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"blakely" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:02 min | 8 months ago

"blakely" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Over 90% effective for children, what's next with the U.S. Surgeon General, doctor Vivek Murthy? The FDA is going to look very carefully at two parameters. One is this vaccine effective in our kids under 12. Number two is it safe. Now as a parent, I want to know the answer to those two questions. And ready set suck it in. Or don't. We're talking to the founder of spanx, Sara blakely. This brand has so much global awareness and it'll be fun to be able to actually really start to deliver and provide products all around the world. Those stories plus snap has snapped its stock at least, and WeWork's first day of trading. It's Friday, October 22nd, 2021. Squawk pod begins right now. Stand Becky by in three, two, one, kill please. Good morning, everybody. Welcome to squawk box here on CNBC. We are live from the NASDAQ market site in Times Square. I'm Becky quick along with Andrew Ross Sorkin, Joe is out today. A lot of things happening. Snap shares, they're plunging. Do you reuse that? No, but our kids too. It is by far for teenagers. The most their most beloved network just because Instagram is for parents and told. Well, Instagram, they'll use once in a while for artsy pictures, but they're way of communicating with their friends is snap. So if they had to give up all but one of the social media snap would be the one that was interesting. Okay. Well, the company, despite all of that, that good news from quick family says that ad sales are being hurt by the privacy changes that Apple rolled out to iOS earlier this year. It's making it harder for companies to sell ads based on information they collect on users interests and locations now. Snap slump also impacting other major social media stocks, including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest all down this morning as a result of it. This was, I think, to be expected, though they said they didn't expect it to be this bad. The online advertising players like trade desk magnite and liver ramp are also coming under a bit of pressure. But this is a lot of things that kind of are conspiring at this point. The New York Times had that story about Facebook, was it over the weekend? Right. Looking into it. And their concerns were that teen users weren't using as frequently. It had gone up to three to four hours during the pandemic, and maybe that is not going to not only continue to climb, but that's going to come back down by an hour or so a day because kids have other things that they're doing. And I think that must be impacting all of these social networks to some extent. My question to you, though, is when you get a new app on your phone, and it says allow you to track. No. You say no, I know. So you say no. I think most people probably say no. And so I do think this is probably a much harder business to be in if you are Facebook or a snap or somebody who relies on advertising. I think teenagers tend to not say no as much. Do you think because they like having their first of all, they like tracking where all of them are, and they keep track with each other and just do that and you can't do that if you don't turn it on on the phone. So I think teens are less likely to say those things. But it does show that these changes with the Apple privacy issues are going to be a much bigger impact that the market probably didn't really figure out. It's the weakness that you have for all of these apps is they're not collecting the first party data necessarily themselves. They were relying on Apple to do it and they can also say the other side. Which is I noticed the ads for me on Instagram are not as good as these to me. Oh, they work for me. I mean, you work for you. I bought this dress from an ad on Instagram. So they definitely captured me with some of the things, but I'm not the target audience by a long shot on anything. Oh no, you are. We all are. Well, anybody with money, I suppose is, but not for the ones that they're really caring about with the teens and going through. And the other thing about the millennial. That's hard. That. But what I will say is the other issue is there's not going to be as much advertising right now. The supply chain issues I kept thinking about that. If you are somebody like a Mattel or another company that can't get enough of your product in for Christmas time, how much are you actually going to be paying attention? You don't need to spend on advertising if everything is selling out before you place a single dime on advertising. So I think all of these issues are kind of coming together. Coming together at one time, and this is after the stock has had a really big run up. So all of those factors kind of together. However, we are seeing a tale of two tech giants this morning. While apple's privacy changes are slamming social players, Google slash the fees that subscription based apps are charged for the Play Store that they have. And that's in a number of the stocks that kind of rely on that surging yesterday among them. You've had duolingo, which was up by 13%. Match group, up by 10%, bumble up by 8% and then Roblox up by 6%. It's in my global market news this morning, shares of ever grand, they're on the rise. This is what happened. Overseas trading after the Chinese property developer reportedly made a bond payment battle company reportedly made the roughly $83 million payment today after missing it though last month, that triggering a 30 day grace period, which was set to expire tomorrow. Of course, now the question is, has ever grant going to miss I'm sorry, it would have entered a default if it hadn't, but there are additional payments that are to come. So this story is not over yet. You know, it just said tale of two city with tales of technology. It's the same thing here. If you are a Chinese investor, you're much better off than if you are an overseas investor who's been relying on these things that it's the overseas investors who very likely, China doesn't care about that at this point. They are much more concerned about their own economy. And by the way, you took the risk on this. So it is concerned about the rule of law see what happens and investor beware at this point if you're coming from overseas. I think. I'm with you. Wait. We are watching shares of WeWork this morning. The stock popping more than 13% yesterday as the office sharing firm finally went public through a spac deal caps a long journey for a company that was once valued as high as about $47 billion, but its initial IPO plans imploded as you remember back in 2019, while the company's leaders were at the NYSE for the opening bell where we were, founder Adam Newman was holding his own little party of sorts with dozens of former employees and his cofounder yesterday morning at the bell. Thank you all so much for coming. Miguel and I couldn't be happier than to celebrate this with our original team. We're just so proud today and for this day. And we just want to congratulate the current WeWork team. Everyone congratulate Marcelo and Sandeep for executing on this team's vision. It's an interesting dynamic because here's a guy who did create something that's obviously now of value, $10 billion of value, not 47 billion dollars of value. Clearly made a lot of mistakes along the way. The company could have demonstrably imploded. And so how much credit do you give them or don't give him for what's happened? He clearly caught the right trend, but then made lots of mistakes. Are you recognized? I mean, because his public persona has never been one that seems to take on any sort of remorse for the implosion that took place. Granted, this did wonderfully yesterday. The IPO came out well. But that's because when you're looking at 10 billion, that's the 46 billion that they got. This is the part I always look. I think there were some conflicts of interest which we talked a lot about before in terms of at one point he was buying buildings and renting them to WeWork. There were the issues of plane and governance and how the company was used selling the trademarks back and forth. But then when you say to yourself about the valuation who created the valuation, I don't believe that the valuation was created by Adam Newman. And the valuation was created by bankers and investors and frankly folks like masa son at SoftBank who were willing to do that. Now, the flip side is, all of a sudden, you have this valuation, then you go out and hire new employees and say.

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"blakely" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

Seeking Wisdom

07:48 min | 10 months ago

"blakely" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

"Most exciting interviews that i've ever done. I cannot tell you how nervous. I was for this interview now. This was an interview that happened in two thousand nine thousand nine. Hundred conference hyper growth. And i've been sitting on this one because this one is pure gold. And i've been waiting for the data finally released this now. This is with two of my virtual mentors to people that i've looked up to for a long time. And they just so happen to be married. It's with sara blakely who is the founder and ceo of spanks and was the youngest ever female billionaire and jesse ensler whose husband. Who's an entrepreneur author. Keynote speaker rin amazing boats. If you haven't read living with seal you need to read that book. Living with seal. It's amazing book so in this episode. We talk about jesse's insane appetite for long distance endurance ultras and all the crazy stuff that is does this countering system that is mental. And i've adopted. How sharon jesse matt and all of the amazing stuff on how they make this work as to superhuman people. now don't forget to leave a six star only rating for this episode. This is one of my favorite ever interviews. I'm so lucky so fortunate to have done this piece. All right so we are here with sara blakely and jesse slur to people. Who have i who have a bigger crush crush on. It started with jesse. Thank you jeff. As jesse you grew up in long island i did. Yeah wearing rosalyn. He said that that's true. Coffee draw actually heard you speak when i can't remember where it was. I heard you married your books. Later on lakeland. Co given to everyone. But the first time. I heard you speak as there's someone like me talk like this. This is amazing. Fired up good. I can't remember the first time it's incredible so you just got through this race. What is was this race that the two of you were at yes. The racist called the last man standing. And it's it's got a really interesting format to it. You have to run a complete a four point two mile loop in under an hour. Okay if you finish in fifteen minutes you earn a tender rest because of the top of the next hour the line you up again for another four point two mile loop and that continues to one person's left So yeah the first time this has been done. Is the formats relatively new. They've done racist like this before. Because you've done like there's not a lot of people that sign up for twelve hundred intense. Impressive ultra runner. And he said a four point two mile loop and he's leaving out how intense the loop was super hilly. Yeah okay super hilly loop on a dirt trail like rocks and debris. It wasn't a super carved out in ten of the hours that he ran on twenty in total darkness with the headlamp google. The races had moderate elevations modern always go. Get the mail back and if you live in maine moderate elevation to the amount. Yes so i try to figure that out. Because i saw four point two and i was like doesn't seem like much more to it didn't seem like for you that much well. I was anticipating coming in based on months of training around fifty two minutes having an eight minute rest but the course was so challenging it. I got it around fifty seven minutes so i think a lot of rest. When did you start this. Whole ultra racing. Why was i was a runner. I ran marathon since my twenties but once we had four before children under ten. That stopped and i will get a four mile three mile whenever here so i recommitted to this about three or four months ago. Yeah and do you do this to sarabi committed with. Yeah do i do races now no neither. I am doing a challenge in switzerland. I'm gonna swim bike and hike through swiss mountains. And doing that with richard branson about thirty five other entrepreneurs and is to raise money for education. So i'm not like my husband. What happened is i had too much tequila. Rich asked me. If i would do it. And i said sure. Now i'm like okay. I leave this friday coming up. I know this friday. And you know i just. I had to read the list of what i need. I need wetsuit to swim. In glacier lake and greasy or you're gonna be tweeting. oh yeah. I'm not going with the whole time. Exactly i was thinking about it. I didn't tell you this car right here. I was like what are what are things i should do for twenty hours and have jesse have to tackle. Yes maybe it should shop for twenty and you have to go with. Maybe we should just like lizzie. Emotional put on instagram. Make him step whole very good. How did you. How did you manage to do all the things that you do like watching your instagram. I think that's the question. Everyone asked that i asked myself and other people last when it show them because they show everyone of your instagram accounts. All the time mystery wagon well for me. I prioritize it. I really only have four main buckets. My family my business. My wellness things that are important to me friends charity. And if somebody doesn't fit into one of those buckets now really seeing no and i limited all the stuff that as much of the stuff that was time suck for me. When i was single. I could watch tv or sporting events that's changed for me so as you get older unit the change your system a little bit and the segue into your calendar very much so they don't make big count. I remember we had a. I don't have a big counter myself but we got a big we had. We started this business like a little less than five years ago. One thing when you have sales teams they would always come to be like. Oh this week's little slow. Four four for. July's on counter mortgage ally evans every year. That memorial day everyone giant calendar. And we're just like all the dates on the counter. Look we have the same holidays every year. All serious creating a system to optimize deli creating a system to optimize. The most out of the time is so important and that calendar helps initial headed does not leave home without out real carried through airport hotel. Rooms cannot stop laughing. It's efficient for me. I didn't bring it on this running race. Because why would. I need my calendar on the running race and on the way there is like When i'm in switzerland next week how today's your way for speeches or whatever. And i'm like i'm though idea form of the calendar fifty one the digital thing becomes out here. I'm not exactly short. Even says sunny the counter. How did you need. I know this story..

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"blakely" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

Seeking Wisdom

07:17 min | 10 months ago

"blakely" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

"Was the youngest ever female billionaire and jesse ensler whose husband. Who's an entrepreneur author. Keynote speaker rin amazing boats. If you haven't read living with seal you need to read that book. Living with seal. It's amazing book so in this episode. We talk about jesse's insane appetite for long distance endurance ultras and all the crazy stuff that is does this countering system that is mental. And i've adopted. How sharon jesse matt and all of the amazing stuff on how they make this work as to superhuman people. now don't forget to leave a six star only rating for this episode. This is one of my favorite ever interviews. I'm so lucky so fortunate to have done this piece. All right so we are here with sara blakely and jesse slur to people. Who have i who have a bigger crush crush on. It started with jesse. Thank you jeff. As jesse you grew up in long island i did. Yeah wearing rosalyn. He said that that's true. Coffee draw actually heard you speak when i can't remember where it was. I heard you married your books. Later on lakeland. Co given to everyone. But the first time. I heard you speak as there's someone like me talk like this. This is amazing. Fired up good. I can't remember the first time it's incredible so you just got through this race. What is was this race that the two of you were at yes. The racist called the last man standing. And it's it's got a really interesting format to it. You have to run a complete a four point two mile loop in under an hour. Okay if you finish in fifteen minutes you earn a tender rest because of the top of the next hour the line you up again for another four point two mile loop and that continues to one person's left So yeah the first time this has been done. Is the formats relatively new. They've done racist like this before. Because you've done like there's not a lot of people that sign up for twelve hundred intense. Impressive ultra runner. And he said a four point two mile loop and he's leaving out how intense the loop was super hilly. Yeah okay super hilly loop on a dirt trail like rocks and debris. It wasn't a super carved out in ten of the hours that he ran on twenty in total darkness with the headlamp google. The races had moderate elevations modern always go. Get the mail back and if you live in maine moderate elevation to the amount. Yes so i try to figure that out. Because i saw four point two and i was like doesn't seem like much more to it didn't seem like for you that much well. I was anticipating coming in based on months of training around fifty two minutes having an eight minute rest but the course was so challenging it. I got it around fifty seven minutes so i think a lot of rest. When did you start this. Whole ultra racing. Why was i was a runner. I ran marathon since my twenties but once we had four before children under ten. That stopped and i will get a four mile three mile whenever here so i recommitted to this about three or four months ago. Yeah and do you do this to sarabi committed with. Yeah do i do races now no neither. I am doing a challenge in switzerland. I'm gonna swim bike and hike through swiss mountains. And doing that with richard branson about thirty five other entrepreneurs and is to raise money for education. So i'm not like my husband. What happened is i had too much tequila. Rich asked me. If i would do it. And i said sure. Now i'm like okay. I leave this friday coming up. I know this friday. And you know i just. I had to read the list of what i need. I need wetsuit to swim. In glacier lake and greasy or you're gonna be tweeting. oh yeah. I'm not going with the whole time. Exactly i was thinking about it. I didn't tell you this car right here. I was like what are what are things i should do for twenty hours and have jesse have to tackle. Yes maybe it should shop for twenty and you have to go with. Maybe we should just like lizzie. Emotional put on instagram. Make him step whole very good. How did you. How did you manage to do all the things that you do like watching your instagram. I think that's the question. Everyone asked that i asked myself and other people last when it show them because they show everyone of your instagram accounts. All the time mystery wagon well for me. I prioritize it. I really only have four main buckets. My family my business. My wellness things that are important to me friends charity. And if somebody doesn't fit into one of those buckets now really seeing no and i limited all the stuff that as much of the stuff that was time suck for me. When i was single. I could watch tv or sporting events that's changed for me so as you get older unit the change your system a little bit and the segue into your calendar very much so they don't make big count. I remember we had a. I don't have a big counter myself but we got a big we had. We started this business like a little less than five years ago. One thing when you have sales teams they would always come to be like. Oh this week's little slow. Four four for. July's on counter mortgage ally evans every year. That memorial day everyone giant calendar. And we're just like all the dates on the counter. Look we have the same holidays every year. All serious creating a system to optimize deli creating a system to optimize. The most out of the time is so important and that calendar helps initial headed does not leave home without out real carried through airport hotel. Rooms cannot stop laughing. It's efficient for me. I didn't bring it on this running race. Because why would. I need my calendar on the running race and on the way there is like When i'm in switzerland next week how today's your way for speeches or whatever. And i'm like i'm though idea form of the calendar fifty one the digital thing becomes out here. I'm not exactly short. Even says sunny the counter. How did you need. I know this story..

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"blakely" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

Seeking Wisdom

06:21 min | 10 months ago

"blakely" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

"Of spanks and was the youngest ever female billionaire and jesse ensler whose husband. Who's an entrepreneur author. Keynote speaker rin amazing boats. If you haven't read living with seal you need to read that book. Living with seal. It's amazing book so in this episode. We talk about jesse's insane appetite for long distance endurance ultras and all the crazy stuff that is does this countering system that is mental. And i've adopted. How sharon jesse matt and all of the amazing stuff on how they make this work as to superhuman people. now don't forget to leave a six star only rating for this episode. This is one of my favorite ever interviews. I'm so lucky so fortunate to have done this piece. All right so we are here with sara blakely and jesse slur to people. Who have i who have a bigger crush crush on. It started with jesse. Thank you jeff. As jesse you grew up in long island i did. Yeah wearing rosalyn. He said that that's true. Coffee draw actually heard you speak when i can't remember where it was. I heard you married your books. Later on lakeland. Co given to everyone. But the first time. I heard you speak as there's someone like me talk like this. This is amazing. Fired up good. I can't remember the first time it's incredible so you just got through this race. What is was this race that the two of you were at yes. The racist called the last man standing. And it's it's got a really interesting format to it. You have to run a complete a four point two mile loop in under an hour. Okay if you finish in fifteen minutes you earn a tender rest because of the top of the next hour the line you up again for another four point two mile loop and that continues to one person's left So yeah the first time this has been done. Is the formats relatively new. They've done racist like this before. Because you've done like there's not a lot of people that sign up for twelve hundred intense. Impressive ultra runner. And he said a four point two mile loop and he's leaving out how intense the loop was super hilly. Yeah okay super hilly loop on a dirt trail like rocks and debris. It wasn't a super carved out in ten of the hours that he ran on twenty in total darkness with the headlamp google. The races had moderate elevations modern always go. Get the mail back and if you live in maine moderate elevation to the amount. Yes so i try to figure that out. Because i saw four point two and i was like doesn't seem like much more to it didn't seem like for you that much well. I was anticipating coming in based on months of training around fifty two minutes having an eight minute rest but the course was so challenging it. I got it around fifty seven minutes so i think a lot of rest. When did you start this. Whole ultra racing. Why was i was a runner. I ran marathon since my twenties but once we had four before children under ten. That stopped and i will get a four mile three mile whenever here so i recommitted to this about three or four months ago. Yeah and do you do this to sarabi committed with. Yeah do i do races now no neither. I am doing a challenge in switzerland. I'm gonna swim bike and hike through swiss mountains. And doing that with richard branson about thirty five other entrepreneurs and is to raise money for education. So i'm not like my husband. What happened is i had too much tequila. Rich asked me. If i would do it. And i said sure. Now i'm like okay. I leave this friday coming up. I know this friday. And you know i just. I had to read the list of what i need. I need wetsuit to swim. In glacier lake and greasy or you're gonna be tweeting. oh yeah. I'm not going with the whole time. Exactly i was thinking about it. I didn't tell you this car right here. I was like what are what are things i should do for twenty hours and have jesse have to tackle. Yes maybe it should shop for twenty and you have to go with. Maybe we should just like lizzie. Emotional put on instagram. Make him step whole very good. How did you. How did you manage to do all the things that you do like watching your instagram. I think that's the question. Everyone asked that i asked myself and other people last when it show them because they show everyone of your instagram accounts. All the time mystery wagon well for me. I prioritize it. I really only have four main buckets. My family my business. My wellness things that are important to me friends charity. And if somebody doesn't fit into one of those buckets now really seeing no and i limited all the stuff that as much of the stuff that was time suck for me. When i was single. I could watch tv or sporting events that's changed for me so as you get older unit the change your system a little bit and the segue into your calendar very much so they don't make big count. I remember we had a. I don't have a big counter myself but we got a big we had. We started this business like a little less than five years ago. One thing when you have sales teams they would always come to be like. Oh this week's little slow. Four four for. July's on counter mortgage ally evans every year. That memorial day everyone giant calendar. And we're just like all the dates on the counter. Look we have the same holidays every year..

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"blakely" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

Seeking Wisdom

06:52 min | 10 months ago

"blakely" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

"One of the most exciting interviews that i've ever done. I cannot tell you how nervous. I was for this interview now. This was an interview that happened in two thousand nine thousand nine. Hundred conference hyper growth. And i've been sitting on this one because this one is pure gold. And i've been waiting for the data finally released this now. This is with two of my virtual mentors to people that i've looked up to for a long time. And they just so happen to be married. It's with sara blakely who is the founder and ceo of spanks and was the youngest ever female billionaire and jesse ensler whose husband. Who's an entrepreneur author. Keynote speaker rin amazing boats. If you haven't read living with seal you need to read that book. Living with seal. It's amazing book so in this episode. We talk about jesse's insane appetite for long distance endurance ultras and all the crazy stuff that is does this countering system that is mental. And i've adopted. How sharon jesse matt and all of the amazing stuff on how they make this work as to superhuman people. now don't forget to leave a six star only rating for this episode. This is one of my favorite ever interviews. I'm so lucky so fortunate to have done this piece. All right so we are here with sara blakely and jesse slur to people. Who have i who have a bigger crush crush on. It started with jesse. Thank you jeff. As jesse you grew up in long island i did. Yeah wearing rosalyn. He said that that's true. Coffee draw actually heard you speak when i can't remember where it was. I heard you married your books. Later on lakeland. Co given to everyone. But the first time. I heard you speak as there's someone like me talk like this. This is amazing. Fired up good. I can't remember the first time it's incredible so you just got through this race. What is was this race that the two of you were at yes. The racist called the last man standing. And it's it's got a really interesting format to it. You have to run a complete a four point two mile loop in under an hour. Okay if you finish in fifteen minutes you earn a tender rest because of the top of the next hour the line you up again for another four point two mile loop and that continues to one person's left So yeah the first time this has been done. Is the formats relatively new. They've done racist like this before. Because you've done like there's not a lot of people that sign up for twelve hundred intense. Impressive ultra runner. And he said a four point two mile loop and he's leaving out how intense the loop was super hilly. Yeah okay super hilly loop on a dirt trail like rocks and debris. It wasn't a super carved out in ten of the hours that he ran on twenty in total darkness with the headlamp google. The races had moderate elevations modern always go. Get the mail back and if you live in maine moderate elevation to the amount. Yes so i try to figure that out. Because i saw four point two and i was like doesn't seem like much more to it didn't seem like for you that much well. I was anticipating coming in based on months of training around fifty two minutes having an eight minute rest but the course was so challenging it. I got it around fifty seven minutes so i think a lot of rest. When did you start this. Whole ultra racing. Why was i was a runner. I ran marathon since my twenties but once we had four before children under ten. That stopped and i will get a four mile three mile whenever here so i recommitted to this about three or four months ago. Yeah and do you do this to sarabi committed with. Yeah do i do races now no neither. I am doing a challenge in switzerland. I'm gonna swim bike and hike through swiss mountains. And doing that with richard branson about thirty five other entrepreneurs and is to raise money for education. So i'm not like my husband. What happened is i had too much tequila. Rich asked me. If i would do it. And i said sure. Now i'm like okay. I leave this friday coming up. I know this friday. And you know i just. I had to read the list of what i need. I need wetsuit to swim. In glacier lake and greasy or you're gonna be tweeting. oh yeah. I'm not going with the whole time. Exactly i was thinking about it. I didn't tell you this car right here. I was like what are what are things i should do for twenty hours and have jesse have to tackle. Yes maybe it should shop for twenty and you have to go with. Maybe we should just like lizzie. Emotional put on instagram. Make him step whole very good. How did you. How did you manage to do all the things that you do like watching your instagram. I think that's the question. Everyone asked that i asked myself and other people last when it show them because they show everyone of your instagram accounts. All the time mystery wagon well for me. I prioritize it. I really only have four main buckets. My family my business. My wellness things that are important to me friends charity. And if somebody doesn't fit into one of those buckets now really seeing no and i limited all the stuff that as much of the stuff that was time suck for me. When i was single. I could watch tv or sporting events that's changed for me so as you get older unit the change your system a little bit and the segue into your calendar very much so they don't make big count. I remember we had a. I don't have a big counter myself but we got a big we had. We started this business like a little less than five years ago. One thing when you have sales teams they would always come to be like. Oh this week's little slow. Four four for. July's on counter mortgage ally evans every year. That memorial day everyone giant calendar. And we're just like all the dates on the counter. Look we have the same holidays every year..

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"blakely" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

Seeking Wisdom

06:54 min | 10 months ago

"blakely" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

"And we're back one of the most exciting interviews that i've ever done. I cannot tell you how nervous. I was for this interview now. This was an interview that happened in two thousand nine thousand nine. Hundred conference hyper growth. And i've been sitting on this one because this one is pure gold. And i've been waiting for the data finally released this now. This is with two of my virtual mentors to people that i've looked up to for a long time. And they just so happen to be married. It's with sara blakely who is the founder and ceo of spanks and was the youngest ever female billionaire and jesse ensler whose husband. Who's an entrepreneur author. Keynote speaker rin amazing boats. If you haven't read living with seal you need to read that book. Living with seal. It's amazing book so in this episode. We talk about jesse's insane appetite for long distance endurance ultras and all the crazy stuff that is does this countering system that is mental. And i've adopted. How sharon jesse matt and all of the amazing stuff on how they make this work as to superhuman people. now don't forget to leave a six star only rating for this episode. This is one of my favorite ever interviews. I'm so lucky so fortunate to have done this piece. All right so we are here with sara blakely and jesse slur to people. Who have i who have a bigger crush crush on. It started with jesse. Thank you jeff. As jesse you grew up in long island i did. Yeah wearing rosalyn. He said that that's true. Coffee draw actually heard you speak when i can't remember where it was. I heard you married your books. Later on lakeland. Co given to everyone. But the first time. I heard you speak as there's someone like me talk like this. This is amazing. Fired up good. I can't remember the first time it's incredible so you just got through this race. What is was this race that the two of you were at yes. The racist called the last man standing. And it's it's got a really interesting format to it. You have to run a complete a four point two mile loop in under an hour. Okay if you finish in fifteen minutes you earn a tender rest because of the top of the next hour the line you up again for another four point two mile loop and that continues to one person's left So yeah the first time this has been done. Is the formats relatively new. They've done racist like this before. Because you've done like there's not a lot of people that sign up for twelve hundred intense. Impressive ultra runner. And he said a four point two mile loop and he's leaving out how intense the loop was super hilly. Yeah okay super hilly loop on a dirt trail like rocks and debris. It wasn't a super carved out in ten of the hours that he ran on twenty in total darkness with the headlamp google. The races had moderate elevations modern always go. Get the mail back and if you live in maine moderate elevation to the amount. Yes so i try to figure that out. Because i saw four point two and i was like doesn't seem like much more to it didn't seem like for you that much well. I was anticipating coming in based on months of training around fifty two minutes having an eight minute rest but the course was so challenging it. I got it around fifty seven minutes so i think a lot of rest. When did you start this. Whole ultra racing. Why was i was a runner. I ran marathon since my twenties but once we had four before children under ten. That stopped and i will get a four mile three mile whenever here so i recommitted to this about three or four months ago. Yeah and do you do this to sarabi committed with. Yeah do i do races now no neither. I am doing a challenge in switzerland. I'm gonna swim bike and hike through swiss mountains. And doing that with richard branson about thirty five other entrepreneurs and is to raise money for education. So i'm not like my husband. What happened is i had too much tequila. Rich asked me. If i would do it. And i said sure. Now i'm like okay. I leave this friday coming up. I know this friday. And you know i just. I had to read the list of what i need. I need wetsuit to swim. In glacier lake and greasy or you're gonna be tweeting. oh yeah. I'm not going with the whole time. Exactly i was thinking about it. I didn't tell you this car right here. I was like what are what are things i should do for twenty hours and have jesse have to tackle. Yes maybe it should shop for twenty and you have to go with. Maybe we should just like lizzie. Emotional put on instagram. Make him step whole very good. How did you. How did you manage to do all the things that you do like watching your instagram. I think that's the question. Everyone asked that i asked myself and other people last when it show them because they show everyone of your instagram accounts. All the time mystery wagon well for me. I prioritize it. I really only have four main buckets. My family my business. My wellness things that are important to me friends charity. And if somebody doesn't fit into one of those buckets now really seeing no and i limited all the stuff that as much of the stuff that was time suck for me. When i was single. I could watch tv or sporting events that's changed for me so as you get older unit the change your system a little bit and the segue into your calendar very much so they don't make big count. I remember we had a. I don't have a big counter myself but we got a big we had. We started this business like a little less than five years ago. One thing when you have sales teams they would always come to be like. Oh this week's little slow. Four four for. July's on counter mortgage ally evans every year. That memorial day everyone giant calendar. And we're just like all the dates on the counter. Look we have the same holidays every year..

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"blakely" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"blakely" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"But none of this existed yet. I had the idea. She saw gap in the market and started building toward it. So i was doing two things. I was trying to determine if there was a marketplace beyond just my own thought. And what i wanted and at the same time i was iterating the product. Mind you sir. Had no background in fashion is on or close fabrication. But that didn't stop her. I tried to make the prototypes myself. I went to fabric stores and bought elastic and tried to like paper. Clip it to the end. And then i tried to so it. It was through the iteration of the prototype that i really started to love it and love what it could do for my wardrobe. Sarah loved her handmade versions but she quickly saw their limitations. She wanted to take it one step. Further by partnering with a manufacturing plant they could produce at capacity and this is a critical step for anyone developing idea. You have to surround yourself with people who can help remember. The river guides and shamans. That i am is explorer. Called on you have to surround yourself with this kind of network. Sarah didn't know anyone manufacturing but when she reached out to find them they instantly understood her vision. Right not exactly. No one took my call. Sarah couldn't get anyone to see the genius behind her. Simple idea footloose pantyhose. What's the point as an aside. I have a sneaking suspicion that sarah's speaking to mostly male manufacturers if she'd been pitching other women she may have found a willing partner more quickly because they would have understood the problem she was trying to solve. Great ideas get passed over because the people in charge. Just don't understand the issue. But i digress. I cold called. All the manufacturing plants. Every single person thought. This was the craziest idea. They didn't get it. But i ended up getting one manufacturer in north carolina. That called me. After i did my cold calling rounds begging all of these people to try to make my product he said sarah. I've decided to help make your crazy idea. He said the only reason why gave me the chance was my enthusiasm for the idea. He still didn't think it was a good idea. If you're a regular listener of the show you may remember. Episode was stewart butterfield. The founder and ceo slack. Remember what he said about getting people on board with your idea your ability to show your passion to tell the story of how you poured your blood sweat and tears into your product is just as important as the product itself and when you have a great story you'll bring people along andres our amazon explorer has another great example of how you get help in short you ask for it. Yeah at the very beginning. You're begging people to come pack. It's true you're begging people to come. You're asking anyone willing to help. My was the first person that helped me. I had a friend from high school cousins in peru cousins in nicaragua came down actually and helped out as well friends who are willing to donate time at the very beginning so it was really homegrown. I can pay anybody but people wanted that experience. You might not have the best and the brightest you might not be the best funded but is long as you've got a desire to move forward. I think that's where the change happens. That's it that's it as andreessen. Sarah stories both show. You don't need to start with an impressive or high powered network. All you need is passion. Persuasion and grit and sarah story is one of real grit. Remember she didn't have any experience with business or retail or fashion. I was just like okay. This might be my way out of selling fax machines and being able to sell something that actually really want to sell and love that i can provide. People makes total sense. Been one of my theories. About how scale businesses work you build a product that people love and then you scale it and so it's totally makes sense that you said look i cared about scale already coming into it right. That was the thing. And i cared about like. Could this be the ticket to transforming my life and and millions of people's lives. She was teaching herself how to realize every piece of this idea and that included something. I don't think we've mentioned yet. In twenty one.

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"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Although she lied about where she got the gun. Part of ruth story about the murder was true. David was supposed to pick her up around eight. Pm on friday april eighth but he never showed up when she tried to get in touch. He ignored her. Does men drove ruth to david's friend's house. The fin letters where she assumed he would be. Although his car was parked outside. He refused to come out and speak to her. Ruth saw red. David symbolized all of the abusive men in her life. People who used her in through her away like she was nothing. She was tired of being treated like trash if she couldn't hurt david. She would hurt his most prized possession while the heat inside the fin letters house. She bashed in his car windows the next day. Saturday april eighth. David didn't come home. Ruth who had stayed up all night waited until eight. Am to start calling him again. Then she sat by the phone waiting to hear from him. She didn't so ruth called desmond and ask him to pick her up throughout that saturday afternoon. Ruth and desmond drank then drove around looking for signs of david according to caroline lease book about the case ten-year-old andy was sent by himself to the zoo by early evening. Ruth was properly drunk. She decided they would continue their search for.

"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Although she lied about where she got the gun. Part of ruth story about the murder was true. David was supposed to pick her up around eight. Pm on friday april eighth but he never showed up when she tried to get in touch. He ignored her. Does men drove ruth to david's friend's house. The fin letters where she assumed he would be. Although his car was parked outside. He refused to come out and speak to her. Ruth saw red. David symbolized all of the abusive men in her life. People who used her in through her away like she was nothing. She was tired of being treated like trash if she couldn't hurt david. She would hurt his most prized possession while the heat inside the fin letters house. She bashed in his car windows the next day. Saturday april eighth. David didn't come home. Ruth who had stayed up all night waited until eight. Am to start calling him again. Then she sat by the phone waiting to hear from him. She didn't so ruth called desmond and ask him to pick her up throughout that saturday afternoon. Ruth and desmond drank then drove around looking for signs of david according to caroline lease book about the case ten-year-old andy was sent by himself to the zoo by early evening. Ruth was properly drunk. She decided they would continue their search for.

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"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Hi there bar or table table. Anybody else jining. You just meet a night unless you'd like to share a drain. I suppose i could. My name's david. You can call me ruthie. And what are you doing here. ruthie working. Of course wendy you get off soon and then what what you do my flats just twenty six year old ruth in twenty four year old. David soon spent the night together in her flat. She tried her best to hide her lower class origins while david did all he could to flaunt his wealth and status as much as she wanted to shrug david off. Ruth liked him a lot. Two weeks later he moved in with her. Ruth and david were an item but the hidde- things from each other. David wouldn't bring ruth home to meet his family likely because he didn't believe she was respectable. Ruth continued flirting at the bar with their customers when she needed to and was likely seeing other men. The nature of her work was a point of contention from the beginning. I've never been very good at poker. Here let me help you. Ruthie why right. Get your hands off the man shoulders. I'm just trying to see us cards. Why would you look at his cards if we're playing poker. Are you too stupid to know. That's cheating it's okay. I suppose you're quite comfortable with cheating anyway. Aren't you david. Aren't you or am. I imagining things. Am i imagining the way all those men at the little club. Look at you ruth. They look at you like they know you very well. I should be leaving now. David's jealousy and suspicion were constant. It was a strange dynamic in one. Ruth didn't fully understand until a couple of months later in november of nineteen fifty. Three one morning. She opened up the newspaper to see a report that said david blakely was engaged to be married to another woman. Ruth was furious. Suddenly their relationship made perfect sense. She realized she was never meant to be david's wife or even his girlfriend she was meant to be his mistress as secret shameful lover. It's unclear whether ruth was motivated by spite or by the desire to make david jealous but around this time she started growing closer to thirty one year old desmond cousin who she believed was in love with her soon desmond became more than just her close friend. They started sleeping together in the summer of nineteen fifty four. She told him about the abuse. David had subjected her to david. Gave me a black guy. You know a black eye in the parking lot outside the pub where he said i could finally meet his mother but he changed his mind and wouldn't let me in. We had a row about it. The problem was ruth had grown accustomed to abuse. It may have begun with her. Father was followed by predatory photographers club. Customers her ex husband and now david roof had never been in a healthy relationship and probably had no hope that one was even possible so she continued to put up with david's behavior. Even as seeds of resentment fury and self hatreds sprouted inside her as nineteen fifty four continued. Things became increasingly difficult to handle in july. David told ruth you've broken things off with his fiancee and promised to be faithful but only because his inheritance was running awfully low. Somehow he'd squandered the vast majority of his money on cars alcohol and of course other women inside. Ruth's flat tensions were high. I know what you've been up to. You must really think some kind of idiot unbutton your collar david. Show me the marks. All those other women left on you what marx. Don't act stupid these marks. These works right here off me. They flats david left but as usual he came back. He and ruth were caught in a cycle of violence. ruth's body was spotted with bruises and scratches. She was so much smaller than david. It was practically impossible for her to defend herself. The stress of the relationship took a major toll on her during one period. She reportedly drank around a half a bottle of gin and smoked up to fifty cigarettes a day. She was a nervous wreck living in an alcoholic fog slowly becoming unhinged from reality. Ruth lost her job at the little club. In december nineteen fifty. Four with nowhere else to go and andy moved in with desmond. Still ruth was very much in love with david. They continued sleeping together every so often and in march nineteen fifty. Five ruth found out. She was pregnant with david's child with a baby on the way ruth might have imagined. The pregnancy would change david's behavior but the patterns of the past prevailed according to ruth in the final days of march. She in david had a horrible fight. He left her bruised in her ear. Temporarily deafened at one point he hit her in the stomach which may have resulted in a miscarriage. Likely that this was. Ruth's breaking point. She'd spent her life being pushed around in abused. She could get past bruises but this. This was unforgivable. Ruth was grieving the loss of her child but she was also nursing a new emotion. Pure unadulterated hatred. It might have been around this time. During the first week of april nineteen fifty five that she asked desmond to take her out for target practice. Your aims getting better still needs more work though.

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"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

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"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

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"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

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"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

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02:42 min | 1 year ago

"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Hi it's leany. I'll be back next week with a brand new episode of crimes of passion. Until then let's finish up. The ruth ellis story with part two of my handpicked episode from solved murders. If you enjoy it be sure to follow solved. Murders exclusively on spotify due to the graphic nature of this murder case listener discretion is advised. This episode includes dramatization in discussions of murder assault pregnancy loss in suicide that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen in.

"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"blakely" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Hi it's leany. I'll be back next week with a brand new episode of crimes of passion. Until then let's finish up. The ruth ellis story with part two of my handpicked episode from solved murders. If you enjoy it be sure to follow solved. Murders exclusively on spotify due to the graphic nature of this murder case listener discretion is advised. This episode includes dramatization in discussions of murder assault pregnancy loss in suicide that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen in.

New Zealand Airport Worker Tests Positive Day After Bubble Opens

Evenings with David Astle

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

New Zealand Airport Worker Tests Positive Day After Bubble Opens

"Case of covered 19 in a New Zealand airport workers raised questions over the future of the trans Tasman travel bubble. It's being just over a day since the bubble opened, allowing quarantine free travel between Australia and New Zealand. It's understood the worker who's tested positive contracted the virus after being fully vaccinated, the bubble remains open, Experts say. One positive case isn't cause for alarm, epidemiologist Professor Tony Blakely says it's no reason to doubt the effectiveness of vaccines. Obviously, the fixing works at two different levels. One is that stopped you getting very sick and also it hopefully stopped. You getting infected and passed it off. It was always gonna be some fair euro. Now they're using fires from the center figure. It's probably only temp scenes also

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ASP's Favorite Things

Advanced Selling Podcast

09:47 min | 1 year ago

ASP's Favorite Things

"This is the advanced selling. Podcast list of tools gear people and things you need to be following things you need to have in the bag so analysts tools that we recommend people that we follow books that we read or listen to anything else. This is going to be a quick rapid. Here's they are not a lot of depth into them but you can go research them on your own but we get asked all the time. So what books do you read. What podcast you listen to what tools you use. Well we're going to tell you that in this episode. That's what we're going to do. So it's gonna be like a list big list and then you can go check them out and hopefully someone's gov a great tool. Thank you for telling me that. So these are in no order than no order. I've got him in order. Yes you want to put them in order now. That'll that'll take agree. So because i've got some. I've got some tools. Some software some gear some gear stuff than calling people. I follow so also kinda start. You bet software app that everybody needs to have on their chrome as an extension as crystal knows c. r. y. s. T. a. l. k. w. ws s. Crystal knows it's a preparation tool for any conversation. You have with someone. It essentially looks at their lincoln profile. Organizes there that information at finds into a disc profile which is a really easy to understand personality profile better than that though. It teaches you how to talk to them. That has a conversation coach. Based on what. I'm going to be talking to the person about and the modality that i'm gonna use to talk to them so basically says i need to email bill to make a good first impression and it gives you a little sound bytes based on bills linked in profile. And it's amazing. Everybody should use crystal nose. Crm s keynote abuse by the way none of these people were affiliated with right right. There's no need advertiser huge talked about talked about four and it's good good My first one is rev dot com read on com. Rav a dictation service Let's imagine you leave a meeting and you want to dictate A follow up email. You will describe your phone. Open up the revs. Aft- dictated now. You can do the same thing with siri but ravitch's really reliable Person on the. There's a human being you're actually dictates. Transcribes it if it's longer form it's probably better like if you wanted to Dictate an article or you think. There's a really good idea for an article you can dictate. Let them do it. And then come back and modify edited. But i think it's a great time saver it's about a buck and a quarter a minute so it's pretty reasonable. Chances are you're not going to have really long things you're going to be doing in there. But dot com is one of my favorite tools. Love it my next one. That i doubt a lot. Same deal no affiliation whatsoever. Huge fan of gong dot com. Many of you have heard of that. Were power users here at our firm and it is such a useful tool for coaching and for self evaluation of Sales conversation and you get data back from gung dot com. That talks about things you should and shouldn't do in the sales process. All based on data and artificial intelligence is fantastic. Gung dot com Recommend any sales leader listening to this to go check them out against affiliation with podcast so de fan big fan Might second one is A twenty dollar tripod. That i cannot all in on We're going to start doing some youtube shorts. I don't know if you're familiar with youtube shorts but They're all vertical. You see them on the shelf underneath your main youtube feed. So if you're on your mobile you'll start to see these. You're kind of wondering what they are. They're called shorts and they're less than a minute and but they have to be vertical. So you can do a short for youtube and also repurpose it on instagram. Or or one of the other verticals sites. But you need. You need a tripod. if you're going to do any kind of stuff like that. I think the days of holding it for certain things but if you're going to produce something that you want hundreds of thousands of people to see i think you need some kind of stable base for your found Tripods are easy amazing. How many how few people have them. Twenty dollar version is not a floor. Length just sits on your desk and it's really makes a real easy to record. I love twenty bucks on amazon twenty bucks amazon bills amazon link kidding okay. Here's i'm gonna go to people follow. I've got three people. One of them's kind of one of them comes as a package deal. I guys get him. David meltzer david meltzer. We've had David on the podcast Was a big time big time. Sports agent Unfortunately lost a an enormous amount of money and that incident actually changed his life the he would say for the better and he is one of the most giving talented Gracious humble smart intelligent coaches. You could follow if you don't follow david meltzer's shame on you. You'll find him anywhere online on instagram. He does free. Coaching sessions every friday every friday. He's doing something and just a really really great Human being everyone who listens to this show should follow david meltzer. Also i've never been on one of his Friday morning calls if you have i have. Yeah they're just they're just outstanding just outstanding he's so giving and he doesn't for free and they're usually maxed out because people love what he says to do. He just great fan. That's good. I've got one to follow here. His name is peter crone. Cro n e. You know peter. I don't yeah. I didn't either until i saw him on Saw him interviewed by aubrey. Marcus who owns on it. He founded the company called on its online and nutrition company but aubrey has a podcast. And it's one of those things you like. I don't ever heard of peter cronin. I'm not gonna listen to that. I'm gonna go with some. i thought. Well what the hell. Maybe i'll learn something and this guy is really good. He's a performance coach. Lives in england. just look up anything he does because he talks about the mindset and the mentalities at a whole different level than you and i are talking about him but i think you'll like him. Peter crown zero. Lots of lots podcast. That's the best thing about doing this drills get to learn all this stuff to see. Yeah i'm making a lot of notes. Bill my hand on my whiteboard over k next to follow for me as a married couple Very very successful married couple in great just human beings. My opinion jesse. It's ler and sara blakely sara blakely founded spanks. Oh yeah one of the most successful self made women in the world and jesse it's ler is also self made is in a He has a a thing called life. Resumes all about experiences. He's an ultra marathoner and those two together are comedic dual like no other. And they're they've got four little kids if you don't follow them on instagram. You need to follow both of them. They're just hilarious. They put out great content. Very inspiring people talk about them being like a billionaire couple. That seems just absolutely normal and down to earth. Because i think they are jesse it's slur. It and sara blakely follow them. Didn't jesse it's ler do some kind of a like a training challenge or something. He did went on. He does a cold plunge challenge. He's gone back. Hof is a guy on wim hof place for a cold you know. He's got to go plug lunch exactly but he does it. Lots of things around performance great. Yeah he just did a fifteen minute fifteen incline fifteen minute challenge put your treadmill at fifteen incline and run for fifteen minutes and see how far you can get. Wow at like last week while it's crazy. Yeah so yeah. I've heard of him. I don't follow him. that's good. that's good let's see Here's a book. That i sound really good especially for sales professionals who are looking to build their brand their personal brand. And the guy's name is chris. Ducker the rise of the new twra. Noor line entrepreneur new partner. It's been out for a couple of years. Might have heard of it. But chris i follow. Chris have been do a little bit of coaching with him. And he's really. His book is really good when it comes to building your personal brand Not like you're not like being a enter an instagram influence or in your in your brand in your business that you're in how do you portray yourself. How do you talk about yourself. It's really good. It's really good and it. It'll stretch you thomas. The book will stretch you. It's called the rise of the poor. Chris tucker. I would recommend that book. The book i'm going to recommend is a great life book but it will transfer into your sales life and one of my favorite books. I listen to this book. Called the book of joy and it's an interview with the dalai lama am bishop desmond. Tutu diamond desmond tutu. And they are both very very joyful people and have had lots of pain in their lives and they're interviewed by a reporter. Who just as a brilliant job. Just pulling out their life stories together intertwining it. And they talk about the difference between happiness and joy and fulfillment and It's a really really good heart opening a book. I found that will absolutely have you show up differently in sales life. The book of joy with desmond tutu the dalai

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What's on Your Life Resume

Leadership and Loyalty

05:21 min | 1 year ago

What's on Your Life Resume

"All right. Let's strip it down. Die right in as alita whether you're a ceo someone in the c. Suite a sales leader or leader in any capacity in a marketplace where everyone from entry level to see is changing jobs and careers faster than every point in history. We better have a great resume. But i you actually focusing on the right things and what does it take to build a resume that is relevant in order to in order to make the impact you one of make. Well stay tuned because you're bound to find out our guest on this episode is jesse iceland. Jesse is one of the most impressive resumes out there. He started the world's first private jet company. Machi jets became the world's largest private jet cod company with a five billion dollar come consummate sales prior to the acquisition by warren buffett's company. He has partnered him and his sold zico. Coconut water to coca cola. Here's the number one bestselling author of living with a seal and his latest book living with the monks. He's run a hundred miles nonstop and he's passion for football is made him one of the owners of the atlanta hawks so he and on top of all that. If there's no pressure enough he's also the data four and he's married to the spank founder. Sara blakely why isn gentlemen put your hands together a welcome to have your make took a while to get this to happen them. Really happy that you're with us. Thank you thank. You think it'll be man appreciate you have miat. It's an absolute pleasure. Now you are a guy who has to say has lived outside of the box is a is a gross understatement on through also speaker endurance athlete. You even a rapa. Most people probably wouldn't even know that because they're probably too young to know that you've done all that and at the same time one of the things you know what i speak about is being an authentic leader and one of the things that i've watched as i've watched over your history over all those years is changing. Hack your change. The way addressed bit. But jesse seems to have stayed the same told to us about the poll and the pressure to be something else. Start marquis jets. You probably felt puerto of suit and tie stain staying authentic. Yeah i think one of the reasons by the successful marquis jet in these other ventures. I've been able to fight through that impulse to to be something out. Not so i've always stayed in my lane by lane get a little bit different a little unconventional unorthodox. But it's my lane. And that's where i'm most comfortable in and I've always been able to keep my own spirit throughout all my different journeys. I've worn a lot of different hats. But i never really conform been you know one of the early lessons. I learned as an entrepreneur is the importance of differentiation in You know bor- boring doesn't really work. Always tried to not just be myself in. Its works for me and I always. I'm always asking myself of how different. How different house might teach different. But it didn't authentic way too so going back in time because you know i read about you being a couch surfer with revolt on a spot. Oh the council along the way while really sort of looking for yourself. is that pre the rap days aura. That after that no stink between the ages of nineteen to twenty two. I slept on. I think eighteen different couches. My friends couches all the way trying to figure out. Exactly what that may looked like for me Trying to land on my feet at a lotta egg on my face early at a lot of egg on my face later on in my life. I've had some big wins but part of the journey is having lost. His two and i was lucky man. When i started out i started out in the music. Business no connections my father on the plumbing supply house and i lived in la. I got signed to a record label. I got dropped from the label. And i moved back to new york with two things on my resume i was a kiddie pool attendant and i was rapper. That was going to get a job on wall street. So i relied on friends to take me in until i kind of found my way so i never forgot that. I've never forgot the opportunity that was afforded to me about people believed in nate. Even when i had nothing was a big part of of what ultimately shaped me a lot of times in my journey even marquee before the five billion sales that you mentioned there are a lot of times where this is gonna work. I can't do this. I'm not qualified No aviation experience. We had no airplanes while we started and But through that young those early days of couch surfing as you like to call it it. The tremendous guilt adjustments medic grit. And that was probably the number. One is saying grits the number one indicator of future success. But for me. That was a big a big thing that never accurately man even now still had shot mentality. That never left me

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15-Year-Old Chicago Girl Shot, Critically Wounded In Fernwood Amid Shooting Spree From South Side To Evanston

WGN Showcase

01:22 min | 1 year ago

15-Year-Old Chicago Girl Shot, Critically Wounded In Fernwood Amid Shooting Spree From South Side To Evanston

"Spree that spans six locations from the far South side. The Evanston with the shooter killed by police, it began in Hyde Park when police say 32 year old Jason Nightingale killed a U. F C student in a parking garage. He then shot two women in an East end apartment building lobby. One was the security guard who died. Gloria Blakely lives there at the Barclay I can't even process this now that someone would come in a loving and shoot someone. I mean, she's been here for often on as a door staff for maybe the last five years or so. Nothing ever like this has happened. I'm just devastated. The gunman, then carjacked a man and drove to a South side store shot another man dead and critically hurt in 81 year old woman. He then shot a teen girl in the back seat of a car. She's in critical condition. After all those shootings in Chicago, the gunmen ended up in Evanston. Just across the border. WGN's burn a tumble T has more on that. Case initially got there first called the Battle of this around 5 30 this afternoon, and that call was about shots fired at the CVS. Here at the intersection. We're told 32 year old Jason Latin Gail, the suspect, then cross the street to the IHOP. Took a woman hostage and shot her in the neck. He then we're told cross the street, and that's where he was confronted by Evanston. Police on a shoot out ensued. The gunman was killed in the shootout. Still no word on a motive. The woman in the IHOP she's in critical condition at this hour.

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"blakely" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"blakely" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"All of us here. I am Adam Kaufman having Valenti took our producer and of course a voice on this program as he often is week-to-week and a shrug Blakely someone that we have not had on this show in in a little while since last season anyway doesn't been a long long time. But of course very familiar with this work covering the Celtics over the last several years and one to welcome him on this show and across many others. I'm sure to the clns family as host of or co-host. I should be fair to the A-list podcast, which you can certainly check out clips from an entire shows from on the clns media Network YouTube page among other places sure on how long you buddy. Happy holidays same to you my friend glad to see you're glad to see a Syracuse guys finally get a chance to work together. I know it's all three of us. It's great. The trilogy has been for a job. Yes, it's like there's something as a black comedian people from you know new house at all anywhere, you know, like give us around here. Yeah, right. Yes, some may say there's too much Syracuse on this is no such thing as a you know that I you know that I would invite those people to just listen to something else. That's all they'll find the other two. Yeah. I just got you know this. It's just been like the most lackluster basketball season to start in a long time. I you know, look I wasn't we had good teams when I was there. I'll just say that, you know, they were ranked number one twice. It was a good old days quote unquote of Johnny Flynn Paul hair, you know Harris dievendorf. I didn't go all the way back to Pearl Washington, but I had some good teams. I was I was lucky that I had good teams there cuz now I don't even talk more after all have to get both you real quick. Well, so is it time for is it time for paying on to be done? Know.

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Have the 'Bad Boys' Pistons been overlooked in NBA history?

The Cedric Maxwell Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Have the 'Bad Boys' Pistons been overlooked in NBA history?

"Had a great relationship that you're going to bring some of the stuff that you when you cover the bad boys the Pistons. Yes, your relationship. Someone will break horn and those guys in that area some new insight because now we're especially with the day of covet we're supposed to live through the past and you know the big dance the last dance with with Michael was such a huge thing that happened. The Pistons were right in the middle or at the end of the beginning or the ending of where Michael started. Yeah. Yeah, and and and for me, you know, I I was around that team at a time when they took the Pinnacle of NBA greatness. And so there are lots of stories that you know, I have stored away. I mean like when I was there when they won the title in 2004 would rip Hamilton and Chauncey Billups and all those guys and they were little things that they did that people didn't realize played a role in winning a title things like Larry Brown, for example, the first play of every single game if they went to jail ball was get that damn ball to Ben Wallace and let him go to work because big fella knew he wasn't touching the rock much at all if at all after that, so they made a point of getting him the ball first possession every single time. They got the ball in office and they just cleared out and let him go to work and if he scored great if he didn't we gave you a shot. It's little things like that that helped them build team. Chemistry and bonding and Trust knowing that hey going to get you twenty-five Thirty points, but if you don't do the big fella bone and you going to get you 15 Reba, I don't know any other brothers often times. I can think of that had developed that kind of chemistry and I was on the championship teams. We liked each other but with those pills like those dudes would suck blood brothers. Like, you know, it's like the way they think the way they perform it was like bad boys in the years that bad boys for life like that movie that's just seemed like the way they were

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Creativity as a Mechanism to Win

Social Strength Founder's Podcast

06:28 min | 1 year ago

Creativity as a Mechanism to Win

"Creativity as a mechanism to win. What yes that's what. I'm talking about right now. I have been just in love with my own process lately and it involves a mindset as well as a time management hack and one. I'm talking about is i work on my money making projects as my core focus of my day. That has not changed. But what has changed. Is you know grinding. It out for four years plus on doing own gig. Sometimes i get stuck or frustrated or like burnt out for lack of a better word and rather than going. Okay send a day to quit. Seven o'clock tune out. Watch some netflix six. Instead of doing that. I have implemented something else which is far more satisfying and it is. I have a set of creative projects that i'm doing and allotting time for for myself and if i do it right i can also learn. New skill sets while satisfying the creative side of my soul. So it has professional benefits as well as sole benefits as well as productivity benefits like. It's just a whoop. It's an alignment so let me explain the for myself. It might be different for you but for me. One of One project. I can think of as i wanted to learn some harmonies and lay them down on audio software. Just for fun. Because i love harmonizing and with the pandemic it's hard to get together in person and harmonize with people So i just was like well elite. How my own tracks harmonized with myself. Because it's so enjoyable. And i did that. So he became more familiar with Recording software and how to to do what i needed to do with multiple tracks et cetera. So that was a skill that i'm building and singing is obviously the harmonizing is really enjoyable So that satisfies decreed site. And then i was like well. I want to be able to quickly make any audio files. That i produce into videos so i was like all right. Quick hack and learn that real quick check and then just keep going so. That's one and then another one i have is. Oh then. this is totally frivolous inhale. Larry is and that's why i love it. L. being in my creative project rotation is that i've set up in my library. A mike stand and on it is god a microphone. Obviously and then an audio processor with the gain and everything and i plug it right into my phone. Start taking video and my dream for the for. The project is to have gene. Eat some healthy snacks and do like little. Asmar videos because it's so funny. Like i would love for him to be tic tac famous. And i don't even know dog. Asmar is something people like because it might be actually disgusting. Like i don't care. So i'm not really looking at it as like oh i'm gonna make my career out of making dog. Asmar no it's more just hilarious to me the thought of it as genre but then it also gives me more experience with equipment and working with my dog in creating content from a totally different angle and also video editing and tiktok. It's fun So those are just some examples for me. So it's it's kind of amazing you can just be working on your money making projects and then if you get stuck or you get tired Rather than just being like. I'm done for the day. That's it you just switch gears and you activate the creative part of your brain and if you do it right you can also pick up new skills on the side just for fun teaching yourself a whole manner of things and this is in addition to taking master classes or learning from your favorite business. People like i love. Jay abraham so much and radio and sara blakely and barbara corcoran and mark cuban. Of course i'm very aligned with him on social justice as well as how he approaches his whole entire career so anyway that is super fun. I wanted to talk to you guys about that. L. creativity is a mechanism win. And when no if you're doing that is well. I know a lot of people like engineering types to have multiple interests. They kinda tend to do this naturally so they just go from thing to think to think especially if they're like adhd so yeah. I've just really taken a lot of joy in this approach because it makes me feel like instead of like i'm not enough. I didn't complete you know solving this problem. That i've wanted to solve for three days. You know instead of feeling like that feeling and going. I gotta call it a night and just go watch some amazon prime. You know some movie instead of doing that. It's like i'm to. I'm a shelf this for now. And i'm going to activate a different part of my brain know because some of us are both analytical and creative

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Sara Blakely of Spanx: Ideas are Most Vulnerable When They're Brand New

How I Built This

07:48 min | 2 years ago

Sara Blakely of Spanx: Ideas are Most Vulnerable When They're Brand New

"Today. They of course. Thanks is an international brand and Sarah is a billionaire and you'll discover here is that she's also super open about the strategies. Used to stay stay confident and optimistic. When she was just getting started? I WANNA go back to one thousand nine hundred eight when I experimented when you cut the feet the legs of pantyhose any hose and began to design. What would become eventually spanks pockets? You said something to me that I've I've never forgotten and I'm going to quote here. You said ideas Are At their most vulnerable. When their brand new yes in other words that's when people say oh it's GonNa work socks is stupid? Forget it so great. Why didn't other people do it? You decided not to pretty much not to tell anybody to keep it a secret and it was for that reason because you knew that you would be discouraged. Yes now I shared my idea with people who could help me move it. Forward like a patent attorney the people in the manufacturing plants but I decided. I wasn't going to tell anybody just to say. Hey what do you think of this for awhile. Ideas are the most vulnerable in their infancy and we all have amazing ideas. I'm a believer. That everybody in their lifetime has has at least one million dollar idea maybe even a billion dollar idea but as our inclination as humans to immediately turn to our right or left and say to our friend or coworker husband and wife and say hey I have this idea what do you think and out of love and concern. They'll say well you know if it's such a great idea. Why isn't anybody done on it or things like that and then you end up spending all of your time defending it and explaining it rather than pursuing it? And so I pursued the I dea spanks for one year before I told anybody. I sat my family down. I said guys you ready. All they knew was Sara's working on some crazy idea they they didn't know what it was and I sat down and I said Okay Ready. It's footloose pantyhose right. You can imagine the response and they were like what what. And then I got all the out of total love. If it's such a good idea Sara why does it already exist and honey even if this is a a good idea you're going to spend your five thousand dollars in savings and within six months the big guys could just knock you right out of the water and I think I really believe that had I heard with that in the minute that I had the idea and cut the feet out of my pantyhose. I really think I would not have started spanks. You think if you would've told people or your family and friends or the people who sort of judgment you know could have affected. You would have given up or I just would have been easily. Let that one fly fly right out the window and just been like. Yeah okay. Maybe you're right but I also I had set intention for an idea two years before this and that also helped me so I sold fax machines door to door for seven years and I was always kicked out of buildings. PEOPLE WOULD RIP UP MY BUSINESS CARD in my face all the time and one day I had had such a particularly bad day I pulled off the side of the road and that's when I thought I'm in the wrong movie like call the director or call the producer. Call the writer later. This is not my life and I wrote down what I was good at in my apartment. I'm like what are you good at Erin in my good column was sales and I started asking myself. What is it about sales that I liked? Mike and I realized I really liked selling somebody something that they needed or would improve their live and I wrote down. I'm going to invent something that I can sell to millions of people that that will make them feel good and then I looked up and I said I need the idea and so two years later when I cut the feet out of my pantyhose to go to a party I had never worked in fashion or retail but I cut the feet out and I solved this undergarment issue kind of because they rolled up my legs all night but but I you know I looked smooth. I had no lines and I thought this should exist for women but because I had said that intention and been so clear what the universe two years prior and said please give me the idea. I believe ideas are gifts from the universe and I think they're very precious and I think the minute we get them. We should write them down. Instantly I think carrying the same style notebook with me for twenty years and now mostly used my phone but I keep a log of every thought an idea that I think could potentially be something thing you know. I think about your story a lot because in those early days where you're going door to door selling fax machines getting doors slammed in your face at wonder group that built resiliency. Did you have to be exposed to that kind of rejection. In order to be able to start this company one hundred percent. I believe that cold calling rolling is one of life's greatest trainings. I had to learn how to be quick on my feet. I had to learn how to win somebody over quickly I had to learn to get to the heart the matter in a sales scenario very quickly which is when I learned. What's in it for them and get to the point very quickly and don't sell the product? Sell the problem you're solving. I learned all this through massive mega trial and error and door after door. Slamming in my face and that helped me so much respect because for the first two years I was working on spanks spanks at night and on the weekends while I was still selling fax machines by day and that I got told no for those basically no which I just want to point out if you invent something or if you're an innovator it means you're doing something that's different than how everybody else is doing it. You're going to hear the word now. That's cool if I mean if you say you had told people about this idea people who loved and cared about you maybe some with them would've said Hey. Why don't you go work for Fashion Company for a couple of years and get experience in the industry and learn about it and learn the INS and outs and then you know you? You'll know what to do. You'll have connections and so on breath wonder if you in some ways you had a sort of an intuitive advantage given that you you told me on the show. Oh you didn't know anything about the industry right. I mean that's really logical advice. Get right especially as a parent to a child like go get experience before you go. I do this. So there's a very high likelihood I would have heard that right away and you know one of the things. My life was so bad when I was selling fax machines door to door and I had this conversation one time with my dad and he said honey you live in Atlanta now go get a job at CNN. or go work at coke and this voice inside of me said but then I might be content. And and I thought I need to be miserable right now like I need to stay miserable because if I stay in rock bottom and I'm this unhappy. I'm going to ensure that I am willing to take some sort of a leap that terrifies me but I mean even early on. You didn't ask for permission. I mean didn't ask for permission when you went to Neiman and Marcus I mean your products display in the back of the hosiery section syrup tissue next to the cash register so people would notice them. And you didn't ask for permission and you almost like you were fearless you. Wouldn't you weren't worried about the consequences of doing those kinds of things. Yeah I'm definitely not fearless. I'm courageous -rageous and there's a big difference. I'm afraid of so many things like those days that I moved the stand when no one gave me permission to I was shaking but I believe the differences that courage is doing things despite fear and we build our courage muscle by continuing to just face it and do it but I was terrified. Fight during all of those steps I will say that. I think being an entrepreneur and charting your own course especially if we're going to be doing things different than how everybody else does it which is where real change and innovation for society

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Spanx founder buys Olivia Newton-John's 'Grease' pants, says they were inspiration for legging line

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Spanx founder buys Olivia Newton-John's 'Grease' pants, says they were inspiration for legging line

"The founder of the foundation garments company spanks says she was the winning bidder for the skin tight pants a Libyan Newton John war in the nineteen seventy eight movie grease AP entertainment correspondent Margie's our letter reports thanks founder Sir Blakely tells CBS this morning she was the one who bid one hundred sixty two thousand five hundred dollars this past weekend for the satin pants that had to be sewn onto a livia Newton John for the final scene of Greece according to Blakely those pants inspired the black faux leather leggings that spring cells she says she plans to hang the pants at the springs headquarters in Atlanta John so she's excited Blakely bought the pants she sang a Blakely's wedding the jacket Newton John war in that scene sold to a different better for just over two hundred forty three thousand dollars

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Spanx founder buys Olivia Newton-John's 'Grease' pants

AP Media News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Spanx founder buys Olivia Newton-John's 'Grease' pants

"Spanx founder Sir Blakely tells CBS this morning she was the one who bid one hundred sixty two thousand five hundred dollars this past weekend for the satin pants that had to be sewn onto a livia Newton John for the final scene of Greece according to Blakely those pants inspired the black faux leather leggings that spring cells she says she plans to hang the pants at the springs headquarters in Atlanta John so she's excited Blakely bought the pants she sang a Blakely's wedding the jacket Newton John war in that scene sold to a different better for just over two hundred forty three thousand dollars I'm Marty Charlotta

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Spanx founder buys Olivia Newton-John's 'Grease' pants

AP Media News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Spanx founder buys Olivia Newton-John's 'Grease' pants

"Spanx founder Sir Blakely tells CBS this morning she was the one who bid one hundred sixty two thousand five hundred dollars this past weekend for the satin pants that had to be sewn onto a livia Newton John for the final scene of Greece according to Blakely those pants inspired the black faux leather leggings that spring cells she says she plans to hang the pants at the springs headquarters in Atlanta John so she's excited Blakely bought the pants she sang a Blakely's wedding the jacket Newton John war in that scene sold to a different better for just over two hundred forty three thousand dollars I'm Marty Charlotta

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US Rep. Joe Kennedy of Massachusetts set to announce Democratic primary challenge to US Sen. Edward Markey

Nightside with Dan Rea

02:09 min | 3 years ago

US Rep. Joe Kennedy of Massachusetts set to announce Democratic primary challenge to US Sen. Edward Markey

"But first. thank you to the Kennedy campaign. it would be Joe Kennedy the third because it's been announced that Joseph Kennedy the third will challenge at marking for the U. S. Senate seat I have no horse in this race I just want to say thank you because it gives us something to chew on for the first couple of hours here on nights side this is not a surprise. for anyone because most of us. ed heard the rumblings over the last several weeks about Kennedy and about the Blakely hood that he would be running and this announcement will be made on Saturday Saturday morning in East Boston officially but right now I can tell you that everything being equal this is a as John Kelly said and you heard him during the newscast shaping up to be a fascinating primary race primaries in March of twenty twenty and of course people are focusing on the president's primary presidential primary but this is going to be quite a run so the question I'm going to pose to you. if you're just finding this news out and it's again just breaking tonight is simply does the Kennedy magic continue to work in Massachusetts obviously Joe Kennedy the third is. one elections now a couple of times he's proven to be a hard working and from all accounts about what you think of this policy is a very decent young man young man thirty eight years old that's young to some of us but is the Kennedy magic enough to overcome someone of ed Markey statues been in Congress for what for five decades it seems since the mid seventies I believe. are you inclined to. immediately looked to Joe Kennedy as a prospective winner because the polls show and pulls a very skip the very it's very early the polls do show him with a rather impressive lead early on again it doesn't mean much at this time because no one's

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The 3-Step Process That Leads to Business Success

The Frankie Boyer Show

03:47 min | 3 years ago

The 3-Step Process That Leads to Business Success

"Our first guest today is the CEO of creative center of America. She's a Forbes coaches council coach who works with business. Leaders emerging experts nonprofit professionals and creative talents who are building their brand and Robin Blakely. Welcome back. Hey, thank you for having me, Frankie, still you have a different philosophy. You know, when we when we hear about business we hear about. The conversations are not really filled with any kind of fun or humor. They just aren't campaign. That's true. Yes. Ambi through but you're putting fun back into business. How are you doing that? Well, one of the things that we really think fun is a is a foundation for creative thinking, so we are wanting to look at things in a different manner. We use a lot of toys and games in our you know, to to illustrate concepts, and and it just lighten the mood. It gets people thinking and looking at things differently when you're having fun. And if it's directed fund, it's a certain kind of fun that we like to focus people toward, but when they're having fun. There's this opportunity for creative thinking to happen. And when you have great if thinking it leads to innovation and that leads to you know, success. So you say that fun can ignite a three step process that leads to business success. What are the steps because every time I've ever had a conversation with with people about. Outings? And I did a couple of painting parties for a few years. I did those painting parties and. I remember we did a couple of corporate events. And it was the most amazing thing to see people get out of their their shells and paint and let loose and have fun and the connection and the the the. So exciting to see the admirations. They had preach other. It was so in the low laughter. It did never stopped laughing. That that's well that that part is really relational and such a connection between people when they can, you know, kind of get away from the stuffy atmosphere, and and kind of get to know each other on a human level. But one of the things that we're thinking about when you're on your talking about this three step process. You know when and having fun be part of it. Big success is usually tracked down to an awful moment. When you when that moment when you thought of something big or he thought of something new or there was something different or innovative about an approach. And so what we're wanting to think about is how to focus on that. How do we make it possible for that big aha moment to happen? And we know that it's possible when there's a certain kind of fun there. You know, when we set the stage for creative thinking when when when it's like a like when you open the box, and you're gonna play monopoly or your opening the box in playing the game of life. We want to open that box. And and help guide you toward a particular kind of thinking. So we want it to be fun. We want to have the creative thinking guided we want to open that door to innovation. And that's where everything goes, you know, where those all home moments happen. You know, when that innovations directed business success will happen until it's fun. And then create a thought then innovation, and that's where the business successes is

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Westminster, Houston and Eightieth discussed on Thom Hartmann

Thom Hartmann

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Westminster, Houston and Eightieth discussed on Thom Hartmann

"Rescue equipment to successfully extricate them from the car no word on the condition of the two riders who fell but they were conscious when they were taken to the hospital the investigator general's report detailing errors made by the fbi leading up to the two thousand sixteen election calls former fbi director james comey quote end subordinate admonishing him for disclosing information related to the hillary clinton investigation report did find komi use a personal email account to conduct unclassified fbi business that fact was not lost on hillary clinton she tweeted sarcastically but my emails she believes that komi costs her this election abc's pierre thomas reporting the white house is firing back at the new york state attorney general's office accusing it of political bias after the state filed a lawsuit against the trump foundation now the suit accuses president trump and members of his family of using the foundation for business and political purposes and the president said that it was the disciples of eric schneiderman who ended up bringing this on behalf of the democrats it's barbara underwood who's been a career type of prosecutor and she is the one bringing this and in fact she pushed back on this notion that this is just schneiderman works he said this is not some sali's political trick she said this is a lawsuit alleging violations of charities law in in new york state and it's nothing more than that abc's aaron katersky brent blakely michael cohen's lawyer the stormy daniels case has filed a motion for a restraining order to stop daniels lawyer michael luvin ati from communicating with the press and or public regarding the merits of the case in the motion bakery says mr evans on a publicity tour this is abc news koa newsradio time is twelve oh two one person has been arrested in connection to a shooting in westminster on thursday afternoon that left one child dead and the woman and child with critical injuries the man injured in the shooting expected to survive the shooting happened near eightieth and sheridan in westminster just after three o'clock no lie gant was next door working in a kitchen at rusty's and i can hear the gentleman told the police officer that was a younger gentleman that was shot multiple rounds he had been hit multiple times houston daughter was it sounded like.

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Russia expels 23 British diplomats

02:08 min | 4 years ago

Russia expels 23 British diplomats

"Kapiti director the cia to be the first woman to head the agency but john kerry aku former cia counterterrorism officer says i think gina hassles nomination sends the wrong message to the workforce that you can be involved in something as odious torture and you can still get promoted but now questions have been raised about the credibility of those charges that interview later this hour and later russian record on nerve gas weapons and daniel mallory orangeburg reekastro stories as remakes his life i our newscast saturday march seventeen two thousand eighteen live from npr news in washington i'm barbara kline president trump is calling this a great day for democracy part of the tweet referring to last night's firing of deputy fbi director andrew mccabe npr's john stemp and reports mccabe was let go two days before his expected retirement the internal fbi investigation recommended mccain's dismissal for a lack of candor about his dealings with a reporter mccabe called his firing politically motivated mccabe claimed the president drove the firing wanting to destroy mccain's reputation and possibly strip him of his pension after twenty one years in the fbi npr's don stamping lawyers for president trump are seeking twenty million dollars in damages from porn star stormy daniels who claimed she had an affair with trump in two thousand six they say she broke a nondisclosure agreement at least twenty times trump's lawyers the blakely law group is also asking for the lawsuit by daniels seeking to nullify the agreement be moved from a state to a federal court daniels is seeking to invalidate the nondisclosure agreement this marks the first time president trump has become directly involved in the case he via gently denies an affair diplomatic tensions between britain and russia are escalating moscow's giving twentythree british diplomats one week to leave the country it's in retaliation for the uk's expulsion of russian diplomats and for accusing the kremlin of being behind a nerve agent attack on a former russian spy living in england russia also says it's shutting down the british council and britain's consulate general in saint petersburg prime minister theresa may says britain is undeterred many russians have made this country and those were bide by our laws and make a contribution to our society will always be welcome but we will never tolerate a threat to the life of krishna citizens and others on british soil from the russian government a congressional candidate in.

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