just tell me please. What are all the things that would have to be true about the world for your idea to succeed just asking that question both. The division teams to flip does the critiquing their own ideas. I don't have to lead a say. I don't like because of I don't like this. I don't believe this is that it was fine. I copied a winner. But i want to tell me what are all the things that would have to be true for your idea since he. What are all the things that draw customers and needs. When are all the things that have to be true about our capability as an organization to take this market. Roll the things that have to be true for us to be able to do this trough whether all the thing that actually true about competitors regulations macroeconomic factors. That would actually help Can you just go and write down. One by one over things would have to attributed so we give the teams time to do that. Went through the couple of days capturing these idea and then once they're done then you ask a second question whatever it is. Do you currently have for each one of those things that those things actually true and entity has is a lot of evidence this one. We have psalms. This woman a fantastic. What are you now going to do to get the evidence. And what is the smallest level investment needs to be right now to give you the space gallivan and then they get initial investment. They will get that. What makes them go. Find out of people already. Working on this customers wanna pay directed the team without degrading their idea. You give him a chance to validate through just reasonable. The joe ask My next question is gondal zhang mixture between something role than the something. That i was thinking about you know. Is there a specific wordings that someone needs to us. When he wants to address you know his teams or You know fellows to to create the spirit of innovation specific phrases or doosan owns when you're approaching your team. Yeah so. I don't know about where like if then scenario right so everybody's watching your cheek so so let's say you for example right you gotta derek reports and just before they come to talk to you. They all sit down and go in this way listening sure that we making sure that we're pretending typically asks these questions every your reports. They said all in time figuring out what the ways of approaching. You impressed you read. Let's say one day you surprised by finishing out just like getting really angry about a team not bringing evidence of customize before they teach you negative the next time you pout about why are you designing model. That looks exactly like business. Already have and then the next time you flip thought about you don't need to keep pretending succeeding when it's when ideal looks like it's gonna fail. It's okay to fail. I celebrate your failure. I don't want you to pretend to be successful. Think the things that are at least as reward watered celebrates end up becoming the behaviors that are teams show around innovation right and so over time as people that was things to bring to you it out. Approach you if you will asking. The has the offer innovative avia. You'll start to get behavior And also i think that the the fact that there is not specific list of things that you're always expecting them in your steering yet and challenging team to get out of their comfort zone zone so I agree and write it down as maybe as the second finger that they need to do in oscar. You need to apologize over that. And then a can you share. Maybe some experience working with you know be companies or enterprises going through such pro season and you know not necessarily by name but you know they were here. And this process broaden tool to what so what. What can an enterprise expect after going through donald such drill or a process yes. Let's take the work that we're doing i can. I can talk about Someone when i started doing the if you want an investment in any idea you had to write a thirty page business case and what often happened because that's what happened with you're right at thirty basis is what happens is you got the maximum amount you ask for. Approved two million brooklyn him so what we did what we first started doing the work. We track that average size of investment idea. Not that we got attracted to the metric and it was always in the millions Team would be working on major. They get all the money they need wasn't Introduced this process of choline for cycle into linda than boys. You invest a small amount if she thousand in double Only those feeds that she's First thing we notice was the Collapsed way way doug Bromley bolya to the ten thousand. But here's the thing. That was even more surprising. One of the number of investments went so the organization was now making best that will now increasing the chances of success because they were testing it. Investing more idea. So it's a very paradoxical organization which is the average size of investment. Those down investments envisages go cheaper but the number of best you're making goes up which means you've be increased. The chances of finding that outsides return and so that's that's one thing just not able to visually stone to the to the organization. It was really cool of that. Few things become proud of the work when looking into innovation the different behaviors from different industries. I think you similar behavior by across the spectrum of see that be exaggerated industries versus others for example. I work in someone's typical company laws. And you see that. There's a lot of compliance regulations stopped Paying close to that and this reciprocal banking as well and then you move to other places where they will focused on competitors and making sure that they keep you with you will too fast moving consumer goods to fast and create new variations of so you.

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"a. internal" Discussed on Future of Tech

Future of Tech

08:06 min | 3 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Future of Tech

"Treat those as bad things that a stifling innovation the real job of enterpreneur noise to work collaboratively with everybody in the business to drive out so the best infra per knows those that really understand that is known ovation inside the last company that succeeds without our colleagues from other divisions touching a sales and marketing legal and compliance and finance. So the question is how do you build those relationships in a way that allows users or practice innovation in the in the right way so beyond being creative and innovative and all this the number one psychological profile off the really great enterpreneurs political accurate. Yeah nobody talks about it. Just focus on the i. Dial in the hacking and coding of well. Yes sure you can do all that you want. But the ultimate goal is to get the thing out to markets. if that's how goal then political acumen is the number. One characteristic opposite successful serial interpreted ability to build relationships are interesting than an and the team around in should it be like a form and kind of Taken from different units or can it be like an organism that is being addressed in working with this individual or individuals or should we like form a new unit in order to make it so this to pasta driving innovation right outside the part where your team in. You're working on the product so that's one piece and then they all recall the innovation management team but was like the the new real function right. And that's the job is to create innovators so the distinction his. If you're an innovation person. Are you working on innovation while you're working on developing innovators and that the to career paths. That people have to always make sure that the making the distinction and went to happen is a little bit. Don't make that distinction. So they end up like one time working on the team working on something they want to go shooting with legal or what we often encourage. Large companies have a team in four people whose job is just to build the innovation ecosystem to build innovation. practice mentioned. The right tools are in place right. The different you know the different. Let's say i'm innovation team. And i want to do something. I have to negotiate legal and compliance to be allowed to do that negotiation legally applied the tiller et cetera et cetera. My reaction. Do i focus on making sure my idea goes through or do i make sure that is that it goes legal and compliance else. I wanna make sure that my idea goes through but also that other teams that come behind me. Don't have to run into the same problem. So that's the difference between a pioneer building the rose to build innovation practice versus the innovative In their own innovation and so the innovative the innovation management team that should be a function permanence multi and then they support the teams that are working on products and services to try and scale go to now. Let's go back to this Logical break into the you know the fo ceo. He wants to do those things. And you mentioned some of the things that are gonna fe an ordeal. You know hacker tones and stuff. What other than that. He can do to cultivate reading ovation. Yes oh dupont's. The first thing is that i think a leadership we need to set the strategic space. The worst got innovation literacy with ways is what utilities will you'll debate is gonna do something cool. Spend time really thinking about. What are the outstanding questions. Key trends challenges facing that we think innovation can help us resolve might and then make those explicit make those clear as guidance That's the first thing like very clear strategic guidance about where the team should be working. We don't we don't invest in couch is over here These specifics with that canvas the next question becomes what resources our bailable especially time a lot of companies a lot of money. But they don't have time for people to do the work so you know what the resources available for teams to use drugs Identifying and how will intervene ovation boards investment criteria. Can those team back system Made those two things explicit already much further ahead than like ninety percent of the companies that are around the world right now interesting now. Do like analyzed can share with us. Different behaviors to come to the psychology affects of innovators during the years. Do see or or are. They seemed like ten years ago. Five years ago today the same phenomenon was interesting. I think definitely experience right up through a research or analysis shift that i've noticed this been in leadership is to spend a lot of my time tied to convince leaders that they need to do motivation and i used to know what. Why do we need to do that. We just acquired stuff you know. That's the stuff that response to get but over the years now in bowl in that fight now. I'm more bold in. We've tried this so many times reporting this company over Team center was still not seeing any returns. What is the problem. what are we not doing. Rights and with the psychology is now trying to figure out like what what i'll be build a repeatable with at one or two success as An application w well but don't repeat that what is it that we need to put in place in the infrastructure to allow innovation to now become much more people. Attention is they're just now need law funneling into the direction. Yeah exactly now usually when you look into innovation is it only you know the organizational aspects of other also external factors which might make any idea successful laura or fake. Oh yeah so. That's really one of the things that women working with this specific teams right We asked him to conference on answering. Full western in the first question is desirable. Not we should you know. Does anybody want this customers. They're willing to pay for the value. Senator central the second one is physicality. Right we have inside our own organization the capability to create them and then the third one is by believes tenders donald trump in a profitable way. So those three things. People know about rating disabilities ability and viability. I knew has been talking about this awhile but saturday. We added this element Moved we call. Adaptability and adaptability outs can decide the escape at once it hits the world like what needs to be emplaced outside of ovation to help. Does it fitted context. Think about tesla and john station. You know can scale company. It doesn't get commissioned from cds and politician to charge station so the question is what things need to happen in the external world. That will help this idea comfortable so team that can be thinking about asked especially as they get close to finding that works..

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Future of Tech

08:21 min | 3 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Future of Tech

"A lot of ideas and then track the progress that those ideas of making and then only doubled down investment on those ideas are showing traction pro residents talk. That is not the only way you can invest in a lot of ideas to make small bets yukon make launch so we say toledo's is make multiple small beds and then fit the standard by which each one of those teams earns the next level of best buy fitting that standard right. It allows you to bench that the gun your investments ovation and by putting the government froze in place. You can then see what works. What was was not working. It's not Trade is more like really deliberates. Slow best track pro risks. Donald on investment only on only those things that working overtime scale so intensive of roi when it comes to innovation. You don't measure our wire project basically if you do that you just by crazy. Yes dementia Folio basis on portfolio. Kids if you reinvest in twelve ideas in this cohort ideas. What is the return of the portfolio. Because we know that the portfolio six of them would have to close down because teams couldn't value three of them will give us mediocre returns in only three of them will give out Upset twelve three of will give us outside my working right and so you have to miss the return on the portfolio different mathematics Managing i think this is a good practice and If you look at successful organization is the way they were practising it like throwing a theme into like ten twelve ideas. And then you know cultivating the ones are more successful than continue evolving through those funny right here now. Though into frame you'd be is worse if you thought about it is are indeed. What is described. Did exactly how comfortable with that are designated. Works that way Scientists playing around in his will be useful technologies become useful. Maybe we'll sit around for awhile this of any of dollar so we understand that with are indeed that we invested a whole by the on the field of econ off comes accessible or somehow when it comes to business model innovation. We become an obstacle. Were playing the same principle -ceptable back because once it comes to business model innovation Can make a business plan that you can tell me how many battle of this company but we we find that we need to move away from some of the reading great companies that we've been working for example bay Company or a boss. Right there the Company we've been. We've helped them build innovation. Pros goes in cohorts that obey the an incentive program the goal of captives fund with invested. In you know dental teams every six months pink and then they would see the initial thousand euro per team and they will see like which one of the team making progress stopping teams. That are knox in doubled Are to an extent. It's very similar to the visible. The you know they are investing in twenty companies then of them are moving to the next stage and then five the next and then eventually they have one of sixteen one of twenty which really know it the unicorn than later on. So it's similar. Yeah fred wilson from union square benches right As he works with one Which is a third of his investments will fail of third will bring me. The yoga returns in nickel muddy. The remaining third. And that's a guy who's job every day is to pick winners because it's getting pinched. He'll all the time. Meanwhile as ceo established company will only probably like five innovative digital year. Things that they can go. That's the one i'm gonna to two million that led by which is weird. It's like you don't even have enough experience or exposure to know which innovation work. We will do have a lot of exposure. I'm telling you that basically do this to make small bits and then see what's working in an increase in based on those teams during practice definitely trying to encourage people and companies to do those early management or innovation performance and probably part of the success is also the organization or the people that are driving the innovation coming with your background. How would you characterize leaders that you need to have their probably. This is not the the older nery it will not put the receive fo. That will it. Proably are immediately unit some some different Behavior within bit initial courting. Yes funny right up. In my experience. I found the. Cfo's rico like they get the concept of return to a portfolio. Say again that cfo's great the budget so the okay but people tend to think that people in finance kind of biased in have one major frustration if you went out in the open up in the major frustration is almost over half the people that from Returns never bring the returns they promised you really like the the opponent point and say here tell me the most what mad guys just make up the numbers of bernalillo money. The what if what if you didn't make up the numbers what you gave very small investments to actually figure out the right business model and drink to you validated business models that you can then invested more. Wouldn't that make life easier than again that makes sense then. The hit the hottest Speeches how much money would you be willing to pot with for a team. That definitely business. That's where the coalition having appeared in breath apple eventually fifty k. And that's why you see a lot of these innovation rounds. They tend to give these teams that are fifty k. Because that's a a number of fearful is comfortable with like okay. This team play with that. But after that you have to bring me something less must move useful back invested goto and um earlier of ask you about the ceo. And how how he needs to end elite. Take it from the other way around. I'm i'm into brunelli nature. I'm somewhere you know Developer in large cooperate. How can i as an individual futian your idea into the enterprise. How can i make sure that it will happen. And not lose faith in in you know go out. What do i need to get a job. That's for sure on his own struggle enterpreneurs about two struggles enterpreneurship movements on the innovations. I struggle is a lot of in. That makes is not really authentic. They just play around the Inovation theater with sticky notes idea jammed on all these but they're not really paying attention to value creation. That's what frustrates leadership. Sometimes it's just like you guys did all this cool stuff in your lab but one of the actual thing that bring in return that you've created so we tend to push innovators to really be genuinely authentically interested in discovering customer value. Business models that work the addition. So that's one after the other half if the instrument that tries to pick up this brash behavior from silicon valley you know like how pirates wherever you walking around organization into winding people and my comment for that. You're not elon musk. You would be worth company rulings placing so you're not elon. Musk and you don't work in a company like the concerns that the nba hat about risks and compliance and legal. Those are valid concerns. You cannot.

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Future of Tech

08:30 min | 3 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Future of Tech

"Welcome to the vicki. Today's episode will be all about innovation. I'm very happy to have with us. We've met the nearly a year ago. Maybe slightly more than the author of several books. Pirates in the navy how. Innovators lead transformation the corporate startup and lean product life cycle and welcome. Thank you thank you to see you again. How are you. I'm good surviving all interesting thing that happening in the world. So let's not maybe with some big wrong. Can you show me. You know how does started. How did you find yourself in technology. How did you find yourself involved in intake by accident. i started my career. Academic have peace team psychology. So i spend a lot of tiring like almost twelve years. Just as deming teaching organizational behavior. And then i just happened to a conference and events wonderfully gentrified heart she worked at stanford university was invited me over this collaborative to work on psychology psychology group behavior. Like that and it was when i was back in a year a couple of months. There one was on there in that time and he was a stanford being silly valley being that will be drinking. All of that got moved me away from what was supposed to be doing. Other than media dream went to do a lot of time with startup guy. Baseball can google space. It's is enough just to travel in those places to see you know the the lifestyle and compare it to a psychologist on sofa With boring hours of india's it's much now. I can understand okay interesting. Because fang at stanford makes people want to talk to me. Hit nothing value. So it gave me access to that scene. Because it would just assume you cutting noriko stanford they could be the next great founder of that. This guy like contention interested in technology and startles. so where did you learn style so You stop it as what is consultant or you move to a full time. So what happened was one of the things that is both to Funded was gold f. B. funding was run by dave mcclure. And there is where like zimraya was there. And do you know Against the little guys. John's demar task rabbit was there to just being around that atmosphere. The right one and give back to the uk with my own startup. when. I came back the Forayed found his best friend Task solis was supposed to be like a platform where people can post like on jobs. They want dot and then like people sign up but we didn't do very well turn. I know you're out doing some didn't make any money off like a yoga to against shut down and then like thinking inflicting about what happens is when i started reading around lean startup in latin effort and meet to consultant. Really overly you know a few years and what made you focus or concentrate innovation in the science around. The what drove you hoover. So i stop though after my failed standoff right i was giving tolls about it just being because as part of the startup community in london in sal rob country can bullying camera nudity. So in work. One day i was invited to speak to piston which is a global education company about startups. In how the star of the dollar works and i gave the keynotes and doing slater. They invited me to help them. Go design that process and then in that co design inviting you to join the team full time and during the to stay with me for years. That's what the lean toward Cycle is actually based on brooklyn is based on that work with do the pearsons describing that work in including like framework. That's the how it happened like it wasn't even like i didn't intend for it to happen. But because i'm a former academic journals working these patients is. I was learning how these things were. Doesn't work recognizing patterns in recognizing patterns structured since a methodology to walks that. Can you can use. And that's what parents the navy them became. So let's let's make sure that our audience so guys or girls that are listening to us. it's not that the one they roll dies in southern miyagawa find the the rights role. It's a hard work in steeler. Obviously coincidences there. But the good. So i wanted to start maybe with With us the obvious question. What's the secret sauce. Beyond companies that ra bid to reveal innovation or to have a good innovation practice within the The company the corporate as yeah. I mean that's just questions so let's start with the opposite of your question which is onto the companies struggled innovation. Do wrong right. And the thing that we've noticed the most see Working challenges it'd be folded into one problem. Which is leadership. Don't get a distinction between how you run your business in how you drive innovation so all. The mistakes rounded ovation. Often centered on leaders using the behaviors metrics tools. They used to run the colt and applying to drive innovation. Onc- do that now. You're in the area of like asking for five hundred business plans you know asking a team donahue customers with alagoas gala beer in the wrong believe so all the mistakes that happen because people are taking execution practices running your business and applying them to exploratory work which is innovation and so companies get it do successfully those companies that understand that they somehow some way after austin distinction between execution and searching and run those two things in in using different methodologies toolboxes questioning investment practices helped me out here. I'm ac- offer company. I cannot accept someone coming to say. Look this is innovation and there is no. I don't know what's going to have been just let me experiment versus the other guy. Is you know like a methodic. Burson always has you know. He's finance say in order and have the that they built in place. Oh what should they do. How how should i you know. I do want to own avait. I read brody some books. What's the equilibrium. Yeah maybe you've never been to silicon valley on tour invasion cenovate. Yeah so our biggest mid surrounds innovation management is that innovation is kind of black box is just give me a chance to do something Gluck until you about his humor. The money leave me a lot. And that's exactly what we don't want innovation teams to doing because if i'm a leader and have a guy who saying give me money and leave me alone. Who telling me like. I've got oli numbers that i can promise you. I'll give the Exactly especially because my job is on the line. I have to report to the markets. Have to the board of of money like all of these things and so what we often say is is relations management. It's just a different form of management as doing by different tools and different than the questions so the number one principle that we bring to the table is that as leaders. We have to embrace the concept that we fell cannot choose the winning ideas on day one instead. What do is create a context in which the winning ideas march and the best way to find really great innovation ideas Invest in.

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"a. internal" Discussed on Future of Tech

Future of Tech

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Future of Tech

"To future tax hosted by avi shy sharfuddin division president of amdex technology in this podcast. Abby shy sits down with some of the most innovative minds in technology to learn how they are disrupting the present and what kind of impact they hope to have in the future from the machine learning programs that solving some of the world's biggest problems to what i can do to help fight biological bottlenecks in human thinking. No topic is off limits. So sit back. Relax and maybe take some notes because what you here on this show might just be a glimpse into the future. Tendai vicki likes to say that innovation is just about management but it's a different kind of management and business leaders probably used to which is why many of them need help with the process. That's why they cooled. Tendai an associate partner at strategize and the author of the book. Pirates in the navy the corporate startup and the lean product life cycle and his specialty is helping lodge companies innovate for the future on this episode of future tech tendai breaks down what the future of innovation looks like and he explains why innovation starts at the top with elite who is willing to do things a little differently. Tendai says that leaders who want to bring innovation into their organization needs to be comfortable not knowing which bets will be the winners and instead find a way to create an environment where winning ideas can emerge on their own and proved themselves as worthy of investment. Tendai also gives a warning about entrepreneurship. And explains why the number one thing you have to look for in an entrepreneur is not how creative or brilliant they are but how well they conform relationships and he reveals the full key questions that innovators need to be asking if.

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"a. internal" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

05:21 min | 5 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on CarCast

"I don't know it seems kind of interesting. The more the merrier. I mean we're talking about stuff that is pretty unattainable. Anybody except for the heat. The super exclusive. But it is fun to see that kind of stuff and and we all enjoy the the crazy youtube videos than the testing and things like that. Yeah the numbers but it is kind of interesting that that's where it's heading. I don't know if that was just a financial decision. I don't know if that was. I think it's partly like an. Epa thing it's like when you take bugatti and you add it into the overall vw umbrella and it gets eight miles per gallon and as a company they need to meet the certain epa goals right these emissions goals and fleet cafe standards for fuel economy. They just kinda of by the bugatti being such a small volume specialty vehicle. It is still probably throwing off their overall numbers that if they remove that from the equation then they have some more flexibility on some of their other high performance cars that are higher volume anyway. It's an interesting and look if rempac is going to say hey let's do. I don't know a hundred boo bodies. That are hybrid. And then let's do. I don't know a hundred remax. That are all electric. I don't know how the math works as far as like the emissions goals but it starts to balance out like how much emissions. They're they're putting out into the world like as a company out of two hundred cars. If half of them had zero missions the other half know. Does it meet the number. I somehow figuring it out right. They're gonna without some. Yeah that's what they're gonna go. Listen we need to make sixty two bugatti with the gas engine and seventy two and a half relax with electric engine. Just a math quiz will figure out where we need to be. And of course the bugatti hybrid the bugatti remark. Hybrid would be more fuel-efficient as well right. It'll go into an e. v. mode when you're sitting at stop lights and shut down the engine and do blah blah blah. So it's just all right they they certainly they certainly do have some pretty incredible benchmarks to to meet but i do like their idea of saying are the first car under this partnership this merger will be ground up car like you know and i don't mean like crowned up like hamburger meat i met i like fresh clean sheet of paper now. It stands to reason. They're going to sit there and go. Well we've got some chassis development on one of the cars that might work and we've got some engineering and some suspension components and yeah we'll we'll make it work but some shared components but i think this is going to be a pretty interesting and i think it's going to be a pretty interesting idea for these guys to get into that right. There's the why not sure. I think some talk about nothing else and i don't know if you drive. I drove a bugatti. Yeah i i well. We'll see. I mean i don't know if we're gonna get the rim bag out here was a press car. I think people just by those anyway. Let's welcome new advertiser a friend over ad good guys. It's the thirty third griots garage pacific. Northwest nationals. it's good guys rod and custom association. It's coming to poliakoff pa- layup pile-up pull pull through all up puyallup. It's coming to ted. I don't know how i've never been there. Puyallup washington never going to welcome you after that. Yeah puyallup i'm sure it happens. All the time heard all the time. There's some extra letters in there. It's coming to puyallup washington. It's the thirty third griots garage pacific. Northwest nationals. it's at the washington state fair event center. It's going to be july. Twenty third through twenty fifth. They have over twenty five hundred classic cars and trucks on display. They've got a burn out competition and they got the vintage dragster racing. Which i do like those. I went to an event and syracuse new york and they put me in one of the vintage dragsters like here fired up and man. That nitro makes your eyes water. Even you're trying to breathe through the rag you're out you're like what are you cried for. What are you crying for. You look like baby. Yeah they did it on purpose. They're all had goggles and masks on a hair up are so the villages. Dragster racing is pretty cool. It's it's a great event. It's fun for the whole family that live entertainment there's the prince the pinstripe or broad. Brush bash that they have. I've seen these pin striper competitions and stuff at other events which are cool. There's a model car display. There's a whole kids free zone over there as well..

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"a. internal" Discussed on Charlotte Center For Mindfulness // Podcasts

Charlotte Center For Mindfulness // Podcasts

12:23 min | 6 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Charlotte Center For Mindfulness // Podcasts

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"a. internal" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"Strawberries. Ma forget about it. I i used to do this food club. I actually really enjoyed it And what was the is this food. Co-op you just paid a flat rate. I don't remember what it was. It was like twenty five bucks a week or something like that and they they would deliver this ball of Farm fresh locally grown. Well here i am in utah. Where the growing season is not amazing. Right and I remember the first box that i got in march was like seven different varieties of lettuce. Nice like i guess. Lettuces and season early in utah. Nothing else exactly. Sorry i just thought of that But it was. It was wonderful. Come september employment right like do you it. So that business. Do you really think that they're subscribe schreiber members yet. Their memberships are going to be increasing during those months. I highly doubt it right. You know they're going to be increasing in the first month of spring and summer and then dulcie this decline right. So it's the same thing and you need to use that what we've been talking about the internal extra cash flow to advantage to grow when getting good and to play it safe and start to plan. Start to stow stuff away for those months that you're in decline or that you are not seeing growth or decline right to need to ride out and you've got to make your cash last for three months where you're really not making. Yeah so yeah. And and i want to. I want to wrap up with this final note. This final thought and that is of what you're talking about here. You know we talk about the seasonality and you can't you can't understand cash flow without understanding your businesses season and every business has a cycle. And if you don't understand your you know your peaks in your routes then you're never going to understand your cash flow will. There's a counter intuitive piece to all this and that is when things are going great you should already be thinking about when things aren't going great exactly and you know i see some of these Kind of naive entrepreneurs and i'm not trying to discredit someone who you know like. This is their their first time. Trying something out but it really is a level of naive day that they they when things start going up they think. Oh it always goes up mike. You know it will go up and then we'll go down and it will go up in it. we'll go to. It might trend up. You know ultimately ultimately but you're gonna have ups and you're going to have downs and and one of the rookie mistakes that i'll see coming from a lot of entrepreneurs is when things are trending up. They start thinking that they're still in a growth phase. And you know. I love that. We're talking about farmers markets because farmers markets are real. You can't manipulate a farmer's market very much you can manipulate of other industries. You know human beings figured out some creative ways to kind of change things up Away from the natural cycle of things and farmers markets tend to just stay a little bit true to the natural cycle of things. And so you know. Everyone knows that they're going to be times when the harvest is great. And we're going to be times when there's no harvest and and so you know they plan accordingly at these farmers markets and so in your business. You need to look at this. You need to say. Hey you know what the harvest is great. So what am i doing to plan for the winter when there's no harvest because in your business and that's just your slow season you know the winter represents your slow season and it's not that your business is bad because as a slow season is just seasonality. It just means two. Yeah things go up things. Go down and so The the final that. I want to leave our listeners with is to just say understand your season. Learn when it's going to be slow. Think ahead look ahead with what your cash flow is because cash flows usually cycle. You know sixty days ninety days and so if you're only looking two weeks ahead and you've got a sixty day cash cycle. You're not you're not on top of it does not compute and so turning it off and on again won't work at that point so so take some time You should be sitting down with your management team. You should be talking about cash flow and that should be a regular thing at least quarterly. Even monthly would be smart to make sure that you're staying on top of it. It really will make a huge difference in the success of your business and and yeah i could just. I could talk about this for a lot longer. But i'm going to get it off. You guys have been great. We appreciate you tuning into letting me nerd out on a little bit of the finance side.

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"a. internal" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

07:00 min | 11 months ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"Of marketing management and money with your hosts. Ryan owens and ryan murray. We are excited about the new year. And we're excited about the changes to come. If you haven't heard about those changes yet we are looking at doing a new format with our podcast based on some feedback that we've gotten also some new content that we have We'd like to throw to you guys and we think it's going to be really great. We hope you're excited for. We definitely are but for now. We are actually going to stick to a normal familiar podcast episode. So don't don't get through fluster just yet. There's some normalcy happening right now. Built them all up to just say no. just kidding. yeah and if you if you want to know a little bit more about the changes you can jump back. We did a short little episode describing what we're going to be doing in the new year and how the how that's gonna play out through the but again for now we're just going to be looking at a normal topic and keeping it light. We are going to be looking at internal versus external cash flow. And what that means in your small business so these are really terms that not not enough entrepreneurs yams the turnbull outside of the financial side of of business are going to be really familiar with. And so let's let's talk about first. What cash flow is and then look at internal versus external cash flow and the different effects that they can have business. Yeah and and as we go throughout this episode so we're gonna be talking in a way that is not overly common but it's amazingly helpful for your business because most people casual okay. Cash flow is a very common term. But how often you hear someone say well. My internal cash flow is doing well but my extra cash flow could use a little bit of work right. You don't hear people talk about cash without you know there's cashless cash flow right and like no like there. There are different types of casual. There's healthy cashflow and there's unhealthy cashflow and you know just because you have cash in your business doesn't necessarily mean that all is well right and so i think what What i would like to. I'd like to take just a second and just talk about cash flow in general. Yeah i think that's a good place and then we'll we'll talk about why we why we break it out. Yeah so when. You're talking about cash flow cash. I i love to think about just a dollar bill right if i have a dollar bill in my hand and i know we're gonna have to go back in time to when people actually held dollar bills in their hands right and it was like. Oh i don't remember the last time. I actually touched dollar bill but if i held a dollar bill in my hand i either have it or i don't right and to me. That's the way. I like to look at cash flow because sales you can have sales. That aren't necessarily as tangible is holding a dollar bill you can have. Prophets aren't as tangible is holding a dollar bill for my profitability. Can go into the red. It can be negative. But i can't have a negative dollar bill. Bright either have it or don't have it and that's really the fundamentals of casual cash flow is saying the end of the day. How much cash do you actually have you can that you can literally hold onto now. I get everyone's got bank accounts in the is just digits on a on a on a computer screen or even on a mobile device but at the end of the day. You could go to your bank. Can you could say hey. I want to pull all that cash out and you would. You would have it. It's there everybody's making a run on the bank. it's so that's a whole nother episode. Abouts stay too so the idea of cash flow is to say at the end of the day how much you know. How much money in the bank do you have. How much cash are you holding onto and think about things you know. Why do we call it flow. Well someone might have purchase something from you. But they owe you money. If i went to the bank today that money wouldn't be in the bank. Ram even my made that sale. That money's not in the bank yet. Or i owe somebody money but i haven't paid them. That money is in the bank. And so you know cashflow really boils down to. What's the money in the bank today. Right now what's the money in the bank. And how does that flow in and out of the bank. So that that's what we're talking about when we're talking about cash flow and that kind of leads in a little bit into your working capital cycle and things like that. We've talked a little bit about that on a previous episode where we discussed financial side of small business right. But so if you wanna if you wanna get a little bit more familiar with that and the goings on of what happens in the space where you've given away these goods that you've so lovingly purchased and cared for while they were in your possession you given them away but you have yet to be paid for said items you know. There's there's some. I loved the poetry i to me as just numbers. I'm like i don't get it done. And you're like you'd love cared for and you know our listeners. They cannot see the goofy expression of just love that you have thing. Yeah air guitar. But what are you doing over air loving seriously sausa- anyway. Okay all joking aside of you and your loving cash flow and but yeah you get into the working capital cycle you get into. I mean we did an episode on the inverse relationship between sales and cash. There's there's a lot going on. But today we want to talk about this internal versus external cash flow and so i kind of want to focus in on the cash flow. You know i. I basically out how you know what cash flow is. What's in your bank. What's in your hand you know. It's the tangible. And it's you know measuring how things are flowing in and out well if you think about internal versus external okay. Let's let's start by defining internal. Yeah i was gonna say we'd better better dial back here. A little bit and and differentiate between the two. Yeah so internal means that it is cash flow that is generated from your business at some point that had to come from sales and the sales trickle down to prophets in the profits know filtered out into actual money that went into your bank and became cash flow at that point. Now this okay. Ooh there's there's. There's a lot like i i was gonna say this. This is before i mean there. There's always something to do with your money especially as an entrepreneur as a small business owner right. There's like there's never enough.

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"a. internal" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"a. internal" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"From the winds of the civil rights, civil rights to me. Yeah I agree I think what she was talking about happened later on that was still very fresh in time. also wondering. You know is this the sort of movie where? You know it's Their direct lessons for today is the. Data to you at all to anyone on on the chat overall elements that. You're able to see relating to events happening now or was it more sort of? You know just. A. Morality Tale that you could see that Oh, I I understand where this is going in and what it means to me, it seemed like you can all you have to do is just kind of tweak the second the technologies stuff but the general broad strokes of the steps that a our revolution has to take I think are kind of very time. You know I just think certain technologies and certain things you just can't do or you don't. You don't have the one thing I got. So the one thing that I noticed different between the book that in the book. It's May a lot more explicit like how much he gave up to get this far. And he knows explicitly like he might not make it that far. And he does die of gunshot wound. Then but he has A. Internal monologue that kind of gives off like. You had to go through I mean basically basically spells. That from you know seventeen eighteen on. He gave up his life to get here and he doesn't know if he'll win. Until like some of the dialogue Kinda covers that, but you don't know if that's actually going to be a success so. I mean, it's Kinda like the real dream you know. Give me liberty or give me death. American ethos that they kind of spread around or like the real freedom evils. I think there's a lot of think is universal also in the sense that. The primary vehicle for the revolution coming from. Poor working class. I guess black people that may be the upper working class maybe like the ex wife who was married to the doctor where a lot of mainstream black people wouldn't even consider those people to be the vehicle for revolution. and I don't know whether or not. It comes from a sense of just. Understanding that these people don't have anything to lose. And it also underscores this whole assimilationist black bursts self determining black on my pin. Thought one dated aspect was when he?.

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"a. internal" Discussed on The s1ckboy Lounge

The s1ckboy Lounge

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"a. internal" Discussed on The s1ckboy Lounge

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