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"alain" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

08:32 min | 7 months ago

"alain" Discussed on The Zest

"You go and always say that street food food is your number one place to try to additional cuisine from police. Though you go to haiti's you'll get a spears. The richness mutual riley's that we have to offer. It is just amazing. We do dishes with big sheets and you can see some of those connections weaking all cuisine and also some of the cuisine from the south in the united states right for example okra okra is some communities. End these that a lap. Also in the south notably new orleans creole cuisine. So new orleans cuisine was insurance also by our cuisine because at one point when the united states was trying to acquire the louisiana from the french ladder. Haitian soldiers games help and they stayed over and incorporated debt techniques cuisine into that region and a lot of the food from that megyn is very similar to what we do in. Hey that's really interesting. I'm going to try to not say any french words during this conversation. But you're i took spanish in high school not french. But the the haiti that you're describing and the food and the richness of the food is like a one eighty from the haiti that we hear about in the news. So how does it make you feel that the only thing we ever really hear about haiti is when something bad happens. I've just i'm is a complex schilling. I'd know that there's more to haiti index. I'll culture is vibrant Cyber before we have so many beautiful sites we have on the ground size. We have those amazing beautiful waterfalls. We have those beautiful beaches in one of the beaches in haiti was considered as one of the top fifty beaches in the world. Right and that side is not really showcase and the news. It's always when does the disaster this political issues and stuff like that on the other hand. Feel that also. Who's the better person to promote is cultured the people from medical so after that we lack a that end where that we don't push much our culture out all we don't do a good job at pushing it on issue we appreciate at a lap and wish should be the first ones to showcase that saddened amy. That people don't see in the news so that the news can showcasing right. Yeah okay. I gotta ask you. What's the name of that fancy beach. I know it's in the south right at the school maccabi from that line. Siodmak maccabi right. Yeah it sounds beautiful. Well you talked about using your platform. A little bit to showcase all that haiti has to offer. And you do have a big platform because you were on tv cooking. You've got this big instagram following. Tell me about how it came to be that you were on some of these cooking shows i i. I'm very hyper and people don't tend to see me why you say that like you don't like abbott. I'm shy. I just mastered the way to do public speaking to me and for people i was never considering cooking competition. I'd see a friend of mine who's been in tv. She referred me to it casting agent. That's what i did cut kitchen cutthroat kitchen. Yes so i do kitchen. In after new kitchen hours hoods. I wanted to do more and more cooking shows competitions and stuff like that so i ended up doing chops and chop was here earlier this year. Wow well for somebody who's shy. You're you're really turning into quite the media. Mogul when you're on these shows how does your haitian cooking background. Come into play are you. Are you putting plates in front of the judges with ingredients that they're unfamiliar with. Yes what i'd do. This shows some of them. They give your specific recipes. You have to do for his wall. Uh specific recipes to do so. I tried to do was incorporated my flavors into it right on child. They give us crazy ingredients to us. So i tried to incorporate some of my background into it. I also got a chance to do another show If not as air yet. Is airing probably next year. So i cannot say the name by snap a petition show if a cooking show fully about me so they give the abigail ingredients but he was all about me math later. So i was able to showcase more microbes e by background. And i can't wait for them to come out or people see it to learn more by asian cuisine and what we have to offer. I think that's great. So did they at all change the way you cook or the way you operate your catering business. No no not at all. Oh astor now. I've always. I've always known how to cook fast and work under pressure but doing the shows helped me even master eating more as for as an organized chaos. I like to work in a clean environment. Like to work at a fast pace. I like to work. Listen we have this to do. Let's get it done and then afterwards whenever we've done if you wanna relax and have fun. Do what you have to do. But when it's crunch time when it's time for me to work people always say that i'm like the the screwed in the kitchen. Can of ask just stay focused and doing these shows have even more focused on that area. Micrometer like as far as being organizing the kitchen working fast working indicate environment and executing under pressure Do you have a nickname in the kitchen to have kitchen row. That that you know about that. Oh about no no. I'm sure everyone has good things to say about. How often do you return to haiti. And what do you miss okay. So as i was he was december. Twenty nine thousand acting hitter wedding in asian but because of how everything has has been turned turning around lately with the securities but in court turmoils identity that covert Stephan also. So i kinda avoided from boeing there. I used to go every month three much. If that every month every other mild like fed weeks over there because i do also have a food service company over there that needs my friends will put together so i used to very often wonder ables admits about is the simplicity of live. Land the community night. Everybody knows everybody We eat together. We all be family. He have so many people that he knows. That can go to different places. I should go to of course the beach. That's one of the main things we enjoy there. Yeah i mean. I wish i can go back anytime soon. Hopefully when days appease his more more security. I would say that as of right now. I.

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"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"It was all about training so we would train weapons. We were trained different forms of martial arts. We would train a stunt reactions with. Which is you know. Eighty percent of the time. You're you might be the guy that gets shot you head snap and you fall so the falls reactions. That's that we've got all the time..

"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Either take down there. Traditionally as well and some take downs in thai and tai also resemble like a lot of take down throws at you do have in japanese jujitsu so but with a completely different flavor and a different approach. So what's cool. Is that no matter. What martial arts. You're practicing dissimilarities that connect them one to the other and then we were able to go and look at the weaponry that using use blades knives All that kind of stuff. All the fun stuff is into the mix. The you always tells me. I want you to throw everything in the kitchen. Sink in there. He says that's fine. We take a short break. We're talking to elaine. Who seek who is talking about his jujitsu and martial arts. We'll be right back. Stay tuned for more of the sci-fi talk indie film podcast back with more on genre film. Making on the sci fi. Talk indie podcast. Say one apple take to back with elaine. We see and his latest film. Is ju jitsu. So i gotta ask you training wise to prepare for movie like this before you even step on the set. Obviously you have to be in shape. So what kind of regimen do you do. I do a lot of circuits rating in terms of my fitness. It's tons of circuit training and a lot of functional fitness which helps me develop the conditioning a need for it to be very efficient shooting. Fight seats That's number one and obviously you. You do want to get you know certain aesthetics esthetics but for me. It's it's very much about performance..

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"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"I was like oh my god. I can't believe i'm going to get to work with these people it's It's pretty incredible. I haven't i feel blessed. Don't tell nick cage you saw him as a kid. It's gonna make him feel old. You're right. I think i'd oh god but it's good. You mentioned the ladies to 'cause you know that's cool thing. It's a good kick butt kicked by. It's good. they're all awesome. Was there like a friendly competition you know. Frank is physical. We all know tony and rick too. So was that kind of a friendly competition to kind of you know you're the lead so you're probably gonna win but anyway. Was there a little friendly competition between you and the other guys and maybe the gals to i don't know i it was. It was a lot of collaboration. I'll tell you it was would help each other out right. And i was heavily involved in the action design with our team so i was very much involved in that and then figuring out how. We're going to shoot the action as well and helping out with that helping dmitri and so whenever we came to chat about the action was going to be. I love getting input from frank and from rick and from everybody based on their scenes right because you wanna be true to their character. The character that they're you know they're creating although we had some some ideas and to meet you have some ideas about who their characters would be. Get their take and you know. Wanna put in their flavor. Same with tony tony. We had a we have a fantastic stike enticed stunt team that. We've been working with for years for both kick boxers and dmitry had our tie stunt team come over to cyprus to shoot with us and the all head with tony before they just did a fantastic job with With the design. So that to make sure that each character had their flavor. It's funny when when you get a group of people like that that are very physical. Yeah what you would you. Don't find as much as is ego. You know everybody's good like the. Yeah it's great. It's that's what's great about it and the world of martial arts. I mean people. There are eagles that exists. However when when you get a bunch of people that have you know certain experiences and skills insecurities eagles go out the window and everybody wants to do a great job and have a good time doing it. And that's what it was so for. Nick cage did to kind of get an idea the kind of actor he is. Does he stay in character when the when dmitry would yell cut or does he turn.

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"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

03:46 min | 10 months ago

"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Scene one apple take one scene one apple. Take too high today on scifi talk. I have the lane mucci. Who is in a new scifi fantasy. Film that combines martial arts to call jujitsu welcome. It's great to talk to you about this. Thank you very much having the now. Dare you obviously have a background as a stunt person so i would think you do a lot of martial arts in this movie i do. I do all the way through from beginning. Then now dimitri was your producer of kickboxer retaliation. So did he have you in mind for this particular film. Yes he did. Yeah he after kickboxer retaliation We were planning to do the third. Kickboxer kickboxer armageddon and as we were slowly. Getting into that He he told me like. Hey i have an idea for this cool martial arts sifi. I'm gonna call it jujitsu okay. I was two weeks after two weeks. It comes back with this concept. And i was like. Wow this is so cool awesome and then it went from there so tell us a little bit about you know you play jake so tell us a little bit about jake and what he's up against i yeah i play jay chou's part of Of a i guess a group of jujitsu fighters who face this alien being every six years and Yeah it's this thing where they rupel fighters Is meant to get together and then challenge this This alien being it's been happening for thousands of years. It's like they're coming from this order of fighters i if you wanna call it that. And then they essentially expect that they're going to lose and losing means you know dying essentially so they go into challenge this alien being Jake decides that you know this might not be the best idea because you know it's He he doesn't wanna die so he ends up not having the guts to stick it all the way through and his whole story is about how he He rediscovers we as an faces. His fears and conquers his fears of cool. Well let me tell you there. There's some cool people in this movie. I mean tony joh-. I've followed his career and his martial arts skills are amazing rick. Yune always enjoyed his work from the bond films and a marvel favorite of mine. Frank grillo is on there and of course you add that you add nicholas cage to. That's a nice little cast you got there. That's it's pretty amazing. And they were all everybody is so so much fun to work with. Such a bunch of good agreed people. Cool really excited. Yeah give me announce told me like who is going to be in the movie and as it didn't all come at once you know he I remember when he told me nick. Gage is going to be in the film. I was like. Oh my god. I've been watching the case. Since i was a kid and i'm like oh my god i'm going to be working up negates. That's incredible and then he added tony and frank and Juju maria droplets. So no he every time he would tell me who he cast in certain parts..

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How to be More Credible as a Leader

The Impact of Leadership

01:33 min | 10 months ago

How to be More Credible as a Leader

"The number one thing you can do to become more credible sound super. Simple when i said show up on time because it's the easiest thing to measure right steve. You're either there or you're not and here's the thing. I had a mentor. Who taught me that. And i remember showing up to meetings on time because i used to be parentally just barely on time and at the beginning of this whole showing up on time thing i was going. I'm here and of course. The other person would be late. And i would get upset if i this isn't fair. I busted my butt to get here on time. Why are you here. And i realized it took me a little while but i finally got to the point where realized. I'm not showing up on time for them. I'm showing up a time for me because every single time you follow through on the commitment to yourself you are building trust with yourself that you are the type of person who does that and one of the things that we know around behavior change. Is that one of the core things to people to change. Behavior and to maintain behavior is identity. So for example. Are you a smoker steve. Do you smoke cigarettes. I do not know if i if your cigarette. What would you say like no thanks. Nothing's because i'm not a smoker. Like not even a question for you because it's off the table because your identity and identity statements are so strong so all of which to say is self leadership is a way for you to cultivate the identity of the person that you want to be and it starts by looking in the mirror and taking an honest self assessment of is this there. Yes great celebrate that honor that and if not what do i need to do to close a gap to become the person that i wanna

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"alain" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

03:47 min | 11 months ago

"alain" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Psychologists call it the projection bias which is basically we tend to go. Oh this is clear in my head. It must be clear to everyone else right and i'll give you an example if you've ever found yourself saying something like well. I sent the email they should know what to do. It's like you send it. You know what you meant but you don't necessarily know how they are receiving that information just like the fact is like why don't they get back to me. How do you know the fact that your email now sitting in an inbox with another hundred and forty two emails got sent in the last seven hours. So it's this expectation that look. The fact is people are not you. And so here's my hack or the tool to use to get around. That people are very good at a lot of things. But one thing i can guarantee you know. One is very good at reading minds so one of the things that i always suggest for leaders to do is to make any implicit assumptions or implicit expectations. Explicit be super clear over clear and check twice. Check three times to make sure you're getting a check of understanding how the share a quick story that really brings this to life and this actually comes from the fast food industry so back in the nineteen eighties when all the fast food restaurants started putting in their dry drivers and when it just started the drive through process overall was a nightmare it was really common people drive up to the intercom. It ordered their food and then go to the window to pick it up and the orders would be filled with mistakes and this was happened continuously for a couple of years and all of a sudden across the industry the drive thru mistake rates started to plummet. You might be wondering what do they do. What did they change with such an easy fix. The employees started to do is when someone would come up to the intercom and say i'd like to order three cheeseburgers. Three fries and three coca-cola's the employees started to repeat the order back. Make sure. I got that three cheeseburgers. Three fries rico. Is that right. Yes boom right. They confirmed understanding and then suddenly success to think about how often we have meetings where we've discussed a bunch of stuff and maybe even people have said. This is what i'm gonna do at some point in the meeting but before we end. Are we taking that extra moment to go. Let's just go around the circle. The virtual circle the actual circle score around the circle. Whatever walking out of here doing next. What our next steps that's explicit. Because if you don't do that what you wind up with. And i'm sure most of us listening at had this experience i call them the meetings after the meeting. You got in the hallway. So michael what are we. Who's doing what what. I think it's this. I'm not exact- well. If i raised my hand it's gonna look on a stupid now. So we get into this whole mental chatter so the way to avoid that leaders is to make your implicit assumptions.

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"alain" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:53 min | 11 months ago

"alain" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Creative problem. Solvers come of ideas execute on those ideas satisfied. Customer needs more quickly than ever before. So this whole idea of shut up and do as i say it doesn't make any sense. It makes so leaders need to create an environment where they are in the longer the commander-in-chief but instead we are the facilitators and chief. So your whole example michael of i'm an open book. Tell me how can we work together. That is about trying to facilitate and co create a solution together as opposed to the old school model of. I have all the answers. I'm in charge. I'll tell you what to do. You just go ahead and do what i tell you to do. That doesn't work. And so that means a huge shift in mindset from this commander mindset to a facilitative mindset. 'cause that's what's gonna take to help people to achieve performance goals easier. I love that. I use the henry ford example and the industrial age. And and how the you know for example. The eight hour work shift doesn't make sense and this working remotely situation that so many of us have found ourselves in over the last year brings that delight because many of us and thankfully my kids are adults aged now. But i know a lot of people became full-time schoolteachers during this pandemic because they were teaching their kids at home on top of doing their jobs which means that they're workday was in segments. They may not have been able to do it. Consecutive eight hours may have been a couple of hours here couple hours there a couple of hours there and it created an opportunity for people to do what you tell newport. Talks about his deep work and that deep focus of okay. What does the task any to work on all right. I'm gonna work that. I'm gonna put everything else aside. I'm gonna turn my phone turn on silent close out of email and just work on whatever any work on when they do that they get it done and the strong leaders in my opinion and you know this is my opinion are the ones that obviously show empathy and make sure that their employees have everything that they need to do their job. Well because we we should want our partners and boys whatever describe the people that work in your organization you want them to be successful because if they're successful than the products and services that you generate for your clients or customers will be better which means the want it. They'll buy.

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"alain" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:56 min | 11 months ago

"alain" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"And so it starts with understanding that leadership is a relationship between two human beings and what can you do to make sure it is the best possible relationship out there. One of the things that jumped out at me in the book is your focus on empathy. And that is something that i've had in my life I think by parents and grandparents and my great grandparents and generations and in the work that they did with people in the different types of things that they did to serve people in a lot of work in a variety of different roles. And but it's something that you carry through and it was something that has helped me throughout my career in being able to not necessarily understand what somebody's going through but to have empathy of whatever challenges or struggles that they are facing whether it's in their personal life or in their professional life that i can. I understand okay. What can we do together to figure this out what you know. I'm an open book. I'm willing to try anything open seas as far as my opportunities are concerned. It's like okay. You know it's clean slate. We can do whatever we want. But empathy is such a strong component of you know the relationship between leadership and the employees Just few minutes ago as preparing a cnbc on a starbucks ceo is on there and he referred to the employees of starbucks has partners and we've heard different terminology for employees at all that but for some reason that when caught me. Because i'd never heard which is kinda surprising. Because i you know my my nineteen year. Old daughter definitely knows all about starbuck. She. she's a frequent flyer there but it's the end of the day. It's like partner. That's an interesting way to describe it. And when organizations have their employees in leadership working in a partnership to collaborate together those organizations in my opinion love to hear your thoughts on this too is those organizations that are navigating through these challenging times. A bit easier than everybody else. Not seeing that. It isn't difficult. But because they're working together in unison. Things they're probably not going service when he challenges as somebody that has been very siloed. Here's this hierarchy of Leaders and managers and employees and neverthe- to pass shawcross type of thing so i'd love to hear your thoughts on that. Sure you bring up a couple of really good points year. One michael about the sense of that your sense of empathy. And he's like hey. I'm an open book you know i'm clear on opening. I want to hear what you have say. You being willing to admit that to an employee someone you're leading or puts.

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"alain" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"alain" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Thirty pounds and this is the guy who played the role model out one. This is picture taken inside the prison. Who rented of air for about to show the part inside. The prison in thailand and people will have salacious details in there and like i said boy all dead. People are skeptical. Say this disconnect beat through my website at the elliott venus. Is there 'cause all the documents that were us official documents court documents or all uploaded on my website. People can read them and do whatever they want with them they can though them they can record india and do whatever they want and you will see that. I'm not making it up. Just let's the stock. And that's all i'm saying i appreciate it out. Folks river that that is a lane is like sir laurence olivier eight eighty eight. I n o l i. V e r dot c. a. canada. And you'll find a several times myself. I haven't had time to really peruse that. But the i started the book myself. But it's it's really well. Written book is ready for me from the website. There is a a beige word that can communicate with me and dickinson me. Els that will come straight in my box here at my computer so now and i can testify that because that rice. All the booby. I just google your name. And then i found your website and then i use your contact person and contact feature. Before the days of was out or the next day you reap. I'll be right back so have questions. Pretty quick on that adjust. Shake your name first. You until i i did say snake myself. I read your name a of. I doubt this was a real pleasure. Talking team that you're doing and l. pigmeat through that to get the truth out therein to invite people to in my book and for people who need a little lesson of courage and resilience during the pandemic rian my book. You'll you'll see that you'll be able to accomplish pretty much anything after that i guarantee you. There's a loss be. I read low. Bit las vegas nevada and it's called the story lhasa free at you are a stoic. Mike read you've got to accept. It's another say the program allowed doing septic zander all my trouble. You got acceptance. That's what they help you get you through. I saying okay. I think about my circumstances right now. You had a mission you start helping people and that's what got you through. It seemed to me like other. Believe in being good to others and being kind to others after whatev- being true obscene people dying everyday for eight and a half years. Whatever it was or does that was murder or people being sick and means you live in an environment that you just cannot stand by and stare at all this without doing anything nothing. I got that from my mom. And thank store for abkhaz. She's been my guess she's been my instill today. I'm sure she's still looking over. Means just like my old man though. I understand okay. Thanks alike calculator. Get in touch with me. Oh be talking to you. 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"alain" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"alain" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Show me that. If i wasn't shutting up that do with jets fucking do it themselves with that type. I told myself you guys are going to sweat it up until we get back home. It took like seventy four hours to come back as we add. Stop in japan and vancouver and everything and never let them get any sleep would ask them to go to the toilet. Every twenty minutes. And i told him i had to take has already had to take real. One actually was ringing coffee one after the other who was up and check that when i got to the prison here as i walked out of the plane year we learned a tarmac ended. Just went down and i kissed the this. Fuck him all out. I'm gonna make it out and monday. Took me up the prison. I ended up at saito planned in that regard in charge of the reception of air for a new prisoners. He says hi smiley long time. No see so. I looked at it. See at all the what the fuck you're talking about. I've never been ear. He says. I don't like to me says i never forget a face. You were a year from dad parade per dance year and your birds of data is devon devon data said. Yes but as ever been here as says you better go to your mortgage you have their own guy and says we'll see your tattoos. I don't have any tattoos. When i pulled up my shirt when i got back from dera was training six hours seven days a week i had. I was eating tough food ever. I was fifteen pounds. Bigger than i am right now and they could see avenue tattoos and the started to tell me. Why didn't you tell us that. You don avenue criminal record say four was. You told me to shut up before leaving the prison to ask me. This is year to date realized that they had the wrong guy. The first thing i did was to call my old dad. My mom passed away just few months before i came back pulls published his book that was called gut instinct chapter of deception. Call my mom to tailor that seattle the evidence proving that i was innocent and the commission and cover up d all story because it was too critical of siham. Be my momma been learning that she had been my beacon for all those years she knew dat oath was the most they feed themselves with hope to get by ever they and my man. She's being there for. She was reading me all the time and she was keeping open. Live in me. That i would make it back in when she find out that i was innocent a week after she passed away and she asked me before dying. She wrote me a birdie card and she asked me to finish with ad started. She said she was innocent. She kissed the card and she died in my high learn when she passed away. In fact i was sleeping in myself. And i woke up. I felt like taking off the ground. And i told everyone in my cell listen. My mother died and wanted to believe me and i started punching walls. Concrete roles in blood was pissing everywhere and conduct those broken. And i said teddy you. My mom is dead and it's like three weeks later. I got a note from the embassy and for me at my mom passed away on number thirty and data our say the time that i was taken out of my slobber and bad was hard i stopped doing orion inside the prison as well when i came out from the old in ninety two decided that had a reason to live and this is when i stopped using over there and i ended up working as a doctor in my section. I got the screw built for al. The prisoners inside my section to couldn't even write their names and was very active in a sense that i knew that the small things that could do to make people or even more diminished and meet people who had nothing startled party for many people. They don't have anything in our strange held them specify could in. I was feeding on dat kosinski. Dad put chains on me open. Mayor s i stopped believing in god. Pretty much as i said. No we're gonna be a god will allow anyone to have people change light. That and i believe in the process of living may spirituality inouye death every small things i do is small good actions that i give the smile dispute pull are given. The meany in return is all i need to to make it true and i fed myself with that. Do by mom was sending me in every little thing i was doing inside the prison to try to l. the ties in the people or the most destitute over there. This is what helped me to make it through the trade. The reading and in canada here. I i call erica. Put my arrival in. Espn what i would do. And i told him going after. Dr cnbc and the guinean government. I ended up filing a lawsuit against them for forty seven million dollars or is that stand right. Now we're fair. That odds is telling gordon process. No as it is. The court declared third by case was prescribed at the had the legal duty to file suit while i was in prison inside the type present at twelve thousand miles away from home had the no way to communicate with an attorney and everything ear. The court said added an attorney. Who tried to help me out to get me back home that that could how was able to file suit and you need money to file suit. I couldn't even have a discussion with an attorney. Everything had to be dubbed through mail and the letters sometime with take three or four months to come in some type six months by lunchtime with received christmas card in june and dev's united because my mail was candy was intercept intercepted in judge. Four to court just to say that mike case was prescribed at add to suit when i wasn't tight prison based totally nonsense. No said wish ever where you want and more than that. Descend the murder scenario. Doreen award at ten percent reward threats. That doesn't count. 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"alain" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"alain" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Yeah he showed a roll of gaffer's tape duct tape to show me that. If i wasn't shutting up that do with jets fucking do it themselves with that type. I told myself you guys are going to sweat it up until we get back home. It took like seventy four hours to come back as we add. Stop in japan and vancouver and everything and never let them get any sleep would ask them to go to the toilet. Every twenty minutes. And i told him i had to take has already had to take real. One actually was ringing coffee one after the other who was up and check that when i got to the prison here as i walked out of the plane year we learned a tarmac ended. Just went down and i kissed the this. Fuck him all out. I'm gonna make it out and monday. Took me up the prison. I ended up at saito planned in that regard in charge of the reception of air for a new prisoners. He says hi smiley long time. No see so. I looked at it. See at all the what the fuck you're talking about. I've never been ear. He says. I don't like to me says i never forget a face. You were a year from dad parade per dance year and your birds of data is devon devon data said. Yes but as ever been here as says you better go to your mortgage you have their own guy and says we'll see your tattoos. I don't have any tattoos. When i pulled up my shirt when i got back from dera was training six hours seven days a week i had. I was eating tough food ever. I was fifteen pounds. Bigger than i am right now and they could see avenue tattoos and the started to tell me. Why didn't you tell us that. You don avenue criminal record say four was. You told me to shut up before leaving the prison to ask me. This is year to date realized that they had the wrong guy. The first thing i did was to call my old dad. My mom passed away just few months before i came back pulls published his book that was called gut instinct chapter of deception. Call my mom to tailor that seattle the evidence proving that i was innocent and the commission and cover up d all story because it was too critical of siham. Be my momma been learning that she had been my beacon for all those years she knew dat oath was the most they feed themselves with hope to get by ever they and my man. She's being there for. She was reading me all the time and she was keeping open. Live in me. That i would make it back in when she find out that i was innocent a week after she passed away and she asked me before dying. She wrote me a birdie card and she asked me to finish with ad started. She said she was innocent. She kissed the card and she died in my high learn when she passed away. In fact i was sleeping in myself. And i woke up. I felt like taking off the ground. And i told everyone in my cell listen. My mother died and wanted to believe me and i started punching walls. Concrete roles in blood was pissing everywhere and conduct those broken. And i said teddy you. My mom is dead and it's like three weeks later. I got a note from the embassy and for me at my mom passed away on number thirty and data our say the time that i was taken out of my slobber and bad was hard i stopped doing orion inside the prison as well when i came out from the old in ninety two decided that had a reason to live and this is when i stopped using over there and i ended up working as a doctor in my section. I got the screw built for al. The prisoners inside my section to couldn't even write their names and was very active in a sense that i knew that the small things that could do to make people or even more diminished and meet people who had nothing startled party for many people. They don't have anything in our strange held them specify could in. I was feeding on dat kosinski. Dad put chains on me open. Mayor s i stopped believing in god. Pretty much as i said. No we're gonna be a god will allow anyone to have people change light. That and i believe in the process of living may spirituality inouye death every small things i do is small good actions that i give the smile dispute pull are given. The meany in return is all i need to to make it true and i fed myself with that. Do by mom was sending me in every little thing i was doing inside the prison to try to l. the ties in the people or the most destitute over there. This is what helped me to make it through the trade. The reading and in canada here. I i call erica. Put my arrival in. Espn what i would do. And i told him going after. Dr cnbc and the guinean government. I ended up filing a lawsuit against them for forty seven million dollars or is that stand right. Now we're fair. That odds is telling gordon process. No as it is. The court declared third by case was prescribed at the had the legal duty to file suit while i was in prison inside the type present at twelve thousand miles away from home had the no way to communicate with an attorney and everything ear. The court said added an attorney. Who tried to help me out to get me back home that that could how was able to file suit and you need money to file suit. I couldn't even have a discussion with an attorney. Everything had to be dubbed through mail and the letters sometime with take three or four months to come in some type six months by lunchtime with received christmas card in june and dev's united because my mail was candy was intercept intercepted in judge. Four to court just to say that mike case was prescribed at add to suit when i wasn't tight prison based totally nonsense. No said wish ever where you want and more than that. Descend the murder scenario. Doreen award at ten percent reward threats. That doesn't count. 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"alain" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"alain" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You says allen you cannot wear out to go back to get changed. Have you changed and has the canadian yard after another could see. They were little bit a hangover and ask them if dad spent the all night over bad. Ponder red light districts in a lot of them told me to shut up and yeah he showed a roll of gaffer's tape duct tape to show me that. If i wasn't shutting up that do with jets fucking do it themselves with that type. I told myself you guys are going to sweat it up until we get back home. It took like seventy four hours to come back as we add. Stop in japan and vancouver and everything and never let them get any sleep would ask them to go to the toilet. Every twenty minutes. And i told him i had to take has already had to take real. One actually was ringing coffee one after the other who was up and check that when i got to the prison here as i walked out of the plane year we learned a tarmac ended. Just went down and i kissed the this. Fuck him all out. I'm gonna make it out and monday. Took me up the prison. I ended up at saito planned in that regard in charge of the reception of air for a new prisoners. He says hi smiley long time. No see so. I looked at it. See at all the what the fuck you're talking about. I've never been ear. He says. I don't like to me says i never forget a face. You were a year from dad parade per dance year and your birds of data is devon devon data said. Yes but as ever been here as says you better go to your mortgage you have their own guy and says we'll see your tattoos. I don't have any tattoos. When i pulled up my shirt when i got back from dera was training six hours seven days a week i had. I was eating tough food ever. I was fifteen pounds. Bigger than i am right now and they could see avenue tattoos and the started to tell me. Why didn't you tell us that. You don avenue criminal record say four was. You told me to shut up before leaving the prison to ask me. This is year to date realized that they had the wrong guy. The first thing i did was to call my old dad. My mom passed away just few months before i came back pulls published his book that was called gut instinct chapter of deception. Call my mom to tailor that seattle the evidence proving that i was innocent and the commission and cover up d all story because it was too critical of siham. Be my momma been learning that she had been my beacon for all those years she knew dat oath was the most they feed themselves with hope to get by ever they and my man. She's being there for. She was reading me all the time and she was keeping open. Live in me. That i would make it back in when she find out that i was innocent a week after she passed away and she asked me before dying. She wrote me a birdie card and she asked me to finish with ad started. She said she was innocent. She kissed the card and she died in my high learn when she passed away. In fact i was sleeping in myself. And i woke up. I felt like taking off the ground. And i told everyone in my cell listen. My mother died and wanted to believe me and i started punching walls. Concrete roles in blood was pissing everywhere and conduct those broken. And i said teddy you. My mom is dead and it's like three weeks later. I got a note from the embassy and for me at my mom passed away on number thirty and data our say the time that i was taken out of my slobber and bad was hard i stopped doing orion inside the prison as well when i came out from the old in ninety two decided that had a reason to live and this is when i stopped using over there and i ended up working as a doctor in my section. I got the screw built for al. The prisoners inside my section to couldn't even write their names and was very active in a sense that i knew that the small things that could do to make people or even more diminished and meet people who had nothing startled party for many people. They don't have anything in our strange held them specify could in. I was feeding on dat kosinski. Dad put chains on me open. Mayor s i stopped believing in god. Pretty much as i said. No we're gonna be a god will allow anyone to have people change light. That and i believe in the process of living may spirituality inouye death every small things i do is small good actions that i give the smile dispute pull are given. The meany in return is all i need to to make it true and i fed myself with that. Do by mom was sending me in every little thing i was doing inside the prison to try to l. the ties in the people or the most destitute over there. This is what helped me to make it through the trade. The reading and in canada here. I i call erica. Put my arrival in. Espn what i would do. And i told him going after. Dr cnbc and the guinean government. I ended up filing a lawsuit against them for forty seven million dollars or is that stand right. Now we're fair. That odds is telling gordon process. No as it is. The court declared third by case was prescribed at the had the legal duty to file suit while i was in prison inside the type present at twelve thousand miles away from home had the no way to communicate with an attorney and everything ear. The court said added an attorney. Who tried to help me out to get me back home that that could how was able to file suit and you need money to file suit. I couldn't even have a discussion with an attorney. Everything had to be dubbed through mail and the letters sometime with take three or four months to come in some type six months by lunchtime with received christmas card in june and dev's united because my mail was candy was intercept intercepted in judge. Four to court just to say that mike case was prescribed at add to suit when i wasn't tight prison based totally nonsense. No said wish ever where you want and more than that. Descend the murder scenario. Doreen award at ten percent reward threats. That doesn't count. And that was good for the air. Cnbc to act. Glenn berry was there is based civile. Agent doesn't even show year in.

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A Conversation With Author, Alain de Botton

On Being with Krista Tippett

05:54 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation With Author, Alain de Botton

"Hello hi krista honor. U2 it's great to speak with you again. I don't know if you remember our conversation in my life. Excellent i'm glad to hear that I'm very happy to have you at the other end of the micr conversation again. I'm so pleased. And i've loved following what you're doing with the school of life. I'm actually speaking at the school of life in australia this summer. All you great. I hear fuel you. It's making such a mark. And i'm really grateful actually for what you're doing about to say. Nice thank lisa these days in your republic. Indeed they are and you're swell you make us now look like a site you know i know but i you know i think Well actually i. Let's talk. Let's start talking on the air because i'm afraid we might venture territory that maybe we shouldn't but anyway well i'm ready when you are okay. All right no. I just i i actually don't i don't think it's completely unrelated to what we're speaking in terms of in terms of you know human dynamics purely human diagnose under surface which is on the political surface looking pretending to be something else. That's very interesting. Is this going out Soon or in a long time. We'll just kind of sense of times this one. We are planning to turnaround turnaround critic quickly. Think now i'm just looking behind the glass. I think we're doing it for valentine's day. Goodness okay that makes yeah so very soon. Okay right now. So we're excited now. Just give me a sense of you know how topical or not to be. Yeah well you know we. We try to do everything Return to step back from you. Know what is just merely momentary anyway so Let's have a big conversation you know. Don't worry one much too much. All these things you know these these are gonna be with us for a while to well. That's true but but people get fed up and it's good to give them company. Yeah well what happened. That's what you do so well thank you. I mean what happened. Twenty minutes ago is going to be covered in a million ways. And and yeah. We'd people want people. I mean that's what you're working at two elevating And also deepening Okay so chris good all right great. Then let's just. Let's just digging so so. We did speak a few years ago but on a on a very different topic and i'm Really Excited to be speaking you with you about this subject which is So close to every life. And i you know as i as i've prepared for this i just have realized that you've actually i mean i knew that you'd written the novel on love a long time ago. But you've really been consistently attending to this subject and building your thoughts on it in your body of work on. It was really interesting to me. I mean you wrote on love at the age of twenty three Which is so young. And you're already thinking about this. So deeply i mean. There's i think this is the first line. Every fall into love involves the triumph of hope over in homage. So just kind of curious as we start about You know always. I was start my conversations. Whatever talking about about talking with the background of someone's childhood and you know you you've you have spoken and written about your childhood is one that had a emotional deprivation and there was a lot of trauma actually in exile in your in your parents lives. But how do you you know. What would you say about in the background of your life. You know you learned and internalized about love and marriage which made this at such a young age such a deep subject for you. I think that's one of the things that parents nice parents try to keep from that children is that life is in many ways. Bleak lonely and Brief and i think these are the sort of horrific truths that children are. Shielded from what we call a difficult childhood. Is i think one in which for whatever reason Some of these adult insights come a little bit too early. Perhaps when one's not ready. Then i think that anyone who's had that sort of childhood will react with in some way They will be an element of needing to go back and redeem something atoned for something Patch something up and for me. You know i became a writer. I think in order to try and understand emotional life in a way that when i was a child emotional motions Tub to me. And i think that you know when people say why did you become a writer and intellectual etc Can almost just have a very basic on. So which is it was a way of coping. i'm one of those people and you know there are many of us out there right when something goes wrong Was the first thing they want to do. They want to be alone. Probably with some paper and a pen and write stuff down and they may not even want have any aspirations to publish anything. It's just the most soothing calming redeeming thing you can do. And that for me. Was the origin of writing long before they were was such. A book publisher. There was the need to write because writing was consoling calming by interpreting emotions. I got a handle on them. And they seemed less threatening less Alienating that's hurtful

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Patriots at Dolphins: Times are changing and this stat proves it

Patriots Beat

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Patriots at Dolphins: Times are changing and this stat proves it

"I thought it was crazy that the past thirteen dolphin matchups dolphin Pat's match up before this one the Patriots were the favorites. That streak is ending this week that the Dolphins are two point favorites. In fact, it's 33 the past 34 think about how crazy that is. And the only time that that wasn't a dolphin's wage favorites before before this week with in 2013. If you remember the Dolphins went 2420 with safety Michael Thomas five days after being signed off the 49ers practice squad intercept Tom Brady in the end zone to seal the win. So that's one of the things I wrote about 2 in the channels are facing a Bill Belichick defense or again. Everything and anything about the Dolphins this week and about this matchup will be on on the website all dolphins on the SI Network. I absolutely believe that and that's why I had Al-Anon because I knew he would deliver the goods and I really appreciate it now and then in terms of the Patriots not being favored in this game. It's a disappointing as a fan but it's obviously, you know justifiable as somebody in an objective Observer and did this game and it's interesting times here in New England to say the least. This is I think even maybe even worth and then some people expected it's even better than other people expected with you know, the year after Tom Brady, so it's kind of following exactly where I think it should fall, you know, when you lose a quarterback of that caliber and you kind of get the reset button on your

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Patriots at Dolphins: Alain Poupart breaks down Miami's running game

Patriots Beat

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Patriots at Dolphins: Alain Poupart breaks down Miami's running game

"The Houston was really the only team I would say that actually through on the Patriots effectively this year and DeShaun Watson besides Russell Wilson all the way back in week two thousand. I am curious, you know, the Dolphins do they have a running game. Do you think that they can do that with because I don't see it, but I don't want to I don't want to be biased over here. Either way. I mean, there are 30 second in the league in rushing yards per attempt. They were missing their top three rushing leaders last Sunday against the Chiefs. What's a be perfectly blunt? None of them are impact players Matt breida came off the covid-19. Wednesday obviously he'll be back. When he hasn't made much of an impact after coming over from the 49ers in the in the trade Myles Gaskin is on the Cove in list and he's a nice story as a second-year seventh-round pick who laughs basically got a cup of coffee in terms of playing time this year and he basically became their feature back and he's got some ability. But in a in an Ideal World Cup gasket is your backup is now your future back in this is what the Dolphins are dealing with our offensive line. Also a good story much better than was last year. They're starting three rookies with Austin Jackson am handsome in kinloch. but when you start three rookies pretty much ninety-nine percent of the time you're going to go through some growing pains and their offensive line while again exponentially better than what last year is still not great. Let's say it's worked in like but they're not a whole lot of big old being open in the running game and you don't have running backs off will make a lot of things happen on their own. So there's a reason again there there are thirty-second in the NFL in rushing yards per attempt and complicating matters. This week is they have injury issue is that wide receiver position where they also have a lot of players but not a whole lot of impact players. So you mentioned might get sick you earlier I believe and now he's got a shoulder injury where we can't get any Clarity from Ryan Flores as to his status for this week. It's all we'll see is working on all that. But if you saw the injury really really hard to Envision him playing cards Devante Port Parker pulled a hamstring or had a hamstring injury against the Chiefs you came out in the first app did not return. He practiced on a limited basis Wednesday, so hopefully play it but then if he plays this carrying a hamstring injury. And then so who else do you have left after that now you're looking at your team Grant who is more of a return specialist and and then their shuttle pass receiver gadget Play type of player on offense. He's also got a hamstring injury that knocked him out of Chiefs game. And then the rest of the wide receiver Corps is rookie limbo Junior who played multiple positions at Kentucky. You have a Mack Hollins who want to sign as a special-teams standout, which he is. He's very going to special teams but more so than the receiver and then you have one of the guys being talked up being able to make a major contribution as Isaiah Ford who you may remember from his three weeks with the Patriots after the acquired immune to trade in his office. I knew he was he didn't play it down for the Patriots. I knew how long is not going to last year when he got up here and he said it is freezing. I need a winter coat, you know, what am I going to do? And I just said look, I'm sure he's a fine football player. I'm sure he could make an impact on the team that needs wide receiver help but this guy does not seem like he wants to be in New England right now. Well, no, but he plays at Virginia Tech. So I'm so he's not like dead. He's from Jacksonville plant in Virginia tag, so it's not like he's not he's never been the call before and the thing about Isaiah Ford and then it was often friends are thinking. Well, Isaiah Ford is going to come and rescue the the passing game and that like life. He's a really really really nice good. And he might be in the league for ten years because he's got a great attitude. He works hard doesn't see anything. He's not an impact player. And right now this is what they have their wide receiver Corps. If she doesn't play they have nobody who's going to really scare the Patriots defense and if you you throughout the city also doesn't play. I mean who makes things happen on this office on Sunday? So that that's a big

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"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

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"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"alain" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"The one eyed us breaking code rush omen coca were not sci-fi talk papa. Typical behavior effects. What's it like care for you both to kind of act two things that aren't there. Well you know sometimes you have an experience anyway like gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion long and prosper. I today on scifi talk. I have the lane move. See who is in a new scifi fantasy film that combines martial arts to call jujitsu welcome. It's great to talk to you about this. Thank you very much having now. Dare you obviously have a background as a stunt person. So i would think you do a lot of arts in this movie i do. I did it all the way through from beginning. Then now dimitri was your producer of kickboxer retaliation. So did he have you in mind for this particular film. Yes he did yes he after kickboxer retaliation We were planning to do. The third cakewalks are kickboxer armageddon. And as we were slowly getting into that He he told me like. Hey i have an idea for this cool martial arts sci-fi going to call it ju jitsu okay l. Give you two weeks after two weeks. It comes back with this concept. And i was like. Wow this is so cool us and then it went from there so tell us a little bit about You know you play jake so tell us a little bit about jake and what he's up against. I yeah i play jay chou's part of a of a group of jihadi fighters who face this alien being every six years and Yeah it's it's this thing where they did this Fighters Is meant to get together and then challenge this This alien being it's been happening for thousands of years it's like they're coming from this order of jitsu fighters i if you wanna call it that..

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Find the Helpers with Fred Guttenberg

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:26 min | 1 year ago

Find the Helpers with Fred Guttenberg

"Hi My friend Fred I love you so much. Can you start please by reminding listeners of your story briefly tell us about who you were before Jamie was murdered and who you've become after. Was Murdered? It was just nothing more than your. Typical Dan of two kids to teach kids as a husband. Suburban lifestyle now. This week, that's the lifestyle community that was known to be super. And secure I also was rubber at a son. Who's going through the loss of mine? Her brother Michael From cancer related to service and. He died in October two, thousand seventeen. I want to thank Mr Collins Mr Naylor putting this together. But as I sit her today, I can't help but think. What an incredible metaphor. This room is. For the entire process. That getting healthcare and benefits for nine eleven. First responders has come to. ME. A filled room. Of nine eleven first responders. And in front of me. A, nearly empty congress. So, my wife took A. Forty. Two, thousand, eighteen. Months after my family's call to the loss of micro and as a family, we've never been through anything wiped out before this kind of significant loss we were fortunate. We just all were managing to live our lives and my brother's loss was the first. My parents had outlived their son and that's the worst thing that happened to her family. Right. It should have been the most overwhelming family ever experienced except four months. Later, my daughter was hard because I sent her to school I to school at fourteen to learn to be safe to laugh to be excited about coming home on Valentine's Day for the plan. I had set for life family and didn't work out that way shooter came into school at day my slide Jesse. Thank God I still get to. But J visitor cemetery and. As only, this kind of thing had harrison was the outlet. Grandparents should alain grandchildren. It. Stops inning for me and really understood the gravity of what happened. I went into this whole new life. I don't have the same life I had before and my wife actually became depended upon me. But upon the amazing people who I got to surround myself with WHO became a part of my life or who were already a if my life and I would emission and we're going to succeed we're going to change the. Politics of country we're going to pass on safety after November third every time I hear you till the story I feel like there is something a little bit more grounded in the way in which you tell your story, and I'm wondering if it is because you had this time to write this book and really reflect you've got a book coming called find the Helpers and before we get into that I, want to note The huge amount of praise. This book is already getting new have blurbs from members of Congress actors, activists, people from across the social and political spectrum, and they're all raving about it and I don't think in my life. I've seen such hype about a book even before it is released. So what do you think it is what do you think it is about finding the helpers that makes it so universally loved and also. Tell me about the process of writing it, and if it was Cathartic for you because I think we hear. So often people that tell stories an especially stories that are so close to your being your heart people always say you know it was Cathartic and it was their -Peutic for me to write. This is that how you felt writing it such a great question because this was not the case before Jamie was killed. Afterwards. Writing became my therapy in started doing social media. You know I became very prolific on twitter and I considered people twitter became force. My way of getting things out of me and those book just took to another level being able to sit down and think about all of the relationships what they meant to me about my daughter and what hurt lost means to me and others, and what my book really got to think about is people in a very different way because you hear the same things I hear people sock opticians, sock media. And I writing my book and I couldn't come to that conclusion any of these

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Guest Teacher  Alain Hunkins  How to Increase Your Impact and Influence by Building Your Credibility

The $100 MBA Show

09:47 min | 1 year ago

Guest Teacher Alain Hunkins How to Increase Your Impact and Influence by Building Your Credibility

"Today's guest teacher. Huggins is the author of cracking the leadership code, three secrets that building strong leaders if you want to get the first chapter for free, hang onto the end of the episode, Show you how you can get it on the sought after trainer Speaker, consultant, and coach for over twenty years. He's worked with big brands like Walmart Pfizer, City Group General Electric IBM? GM. State Farm Insurance Microsoft and more and today. He's GonNa break down how to build your credibility, your authority with your team with your actual clients with anybody who work with some simple steps you can take. This is especially important for new to this if you are. are dealing with new clients or you have new teams joining your team. The first thing everybody's thinking about when they meet you is, is this person? The real deal? Can I trust them? Will they deliver? Are they the leader I'm looking for? Is this the business or client I want to work with and that all boils down to are you credible? Let's make sure the answer is, yes. So I'm GONNA pass it onto onto, teach you today's guest teacher lesson, but I'll be back to rabbit today's episode and share with you that linked to get the free, first chapter of allowance book cracking the Leadership Code, but for now takeaway on. Hello there, my name is Alla. Pumpkins. Thank you for joining me today. Today. You how to increase your influence and impact five building your credibility. So, let's get down to business. I'd like to start by giving you thirty thousand foot high level overview of our lesson today. We'll start by looking at what credibility is. Then take a look at why it's so important, and then look at the three biggest actions you can take to build your credibility, but let's start with a story about a leader named Clint. Clint is the CO founder of a software company that's grown rapidly over the last three years. He's smart outgoing and he's great in front of customers. In fact, the sales team is nicknamed Clinton Midas because everything he touches turns to gold. However for all of Clint's strengths, he has this tragic flaw. He's consistently late for meetings ten, twenty, thirty minutes. Late is par for the course with Clinton sometimes even more. In Clint is also the master of excuses as to why he's late. He'll say, well, this customer meeting went long or this operational issue needed my time or gosh, the traffic from the airport was horrible. However is much as Clinton tries to explain and excuse his way out of it. His team is just not having it anymore. It's having an impact on engagement morale. In fact, two of Clint's direct reports have quit in the last week. And the sad truth is clint doesn't have a clue as to why and the reason because Clinton has never stopped to recognize the importance of credibility. So let's start and take a look. What exactly is credibility. Credibility comes from the Latin word credibility, which means worthy to believed. Credibility, is the main ingredient in trust and trust is the glue of human relationship. Turns out credibility shares the same etymological root as the word credit, which means alone or a thing entrusted to another. So, let's take a look at why that is so important. So if you want to influence others, you want them to do something because it's important to you. So, how did they decide if they're going to do it? Well, it's based on your relationship credit score. If you have a high credit score, you've proven yourself as a low risk, high return person and the other person is likely to help. They think you're a good investment. However, if you're a high risk low return person forget about it, they're not going to help fact is people own their own talents and skills, and they only offer them to you on loan. So having a high level of credibility or relationship credit score is your way of proving that you're worth loaning to. For people to truly follow you. They have to believe you're worth following. And how do they decide it's through your actions or is Albert Schweitzer the Nobel Prize winner. Put it. Example is not the main thing influencing others. It is the only thing. So. If you want to increase your influence and impact and others, you need to grow your credibility. To take a look at the top three things that you can do to make that happen. The first. Showing up on. Time to lesson from Clint. If I could only choose one practice to grow my credibility. I'd say show up on time you should treat your performance in this arena is a big deal. It is think about it for a moment. Timeliness is the easiest and most visible thing to measure sure either here or you're not. Fact is lateness is about much more than just a few wasted minutes. In life being on time is the most basic social contract that of presence. When you're late, your behavior sends a clear message. I have other things going on. That are more important than you are. And when you're on time, you send a clear message that you value the other person. So you to choose what's the message that you WanNa send and know that your actions speak a lot louder than your intentions. The second thing that you can do to grow your credibility is to do what you say you're GONNA do. You see when you open your mouth and promised to do something you cr- create expectations in those who are listening to you for them that promise is now this open psychological loop of tension that seeks resolution and it stays open nagging at them as they think, will they follow through or not? The fact is people crave closure. So every time you do what you say you're going to do you strengthen the connection between your words and your deeds, which is exactly what's meant by walking the talk when you walk your talk your seen as congruent and when you don't. You're not. You're out of integrity something's off, which is what Ralph Waldo Emerson Express when he said who you are speaks. So loudly, I can't hear what you're saying. See Doing. What you say you're going to do is the precise deficit of accountability. have. You ever wondered where accountability comes from. It comes from the world of accounting in finance. There's a balance sheet, there's on one side assets. The other side is liabilities and the to need to equal each other to be in account. Well, in human behavior, the two sides of your behavioral balance-sheet are what you say you're going to do. And what you actually did. And when you follow through and do what you say, you'll do the two sides balanced out and you're accountable. So a top tip around this. Do you say what you're GonNa do is write things down. Keep a written record of what you promised to do your way better off being someone who under promises and over delivers than the other way around. This means you have to be clear on your commitments and also be willing to say no from time to time. So. We've looked at our first two actions. Showing up on time doing what you say you're going to do our third one is around being consistent. This is the practice of doing what you say you're going to do not just once, but repeatedly multiple times over an extended period of time. When you start to build the deposits in that emotional bank account, your credit score goes up. The, no. One's going to throw you a party for showing up on time. However, the little things done over time compound and have a multiplier effect. As an example, take the CEO of Campbell Soup, a man called Doug. It now doug was CEO of Campbell Soup, for ten years and in his ten year period as the leader of Campbell's. Doug wrote Thirty Thousand Personal Handwritten. Thank you notes to his employees. Now, by the way over those ten years, Campbell's only had twenty thousand employees, and if you do the math, it works out to more than eight. Thank you notes per day seven days a week for ten years. Now, that's pretty incredible to me. Now, I'm not saying you need to start writing eight. Thank you know today, but I think Doug Conan's example of the power of consistently and showing how that multiplies and compounds over time is great. It's so easy in this world to think that we're too busy to do the important things. See if you WanNa know what a person values. Look at their calendar and see where they spend their time because that is the ultimate test of what you're truly valuing because ultimately, every action that you take will either strengthen or weaken your credibility and connection between. which either strengthens or weakens your influence and your impact.

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"alain" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"alain" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"What they do need to be is empathic humans that understand that for humans to perform at our best. We have to be in a mental and physical and emotional and psychological state. To be able to perform in our best, and so there are things that leaders can do that can facilitate that environment, and there are things that we can do that. Get in the way, so empathy is one of the key things that facilitates that environment to happen. I couldn't agree more in Mike. My comment or my observation about what's going on right now, and even if you're listening to this if you're listening to this two years from now I want you to reflect back because we all lived through what we're living in right now, and what I've been telling people for the last month. Is that not everyone is experiencing this pandemic in the same way? Not even close and right now is obvious. That's kind of true when we step back and think about it, so I'm hoping that what people can doing in this moment is learning to be more Pathak more empathetic than they were before and hopefully carrying that forward really. Now right like if you've got a team member who lives alone, their situation is different than someone who's living with their family, twenty, four seven and trying to teach school. Right like there's a very obvious huge difference, and they're both still trying to work, and you still have to try to help. Both of them succeed in their work that they weren't used to doing from home to start with I mean we could go. Go on and on the point is. There's kind of some obvious things there now. Fact is no one's ever in the same place. We are right, and we've got to be doing understanding where they're at to your point. Get that process piece. And as you said it was going to be I. Stay there. There's still work to be done, but we need to start there I. Love Way said that, so thank you yeah, because. As you say that we need to start there, because if we skip that step basically the central nervous system of the human brain, the way it works is that we get agitated and we can't focus on the job at hand, and what focusing on empathy first relaxes our nervous systems, so that people are freed up to be able to go Chad, it is like for example mean. There are a lot of people on your probably seeing this to who are all concerned about trying to be professional on zoom at home like when kids running around so. So, I said look dress code is Kobe casual..

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Will the Fires That Made Centralia a Ghost Town Ever Go Out?

BrainStuff

06:57 min | 2 years ago

Will the Fires That Made Centralia a Ghost Town Ever Go Out?

"The smallest municipality in Pennsylvania is Centralia a former mining community located about two hours north west of Philadelphia. Records tell US had one thousand, four, hundred and thirty five residents in the year nineteen sixty. Today fewer than ten people still live there. The US Postal. Service revoked and trailer Zip Code in two thousand two and the local portion of state route sixty one was permanently closed off nine years before that. We can't blame. The areas decline on the usual socioeconomic suspects. Its problems run deeper literally since at least nineteen sixty to a coal seam fire has been smoldering right below the town. Yes, in. The Earth has been smoking. An ash has been raining down for over fifty years. No one knows exactly how the coal fire got started, but whatever set the thing off this long lived. Blaze isn't some kind of one off luke. Naturally occurring coal deposits are called seems in the mining industry, and wherever such veins occur whole seem fires like the one under Centralia may break out and commonly do. China's three thousand mile or five thousand kilometer coal mining belt is notorious for its seemed fires a so as a town in India where fires have claimed about forty one million tons of coal since nineteen eighteen. We spoke by email with a new TMA per cash, a geologist at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She said the issue is more prevalent in areas. Where coal was extracted in the past with limited efforts to ensure that the whole left, the extraction was filled up. She explained that mines that don't provide structural support to keep ground from collapsing. Likewise risk seem fire outbreaks. Granted humans aren't always responsible. Though down in new, south Wales Australia, there's a famous coal seam that's been burning for six thousand years straight scientists think it was first ignited by an ancient brushfire or lightning strike. A coal doesn't need much encouragement to catch fire under the right circumstances, the material can actually light itself ablaze through spontaneous combustion. We also spoke by with research geologist Alain Coker. He explained the decomposition of Pyrite President in coal produces heat, and in some cases, the self heating can start the coal on fire. This is a problem even where coal is transported long distances and ships. By most accounts, Centralia great fire began at a dump near the local odd fellows cemetery on May, twenty seventh of nineteen, sixty two. This landfill was intentionally set ablaze was six volunteer firefighters, standing by. It was all part of a yearly cleanup effort by the local government. Controlled Burns were popular garbage disposal technique back then, but things didn't always go according to plan. Perhaps this fire ran deeper into the trash than anybody realized if so, it could have spread through the refuse and entered the nearest coal mine pit with no one being the wiser. Than again, be the town. Government had nothing to do with it. Some have argued that different garbage fire at the same site. A lit by an unidentified truck driver is what really sealed Centralia fate. Another less popular theory claims the coal seam fire started all the way back in the Great Depression and went unextinguished for decades before the nineteen sixties gave it a new lease on life. Regardless. The inferno made itself right at home, sweeping through mine tunnels and coal seams, flames descended as far as three hundred feet, ninety meters below the ground, sometimes nearing temperatures of one, thousand, three hundred fifty degrees, Fahrenheit or seven hundred thirty Celsius. According to an investigation in two thousand twelve has a tway's underlying. Some four hundred acres or sixty hectares of land, had been touched by the blaze at sometime or other. Coker said uncontrolled coalfires have all the potential environmental impacts of burning coal for power generation with none of the benefits in addition to emitting carbon dioxide, trace metals, such as mercury and harmful. Fine particles are emitted. Per, cash noted that methane and sulfur dioxide are also common and so distinctive that just talking about these fires virtually floods her with memories of the sent. To this day, smoke rises from the earth through fishers around Centralia. Meanwhile, the terrain has become perilously unstable over time. Her cash said these fires are dangerous as land can suddenly collapsed or sink as the fire just eats up the ground underneath such collapses can damaged houses roads. Train tracks etc.. That's why Pennsylvania closed off four thousand feet, or about one thousand two hundred meters of route sixty one back in nineteen, ninety-three subterranean pillars held up the pavement, were destroyed or weakened by the flames, making the roadway totally unsuitable for motorists. So Wilson Trail is fire ever burn out? Extinguishing so-far haven't paid off. Between nineteen sixty to nineteen eighty-two assorted government agencies spent seven million dollars fighting. This entrails a qualifier openings sealed trenches were dug, and the minds were stuffed with non-combustible. And crushed rocks, but nothing worked. Nearly all of Centralia former residents are long gone. Many took advantage of a forty two million dollar tax payer funded relocation initiative, which saw five hundred buildings destroyed. The final holdouts have been granted permission to spend the rest of their lives in the town as per eight thousand thirteen settlement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. According to the state's Department of Environmental, protection the fire might keep on raging for over a hundred years yet to come. But as bad as they can get coal seam, buyers aren't invincible. Kosh said good policies on mining safety and reclamation go a long way as preventative measure, if a fire does start taking quick action to contain it by isolating the fire, dousing the fire, cooling the area and continued monitoring to ensure that the fire does not start again are important measures. Centralia? Hellish effect made it part of the inspiration for the two thousand six horror film silent. The departure from the video game series that it was adapted from. And over the past thirty odd years town Centralia not silent hill has become an unlikely tourist destination. One former attraction was the abandoned stretch of route sixty one dubbed the graffiti highway at attracted masses of street artists who added a rainbow of cartoons and signatures to the pavement. However in two thousand twenty, the corporation that owns the undrivable road, had covered up with piles of dirt. Dissuade visitors from swinging by during the covid nineteen pandemic.

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Cracking the Leadership Code with Alain Hunkins

Dose of Leadership

04:42 min | 2 years ago

Cracking the Leadership Code with Alain Hunkins

"Hello, hello, welcome to dose of leadership so happy you're tuning in. Man. What a crazy week! It's been for me I feel like I've been out of touch with those of leadership I've been so busy with family one of my daughters. Unexpectedly, move up to Detroit so to deal with that. Then, I started flying again I actually started flying into. Believe this. Flu Can re second at the beginning of twenty twenty. And then I went on my first trip last week mid June. I'm recording this. On June twenty fifth. was a week ago I went to Inchon. China in Beijing or Inchon South Korea, and in Beijing China and then back to Dallas. Do you believe that? An implant again tomorrow ahead in the Paris of the world seemingly is coming back to normal. But it still feels weird out there I tell you it just does not seem the same. Even when I was in John, it seemed like World War Z. almost there was nobody the airport. Didn't have any passengers on the plane we were picking up. Cargo of all. Things didn't stay the night in China. Because we can't I wouldn't want to. Because of the Cova deal. But it was just weird, but it was good on one hand, but still a stark reminder of of how different things are and. It's a little uneasy and I'll be honest with you. Leadership has been attested and challenged. In the. Early. I really do think this is trying times for everybody but This is a great opportunity for leadership, and hopefully this show Dosa leadership is a great resource for you a free resource for you in your leadership journey. Where authentically we deal with leadership topics, and how all how helping you to become a better leader? That's what it's all about and I know I certainly been tested over the last two weeks. And I'm just like you and it's glad to be back in the saddle and giving you a great episode another great conversation. With Alon Hunkin 's Alana's. Spelled L. A. L., A. N., the French pronunciation, but demand. What a great guest! I really connected with him! We've been trying to get him on the show for quite some time. Even looking back to February and March and and we finally got it done. By about three or four weeks ago when I recorded this conversation and I'm excited to bring this to you this week. He's just a one of the great ones I really. Do. You think so? He's a sought after keynote speaker facilitators coach. He is a leadership expert. He's leadership junkie. It's right in. To the dose of leadership tribe. And he wrote a great book in fact, if I could write a book if I can wake up and morning, said Richard You could write any type of book that want. I think I would write. Like he did and cracking the leadership code. It's really good. It's about three secrets to building strong leaders. And he got. He has a lot of science behind e discovering the brain science behind leading people. He's got a lot of great real life leadership stories in the book and at the end of the day. The book is a practical leadership toolkit to become a better leader. That's what it's all about just like. This show is something that you can put in your arsenal in your tool kit and become a better leader. And I like what he uses to. In the tool kit as you know as with me, I got the four CS Alon has the three CS in to him. It's all about connection, communication and collaboration I love that I absolutely love that. So we deep dive into that in this conversation and we we also what I love about him. He's the first guest that I've had a near that. That references Frederick? And I do that a lot in my keynotes, and so I cannot stand Frederick. Winds Will Taylor and The idea of scientific management theory that came about, and they dusted revolution and I. Still reason why I don't like him is because of the way that he viewed people. He viewed workers as cogs in a machine and He's a mechanical engineer by trade. And he looked at these things, and anyway it Frederick was a Taylor in my opinion has created this. Cultural Rift that still is with us today, even though it's been debunked for the past sixty years that the type of scientific management theory doesn't work in the dynamic environments that we're dealing with today, it works in certain situations, but not overall and the mindset and the concepts that were brought forth from Frederick. Wendell Taylor are still we're dealing with them today in all the organizations particularly large organizations. And leadership is the solution the type of ship we talk about here on those leadership and Alon. Gets a one hundred percent, and so we deep dive into that. You're really gonNA. Enjoy that. My highly encourage you to go get his book. Cracking the leadership code again if I. Could write a book. It would be one like this it's it's that good

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Giant Pandas Finally Mate After Being Married In Catholic Ceremony

The Topical

04:03 min | 2 years ago

Giant Pandas Finally Mate After Being Married In Catholic Ceremony

"Some exciting news from Hong Kong. Conservation Center Ocean Park after refusing to engage in sexual activity for ten years due to their devout Catholic faith, the Centers Pandas Yingying and leave finally made it after officially tying knot in a traditional Catholic ceremony, the two pandas Yin Yang a male age twelve and Lee aged ten made the rare promise to each other, not to mate, until they were sanctioned as husband and wife by a Catholic priest OPR correspondent pots joins us. US Now with the latest thanks for having me Leslie Alan, there's certainly been a lot of joy around this long-awaited moment. Can you tell us a little about the pandas pressures to mates, and how their faith has played a role in this? Absolutely, the two pandas have been a couple for nearly six years, which is about as long as they've been at the conservation center conservationist have pressured them to mate to help the panda population, but due to the pandas. Pandas Devout Catholic faith the to refuse to partake in any sexual activity outside the holy bonds of marriage. It is twenty twenty. Though. Couldn't they do the deed? If they knew they were going to marry each other? Anyway, you know test the car before you drive it so to speak well many follow that line of thinking. Yes, but according to sources close to the pandas ying and Lee both feared for their souls, and the eternal damnation, they could be bringing. Bringing upon themselves if they acted on their carnal desires, they both believed that sex was meant only for the act of creating life under the holy bond of marriage. You mentioned they were facing pressures to mate. What kind exactly at first the handlers would leave them alone together for extended periods of time when they were both in heat, but according to sources being put in that tempting environment, just allowed their faith to grow stronger. Here's head conservationist Li Chen. Spent years showing them other pandas, mating pumping putative female fair moans into the males living quarters, and even tried central music at one point. We thought they were perhaps developmentally challenged, but we simply did not realize how serious maintaining chastity was to the pandas. To See, such a pious act of restraint in today's Times was remarkable, and did they ever come close to breaking their promises to God? There was some finger and mouse stuff one week, but they clearly felt guilty about it. The whole month afterward, both self flagellated long into the night, and how did park officials finally convinced them to take the plunge in tie the knot well, it had to be a real Catholic ceremony in a church done by a priest, so they needed to be transported crate. They also require the ceremony to be in Latin, but all in all. It was a beautiful service. Here's audio from the very end of the ceremony in nominate Patrice at Philly. Too To On May. The Lord's blessing be upon you I. Now pronounce you. Hand. And Panda Baby. They're really getting after it. Yeah, reports from those in attendance, said the meeting only lasted about fifteen seconds, but they're hoping it will be better when it's time to meet again next year. Well, if my parents are any indication union lay won't be happy until they have fourteen kids to dump their insecurities onto when their children are most vulnerable. Thanks for the report Alain. That's OPR's Allen pots back in a moment. I don't know about you, but that last story got me so hot and bothered. The only thing I can do now is abused myself with more news. Here's what else you need to know today. New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio is out of the hospital today. After being beaten unconscious by police last week for being out after curfew before blasios lifted the citywide curfew last weekend, NYPD officers found him out on the street shortly after nine pm on Saturday and beat him to a bloody pulp before pepper, spraying his lifeless face, the blasios reportedly regained a majority of motor functions and today thank the city's police force for beating him within an inch of his life, and his applauding them for showing the restraint and not finish him off.

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Cracking the Leadership Code | Alain Hunkins

The LEADx Show

08:39 min | 2 years ago

Cracking the Leadership Code | Alain Hunkins

"All right. Let's get to our interview today. I am speaking to somebody who's been working for over twenty years as an executive coach and as a trainer as a seminar leader with hundreds of top executives around the world fortune fifty companies all over the world very diverse background. He's written his first book. It's a gift to us. It's called cracking the leadership code cracking the leadership code. What I love about this book is that it is extremely practical. So this is an inspirational. This isn't just opinions or some academic model. This is how you break the patterns that you might have. Because he's seen it in all of these clients over the years. Our guest is Alon Hawkins. Welcome to the lead X. leadership show. Thanks so much. It's great to be here with you today. So I mentioned you know in the in the intro. You've got a brand new book cracking the Leadership Code. Congratulations why now. I decide to to put down your wisdom into a book well for me. This journey has been one of twenty three years of working with thousands of leaders around the world. And what I started doing. I was watching and I saw these patterns of behavior and both the good stuff and bad stuff and I started taking notes and the notes became stories and the stories became blog posts. The blog posts became chapters. The chapters became parts and ultimately led to this book which is really in some ways. The distillation of twenty three years of experience of really getting into the INS and outs know everyone wants to be a great leader. But what does that really mean and ultimately I think it boils down to the mindset. We have and the choices that we make and so the book is really this. Comprehensive Guide to helping people accelerate their learning curve to become a better leader. You said a couple of Actually really important things there and the first of which you you you just gave away one secret to writing a book which is don't think about writing a book thinking about writing a blog post and then another at another exact. I had a great mentor once and I and I've been thinking about writing a book. I know lots of people have. I have been thinking about writing a book for twenty years and I had a great mentor. Profoundly obviously wonderful thing he said writers right and I think the discipline of the blog and for me it became it became it was really messy at the beginning really messy and not very good but really giving myself the discipline of one post a week and then sticking to that and I did that for years and that started to develop the discipline of writing and the other thing you know you mentioned about all of the work you've done. All the clients have is seen patterns of behavior. And that's what I try to tell people like everybody wants to be a great leader. We have. We have usually the intent to be a great leader. Sometimes we have the knowledge of a great leader but its sometimes tough to see our own negative patterns or to create new habits and patterns. And that's one of the things I liked about. Your book is not only is it? I mean this is actionable. This isn't your inspirational. Climbed down the mountain leadership. Now this is like do this and keep doing it you know and look out for these pitfalls but before we get into these behaviors you say in the book that old school leadership has stopped working. So what maybe was old school leadership in? Why is it stopped working? Yes so if we think about what is old school leadership you know. I saw this great quote recently and I. I don't know who it's from. But they basically said that. Tradition is peer pressure. That comes from dead people and I just love that. Okay if we think about some of the traditions that we around leadership if we go back a few generations you know we this all started this whole idea of leading in organization started in the industrial revolution and the world was so different than and the people who are in charge of figuring this out. Were were engineers mechanical engineers. Who saw work as this mechanical problem to be solved and that's where the term human resources comes from because humans were seen as parts in a bigger machine. I mean humans. Were not your competitive advantage. The factory was and your big factory machines competitive advantage so people again back this time. Ninety five percent of people were doing manual labor and I get into all this history in the book even it in greater detail but because people were treated that way it was all about controlling and managing people and the belief was that people were not to be trusted. And so there was this cauldron of fear and control. And that's what people put up with for a really long time because part of the value proposition back then was if you're a good worker and kept your your head down and just did your job and just shut up. And you're told you have a job for life and you probably have a pension on the other end as well as we know that world has gone away and so if we look at you know today fifty. Nine percent of the workforce is Gen Y. and Gen Z. And people are craving new type of leadership because what we know that align between work and life. There's no more work life balance. It's all one thing it's your life and so people are craving work in organizations that have a clear sense of purpose and they want leaders. Who are going to connect with them at a real human empathetic level and they want people who are going to communicate with them to be authentic and they want to work on collaborative teams. Add more and more people are working in a team environment and they want transparency to be able to do that. So it's like the playbook has changed and leadership needs to catch up because the rules of the game no longer apply the old rules. Don't apply anymore and Elaine I. This is the week that I've been doing a bunch of interviews with A lot of thought leaders such as yourself and I am hearing this recurring theme. Which really shows that you know. We need to pay attention to take action on this. Yesterday I spoke to two Doug Koenig former. Ceo Campbell. Soup and big proponent of employee engagement and he was making the same point and of course he's got a few years even on us in terms of variance and sure in wisdom and he talked. He's he said you know back when it was just about you know. Industrial Revolution came. Maybe I q and some other things when it became about relationships. Then it's the the issue and he said the same thing though that now the newest generation it's about this you know this this Needing some some mission and some motivation you know from a deeper level. It's like a whole new world even beyond just like. Oh we got how to work on a team and you Sorta gave away one of the I. I'm always forgetting so. I like simple models. And and yeah. It's your book. I'm telling people you gotta read this about the three Cs and you know you hinted at them. You Know Cassian communication collaboration and in a short format. Podcast like this. We can't get to deepen anyone but let's let's touch on them and let's start with with connection and you right. That empathy is really the basis for connection. Tell us more about that sure. Yeah we get into connection. Let's let's step back for a quick moment. What is leadership leadership at? Its core is a relationship. It's a human relationship between the person who leads the person who chooses to follow and so at the core of that is got to be human connection. And that's what empathy is and my favorite definition of empathy is. Empathy is showing people that you understand them and care how they feel and on the surfaces. You hear that we can all step back and go get it makes complete sense but actually in the moment when we're all running too fast with too much to do and we're not only leading but also having to get our own projects done empathy can get short shrift and in fact in the book go through six different challenges that people face to leading with empathy. I'll just give you an example of one. One is impatient right because the fact is to really care how people feel means I need to give them my undivided attention in my presence for a while and I got so much else going on. It's really hard to do that. So I go through six different challenges and then I talk about some of the things. We can do simple actions that you can take to become more empathetic and strengthen your connection with people. An example of that is to listen with purpose is very different to listen to someone. Just okay go ahead tell me get it got it good. I hear what you're saying versus really listening with purpose to seek to deeply understand where they're coming from and their perspective because the fact is there's nothing like being heard and valued and understood that makes people feel connected right at our core. We all WanNa be seen recognized and valued so if we want to lead. We need to understand that. Is THE FAST TRACK CONNECTION?

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Leadership of 'French Oscars' resigns amid Polanski controversy

WBZ Midday News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Leadership of 'French Oscars' resigns amid Polanski controversy

"App controversy at France's equivalent to the Oscars let's go to Paris and CBS's Alain cop the entire board of the French Cesar academy has resigned following backlash over twelve nominations for a film by Roman Polanski hundreds of actors and filmmakers of cold for change in the leadership complaining that women are sidelined and criticizing the academy's president who previously suggested Polanski leads the festival jury women's groups have condemned the OCC how to me support for Polanski still wanted in the US for unlawful sex with a thirteen year old

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"alain" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"alain" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Stole his Alain block so that it slow and heavy from Burlison with KLIF traffic on the fives I'm bill Jackson I mean just brand Barton it's cloudy breezy and chilly this morning wind chills near freezing right now but we'll be clearing at forty five for the high this afternoon wins out of the north end of twenty one your twenty eight overnight sunny and cool again tomorrow with a high near fifty low thirty eight then warm up to sixty two on Saturday and seventy by Sunday I'm KLIF W. B. P. meteorologist Brad forty degrees in garland right now forty one in Irving and thirty nine and celebrate president's day with a true legend of American adventure the jeep brand discover your own adventure with amazing deals at the jeep presidents day of that right now finance you get four thousand seven hundred fifty dollars total cash allowance and the purchase of a twenty nineteen jeep renegade latitude your local jeep dealer today for this great offer during the jeep president staff at financing for well qualified buyers from Chrysler capital residency restrictions apply to delivery from dealer stock by three to twenty twenty jeep is a registered trademark sports minute shooting inclusions public safety professionals you know with the new year comes new here and it's waiting for you at your one stop shop for all your public safety and tactical the G. T. distributors come in today say hot check out the new gear from select brands that you know that you can trust like streamlight mag pull five eleven and Glock like the Glock forty four twenty two LR it's only three hundred and fifty nine dollars this is the ideal pistol the starter in Hampshire shooting experience or bring like the darkness with the streamlight TLR tactical weapon lights small in mighty would you brightness levels prefer any set up for right or left handed shooters G. to distributors they've been America's public safety professionals for forty five years and provide the highest level of products and service for our country's law enforcement community we're at twelve six ten perimeter drive in Dallas near the intersection of Shiloh and worth West highway GT distributors online at G. T. G. I. S. D. dot com new customers ten percent off your first order restrictions apply G. T. distributors how does endless hot water sound this winter sounds pretty good doesn't it enjoy endless hot showers on even the coldest days with a new tankless water heater from Benjamin Franklin plumbing if you have a water heater that is on its last leg call Benjamin Franklin plumbing to come replace it today and save a hundred dollars on a new water heater your water heater has to work the hardest when it's cold outside to replace that old water heater now and be prepared for the coming winter months don't wait for failure that flood your home to replace that water heater because it's going to be a down right Masson who needs that headache don't call a plumber that also does electrical in a C. work call the punctual plumbers of Benjamin Franklin plumbing and rest easy that.

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House passes war powers resolution condemning military action against Iran

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 2 years ago

House passes war powers resolution condemning military action against Iran

"The democratic controlled house has approved a resolution that asserts president trump must seek approval from Congress before engaging in further military action against Iran the war powers resolution however is not binding on president trump and it would not require his signature the house's approval of the war powers resolution on Iran included passionate debate and some lawmakers crossed party lines WTOP is Mitchel Miller has more from Capitol Hill we have a gentleman who gave his legs in service to this country and yet we're apologizing to the Iranians North Carolina Republican mark meadows arguing against the resolution and referring to another GOP lawmaker who put his life on the line during his military duty Republicans say the resolution under cuts the president's efforts to take decisive action against Iran but Democrats say the president's actions have raised questions about his long term strategy toward Iran Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin we should not be going to war in the name of the United States based on the word of one man to vote was largely along party lines but eight Democrats voted against the resolution including Virginia's Alain Loria three Republicans voted for it among them a strong supporter of president trump Florida's Matt Gaetz R. Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP

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John Hynes Fired as Devils Head Coach; Alain Nasreddine Takes over as Interim

Ben Shapiro

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

John Hynes Fired as Devils Head Coach; Alain Nasreddine Takes over as Interim

"Com the devil's head coach is out of a job the team fired head coach John Hynes after five years with the team devils having a rocky start to the season the team's assistant coach align Nez routine will take over as interim head coach is first games tonight

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Officials try to determine motive in Paris stabbing attack

Brett Winterble

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Officials try to determine motive in Paris stabbing attack

"News a French police union official says for police officers have died in a knife attack carried out by an administrator at the Paris police headquarters CBS news Elaine Cobb has the story armed with a knife the long time police employee carried out the stabbings in a number of locations inside Paris police headquarters he killed four people before he was shot dead his motives are unknown the attack comes a day after thousands of French police took to the streets of the capital to denounce difficult working conditions unpaid overtime and high suicide rates Alain Cobb CBS news

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Jacques Chirac, former French president, dies, aged 86

Seattle Kitchen

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Jacques Chirac, former French president, dies, aged 86

"Former French president Jacques Chirac has died I'm Elaine called in Paris the eighty six year old former president had been ill for some time he was hospitalized three years ago for a long infection and a medical report submitted to a court during an embezzlement trial eight years ago said he suffered from memory lapses Chirac was president of France for twelve years leaving office in two thousand seven since then he mostly lived a quiet private life he died peacefully surrounded by his family Alain called CBS news

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"alain" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"alain" Discussed on KCRW

"As we continue our Dr Alain Prost recounts the history of that discrimination the legacy of which we see right out our window the houses are getting bigger their yards green and you see the difference in the houses it used to be just potato fields out here but then the housing developers arrived and created new homes many of which were only sold two white families the deeds on those houses kept out going saying original owners could only resell to other white people the intention was to forever keep out black people talk about a structural impediment you can't get any more obvious than that history sets these notions in place says gross and not it's hard to shake it takes a lot to change the way people think Derek NO a comb is a senior at homestead high school I met up with her on one of the last school days of the year today I have a P. literature AP biology Yale University in the fall in a few weeks ago when she visited the campus she got talking with other students from other school districts and their experiences a little nervous to start college they have more resources that they had at their schools so kind of finding a way to kind of catch up to them when I asked her about Garden City just next door she says she's never been to their schools were spent time with any of their students they see what Holmes it is on the news are like in the newspaper but they don't actually interact with Ms distance to see that you might be thinking the same where we might do the same things that's the very point Thurgood Marshall was trying to make in that descent forty five years ago today listen Advani NPR news on island.

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Mount Everest Death Toll Reaches 10 for This Climbing Season

The Kristen Hagopian Show

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Mount Everest Death Toll Reaches 10 for This Climbing Season

"Climbers, hoping to scale Mount Everest have not been so lucky three more of them died there last week and past Everest climber. Alain Arquette says they weren't ready for the challenge, too many people that lack the experience to be on that mountain, in my opinion. People should climb another eight thousand meter mountain. The lower one before they attempt to see how her body performs altitude. He says of the ten people died fix them succumb to some form of altitude sickness.

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Illinois denies permit for concert hosted by R. Kelly over protest concerns

24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Illinois denies permit for concert hosted by R. Kelly over protest concerns

"Of wrongdoing. A new museums being unleashed New York. AP's Warren Levinson reports it's one that invites visitors to come sit and stay the American kennel club's museum of the dog which opened in New York in nineteen eighty two and decamped to the Saint Louis area. A few years later is back reopening next month in Manhattan. The museum will feature dog paintings dog sculpture, a thirty million year old dog fossil and a device that will. Show you what breed you look like one thing it won't have actual living breathing dogs. We're an office building. If we had too many that might be a little bit of the noise factor. That's mainly concerned about executive director. Alain fossil says some dogs will be brought in for special occasion exhibits. Warren Levinson, New York. Missing teen is back home. I'm Tim Maguire AP news minute thirteen year old Jamie cloths abducted last October from her Wisconsin home after her parents were killed has been reunited with relatives in Barron. Wisconsin Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says the twenty one year old Jake Paterson had no known contact with the close family before the attack. We don't believe there was a social media connection. And we're determining how he became aware of Jamie the girl escaped yesterday from the cabin where she had been held in a rural area near the town of Gordon at some sixty miles from baron Patterson as a court appearance on Monday, partial government, shutdown likely to be the longest in US history. President Trump's softens is pushed to issue an emergency declaration to take the wall funding issue out of the hands of congress the absolute right to do it. But I'm not gonna do it so fast because this is something congress should do some eight hundred thousand federal workers are affected by the

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Alain Kapatashungu Reveals The New Mission For Frontdoor

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

05:01 min | 3 years ago

Alain Kapatashungu Reveals The New Mission For Frontdoor