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"andre coley" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"andre coley" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

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So thera gun dot com slash kirk fair gun dot com slash Kirk. I was sent the story here at Some of our listeners prematurely dot com and I guarantee you that the mainstream press and B. L. INC will not be mentioning it. A black teen was shot and killed Minneapolis. His name was Andre Coley. He worked for Lacy Johnson's campaign. The Republican running to unseat the ingrate. Align Omar. For a second time. Just for a second, imagine if a black staffer working, for Eline, Omar or any Democrat was gunned down in the street. The Johnson Campaign said this quote. It is shocking unnecessary acts of violence like this. That prove why change is more needed than ever before in our community the Johnson. Campaign said in a statement. Now keep in mind this comes after the Minneapolis City Council. Voted to defend. The local police. and. Then today it was reported from the Minneapolis City Council quote residents are asking where the police said council member Jamal Osman. Noting that constituents calls to Minneapolis Police Department have gone. unanswered. Quote that is the only public safety option they have at the moment Minneapolis Police Department they rely. On, the MP and they are saying they are nowhere to be seen. It's funny how that works you define the police you demonize them. The two months later. Some people are surprised. They say we'll wear the police. When you vote Democrat. This is what you get. And crimes not gone down without the police. Andre Coley was the city's fifty nine homicide victim of the year and the ninth who is under the age of eighteen. Here's an honest question. Did his life not matter to be l. m.. Inc.. Crime is not just up is going way up in Minneapolis of course it is. We knew this was the case I said this back on a local radio program back in May as soon as I saw George Floyd. Murdered. I said countless and dozens of black people are going to die because the police are going to retreat and the Ferguson effect is going to happen Ferguson Missouri police retreat. They feel they're not welcome. Black people get slaughtered in the streets. Brandt Williams from NPR said this. While the city council members floated the idea of riddling the cities of its police department, the city has been plagued by months of higher than usual crime, violent crimes such as salts, robberies, and homicides, as well as property crimes like burglaries and auto thefts are up compared to two thousand nineteen according to the PD crime data reviewed by m P. R. More people have been killed in the city and the first nine months of this year all of last year property crimes like burglaries and auto thefts are also up incidents of arson have increased fifty five percent versus where they were last year. When you allow criminals to run free. The marginalized and the oppress in our society get hurt the most. It's not just bad for all people. It's especially bad for the marginalized. People of color who the left and B. M. says they represent. Get disproportionately affected when white liberal radical. So chaos in our society. So, far from being oppressors, the police are actually liberators. They are agents of justice. Yes. They are peace officers. Now off course police officers do foolish things and do things they shouldn't do. But. When you have no police, you have no peace. Now you see the tragedy of what happens when white liberals implement their central planning schemes and Black America the fifty nine, th homicide. This guy was just volunteering for a Republican to challenge Eland Omar and he was gunned down in the street and the mainstream press has not mentioned at all whatsoever doesn't matter to be L. Ellen. It is not a top tier. issue. If a volunteer for the Bernie Sanders campaign or for any other race was murdered in the street. Mind you if that person was murdered by police officer. Oh my goodness it would be the entire country was burnt down however Andre Coli being a black republican his life. Does not matter to be L. N.. It's an inconvenience, it doesn't fit the narrative. So now that you've seen Minneapolis defunding their police and demonize their police you're now seeing. Anyone with money leave downtown. Minneapolis. And it has turned into a mid western equivalent of Gotham city. where the strong rise to the top, whoever has the bigger gun or the bigger baseball bat win the argument and the police are nowhere to be found. Blm Inc stems from critical race theory. Beal ink is made possible when you don't teach our children history BLM and its surrogates on the Minneapolis City, council are given power when a nation does not have a shared historical or cultural identity. This is what the President confronted head-on heroically with the seventeen seventy, six commission. People ask me all the time. Charlie, what can I do take the education of your children as the most important thing in your life, teach them our values make them read biographies of the greats of our country. Dive deep into the history of America. The good. The bad. The ugly the complex and the heroic, but be unafraid to talk about the arc of a nation. That was founded in rebellion rooted and first principles bled and died over almost torn apart. And now to this day, the greatest country ever to exist in the history of the world when you don't communicate that radical insurgent movements like be l. m.. We'll take political power and try to tear our country apart from within. The future. Actually depends on us. She'll be very optimistic actually if we do our job, we win the future. If we educate if we communicate these values, we can win tomorrow. Mr President thank you. For taking decisive and bold action to get our kids to love. America. Again, you are the bodyguard of Western civilization and you showed us that exactly today fighting for the American founding up against critical race theory and also standing strong..

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"andre coley" Discussed on The LEADx Show

The LEADx Show

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"andre coley" Discussed on The LEADx Show

"It will also help with your mental health as well so What mitigating that. That neck pain by hobby not raised. Monitor okay hi to we manage our time when we are working at home very often people think. Oh you work at home. You've got lots of time but actually we can get very easily distracted. So set your agenda the night before thinking about what are the most important things that I have to get through the night before. Do first thing in the morning Write your to do list by Hans. No the reason I say this is because handwriting is a complex task and requires a lot of skills within your grade various skills and there's lots of evidence to support that actually bringing things from your mind ideas inch your mind into the physical world through a handwriting is a very different mechanism from typing on a computer and what that does by physically writing as well gives us the option to ticket off as we go and by taking things off it actually gives our dopamine abased and dopamine is a natural hormone chemical inner bodies the is there for motivation on the desire to achieve outcomes so anything like that writing these things dying taking official gives your dopamine a kick which means you want to do more structure your work in the way that you've which when you're still in the office so if you do calls in the morning if you keep to not pottering if you design stuff in the afternoon keep to that puttered our neural pathways for work are already setup to follow patterns so trying make easier for yourself in stick to not do the hard things that you have to do difficult things in the first two hours of the morning our brains are out there peak in the first two hours after you go to bait so decision making skills concentration can be optimized at that time also make sure you give yourself proper breaks twenty minutes maybe two straight to walk to breathe gates away from your computer get away from that work area mockery make yourself a coffee or tea gets water whatever that is it release the chemical Acetylcholine into our bodies which is for renewal and recovery is. It's it's a hormone that helps us to just come die so that once we're renewed in recovered we can go back into our tasks. Make sure you call can talk every day disciple time. You're going to start what time you gonNA finish. What time you break when you're gonNA take your lunch and stick to not your body likes structured. Tired off all of your distractions if you have a day lane closed in your email for short periods of time you can even Out of office into say. I'm putting out of office on night because I'm working on something. I will be back in at whatever time. Obviously people all right. I know that you're going but it's just not not structure so that you're not distracted by everything else to get work done unto feel good about what you're doing. Sustain focus can be very challenging Teaching people stuff that you know but seriously turn off the TV. Unlike she have an online business or you work in communications. Don't open social media if possible. Turn OFF ALL INCOMING MESSAGES. That are coming through on your phone. So all what's up grids and I believe I mean I'm certainly in more groups than I have ever have been before I mean sculptured. What's out grapes? Not In working colleagues. What's up groups? But they're paying all the time on my Isaac distracted and then I can't get focused. My work turn them off is not essential for you to be looking out there. Lots of time management models out there but try this one is called the fifty seven hundred fifty productivity model on. It's basically that your days broken. Dining two three blocks at time you work for fifteen minutes you take a twenty minute break and then you work for another fifty minutes. We are also doing this with our children with the home schooling that were having to do To make sure that they understand that. This is the time that we're working on here. You get this amazing twenty minute break on. White. You're having those twenty minute breaks. It means leaving your desk walking around getting coffee spending some time. Nightside if you're able to if you have a garden or standing on your balcony on just what? It takes roughly twenty five minutes to get back on task when you helping interrupted now. This is no by taking the break. This is an interruption. So sixty seconds that you might want to check your into instagram Goes from sixty seconds to actually twenty six minutes on. Of course we will get distracted particularly working with others in our whole we have children but cut yourself some slack. Give yourself a break when you're feeling I kinda focused here daughter what's happened. Just allow yourself to get through that twenty five minutes and just see what happens. See how you get through that flow okay so this is called the Eisenhower Matrix and it's a by prioritizing work again there lots of models out there but this is one that I use myself. I'm so a pep talk left box. They are out. What we'd go is the important. The urgent stuff is by breaking up all stuff the half day to do in these four quarters so top life important. Urgent the things I need to do today or Example it could be a project. Deadline approached report on team meeting. Or maybe it's an online. You're preparing for an online presentation tomorrow. You do not. I then taught writes in the blue box We've got the important but maybe not so urgent stuff so shameful some time to do that. Maybe you're planning some meetings. Maybe it's the strategy of forecasting medium creativity US next. Is the Boston left in the yellow box or the Muster Day? Kind of this is not important but it still urgent stuff. So is there someone that you can delegate that to? Maybe it's answering some of your emails. Maybe it's responding to some comments or delegating to people. I have for future projects on that. You got the Boston right in. Lorraine box which is really the stuff that you do not have to do is not important is not urgent. They says you're playing your online gains. You're checking of your social media unless that's your job. I find this helps me to really structure what I need to do. Otherwise I will also get distracted eight by doing things that I want to rather than the things that I should be doing. Okay working from home can get very lonely. Study done last year. We showing that you'll see in the bar there. Twenty two percent of people say the biggest struggle behalf working remotely is actually switching off unplugging stopping working but the second thing nineteen percent is loneliness so communicating with colleagues with other people. The world is crucial in these times and find his more crucial than any other time. Which is why all remote services such zoom so on an are really behind him on the moment. Okay you may be a manager or even if you are not monitor it could be. You could suggest to do a ten minute coal to kick off the day everyday rob the day with a ten minute. Call with your team often. If you suggest this your manager possibly hasn't even thought about it too. It's a way of connecting back in with other people. Now is the time to connect with your manager. Even more Andre Coley count colleagues even more on the advantage here is that they're all home too and they are all going through. This says the same issue. Some of them will have children choose. Some of them will be feeling. Lonely are struggling to stay focused. Thing is nobody's traveling. Nobody is saying not available in on an airline so it's actually easier to get into contact with people nights. Use it as much as possible. Communications should be face to face an instant so If you can all of the women stuff all of the zoom meetings things you can do where everybody is live on really encouraged people to show up in vision because it's the human faces that we need is the is that human contact. Not just the voices. Even these people that are used to working at home it can be very isolating. I have a fondness me but isolated my friends and my other colleagues. So what I'm going to show you in a moment is I'm so some some fun shots of me potentially hosting a meeting or being part of a meeting with colleagues. I actually have this on video. I'm very happy to share. That too is just a little fun. Little sketch of me doing some meetings. Maybe not so effectively. A name moving onto the most effective stuff that many of you may have to buy. Maybe some of you haven't because I have seen it when I have literally been in people's homes through a camera so here I am. I'm waiting for my meeting to start What I haven't done is check my backround on. I have obviously dressed this to show you what I actually seen so there have my washing in the back. Granger knows some cushions ratchet up I also have the all important stash of toilet paper in the background on. I'm drinking of what might children's monks and I haven't brushed my hair so I really haven't thought about high physically show up online on. Actually this is helping. This is where you can contains lines yourself. This is still part of your brand even though you're showing up virtually it's your Kohnic Tennessee. It's your about your ability to make those connections even though you're not physically there to really think about not cried so here we are. This is a bit of fun as well. When you're at the end of the meeting really think about high actually turned this off. I've I turned the camera off. How turned the site and off? Because this is me standing up after that meeting. My camera is still on. I've been wearing my nice race to show up at that beating with my nice jewelry on actually there. I'll go on hunting a little scratch on. I'm wearing my Jaama. Tracers suggests please be aware also when you are showing up they can buy the light on your face as well a lot of the time when I see is people sitting in front of Windows when the window is behind you face in darkness so sometimes I use a little light so I have one here. Sometimes I use that to try and help. Illuminate my face if you can actually see me. When I'm communicating eight saying or else sits in front of a window so here I am a little bit more effective on clear to uphold stuff at the back on. I pulled my hair back but why Djing there is. I'm not making any contact with you. I'm actually looking either myself. Which is what most of do or I'm looking at you because I think I'm communicating with your pitcher. But actually my ailine is taken to another place on the screen so you need to start thinking of yourself almost like a.

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