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"associate partner" Discussed on The Everyday Innovator Podcast

The Everyday Innovator Podcast

03:46 min | 4 months ago

"associate partner" Discussed on The Everyday Innovator Podcast

"Tend e welcome to the everyday. Innovators thank you really glad to be here. I'm glad to be talking with you. So i've had the pleasure of talking with a few people from strategize or you are an associate partner there. And you've had the pleasure of helping. Several companies and individuals. Right become better innovators. And you have this book that you have recently written called pirates in the navy. I tell us about the title right. Pirates and the navy. Yeah a little crazy time. I stole and rearrange. The craving steve. Jobs steve jobs said said it's better to be a pirate. Join the navy. And whether he was talking about was if idea like lost thumbs flow than startups you want entrepreneurial teams and so he really saved that you know like around the time. He was building the macintosh computer. And sort of you know like start startup team. They like planting the pirate flag. And they were like working on this breakthrough or kick -nology. We've become a really big success for apple. So you fast forward. A few decades later and innovations become really important in large relations. I mean i think the days you'd be especially post kobe's you'd be hard pressed to find a ceo that would say ovation bevan matter. We can just carry on the way we are so so i think that now with that understanding. Perhaps it's no longer you know better to be power them to join the navy maybe temple to think about holidays and i see like you create pirates in the navy. I like it so we need more pirates in organizations. I think i'll push innovation ford who are pirates right like maybe i'm a pirate and i don't know what what are characteristics of a pirate right so that's interesting. The first thing. I i have to say you know my my partner. Extradite the older. You like to say that. Innovative should not call themselves. Pirates because hired to get killed. And so i walked the plank flag. Great if they're found they walk the plank and so one of the things that we've had a conversation about very intensively and part of what informed book pirates in the navy. Is this idea that you want to be a pirate right but you want to be a specific kind of pirate and so it is not that. Want to be a pirate in the same way. Steve jobs was what you view yourself as antagonistic to your own company. Because even steve jobs with make walk the plank and then he had to leave apple and then come back. You really want to figure out a way to make entrepreneurship illegitimate pot of how your company death. So the way to do that is to really think about how you can make innovations of part of the processes in the way the company view itself. And so what really matters is is is is gonna thinking about okay so i worked launched company. I know that the world out there celebrates entrepreneurs right which behavior than attitudes from entrepreneurs are procreate for me to bring in my organization because as much as we celebrate entrepreneurs have been entrepreneurs have become heroes and everything everything we want from entrepreneurs right when you're working inside the logical isolation entrepreneurs innovative that confident they test functions really focus on the market and making sure that generate revenues. So that stuff. You wanna bring into active. But there's other things that entrepreneurs avid you don't wanna bring like you know ego brashness vanity right all competent. Oh these racist behavior is so we wanna leave those at the door because the only way to succeed. That is an entrepreneur inside the large organization. If they're really good political acumen so you need to a mixture of really great innovator plus we degrade great political acumen. That's what can make you succeeded. The pirates in the main excellent reminds me. I had a discussion few years ago with steve..

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Shady Deals at Trump Properties

All In with Chris Hayes

07:40 min | 1 year ago

Shady Deals at Trump Properties

"President surrounds himself with criminals? His campaign chair. His deputy campaign chair is former national. Security Adviser you. You get the picture and as a rule if you're a politician that kind of thing isn't generally a great move but it does offer one surprising benefit when one of those folks turns turns on you you can point to their own shading dealings and say what anyone trust this person and as the president has defenders go after Parnasse repeating the same. You can't trust him line or I don't even know him remember. We have seen this all before with the last bag. Man Who talked about President Michel Com for about a decade Cohn was the Executive Vice President Trump Organization and Donald Trump's special counsel in September of two thousand seventeen profile of him appeared in Vanity Fair entitled. Michael Cohen would take a bullet for Donald Trump. The piece points out cones extreme loyalty to the president quote cone has been described as the sixth trump child. Or as Tom Hagen in this twisted version of the Godfather and sometimes as both Michael Cohen was the president's fixer but that relationship started to fall apart in early early twenty eighteen as news leaked out of illegal hush money payments made to women ahead of presidential election by April the FBI had redid. Cohen's office and hotel room in Hatton seizing recordings electronic devices. Initially the president was supportive of his longtime attorney. Michael lawyer who. I've always liked him respected. Most most people will flip if the government lets out of trouble sorry. I don't see Michael doing that. Despite the horrible which hunt and the dishonest media but on the day after Cohen pleaded guilty to do eight federal crimes including campaign finance violations. Implicating the president directly as an unindicted co-conspirator individual one the president trashed him quote. If anyone is looking for a good lawyer I would strongly suggest that you don't retain the services of Michael Cohen burn months later. Cohen found himself before Congress delivering a warning. I did the same thing that you're doing now. For Ten years I protected Mr Trump on for ten years and I can only warn people the more people that follow. Mr Trump as I did blindly are going to suffer the same consequences suances that I'm suffering. Michael Cohen pulled back. The curtain. On trump world in two thousand eighteen and live parnasse did that last night telling us what an absolute cesspool of conflicts flicks of interest corruption and shady characters around the President United States. We'll talk about that next today. The the FBI showed up at the home of Robert F. Hide just days after the house. Intelligence Committee released text messages. Provided by indicted Giuliani associate partners in which hide appears to be representing sending himself as actively surveilling then. US Ambassador Ukraine revanche high was told NBC News. He was drunk and unserious when he sent those tax. The question you have to ask ask yourself is how did someone like Robert. Hi gain access to the United States and the answer to that was laid out by himself told Rachel maddow how easy it is to get. Close the presents inner circle just show up at the trump international hotel in Washington DC. That's how Parnasse himself met Robert. Hi You met him where I met him at the I think the trump hotel yes trump hotel. He was a regular at the bar because it was like a breeding ground that trump hotel so it every event would be there so everybody would hang out there afterwards. Everybody all the meetings would be there. So it's basically you would see the same people every day or the same congressman that supported the president would be there and nobody else so he was a fixture on site he was always there and but he was always drunk. What you got in the stands where the trump hotel it's like one a big Cesspool and there's really hard to keep any secrets for more on that Cesspool joined by independent journalists sack efforts in the last two years staking out the trump hotel and writing up what he saw in the eleven hundred Pennsylvania newsletter and an article for Vanity Fair titled Power Tripping the swamp how trump's DC hotel swallowed Washington Zach. This is your beep deep probably more than it is anyone's beaten. I'm curious how is description. Squared with what you've been reporting over the last two years it's spot on. I mean Robert Hyde was on my radar Ariza early as April e. You look at his instagram. And they were pictures of him with the president pictures of him with the vice president all sorts of important people and for him it actually transcended ended the trump hotel. I think he was at six different trump properties. But if you want to project important you can just go hang out at the hotel and take some pictures one of the things that has struck me about about this where we are right now. The impeachment is usually it is very hard to get to the present United States and and and that's for that can be really maddening for people when you're trying to if you're working in the in the staff of the White House and you want to get the president something on his agenda. It's hard to get to him This president seems remarkably easy to get to buy all kinds of people with all kinds of agendas and it seems like his properties are the nexus of this this kind of soft corruption absolutely. I spoke to the president at the trump trump hotel. I was staying there researching one of my articles in for the cost of a nice steak dinner I was able to chat with the president which mix for really good social media posts there so if you you just you know hanging out there take your pictures with your Kevin McCarthy user Mike Pence's as they go back and forth now they're usually not upfront in the bar they're usually going back and forth from the entrance way way to private rooms but see them coming and going you can collect enough pictures and you look like you're really important and then what do you do with that really important the look like you're really important. Well well I think with Robert Heidi. He's using it to run for Congress and there are certainly some other people who are running for Congress typically Republican challengers who seem to be collecting pictures of themselves to the trump hotel. But I've seen some people move from the lobby where the lesser swamp. Thing's hang out to the back rooms and I. I don't know exactly what they're doing to get back there. But looking on social media it almost looks like that they are puffing up their importance with a lot of pictures and then all of a sudden they kind of get to be important That's interesting what. What do you mean by backrooms described it because at one point apartments talking about a private dinner with the president which I think happens there in the hotel room? What is what's the sort of distinction between the the the lobby bar in the backrooms actual important power players are so there's really two tiers if you go out in the lobby? That's where you're gonNA find you not even Fox News host but like Fox News guests are going to be hanging out there. People who really wanted to be seen in need to be seen to kind of project some sort of importance but they may not actually be that important example. Corey Lewandowski is somebody. You'll see it there rudy. Giuliani was the exception to that. But it's the back rooms. It's the trump townhouse which is where if died with dined with the president. And it's the Franklin study in the Lincoln Library where they had those private events. And that's where you'll see the mingling with special interest groups that have flown in lobbyists. Anybody can see them coming back and forth though to the main entrance which is where some of these other interactions come from and is that final question here like do like my understanding from the reporting we haven't from the disclosures that special interest groups if you're trying to get a rag changed if you're trying to get a piece of legislation like they we know that's the place to go and that's where those back room meetings happen. It can't hurt. There's absolutely no downside to booking the trump hotel now. I spoke to lobbyist obvious really early on when it was clear that hotel was going to stick around. said they're going to go there to try to influence them in response was of course they are. Why wouldn't they yeah? Search efforts in who's been covering this beaten his newsletter. Thanks a

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"associate partner" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"associate partner" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"This is Dan Gelling you're listening to a I in industry we're continuing our theme this month of October on the topic of advancing your career in the era of artificial intelligence and in Santa lyrics projects on did something similar at Shell so another global firm and since as spun into the Alton world she has her own firm in a training dot and L. which is sort of an AI strategy consultancy and she's also an associate partner at Holland consulting group in the Netherlands a mural speaks with us about her experience kind of beginning in the world of banking at Advanced Analytics Building Capability Competence in the world of AI and then finding a way to use that to take the reins of exciting AI projects open up new career opportunities and now she spun out into more of the entrepreneurial world all of you were listening to the show or planning on doing that but I think most folks listening would like a I mean more compensation more opportunity more excitement for their career neural shares her story which I think is a cool one on on the show years ago when she worked at Rabobank and she's talked about how she spun that experience into new career opportunities shares how other folks can learn from her own journey I should note since Muriel was on the program years ago we now have an entire cast dedicated to banking if you haven't already gone to itunes and typed in in banking that is our show dedicated entirely artificial intelligence.

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"associate partner" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"associate partner" Discussed on KTRH

"About the Mel Tillis spots from the eighties said when Mel Tillis died in, in November, nineteen of two thousand seventeen there is a reason why water burger is so beloved in Texas. And why Mel Tillis is so beloved in country music and it's not just because of the burgers and songs. It's because they both showed incredible. Character. You know, it would be interesting to do a study if you were professor and headed crop of NBA graduate, students be interesting to do a study on. A list of value statements and to ask partisans of, of, what a burger people who eat Waterberg twice a week or more who water water burgers, not their favorite burger joint. It is their only burger joint. It would be interesting to see if you were to make a list of value statements. How many of them would say that water burger has that value without any wheel ability to know that? You know, traditional conservative Texas values, and I think part of that is they've wrapped themselves in their Texan nature. And, and so as a result of that, I think that people probably assume they have these certain values that they may or may not have berry. You're on the Michael berry show, your thoughts on the sale of water. Good. Go ahead. I it probably wasn't estate planning steel family wanted to do, but still have control over it. I don't know. You know, Warren Buffett comes in and he, he buys Dairy Queen and love the because of the ice cream and pump a lot of money NBA. He leaves the management in place. Do they know how to make I you know, guys in Chicago were smart enough, not to want to change something and at successful, just moving out around the country. I'm not sure about that there's people in San Antonio while because up to the plate, you know, they've got the wherewithal to do it, and they didn't know about what we didn't or. Didn't care to do it. I appreciate the call Barry. I don't know that they didn't know about it. It might be that they didn't have the heft to do it, that I doubt this was a small deal. And it was it was in may. Because I went back and looked at the story. It was in may that the story went out that. What a burger heading gauged I think it was Goldman. It was either Goldman Sachs or Morgan Stanley. I can't recall it was Goldman. So maybe it was Morgan Stanley. I don't know that it matters. But they had engaged one of the big boys to pursue a sale. The fact is you can't go out and find a buyer for a controlling interest in a business this big. And this often written about a lot bigger companies, you know, JMC VR, S T, R valve company, or drilling mud company, or people don't other than the Houston business journal in the various business. Journal's these things don't make it into the retail public because most people don't really care if drilling mud company sales or pipeline company sales, or vow fitting company sales rubber plant company sales, but people care about things that are where they shop, and especially, for Texans, people care about news, relating to the ownership of Waterberg. So the story was going to get out one way or another, because you've got to put, you've got to put out feelers to the types of companies that are looking. For this kind of investment, a retail operator across multiple states with a strong branded entity in huge upside. And this amount of dead in this amount, of, you know, in this in this particular space, this particular industry. So it was going to get out because somewhere along the way some, you know, associate partner or little pissing due diligence kid was going to see it come across the wire when they were going to post it on Facebook or tell their buddy or do whatever else somebody is married to somebody who's a newspaper reported. They were going to leak the story for whatever reason. The water burger folks, and the, the BT capital, folks, don't seem to have had a strategy in place ahead of time to get ahead of this. I don't know. I mean it's possible that they hoped that this story would hit the news and. Nobody notice. I'm gonna find that hard to believe or maybe, you know, look realistically,.

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"associate partner" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You was there any pushback when you told your colleagues there that this is where you were heading this is the road you're heading down for the UFO book. Yes. Okay. So yeah, that's an excellent question. You know, I call this. This thing that happens to people who are. You know, usually legitimate established professionals that decide that they're going to set your foes a lot a lot of times. What happens to them is that they they experience a lot of pushback like you say and sometimes that destroys their careers, and I call this John Mack effect because John Mack was audacious enough in the nineteen eighties. He was a research psychiatrist at Harvard, and he had won a Pulitzer prize. Fully tenured full professor, you know, seemingly untouchable, and he decides to study the population of people who are experiencers contact us. And so Harvard decide it's going to do a investigation of him and this lasts for months and months to hire an attorney to defend himself. So I call us. The John Mack affect now when I took on the the UFO topic. In my field. You know, we go up the ranks. So we're like lawyers. You know, there's the junior partner, you know, then the junior partner the associate partner than the partner, so I made partner. So I I became a full professor, and I'm I was the chair of my department and tenured. So I was well aware that this could definitely, you know. No, this could definitely impact my credibility. But at that point, I felt that we're far enough from John knack that I could do this. And I've had maybe one or two colleagues. You know, say what are you doing studying UFO's how trivial and this happened? This happened last year. Actually, I was invited to apply for the chair of Astro biology. It's a NASA and library of congress position. And I had an astronaut in several well-known people write letters of recommendation for me. So I basically asked him has NASA ever asked you work for them. And he said, no. And I said, well, they just asked me. So I I actually short with shortlisted didn't get that physician. But you know, I think that now studying.

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"associate partner" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

13:57 min | 2 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Seven twelve twenty five. Welcome back, Diana. You had mentioned among your accomplishments, academically, your your viewed as a Catholic historian and historian, the Catholic church and right before the break. You mentioned something that does also included in the book American cosmic that you had been an advisor to the movie the conjuring, and I think the the follow up movie as well. At makes me wonder, then if you are viewed by some of your colleagues as like a closet weirdo. Well, maybe maybe the math department thinks that but people in my field are used to this type of thing. So. Maybe not closet. How are you? Was there any pushback when you told your colleagues there that this is where you were heading this is the road you're heading down and for the UFO book. Yes. Okay. So yeah, that's an excellent question. You know, I call this. This thing that happens to people who are you know, usually legitimate established professionals that decide that they're going to study UFO's a lot a lot of times. What happens to them is that they experience a lot of pushback like you say and sometimes that destroys their careers, and I call this by John Mack affect because John Mack was audacious enough in the nineteen eighties. He was a research psychiatrist at Harvard, and he had won a Pulitzer prize fully tenure to professor, you know, seemingly untouchable, and he decides he's going to study the population of people who are experiencers contact us and so Harvard decides it's going to do a investigation of him and this lasts for months and months siesta. Hiring attorney to defend himself. So I call us the John McAfee now when I took on the the UFO topic in my field. You know, we go up the ranks. So we're like lawyers. You know, there's the junior partner, you know, that your your partner the associate partner in the partner, so I made partner so I became a full professor, and I'm I was the chair of my department and tenured. So I was well aware that this could definitely, you know. This could definitely impacted my credibility. But at that point, I felt that we're far enough from John MAC that I could do this. And I've had maybe one or two colleagues. You know, say what are you doing studying UFO's how trivial and this this happened last year? Actually, I was invited to apply for the chair of Astro biology. It's a NASA and library of congress position. And I had an astronaut and several well-known people write letters of recommendation for me. So I basically asked him has NASA ever asked you torture them. And he said, no. And I said, well, they just asked me. So I I actually short with shortlisted didn't get that physician. But you know, I think that now studying your phones, I mean almost fifty percent of people believe in them. I believe that this is a legitimate study. Now, I mean, of course, we have to study them we we know now and probably will learn through the project blue book on TV that there was a management at a perception. Perception management in fifty sixty seventies. Perhaps even today the topic. And you know, that a lot of that perception was that, you know, don't study this. You know, if you are legitimate researcher, this will ruin your career, and I never tell my my young students to study this topic unless they you have tenure somewhere, you know, they can study as a hobby. They can I can I can help them study it, but I won't tell them to take it on as a, you know, a field of research because you know, they have to be you have to be in a pretty secure position to do it risks for John you found out early on. And you mentioned in in the book is that this thing called the invisible college, that's the term that Jack valet is used for it that there are academe IX in Syria scientists, and and professional people who do study this. They tried to do it quietly to offset any potential downs. Side to their careers. But they're very serious the in the research. Yes. Okay. So I did I found that what I called the meta experiencers which were the scientists. She studied this. And I also found that it's shifted from when jock and Hynek created or you know, the term the invisible created that was a term that was I think Francis Bacon from his era. Basically just college of studying science, you know, basically science that he's friends, you know, be on the frontiers. And these are people who, you know. I mean, we're talking I, you know, you you put the great picture the Copernicus Kepler looking at Capriccio. These were people that could have been in the invisible college, you know, because Copernicus his book was banned. Right. So I did I found a I found a lot. But way, how did you was? I read the whole history. I read he. Gave me a copy of the invisible college at the you know, and said read this. And so I read it I read everything by him, by the way. And so yes, these college it exists, but there are different compartments. So that now, and there is a compartment that I'm basically talking about in my book, which I'm calling. I basically open it with a quote from white club, which is a movie. And that it was a cult classic in the nineties, and or maybe they're really cheap thousands. And it's basically about this this man and a person who he's a friend of and this person seems just incredible almost like a, you know, played by Brad Pitt. And this is the first rule of fight club. Is do not talk about fight club. Right. So what what I found was that this rule applied to this quote unquote, invisible. College in the invisible college that Jack was a part of that Hynek was a part is at least they could talk with each other. But I found that within this group of researchers the code do not talk about it with basically so serious that one could lease one's job. If one talked about it. So I had to I had to rethink what this was and it was no longer. The invisible college. But these were the these were the people who are making the most inroads in the study of it. And so that's why I referenced white clubs and don't talk about it. This thing that they study is this thing they cannot speak up. Let's talk about the trip out into the desert. Yes. How that came about? And was like as you're blindfolded. And what you saw when you got there. Okay. So I had met a lot of the meta extreme strangers. The people who are scientists. But can't talk about what they do. And what seem to be pretty I actually at this point. I think well, I don't take. I know. I basically told Chris blitz. You know, we would talk about these thing they say, Chris, I'm out. It's just way too weird for you know, I'm I'm a normal boring. Religious studies scholar. I've kid family. I'm not going to study this anymore. And he was sad. But he said, okay. Right. So there were scientists who were interested in my own work. And I and I thought how could they be interested in what I did until I realized that they were interested in the historical record of aerial phenomena and the people who are associated with aerial phenomena, and I had access to that. So I push people away for a long time. And I kept them on the periphery. I didn't meet them in person and one is them. Had access to a place in New Mexico that was the site alleged site of a crash in avian crash alien not Roswell though, not not Roswell. It wasn't Roswell. But it was apparently was pulled to me there were several crashes in nineteen forty seven and they all happened within New Mexico various places, and so this was one of the crash site. And this person asked me to go because he said, you know, a lot about the topic. Even though it's not you don't Holly this. You don't call it your study. But you have a lot of knowledge about it. And I'd like to take you to this place. You can have a lot more knowledge about it and put him off for about a year. And it's fine. We, you know, at at one point I said, I will go, but I will take someone with me. And because no, I'm not going blindfolded with the person know that perhaps this dubious, I don't know into the desert. To do this. No, I I have my that's like my line in the sand. And so he said, well, you know, I have to check it out who do you want to go, and okay, the first person I asked, and I think it's okay. If I I say his name and all right with it. It's just Crepeau. He's a colleague of mine. He's a professor of religious studies at Rice University. We've had a guest here is a brilliant guy. Yeah. Okay. So yes. Yes. And Jeff said, Diana. That's just a little too weird for me. And I thought you know, it is really weird. So I just met another colleague in academic who is a again at the very top of this field, his scientists at big universities, incredibly respected person. And so fascinated with the topic. And so I said, you know, what this is the kind of person that this other scientists would actually want to be so I asked and I call him. I I write about both of these people, by the way, the first one takes us to the site is Tyler and I named him master the main character in fight club. Tyler. And. The next. Yeah. Tyler during the next guy is James. And so James is the scientist, and I tell Tyler I say I'd like you take games. And he says, no, yeah. Sorry. I'm a no one else has authorized just you. And so I said, okay, I'm not going to go. And then I knew that see with Google James and find that this is the perfect person to go because of his skills, and so again, a couple of days later, UP writes packages. Okay. And so we both go James both go we get we're blindfolded in the car. Am I trust James? He's an academic. He has the same kind of academic times. Parents rule that I do I'm not yet trusting of the other man, but he's he seems you on a surface, he's incredibly accomplished and successful, and nice and charming, you know, all these things. So we do we go out there. It takes about forty five minutes after we're blindfolded to get. Into place, and we get out there. And then we take and by the way, we have to wear a lot of protective clothing because apparently there are a letter rattlesnakes out there. So we're wearing boots. We're we're in kind of parkways 'cause it's really cold. But the sun is out there. So we've got you know, we've gotta protect our skin. And so we, and we go out there, and it, you know, we take our blindfold Dawson we look around and and we do find an oh, we also have your expectations. Diana. What were you told? There's going to happen out there. Okay. So my expectations at this point. Is that are that? I'm basically interested in why these incredibly successful scientists believe this because at this point. I'm not I'm not believing it. Right. So I'm not I I don't buy it. But I I'm okay, I study all kinds of religions and people believe in all kinds of things, and I don't have to buy it in order to study it. So they know that to, you know, I'm really very open with them and say, you know, I'm writing this book, and you know, this right? Not necessarily believe. And they say, yeah. Yeah. No problem. So James and Tyler hit it off because they have a common scientific language, and we have metal detectors to find what's out there. And to tell you the truth when I took off my blindfold, and I looked around Tyler looked at me and said I kept looking at this this area. And he said does that look familiar to you? And I was like how would you know that looks familiar because I've never been here before. And I say it sure does. And he said, yeah, that's the scene in the last episode of the new X file that was like what? No. I mean, it was just the weirdest experience..

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"associate partner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:58 min | 2 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Seven twelve twenty five. Welcome back, Diana. You had mentioned among your accomplishments, academically, your your viewed as a Catholic historian story in the Catholic church. And right before the break, you mentioned something that does also included in the book American cosmic that you had been an advisor to the movie the conjuring, and I think the the follow up movie as well. It makes me wonder then if you are viewed by some of your colleagues as like a closet weirdo. Well, maybe maybe the math department thinks that but people in my field are used to this type of thing. So. Maybe not quite as it. You know? Are you was there any pushback when you told your colleagues there that this is where you were heading this is the road, you're heading down. They for the UFO book. Yes. Okay. So yeah, that's an excellent question. You know, I call this. This thing that happens to people who are and you know, usually legitimate established professionals that decide that they're going to study UFO's a lot a lot of times. What happens to them is that they experience a lot of pushback like you say and sometimes that destroys their careers, and I call this. The John Mack affect because John Mack was day enough in the nineteen eighties. He was a research psychiatrist at Harvard, and he had won a Pulitzer prize. Fully tenured, professor seemingly untouchable, and he decides to study the population of people who are experiencers contact us. And so Harvard defied it's going to do a investigation of him. And this lasts for months and months. Hiring attorney to defend himself. So I call us the John McAfee now when I took on the the UFO topic in my field. You know, we go up the ranks. So we're like lawyers. You know, there's the junior partner, you know. And then the junior partner the associate partner than the partner, so I made partner so I became a full professor, and I'm I was the chair of my department and tenured so I would well aware that this could definitely, you know. No, this could definitely impact my credibility. But at that point, I felt that we're far enough from John knack that I could do this. And I've had maybe one or two colleagues. You know, say what are you doing studying UFO's how trivial and this has this happened last year? Actually, I was invited to apply for a chair of Astro biology. It's a NASA and libraries congress position. And I had an astronaut and several well-known people write letters of recommendation from me. So I basically asked him has NASA ever asked you torture them. And he said, no. And I said, well, they just asked me. So I I actually short with short-listed didn't get that position. But you know, I think that now studying you're suppose, I mean, a almost fifty percent of people believe in them. I believe that this is a legitimate study. Now, I mean, of course, we have to study them we we know now and probably will learn through the project blue book on TV that there was a management at a perception. Perception management in fifty sixty seventies. And perhaps even today of the topic. And you know, that a lot of that perception was that, you know, don't study this. If you know, if you are a legitimate legitimate researcher, this will ruin your career, and I never tell my my young students to study this topic unless they you have tenure somewhere, you know, they can study as a hobby. They can I can I can help them study it, but I won't tell them to take it on the field of research because you know, they do have to be you have to be in a pretty secure position to do it risks for John act you found out early on. And you mentioned in the book is that this thing called the invisible college, that's the term that Jack valet is used for that. There are academics in Syria. Scientists and and professional people who do study this. They tried to do it quietly to offset any potential down. Side to their careers. But they're very serious in the in the research. Yes. Okay. So I did I found that what I called them meta experiencers, which were the scientists. She studied this. And I also found that it's shifted from when Jacques and Hynek created or you know, the term being invisible call they created that was a term that was I think Francis Bacon from his era. Basically just college of studying science, you know, basically science that he's friends, you know, be on the frontiers. And these are people who have you know? I mean, we're talking, you know, you you put the great picture of the Copernicus Kepler looking at Capriccio. These were people that could have been in the invisible college, you know, because Copernicus his book was banned. Right. So I did I found a I found a lot. But way, how did you was? I read the whole history. I read jocks. He gave me a copy of the invisible college at the the, you know and said read this. And so I read it I read everything by him, by the way. And so. Yes. College it exists. But there are different compartment says it now, and there is a compartment that I'm basically talking about in my book, which I'm calling. I basically open it with a quote from white club, which is a movie and that it was a cult classic in the nineties, and or maybe they're really cheap thousands. And it's basically about this this man and a person who he's a friend of and this person seems just incredible on this like a played by Brad Pitt. And the first rule of fight club is do not talk about fight club. So what what I found was that this rule applied to this quote unquote, invisible. College know in the invisible college that Jack was a part of that Hynek was a part is at least they could talk with each other. But I found that we didn't this issue group of researchers. The code do not talk about it was basically. So serious that one could leave one's job. If one talked about it. So I had to I had to basically rethink what this was and it was no longer the invisible college. But these were the these people who are making the most inroads in the study of it. And so that's why I referenced fight clubs and don't talk about it. This thing that they study is this thing they cannot speak up. Let's talk about the trip out into the desert. Yes. Down how that came about? And was like as you're blindfolded. And what you saw when you got there. Okay. So I had met a lot of the medics strangers. The people who are scientists that can't talk about what they do. And what seemed to be pretty I actually at this point. I think well, I don't take. I know. I basically told Chris he was we would talk about these things they said, Chris, I'm out. It's just way too. You know, I'm I'm a normal boring. Religious studies scholar have kids family, I'm not going to study this more and he was sad. But he said, okay. Right. So there were scientists were interested in my own work. And I and I thought how could they be interested in what I did until I realized that they were interested in the historical record of aerial phenomena and the people who are associated with aerial phenomena, and I had access to that. So I push people away for a long time. And I kept them on the periphery. I didn't meet them in person and one is then I had access to a place in New Mexico that was the site alleged site of a crash in avian crash alien not Roswell though. It wasn't Roswell. But it was apparently was pulled to me there were several crashes in nineteen forty seven and they all happened within New Mexico various places, and so this was one of the crash site. And this person asked me to go because he said, you know, a lot about the topic. Even no, it's not you don't Holly this. You don't call it. You a study? But you have a lot of knowledge about it. And I'd like to take you to this place. So you can have a lot more knowledge about it. And I put him off for about a year. And then finally, you know, at one point I said, I will go, but I will take someone with me. And because no, I'm not going blindfolded with the person that perhaps this dubious, I don't know into the desert, you know, to do this. No, I have my that's like my line in the sand. And so he said well make I'll have to check it out who do you want to go and okay. The first person I asked, and I think it's okay. If I say his name, and he's all right with it is just Crepeau who's a colleague of mine. He's a professor of religious studies at Rice University. Yeah. We've had a guest here is brilliant guy. Yeah. Okay. So yes. Yes. And Jeff said, Diana. That's just a little too weird for me. And I thought you know, it is really weird though, I just met another colleague in academic who is a again at the very top of this field is scientists at big universities, incredibly respected person. And so fascinated with the topic. And so I said, you know, what this is the kind of person that other scientists would actually want to go I asked and I call him. I I write about both of these people, by the way, the first one takes us to the site is Tyler and I named him after the main character in fight club. Tyler. And. The next. Yeah. Tyler during the next guy is James. And so James is the scientist, and I tell Tyler say I'd like you take game. And he says, no, yeah. Sorry. I'm no one else is authorized to get just you. And so I said, okay, I'm not gonna do. And then I knew that he would James and find that this is the perfect person to go because it is skills. And so again, a couple of days later, he writes packages. Okay. And so we both go James, I go we get were blindfolded in the car. Am I trust James? He's an academic. You know, he has the same kind of academic transparency rules that I do I'm not yet trusting of the other man, but he's he seems on the surface. He's incredibly accomplished and successful, and nice, and charming, you know, all these things. So we do we go out there. It takes about forty five minutes afterward blindfolded to get. Get to the place, and we get out there. And then we take any by the way, we have to wear a lot of protective clothing because apparently there are a lot of rattlesnakes out there. So we're wearing boots. We're in kind of parkas 'cause it's really cold. But the sun is out there. So we've got we've got to protect our skin. And so we, and we go out there, and it, you know, we take our blindfold Dawson, we look around and and redo find an we also have your expectations, Diana. What were you told? There's going to happen out there. Okay. So my expectations at this point. Is that are that? I'm basically interested in why these incredibly successful scientists believe this because at this point. I'm not I'm not believing it. Right. So I'm not I don't buy. But I I'm okay. I study all kinds of religions and people believe in all kinds of things, and I don't have to buy it in order to studying. So they know that to, you know, I'm really very open with them and say, you know, I'm writing this book, and you know, this right? And I'm not necessarily a believer. And they say, yeah. Yeah. No problem. So James and Tyler hit it off because they have a common scientific language, and we have metal detectors to find what's out there. And to tell you the truth when I took off my blindfold, I looked around Tyler looked at me and said I kept looking at this this area. And he said does that look familiar to you? And I was like how would he know that looks familiar to 'cause I never been here before. And I say it sure does. And he said, yeah, that's the scene in the last episode of the x files that was like what? No. I mean, it was just the weirdest experience. It was very surreal..

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"associate partner" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Welcome back, Diana. You had mentioned among your accomplishments, academically, your your viewed as a Catholic historian at story historian, the Catholic church and right before the break. You mentioned something that does also included in the book American cosmic that you had been a an adviser to the movie the conjuring, and I think the the follow up movie as well at it makes me wonder, then if you are viewed by some of your colleagues as like a closet weirdo. Well, maybe maybe the math department thinks that but people in my field are used to this type of thing. So. Maybe not closet. Are you was there any pushback when you told your colleagues there that this is where you were heading this is the road, you're heading down. And the for the UFO book. Yes. Okay. So yeah, that's an excellent question. You know, I call this. This thing that happens to people who are you know, usually legitimate established professionals that decide that they're going to study UFO's a lot a lot of times. What happens to them is that they experience a lot of pushback like you say and sometimes that destroys their careers, and I call this the John Mack effect because John Mack was atrocious enough in the nineteen eighty s he was a research psychiatrist at Harvard, and he had won a Pulitzer prize. Fully tenured full professor seemingly untouchable, and he decides he want to study the population of people who are experiencing our contact us and so Harvard decides it's going to do a investigation of. Him and this lasts for months and months siesta hiring attorney to defend himself. So I call us the John McAfee now when I took on the the UFO topic in my field. You know, we go up the ranks. So we're like lawyers. You know, there's the junior partner, you know, then the junior partner the associate partner than the partner, so I made partner. So I I became a full professor, and I'm I was at the chair of my department and tenured. So I was well aware that this could definitely, you know. This could definitely impacted my credibility. But at that point, I felt that we're far enough from John knack that I could do this. And I've had maybe one or two colleagues. You know, say what are you doing studying UFO's how trivial and this happened? This happened last year. Actually, I was invited to apply for the chair of Astro biology. It's a NASA and library of congress position. And I had an astronaut and several well-known people write letters of recommendation from me. So I basically asked him has asked ever asked you to work for them. And he said, no, I said, well, they just asked me. So I I actually short with shortlisted didn't get that physician. But you know, I think that now studying your foes, I mean almost fifty percent of people believe in them. I believe that this is a legitimate study. Now, I mean, of course, we have to study them we we know now and probably will learn through the project blue book on TV that there was a management at a perception. Perception management in a fifty sixty seventies. And perhaps even today the topic. And you know, that a lot of that perception was that, you know, don't study this you see, you know, if you are a legitimate legitimate researcher, this will ruin your career, and I never tell my my young students to study this topic unless they have tenure somewhere, you know, they can study as a hobby. They can I can I can help them study it, but I won't tell them to take it on as a, you know, a field of research because you know, they they do have to be they do you have to be in a pretty secure position to do it risks for John you found out early on. And you mentioned in in the book is that this thing called the invisible college, that's the term that Jack valet is used for it that there are academe IX in Syria scientists, and and professional people who do study this. They tried to do it quietly to offset any potential downs..

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"associate partner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Twenty five. Welcome back, Diana. You had mentioned among your accomplishments, academically, your your view does a Catholic historian and historian the Catholic church and right before the break. You mentioned something that does also included in the book American cosmic that you had been an advisor to the movie the conjuring, and I think the the follow up movie as well. At makes me wonder, then if you are viewed by some of your colleagues as like a closet weirdo. Well, maybe maybe the math department thinks that but people in my field are used to this type of thing. So. Maybe not closet. Are you was there any pushback when you told your colleagues there that this is where you were heading this is the road you're heading down and for the UFO book. Yes. Okay. So yeah, that's an excellent question. You know, I call this. This thing that happens to people who are you know, usually legitimate established professionals that decide that they're going to set UFO's a lot a lot of times. What happens to them is that they experience a lot of pushback like you say and sometimes that destroys their careers, and I call this John Mack effect because John Mack was audacious enough in the nineteen eighty s he was a research psychiatrist at Harvard, and he had won a Pulitzer prize. Fully tenured full professor seemingly untouchable, and he decides going to study the population of people who are experiencing our contact us and so Harvard decides it's going to do a investigation of him. And this lasts for months and months he has to. Hiring attorney to defend himself. So I call us the John McAfee now when I took on the the UFO topic in my field. You know, we go up the ranks. So we're like lawyers. You know, there's the junior partner, you know, then the junior partner the associate partner in the partner. So I'd made partner. So I I became a full professor, and I'm the I was the chair of my department and tenured. So I was well aware that this could definitely, you know. This could definitely impact my credibility. But at that point, I felt that we're far enough from John MAC that I could do this. And I've had maybe one or two colleagues. You know, say what are you doing study UFO's how trivial and this how this happened last year? Actually, I was invited to apply for the chair of Astro biology. It's a NASA and library of congress position. And I had an astronaut in several well-known people write letters of recommendation from me. So I basically asked him has asked ever asked you to work for them. And he said, no. And I said, well, look, they just asked me. So I I actually short with shortlisted didn't get that.

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"associate partner" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on WRVA

"Seven seven twelve twenty five. Welcome back, Diana. You had mentioned among your compliments, academically, your your viewed as a Catholic historian story in the Catholic church. And right before the break, you mentioned something that does also included in the book American cosmic that you had been an advisor to the movie the conjuring, and I think the the follow up movie as well. At makes me wonder, then if you are viewed by some of your colleagues as like a closet weirdo. Well, maybe maybe the math department thinks that but people in my field are used to this type of thing. So. Maybe not closet. Are you was there any pushback when you told your colleagues there that this is where you were heading this is the road you're heading down and for the UFO book. Yes. Okay. So yeah, that's an excellent question. You know, I call this. This thing that happens to people who are you know, usually legitimate established professionals that decide that they're going to spend UFO's a lot. A lot of times happens to them is that they experience a lot of pushback like you say and sometimes that destroys their careers, and I call this. The John Mack affect because John Mack was audacious enough in the nineteen eighty s he was a research psychiatrist at Harvard, and he had won a Pulitzer prize fully tenured, professor, you know, seemingly untouchable, and he decided to study the population of people who are experiencing our contact us, and so Harvard decides is going to do a investigation of him and this lasts for months and months siesta. Hiring attorney to defend himself. So I call us the John McAfee now when I took on the the UFO topic in my field. You know, we go up the ranks. So we're like lawyers. You know, there's the junior partner that your your partner the associate partner than the partner. So I had made partner. So I I became a full professor. And I'm I was at, you know, the chair of my department and tenured so I was well aware that this could definitely, you know. This could definitely impacted my credibility. But at that point, I felt that we're far enough from John MAC that I could do this. And I've had maybe one or two colleagues. You know, say what are you doing studying UFO's how trivial and this this happened last year? Actually, I was invited to apply for a chair of Astro biology. It's a NASA and library of congress position. And I had an astronaut in several, you know, well-known people write letters of recommendation for me. So I basically asked him has NASA.

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"associate partner" Discussed on Women at Work

Women at Work

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on Women at Work

"You're listening to women at work. Harvard Business Review. I'm Sarah, green Carmichael. I'm Nicole Torres, and I'm Amy Bernstein, getting productive feedback about Howard doing it work is vital to making progress in our careers, but managers often don't give women the most useful information. One steady performance reviews showed that men tended to get specific feedback. Women on the other hand will more likely to get big feedback. Men were much likelier to hear about power. They were meeting their business goals. Women how they were communicating this episode. We're talking about what we can do to get the feedback we need to succeed, and we'll start with the research roundup, Robin Ely is a professor at Harvard Business School and the faculty chair of the b. s. gender initiative. She's an expert in how women are treated at work, and I went to her house to talk to her about the gender gap in feedback. Thanks for having us at your home share, Robin, what does the research tell us about the type of feedback women get at work? We'll there's actually quite a lot of research on this question and what most of it shows is that women tend to get more positive feedback relative to men, but the positive feedback tends to be the so women are told, for example that they're doing a good job. You know, you had a great year, but the feedback isn't specific about what they've done. That was so great. You know, they're not hearing about what exactly is the positive impact that they've had on business outcomes. Also, the praise doesn't seem to translate to any objective outcomes like numerical ratings. So there was a study in a law firm actually that was done by Joan Williams and some of her colleagues and what they found is that in the narrative comments. So there's narrative comments and numerical ratings, and in the narrative comments, women are are likely to be praised, but then they're rated more poorly than men when they're on the objective ratings and. The objective ratings is what's considered key for making partner. I actually suspect that what happens with these things is that the objective ratings because they're referred to in partner decisions. You know, when partners wanna make an associate partner, they'll end up giving that person a high numerical rating. But then the narrative comments for men are tending to be much more developmental. So even if they're critical, they're really specific about what he needs to do in order to improve. Whereas again, women are more likely to be praised and then those that praise doesn't translate into objective ratings. The only thing that's interesting that a couple of studies have shown is that when they do get specific negative feedback, it tends to be a criticism of their style. Basically, some version of you have sharp elbows. You're too aggressive, but that's actually very hard to act on its feedback about how you are as opposed to. I know exactly what you're doing and what you need to change and how you can improve. So why does this matter like what are the consequences for women when managers are not giving them the feedback that they need to improve? So every employee deserves direct, specific behavioral feedback. All employees need that in order to develop and advance reach their full potential thrive, you know, be successful in their organizations. So if women are not getting that kind of feedback, then they're less likely to thrive, they're less likely to advance, they're, they're not going to be developed. So I'd love to get a sense of what this sounds like the difference in feedback that men and women get. So I'm a woman. How do you think this interview is going right now? Okay..

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"associate partner" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"And at the crossroads between those two became an associate partner and left to join a hedge fund in New York where I did all the analysis on a global staple of of different payments investments. We had both a private equity fund public markets fund, and so I really covered the gamut when it came to size of company in stage of growth and left there in two thousand sixteen to join the dash team. Initially, I was the director finance, and I helped the team to prioritize where it was spending its resources and help make the team more effective and in seventeen became CEO of the dash core team and really got involved in digital currency fairly early on in twenty thirteen being in the payment space. I got exposed to it fairly early on at the time. I felt like I was late to the game, but I think it's very clear at this point that that wasn't the case. So yeah, then on an incredible journey and I kind of bring a different perspective, I think to the digital currency space because I do view it as a payment method. A lot of people kind of view it as blockchain. And I think it's kind of foolish to think of this as a blockchain industry. That's a lot like saying, I'm in the database industry because my hotel uses a database and so we're in the payments industry. And so you know, I kind of bring that lens to the team that we're going to go into the payments industry and a little bit. But boy you from, I grew up in Minnesota. Okay. Kind of in a suburb type place cold who might run missing this that somebody from Minnesota getting to Columbia is a big deal. You're like the dude in your hometown? I don't know. I, I don't know if I'm the dude in the hometown, but it I would say it's kind of an unusual thing. Minnesota people tend to be a little more wholesome and stay close to home new value family. They're very ethical people, and they don't often end up migrating across the country particularly to go into high finance and things like that. So yeah, it my path was a rather unusual one. I was born in Cleveland, Ohio, east side from the inner city, and then out to the suburbs, small towns of things like that. And so I live in Taiwan. So every time I come home, everybody's like, oh my God, the world travelers here, things like that. So I kind of can can see where you're coming from, like he'd go home and everybody's like, oh, what's going on in the big cities and fancy degrees and things like that. And they moved that much and well, you know, I haven't adventurous side. I've lived overseas. I've done a lot of different things in my career, and I'm always looking to find something that interests me. So I'm not one of those people that could stay put. So maybe that's why I ended up doing all these migrations. We're overseas. I lived in Amsterdam for about a year just. Got assigned to a project there and really enjoyed it ended up doing several projects there. It's a great city. Thanks. So we need to have a one does verse where to desk start. What about the name? DASS? How did that come about dash started out as a project back in January of twenty fourteen. So it's one of the older digital currencies. It was founded by or started by gentlemen named Evan Duffield. He is actually here in Phoenix where where I am right now grew up here and it just so happened that I was moving here in two thousand fourteen for personal reasons. And Evan basically approached some of the bitcoin developers at the time and had some ideas that he wanted to try out ideas around privacy. And I, I d is about how to make the network more efficient than he found it very difficult to penetrate that group. And have you know any meaningful voice in? So his thought process was will go, you know, for the. Code and and experiment with my own digital currency seems story. Yeah. Back then it wasn't. I mean, most of the people that were launching a coin at the time were basically copying bitcoins code and they didn't make any substantial changes to it. They might change an algorithm or change the mission schedule or change the frequency of blocks..

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"associate partner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The phones at a sec just so you know alex guerrero has issued some sort of weird letter that sprayed his personal mentor friend godfather of business associate partner that's causing all sorts of friction within the patriots headquarters according to again espn and i it's more than just according to espn there was this big rift everyone knows about it obviously bella check took away all of his privileges there was the jimmy garoppolo trade there's all sorts of things there's prey screaming basically bleep you add josh mcdaniel's in earlier this month or i should say earlier last month and then there's this gary myers of the new york daily news a respected veteran football screw rai reported on friday night that a source close to bella check we don't know who the sources a source close cabella check said quote i'm sure bill knows this is his last chance to be the giants coach quote bill season operate an open it let me start over quote bill season opening an opening to get to the giants end quote all baby how about that pityana gary myers in a source close to bella check just put up on the table take a spin of that bad boy bill bella check to the giants it's where he made his fame it's where he made his hey it's where he sodas royal oakes winning two super bowls under bill parcells eight five five two one two four cbs let's get to.

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"associate partner" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The phones at a sec just so you know alex guerrero has issued some sort of weird letter that's brady's personal mentor friend godfather a business associate partner that's causing all sorts of friction within the patriots headquarters according to again espn and i it's more than just according two espn there was this big rift everyone knows about it obviously bella check took away all of his privileges there was jimmy garoppolo trade there's all sorts of things if pre screaming basically bleep you add josh mcdaniel's in earlier this month or i should say earlier last month and then there's this gary myers of the new york daily news a respected veteran football screw i reported on friday night that a source close to bell a check we don't know who the sources a source close to bella check said quote i'm sure build knows this is his last chance to be the giants coach quote bill sees an oppor an open it let me start over quote bill season opening an opening to get to the giants end quote hall baby how 'bout that pityana gary myers in a source close to bella check just put up on the table take a spin of that bad boy bill bella check to the giants it's where he made his fame it's where he made his hey it's where he sodas royal oakes winning two super bowls under bill parcells eight five five two one two four cbs let's get to it.

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"associate partner" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Importantly he's not buying the bill bella check way and more importantly he went over bella checks head to robert kraft and said get jimmy garoppolo the hell out of here is just so special yes tommy tommy is going right to bobby and over billy's head and this is destroying the patriots you've seen cracks in the armor all year now you're starting to see a big time rift in the foundation and i just wonder nfl fans out there are you rejoicing at the sound of that giulio believe the patriots are done after you read what wicker sham road and all of the divisiveness and that's just a small part a small sample there's so many other things players not able to trust coaching staff players not able to trust training staff players don't want guerrero guerrero kicked out of meetings guerrero kicked off the sideline and if you don't know who guerrero as it's again tom brady's donnelly only mentor friend business associate partner trainer dr whatever the hell he is but on top of that is the godfather of one of brady sons brady swears by him and built bella check can't stand them anymore because he thinks he's a con artist and then there's this yes where could build bella check where could build bella check wind up we'll tell you when we return cbs sports radio just get rocketed rolling up chris russell eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two.

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"associate partner" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Buying the bill bella check way and more importantly he went over bella checks head to robert kraft and sick get jimmy garoppolo the hell out of here is just so special yes tommy tommy is going right to bobby and over billy's head and this is destroying the patriots you've seen cracks in the armor all year now you're starting to see a big time rift in the foundation and i just wonder nfl fans out there are you rejoicing at the sound of that do you believe the patriots are done after you read what wicker sham road and all of the divisiveness and that's just a small part a small sample there's so many other things players not able to trust coaching staff players not able to trust training staff players don't wanna guerrero guerrero kicked out a meetings guerrero kicked off the sideline and if you don't know who guerrero as it's again tom brady's not only mentor friend business associate partner trader dr whatever the hell he is but on top of that he's the godfather of one of brady sons brady swears by him and built bella checked can't stand that anymore because he thinks he's a con artist and then there is this this where could build bella csak where could build bella check wind up we'll tell you when we return cbs sports radio just get rocketed role up chris russell eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two four cbs let's lied about nfl.

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"associate partner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Take pictures of me that's what i'm going to do but dan i'm not buying into the patriot way anymore and i'm paraphrasing obviously what tom brady as saying because he would say this on the record but if you read those column by worker sham you very clearly see tom brady eight by the patriot way and more importantly he's not buying the bill bella check way and more importantly he went over bella checks head to robert kraft and sick get jimmy garoppolo the hell out of here is is so special has taught me tommy is going right to bobby and over billy's head and this is destroying the patriots you've seen cracks in the armor all year now you're starting to see a big time rift in the foundation and i just wonder nfl fans out there are you rejoicing at the sound of that do you believe the patriots are done after you read what wicker sham wrote and all of the divisiveness and that's just a small part a small sample there's so many other things players not able to trust coaching staff players not able to trust training staff players go of guerrero guerrero kicked out of meetings guerrero kicked off the sideline and if you don't know who guerrero is it's again tom brady's not only mentor friend business associate partner trader dr whatever the hell he is but on top of that is the godfather of one of brady sons brady swears by him and built bella check can't stand on anymore because he thinks he's a con artist and then there's this where could build bella check where could build though check wind up we'll tell you when we return cbs sports radio just get rocketed rolling up chris russell eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two four cbs let's lied about nfl.

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"associate partner" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"associate partner" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Welcome to the pegging smugly show the voice of iot in our connected world with your host take use meddling hello losers him welcome back to the peggy smedley show on the last segment i've been having this great discussion on industry four point zero an talking about three d and bam and i want to continue that on this segment and so please join me in welcoming back jose louise blanco whose the associate partner of mckinsey and company jose welcome back thank you better so jose let's continue that discussion because we're talking about the technologies that are really going to change things and we talk about using the internet of things in we're talking about industry fourpoint no but when we apply those two things in construction like three printing or things at the jobsite that we're going to see an advanced technologies and and using it for safety and things like that we're going to see things move even faster i guess my question for you are what are your views it i guess the next evolution that we might see because we're ready seeing things at the job site we never anticipated like drones being able to keep our workers from harm's way going in church terrain that they don't have to go because we could see things we never saw before were using telematics in ways to give us information and in in port protecting in in doing things in providing insights.

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