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Fresh update on "ceo" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ceo" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"WTO P, money news at 25 and 55. Here's Tracy junkie. This is a Bloomberg, money minute. COVID-19 rapidly made dozens of people into billionaires. Their fortunes crumbled even more quickly. The tale of a lot of these companies is just they were in the right place at the right time for an unfortunately really tragic pandemic. Ryan tapada is a Bloomberg editor, his focus is wealth and his team identified 58 people who were vaulted into the billionaire ranks by COVID, such as Stefan benzel, the CEO of Moderna, was worth $15 billion at the peak last year, and carvana cofounder Ernie Garcia worth $22 billion. Their net worth has since fallen around 80%. Chapada says the pullback started around a year ago. In part because of the Federal Reserve, but also because delta wave was receding and all of a sudden all these fortunes that were made suddenly evaporated in a hurry. On par with the precipitous drops of the dotcom crash two decades ago and The Great Depression in the 1930s. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Tracy John key on WTO P. Coming up on WTO P, we'll have the latest from CBS News. The number of police officers retiring is increasing, new recruits are in short supply. Also the Biden administration easing oil sanctions in Venezuela. That could have an effect on our gas prices as well. It's

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Graham Krizek Talks Voltage, Lightning and His Crypto Journey

The Breakdown

01:39 min | 2 d ago

Graham Krizek Talks Voltage, Lightning and His Crypto Journey

"All right, Graham, welcome to the breakdown, sir. How are you doing? Great, how are you doing? Good. I'm very excited to have you here. We were talking just a little bit about how lightning is this fascinating thing because even for a lot of bitcoiners who sort of have a vague broad kind of ideas about what lightning is or why it's exciting. They're not necessarily kind of clued into what's going on in the moment. And so I thought it'd be really fun to have you on to talk with about what you're doing and also kind of lightning more broadly, but let's start by just introducing you so how did you get into the Bitcoin space? How did you get into lightning and then what is voltage and what are you working on? Yeah, for sure. It sounds sounds great. I'd love to chat about that stuff. So my name's Graham cruise, I'm founder and CEO of voltage. What voltage is is where a Bitcoin infrastructure provider. So we help companies. They want to adopt Bitcoin in their technology or what they're doing. And then we also are very focused on the lightning network side of things. So when people are trying to incorporate the lighting network into whatever they're building application services exchanges, whatever it is, we really help them understand the technology, teach them how to use it, and then also provide tools and services to make that integration and that adoption, much easier, faster than having to start from scratch over and over again. You know, my Bitcoin journey started about 2012 and I've just worked kind of in the traditional infrastructure space for since then, or since about the same time, and then one day I just really realized there's this big gap in infrastructure robust infrastructure services for Bitcoin and lightning. You know, I just took it upon myself to kind of create voltage as a project and then it just kind of evolved from there and a company and just that snowball that never stopped. Amazing. One was voltage founded. We launched in October of 2020, so almost two years ago,

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The Bahamas Regulator Justifies Move to Cease Local FTX Clients' Assets

Finance Magnates

03:59 min | 3 d ago

The Bahamas Regulator Justifies Move to Cease Local FTX Clients' Assets

"5 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. The Bahamas regulator justifies moved to cease local FTX clients assets. LTP GT the securities commission of The Bahamas on Wednesday released a statement justifying its move to cease the customer assets of the local Tahrir dot finance magnates dot com tag target quad blanquet F diesel tag density. FTX digital markets LTD FDM. It came after several questions were raised against the action of the bahamian regulator Donald cloaked quite it is unfortunate that in chapter 11 filings, the new CEO of FTX trading limited misrepresented this timely action through the intemperate and inaccurate allegations lodged in the transfer motion, quote the regulator stated dot clipped quad is also concerning that the chapter 11 debtors chose to rely on the statements of individuals they have in other filings characterized as unreliable sources of. Information and potentially apo seriously compromise depots qualified The Bahamas financial market watchdog gained a court order on November 12th to make the collapsed cryptocurrency exchange the dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency Bahamas regulators to transfer cryptos to government while it's quote target quote Blanco transfer local customer sapo's digital assets. To government controlled wallets will tag for a Pacific keeping a pose dobble cooked quite given the nature of digital assets and the. Risks associated with hacking and compromise, the commission determined that placing FDM into liquidation was not sufficient to protect the customers and creditors of FDM, quote the regulator added LTP GTL TPG GT further. The cyberattack on FTX, resulting in the theft of at least 1 billion in cryptocurrencies, justified the regulators moved LTP GTL tp GT the column cell TX, valued at 34 billion in the last funding round, collapsed earlier this month. Several misdeeds of its founder and the former CEO, Sam bankman fried surfaced over the weeks he reportedly used client deposits. He created a complex loan structure with sister entities backed by the native exchange token, FTT LTP GT LTP GTF tx dot com, FTX U.S., Alameda research in over 130 other affiliates filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings in Delaware. In addition, the bahamian entity dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency files for bankruptcy ascio bankman for Dresden's quote target quote blank hot filed for bankruptcy tagged, but chapter 15 protection in a New York court. The liquidators of FTX have now agreed to move the proceedings of FT past Bahamas entity to Delaware Donald cooked quite the commission will continue to evaluate the situation, continue to act in accordance with directions issued by the Supreme Court of The Bahamas, collaborate with other supervisory authorities, and take such further actions as needed to preserve the assets of FDM and to safeguard the interests of customers and creditors of FDM, quote the securities commission of The Bahamas. Added quite an addition, the commission will continue to investigate the facts and circumstances regarding 50s past liquidity crisis and any potential violations of bahamian law and hold any responsible companies and individuals accountable. In cooperation with other regulatory agencies and law enforcement both in The Bahamas and in other affected countries in connection with their own investigations on top of that, the scale and impact of the collapse of FTX prompted. Other global regulators to clarify their situation. The monetary authority of Singapore recently clarified that la reco dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency Singapore's masks not less sensitive protection off local as their simpo sub quat target quack Blanco FTX is not regulated under its jurisdictional tagged, and thus the protection of its local clients is impossible LTP GT. This article was written by WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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ZuluTrade Announces It Will Drop Profit-sharing Fees from Investors’ Accounts

Finance Magnates

03:45 min | 3 d ago

ZuluTrade Announces It Will Drop Profit-sharing Fees from Investors’ Accounts

"4 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Zulu trade announces it will drop profit sharing fees from investors, accounts. LTP class Guatemala normal qua undertaking a major change in its leader sapo's compensation model, Tara Croft Zulu trade dot com quad Zulu travel tagged has announced that it will drop the profit sharing fees from the follower's accounts. The radical change in the compensation model comes in line with the new management approach to make Zulu trade more investor friendly and forward looking by reducing costs and increasing quality and transparency on the platform LTP GTL TP class gua meso normal text aligned star quadzilla trades will taffer of Zulu trade Doug from profit sharing quad target quote current profit sharing model tagged. Pays traders AKA leaders who provide signals that are copied automatically into the followers account. The follower pays 30 as a subscription fee per month per account and pays the leader 25 of the profits gained in his account in a month. As such, the higher the profits on a follower's account, the higher the leader's compensation. The 25 performance fee is paid only for the months closed with profits. LTP GTL TP class Guatemala normal quad, however, on the flip side, if the followers account suffers a loss in the following months, the leader is not charged for the loss incurred. This implies that the followers are putting money on a leader and sharing their rewards, but they are not really sharing the risk in the long term with the leader. Also, this means that the long-term impact of the client's performance can be significant due to added costs of profit sharing. LTP GTL TP class Guatemala normal quotas, the popular psychology behind the profit sharing model claiming that you pay only when you earn profit looks good only on paper. Another challenge that the followers face is when they have more than one account or more than one leader that they are following. LTP GTL TP class Guatemala normal quad assume a follower follows two leaders where one leader makes money while the other loses money where an accumulative aggregate Pam pal stands negative. In this case, the follower will share a portion of their gains with the winning strategy leader and incur no fees for the loss accrued on the losing strategy. Again, this does not justify a fair scenario for the follower LTP GTL TP class guard missile normal quad taking all these scenarios into consideration, Zulu trade is set to make significant changes in how followers are charged. The company will drop the profit sharing fees from the followers account as of January 1st, 2023, an effective immediately no one will be able to open a new profit sharing account. Zulu trade will also drop the 30 subscription fees being charged to profit sharing accounts and make it zero. LTP GTL TP class guadagno normal quad to gingerbread, CEO at Zulu trade, says invasion is known to create a value driven system and has revolutionized the zero commission ecosystem. This move further cements invasions efforts in pioneering zero commission business models. We are working towards creating a platform that is democratic, peer to peer, transparent, and ethical. Everything will be right there for people to analyze and make informed decisions classical normal qua chatting to the comments, cofounder of invasion group, said we are happy with the direction that Zulu trade is evolving towards, and I see significant changes coming in the months ahead that will put our investors at the center of our product dot LTP GTL TP class squad of a so normal text align start quad to find out more. Reach out to reef quote melt to marketing's illiterate dot com. Target quote blank quote marketing's illiterate dot com tagged LTP GT. This article was written by finance magnate staff at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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MicroStrategy once again buys the dip as BTC is back above $20K

Cryptonary

01:30 min | 3 d ago

MicroStrategy once again buys the dip as BTC is back above $20K

"For a.m. Thursday, June 30th, 2022. Micro strategy once again buys the dip as BTC is back above $20,000. Michael saylor, the CEO of micro strategy and American company that provides business intelligence, mobile software, and cloud based services revealed via Twitter posts that his firm had once again bought the dip with 480 BTC at an average price of 20,817 per Bitcoin BTC as the market remains bearish. Microstrategy saves the day micro strategy has purchased another 480 BTC and it seems that the crypto community is divided on the same. Peter Schiff, one of the biggest advocates of gold and a huge critic of Bitcoin commented on sailor's post questioning his purchase. Micro strategy has purchased an additional 480 bitcoins for 10.0 million at an average price of 20,817 per Bitcoin. As of 62,822 micro strategy holds 129,699 bitcoins acquired for 3.98 billion at an average price of 30,664 per Bitcoin. 8 17 Michael sailor sailor June 29th, 2022, increasing your stake by less than .004 seems more like an attempt to influence the market by demonstrating your conviction to other. The post micro strategy once again buys the dip as BTC is back above 20 K appeared first on krypton area.

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Eight Global CEO Tweets Crypto Market Cap Acting Below 200-Week MA

Coin Edition

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Eight Global CEO Tweets Crypto Market Cap Acting Below 200-Week MA

"5 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. 8 global CEO tweets crypto market cap acting below 200 week MA. 8 global founder tweets crypto market cap below 200 week MA. He added that the total market capitalization for crypto is holding above 2017 ADH, BTC transaction volumes lowest in two years at 116,564.65. Crypto trading, investing, and learning platform, a global founder and CEO, Michael van de poppy tweeted on November 23rd, 2022, that the post 8 global CEO tweets crypto market cap acting below 200 weekend may appeared first on coin edition.

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SBF Better At ‘Bribing Media’ Than Running FTX: Elon Musk

Coin Edition

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

SBF Better At ‘Bribing Media’ Than Running FTX: Elon Musk

"8 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. SPF better at bribing media? Then running FTX Elon Musk. Elon Musk calls out Sam bankman fried for bribing media. Teddy schleifer tweeted SPF funded a number of media houses, including ProPublica, vox, the intercept, and more. ProPublica grants for 2023 and 2024 are currently on hold as FTX filed for bankruptcy. Elon Musk calls out FTX founder and CEO Sam bankman fried for bribing media in. The post SPF better at bribing media than running FTX Elon Musk appeared first on coin edition.

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Crypto is facing a deficit of trust, says Mike Novogratz

Coin Journal

00:37 sec | 3 d ago

Crypto is facing a deficit of trust, says Mike Novogratz

"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Crypto is facing a deficit of trust, says Mike novogratz. The galaxy digital boss said the cryptocurrency industry is facing a deficit of trust at the moment following recent events. Mike novogratz, the CEO of galaxy digital, in an interview with CNBC on Wednesday, pointed out that there is a crisis of confidence in the market. According to novogratz, the market will most likely not the post crypto is facing a deficit of trust, says Mike novogratz appeared first on coin journal.

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Binance is Bidding $1 billion Fund To Purchase Distressed Assets – Says CEO Changpeng Zhao! 

Coinpedia

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Binance is Bidding $1 billion Fund To Purchase Distressed Assets – Says CEO Changpeng Zhao! 

"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Violence is bidding $1 billion fund to purchase distressed assets, says CEO chomping zhao. The post violence is bidding 1 billion fund to purchase distressed assets as CEO chomping zhao appeared first on Cohen PD authentic news. CEO chomping CZ zhao finance, who was considering a bid for assets of bankrupt crypto from Voyager, sit on Bloomberg TV as company is mistakenly believed to be Chinese because I look Chinese. Biden's is not a Chinese company. We are not related to China at all. CZ stated that the binance team is engaging.

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A Blockchain-Powered Decentralized Future

Blockchain Consultants

00:40 sec | 3 d ago

A Blockchain-Powered Decentralized Future

"7 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. A blockchain powered decentralized future. The digital mind of tomorrow decentralized future rethink transform, and thrive in a fast changing and brutal digital world decentralized future topic a blockchain powered decentralized future guest Michael Noel, CEO of blockchain consultants, blockchain weekly host, kryptonite ventures founding member, EC council certified blockchain, professional the conversation covers these points the history of blockchain technology. The post a blockchain powered decentralized future first appeared on blockchain consultants.

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Binance Crypto Fund: To The Rescue But There Are Exceptions

Blockonomi

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Binance Crypto Fund: To The Rescue But There Are Exceptions

"8 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022 finance crypto fund, to the rescue, but there are exceptions. Every day, money is in and out of the crypto market. When things went smoothly, everything seemed shiny. But things didn't always go smoothly. FTX bankruptcy triggered the selling panic, turning the liquidity shortage of many platforms into a crisis. Amid the turmoil, Biden and CEO Chung zhao stepped in on November 14th, announcing the launch the post violence crypto front to the rescue, but there are exceptions appeared first on block anomie

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JP Morgan Applies For Crypto Wallet Trademark Registration

Blockonomi

00:37 sec | 3 d ago

JP Morgan Applies For Crypto Wallet Trademark Registration

"9 a.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. JPMorgan applies for crypto wallet trademark registration. It's been the same old story since the dawn of crypto. The problems of dualism and finance always spot on major banks and cryptocurrencies and how traditional finance institutions hate digital assets. Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan CEO, and chairman made a clear previously that he was not a fan of Bitcoin. While diamond has a the post JPMorgan applies for crypto wallet trademark registration appeared first on block anomie.

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Binance CZ: FTX’s Collapse Clears The Path

Blockonomi

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

Binance CZ: FTX’s Collapse Clears The Path

"8 a.m. Monday, November 21st, 2022. Biden and CZ, FDX S collapse clears the path. Biden and CEO champion zhao said that the recent crash of FTX while forcing destructive effects and unexpected changes will bring the industry into a much better place in the long run. This incident will set us back a bit, but then the industry will become healthier. So it's actually better in the long run, chomping. The post binance CZ FTX is collapsed clears the path appeared first on block and omi.

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Why Web Pioneer Legend Brendan Eich Founded Brave?

The Bad Crypto Podcast

01:48 min | 3 d ago

Why Web Pioneer Legend Brendan Eich Founded Brave?

"Today, we have the CEO and cofounder of brave Brendan Ike is joining us right now. We're going to talk about all kinds of things. Brendan, welcome to the bad crypto podcast. Don't forget that. But most important micro unity. Yeah, he's got quite a background. You were the CTO, then CEO of Mozilla. And you helped launch the Firefox browser and you're also the inventor of JavaScript, which is the world's most popular programming language. So that little thing happened and then, of course, you founded the brave browser. So why found brave? Go ahead and tell us your reasons, especially after having launched a successful browser and Firefox that you thought we need brave. Right. So when we did Firefox, we were not as conscious about privacy as we are now. And we did this search deal with Google, which at the time was a great search engine and hadn't become a big Alphabet company full of all sorts of different businesses that all seemed to be lost leaders for the ad exchange business, which is the main revenue Lake of Google. We also in Firefox, we let the privacy conscious users build extensions for themselves and then grow those extensions. We call them add ons back in the day. So I sat for a long time thinking about two big problems. One is that browsers, if it gets successful, tend to be captured by a big tech company like a search company, which is really an ad exchange, like Google, or in the 90s, by an operating system company, which is really a word in excel office suite company. That was Microsoft.

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El Salvador Proposes Digital Securities Bill

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:51 min | 3 d ago

El Salvador Proposes Digital Securities Bill

"We're going to talk about El Salvador. Now, amidst everything that's been going on in the last two weeks. I found myself thinking probably about every other day, what's going on in El Salvador. And so I'm happy that today we get to talk about it. So El Salvador's national assembly is considering a draft bill to regulate digital securities, which is an indication that the country will move forward with its plans to issue Bitcoin backed bonds. You'll remember in March, the country put a pause on these Bitcoin back bonds to Bill was presented by the minister of economy, Maria Louisa hayam, breve, and seeks to establish a national digital assets commission to oversee the regulation of digital asset issuers and service providers Wendy, I'm going to kick this one off to you first. What do you think about El Salvador moving ahead with these bonds? I think that it is absolutely amazing. And I don't want to get into the way that he governs his country. But I really do want to focus on how El Salvador is using Bitcoin as a tool to essentially gain their power back. This is why Bitcoin was created. It was created for the people by the people. And yes, even though president buki is this, I guess that he calls himself the CEO of El Salvador or whatever it is is a joke. I think it is important to note that we're seeing a country that got a lot of slack globally, essentially take their power back and tell people until a lot of these organizations, these big global organizations, we don't need you. We don't need your help. We don't want your help. We are fine on our own. And essentially, they're taking their power back and they're creating their own monetary policy and they're creating their own laws and regulations for all of this stuff. So I think it's absolutely amazing. And it just goes to show that we're starting to see a shift in the way a lot of different countries portray themselves and how they're using Bitcoin to essentially help their people in a positive aspect. So again, 100% here for it. I root for the underdogs as always.

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Natalie Winters Describes the Dangers of TikTok

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 4 d ago

Natalie Winters Describes the Dangers of TikTok

"Can you talk to us about why TikTok is such a problem? And who it really answers to? Of course. So I think the first angle of attack in the early days of TikTok was that it was being used to spread pro Beijing propaganda in the United States. In other words, this app whose parent company ByteDance is effectively a state owned enterprise in China. It's former CEO member of the Chinese Communist Party. He's pledged to use his companies and apps to quote promote socialist core values. You can read there's a whole letter where he goes on to say that he will use all of his apps to basically promote devotion to the Chinese Communist Party. But people were concerned that TikTok was going to be used to sort of shape the narrative in the United States about China, much like China has paid for advertisements and essentially paid for favorable coverage in a lot of mainstream media outlets, but I think the second iteration of that, the next step, and that the logical conclusion, which is what we're getting to now and really, really is the, I think, more potent angle in terms of the threat that TikTok poses is its ability to alter discourse in the United States about every other subject except China. And what I mean by that is that you see TikTok, especially with young voters now, really being a breeding ground for a lot of just far left, I would just call it degenerate content, whether it's really, really just offensively pro abortion content offensive, gender stuff, just it really is being used to push a far left social agenda. And I think that this sort of dovetails with a lot of what I've talked about in the past, the reporting that I've discussed on your show, which is obviously China's unrestricted warfare in the sense that they want to subvert the United States, take out the United States from within. And of course, advancing these Marxist concepts of gender identity. Subversive ideologies when it comes to whether it's family units or abortion, that's definitely part of it.

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America Has a Lot Going On...

The Trish Regan Show

03:14 min | 5 d ago

America Has a Lot Going On...

"So Elon Musk just invited Donald Trump back on to Twitter, but is it going to matter? Is he going to go? I have said all along, he set up the whole thing as a rival. This may be an olive branch. And it's not Elon's fault. That comes just a little too late. Hello, everyone. Welcome to the program. I am Trisha, and we're going to talk about that. Plus, Kevin McCarthy is making some big plans there at the house and there's going to be some big changes coming to the House intelligence committee, which probably needed to happen. And we're going to explain exactly what they are. Welcome. I'm trusting this is a Trish Regan show portions of today's program are brought to you by legacy precious metals. I encourage you to go to legacy precious metals today, go to legacy p.m. investments dot com actually slash Trish and sign up. We're going to have another one of these discussions, wonderful discussions. You, me, the CEO of the company talking about the challenges in America faces right now. But the only way you can participate in that and it's all for free is to go to legacy p.m. investments dot com slash Trish today or go to my website and I'll make sure that you get the invite. If you sign up for my newsletter at Trish Intel dot com, again, it's Trish Intel dot com. Sign up for the newsletter. Okay, we got a lot going on. We get a lot going on. Donald Trump may be back on Twitter. I doubt it, but he's still on truth. We get Kevin McCarthy planning big, big changes, which are important right now in our House Intel committee, and we've gotten a country that's really hurting, still, America. We love this country. I love this country. I know you love this country. And we're struggling. We're struggling because we've got a very uncertain economic future, but I'll tell you this. We can not lose hope. It's really important to stay focused to know what the goal is. And I'll tell you, especially if you're a senior, especially if you're a senior because there's so much bad stuff out there, but I know that you probably know deep down. That if we work together, we will be a stronger America together because that's how it happens, right? And history has proven that. It's why I'd love to see you join forces with an organization. I think it's just incredible, and they're doing such incredible things. And it's the American association of mature American citizens. The association of mature American citizens. Also known as amac, by the way, you can go find them at amac dot U.S. slash Regan today. It is an organization that really exists to enrich the lives of seniors. Uphold the freedoms for all Americans by pushing and fighting for conservative causes, we need people out there standing up for those conservative causes. And you can be part of this membership comes with all kinds of great things you get. Cell phone plan discounts and restaurant discounts and the hotel discounts so go today. It's just $16 a year and you're going to be able to join forces with more than 2 million people that care is passionately as I know you do as I do. About this nation and you'll get advice on Medicare and financial planning and all that good stuff.

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Disney taps ex-CEO Bob Iger to return, set strategy

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

Disney taps ex-CEO Bob Iger to return, set strategy

"Former Walt Disney CEO bob Iger is returning to the company The Walt Disney Company has tapped eiger to return to head the company for two years after firing his successor bob chapek in a move that's stunned the entertainment industry chapek is out after Disney posted lower than expected earnings in the last quarter Hollywood's creative community had complained about JPEGs cost cutting measures and sometimes blunt approach to talent while theme park regulars were unhappy with price hikes eiger has issued a statement saying he's thrilled to return and he says he's extremely optimistic about Disney's future I'm John a water

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Okay, Proof of Reserves, But for Real This Time?

The Breakdown

01:59 min | 6 d ago

Okay, Proof of Reserves, But for Real This Time?

"Right, Friends, well, last week I read an old Nick Carter piece about proof of reserves. It was from 2020 and it came after the quadriga case. It was called something to the effect of how we prevent the next quadriga, which spoiler alert we did not. Completely appropriately Nick is back with a follow-up called let's actually commit to proof of reserves this time, okay? In the week that is transpired since I read that post, not only has the need for proof of reserves made itself known even more clearly, but the debate has gotten a lot more sophisticated. People are discussing what type of proof of reserves is acceptable. Can it be occasional auditing? Does it have to be constant on chain analysis? And I think it's great to see that sort of engagement. But let's see what the latest update from Nick is and we'll go from there. I'm not going to mince words. The fraud driven collapse of FTX and Alameda research is, in my estimation, the worst single event in the crypto industry since its inception. Even though as a share of overall crypto market cap, the impact may have been less in relative terms than mount gox was. The fallout will be more significant. For one, no one really thought of gox is a particularly credible institution. It wasn't institutional in any way. Mark carpels, who was the CEO of mount gox, didn't go on a charm offensive in Washington to win favor from politicians. Mount gox didn't air Super Bowl ads. Celebrities didn't line up to endorse the platform. And crucially, the number of users worldwide were much fewer. FTX by contrast served millions of users worldwide. It catered to numerous funds, institutions, and startups. It was aggressive in promoting itself to mainstream users. Its enigmatic CEO, Sam bankman fried known as SPF, practically lived in Washington, charming members of Congress and financial regulators. The exchange was widely considered one of the most trusted and credible institutions in the industry. The apparent fraud and collapse was therefore particularly catastrophic because it happened so quickly and took almost everyone by surprise.

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"ceo" Discussed on active CEO Podcast

active CEO Podcast

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on active CEO Podcast

"Made so much sense and when we moved from hawaii to arkansas. My husband was the commandant of the national guard. Professional education center which services Fifty four states and territories of the united states. And it's a learning center of professional skills logistics leadership and it didn't have project management but they had leadership and facilitation. I was asked by my husband to lead my professional job and become the family program leader. And i was real tough place because i could not get into the military system and i was not the leader of the families. Even though i'm supposed to influence the families and during that time that i was the leader of the family program and in a rock and hard place with influence but no authority. I used those methods over over. I did have a staff and we give enough small program but it had no clarity to it and so over and over. I both used the basic methods for my own methodology. Because i couldn't get into the military system. And i couldn't the families were the families families crater so messy the complicated. Every family's unique. We have families. We had wives that spoke no english. We had soldiers that would go off into their communities. Help with hurricanes Whether it was a hurricanes guam or the philippines. They had assignments that we had quite a rico. People come in for leadership skills and really hung those basic skills. Because i had thought project management was about data into data. And it's again there that i learned about these emotions and also learned that projects are about relationships and it's using just the basic methods of building communication and relationships that i used over and over and during that time that i was in the trenches with families my heart was moved and realized how important families are to the stability to any household and one we had to set up. What in the heck was our strategy. What was our north star. Nobody had it defined for that location. And i realized our goal is to create families. That were self. Reliant and responsibly interdependent to navigate life specifically the military life. And i have to say we started with just sixty quarter. I know what to measure. I did know we've got a proof that were making a difference. So i i did try to figure out. How do you measure relationships. And dr demming said if you can't measure it. Then i can't remember the rest. It's not worth measuring. But i realized how do you measure relationships so we started measuring contact hours and we started in sixty contact hours and then by way of just putting the right pieces together we ended up with two thousand eight hundred sixty eight contact hours per quarter and we did so just by coffees people getting together. That wanted to monthly meetings..

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"ceo" Discussed on active CEO Podcast

active CEO Podcast

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on active CEO Podcast

"Why when there are so many leadership books out there. Did you decide to put out a new book right now. Could you lead. Well yes the problem is. There are a lot been a few leadership books in the past and so it felt like adulting tossed to try to provide something new yet. I have one idea which is basically. I feel like leadership is still broken. Employee motivation is still hideously low and and so much of so many companies people leave. Because my boss was not didn't i didn't like my boss that environments the culture the leadership principles continues to be broken. And so what. What is you lied. You lied is an attempt to say. And i think it's obviously something that you will resonate with you. Craig which is you lead yourself. You are the ceo of yourself to use an expression you might use. And and i do believe there's an energy component to it just like you say yet. I feel like we have still today too. Many people going into the corporate space going to work remotely are or not by the way of course with this figurative tie on and and i think what's necessary is to bring the tie dye in so y'all guys who aren't you're listening to you you don't see but i'm actually not even figuratively metaphorically. I am wearing a tie and and the idea is be key tie anti at work. Bring your whole self to work. I don't mean bring in all the nitty gritty details of your personalized. Because of course you have private stuff intimate stuff and that must remain confidential you garden and and treasure your secret guard. That's fine embrace your shadow but bring your whole self to work and it's not an easy thing to do. It takes courage to be able to release your whole self at work especially when you don't feel the confidence or you think this is the only way that the company goes 'cause cultures have a way of crushing your your individuality. So as the ceo. The ambitious is in this book to to get permission and show through the different governance models.

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05:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Ups and downs and so on the other side. I felt that there was a uniformity to the laurie out way. Let's call it a culture but didn't really like moving out of bounds. It was highly crafted. I learned a lot but then there wasn't much scope for deviation and if you can imagine i landed on the executive committee of the professional parts division which is the one that sells to headdresses at the end for three years. I am a tiny bit but not much was diversity. Of course you don't see me 'cause you're listening to this listeners. But i'm a white male and it's a kind of a curious idea to think of me as diversity. The rest were all french mail from two schools and though although there was one woman and then eventually a second but at the time it was like i i and she where the diversity. She was italian When you think of laurie ala's this global business that is based more around females miles. But it's the people leading. It are predominately male fascinating. Things have changed a little bit since then but at the time the data point was in two thousand and nine Roughly ninety three percent. I think ninety three percent miscalculated of all products that decision is made by women and ninety two percent of the senior leaders we had the cardioversion so were women. It's interesting you may be thinking about something going back to interview. I did with alvin shoe. Which obviously you know. And he told her he talked about the confrontation room. Which i found absolutely fascinating and so for those listening. And maybe you can explain this a little bit better. It's a place where you are with ideas and people kind of confron- confrontation in french is different to how it's described in english but it's a place where you bring that idea in oil bring in some proposal and then it is kind of. Everyone has their deci about like even a purchase. It from different angles is that right. So what happens. Hundred percent and i had several experiences in less confrontational technical. And it's really gladiatorial. Because generally speaking you are in the middle of this pit your lower than everybody else that sitting around you and and.

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05:55 min | 1 year ago

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"Felt like. I just didn't know what it was anyway so i went into seattle and for ten months a glorious time at blue in france and i targeted to companies because they seem to be the best marketing one was louis thomas tennessee. Lvmh and the other one was loria. And so i was completely obsessed with knowing everything about each of these companies. And i wrote them extremely well crafted. Well i mean. Because i spent a lot of time on them specific messages to the heads of hr for both companies l'oreal called me up interviewed me and hired me before every mates replied and and that was how i got my job and by the way the trick. The reason why i got hired because they had you know they had lots of other people applying was that i spent a day in a hairdressing sowell as numskull mba. Just well they sell to. Hess's gosh. I had no idea. What's it like to be a hairdresser. You know all. I done got my head cut bush you know basically i or course they used to wear long hair by the way craig but yes i. I learned about the life of a headdresses when i went into the interview. I wasn't just sort of a theoretical consultant as i. Oh gosh it. It's really important to have creams for your hands. Because if you're washing your hands your washing herald the time your hands i she get shaft shape that little details like that made them aware that i was committed to the idea. And and obviously you know during that time at larios growing as well as you're growing in through different roles you want was. How would you describe the leadership from lorient globally right. So the ceo was was a welshman and he went. Nci actually he was one of the out we were very few went in seattle. It was mostly to other schools where the senior managers from ashes. And the funny thing is he used. We used to always speak in french together. So you know welshman and whatever. I am speaking french and he to call me data so the dial which always sound peculiar you know because if you dial dial tyler telephone now doubt to him in when we spoke english and and the leadership was of a specific style and i think that that specific style still exists which is extremely high exigency.

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02:44 min | 1 year ago

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"He has a ba and philosophy from colgate university abi literature from yale university. An nba marketing from nc. His career has included vice president of donaldson lufkin and jenrette. Sixteen years in global. Managerial rose at laurie. Al general manager worldwide for rig kin and vp. Associate at knit explorer as an entrepreneur. He has founded the mindset podcast festival events and meyde dial. I'm honored empress introduce you to a storyteller consultant board member at scientific brain training and former board member at last minute dot com and host of the mentor dialogue. Paul costs meant to doll minta. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much craig. It's funny to hear yourself. Spread out talked about like that. I spend a lot of time in different parts of the world. But i'm really curious to know we grew up. And what was life like for you as a child. So this'll thanks for having me on the show. And where did i grow up. Well i kind of say. I'm still growing up. I've changed countries fifteen times in my life and i've changed homes that four times. I'm fifty six years old so you can do the mass and saw the curious thing is i was actually born in belgium. Then we lived in france then. We went to live in london. When i'm five years old. And that point i start going to school in england by parents leave england and keep an eye stay in boarding school in england and So my life was essentially half with friends. The shot the holidays with my father in paris. And then the summer holidays with my mum in philadelphia and that sort of how i lived life until i was eighteen then and then i went to the united states and did by university. So how is life like for me as a child. Well it was always changing and largely brought up around a boarding school environments and sports and yet all. I'd like to say almost seeing out the old days of school the traditional beating Fagging elements that you can see in films around the the sort of the gospel versions boy school. I was there as they wound down. In all cases it's fascinating rights..

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

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"It's really gladiatorial. Because generally speaking you are in the middle of this pit your lower than everybody else that sitting around you and the ceo sits in one space so you generally eyeball him and and yet you know that you have people piercing into your side all the time because they want your job or they are competing for the next job. And so that's where it really becomes sort of a vicious circle where you're being pronged and prodded to look at the validity of your idea. Your concept what have you thought about this or why do you say that in. How is this going to solve this. And you're on your feet and you have to thought about all this because if you haven't it shows up.

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04:00 min | 1 year ago

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"Single person to the rest of your life so just a little bit of observation of that konin pilots the fact. That can't be the problem. So so the next questions. The game changer. Because it just drops down one level deeper and turns the lights on. And let's see exactly what's going on so The question is is okay so if you were to file all or if you were to be rejected would that side that you and i think it brings it home and real and i realized my goodness. I'm actually not afraid of failure. I'm afraid of the personal implications of failure. If i was if i was defiled a net makes me a failure. Nah personal if i was to be rejected. Now i am not worthy of love when you really expose that then. It's clear that we're not actually afraid of what's happening on app. They were afraid of what we think happening he. We're afraid of their own opinion of 'self so to frame the problem that I think six quizzes because it just brings all the control to solving the problem backing hass you think is problems credited. I saw you you look at saudi for it. Be fixed when you realized the problem. Simply around opinion on yourself then you can begin the work of reviewing opinions and changing them and do you think this is something that people can do on their own or they need someone to actually allow them to come to terms of understanding that. It's not a roadblock in life but a door that can be opened practice. Five is get help from someone who doesn't care about you so you know i love joseph's joseph campbell's hero's journey metaphor because he says the here as a guide and there's always a god is always gained over yoda dumbledore misdemeanor mcghie then off the here are but the here i will not make it without the god So i think the reason why this is true in solving insecurities is because the why brains gather evidence to the baltimore..

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03:40 min | 1 year ago

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"Know at the at the right level and setting the right tiring for those that we laid because like parents were always on show for kids and we're always on show for the people that we laid and so you've got the five core areas of parenting and so young very curious to know how you come up with the five five areas and they stand is as fundamental for people in lead in leadership roles of leadership positions. So that's the first concept is love so at the foundation of every time should be love and every family should be love and so But at work love looks like respect and free each other and Connection with their people and You know the trust and vulnerability as well and you know forgiveness as well you know. We readily forgive kids when they stuff up and and help them to learn and the same applies at work. We should you know now people stuff up we should forgive them and help them to learn from that experience as well so so love is the first one environment is the second one. So we want our environment at home to be saif for peop- for kids and the same applies at work so we not only physical environment to be site but also psychologically safe for people said that they feel comfortable to be up to raise their concerns and voice their opinions in a safe environment without fear of being judged so. That's the second one. The third one is around health so we want our kids to be happy and healthy and you know we. We want To have a healthy environment at work as well so and this is very much around setting the example. So you know making sure that we have boundaries between work and home that we leaving at a reasonable hour that we're not sending emails in the middle of the night nick's expecting people to respond so so You know eating healthy and physical exercise well and you know sitting example for for the people that we laid the the.

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05:40 min | 1 year ago

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"National australia bank. What was it about that company that allowed to stay connected and be there for the long term. Yeah so it was a fascinating place to work because you would go to different areas as a Different jobs and culture. It was like cultures within a culture. And so you would go to. So i did some time in business banking for example where you know we had customers business customers and we would help them Lending and running the business and so you know getting that experienced that commercial. Experience was brilliant. Because you know you can. He can run a business but not and how to run a business. If you know what. I mean and so Being able to help people directly with lending and and running their business on a day to day basis as well as a strategic basis was really valuable experience. Sorry and so So you and the culture within that in the nad was really it was fun and and you know rewarding because you've got to see how You know what we did could help. Businesses grow and develop And then so then. I went to Well had hadn't number of jobs threat in my time. They but you know. I did some timing risk so That was really beneficial to understand all the different risks that we manage. And how to mitigate those risks from a commercial perspective as well Also where teen cha you know helping people to develop and grow and You know Working on leadership teams with leadership teams as well was beneficial and so yeah lots of us a financing they so understanding again the commercial side of actually running a large organization as well as the individual departments of the nab as well so lots and lots of really really great experience over the broad range of actually lodge coporate was was what i found particularly Rewarding and beneficial to from a leadership point of you being in there for such a long time. I'm sure you got to see some different leadership styles and and what you know what was of the biggest leadership. Listen you learn from working in an early career. It was interesting because sadly the i guess the the main things that stop people from being great leaders things like you know e guy getting in the roads and You know self interest which which is ego Being feeling as they have no control You know not being courageous in their actions and You know not being vulnerable as well..

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

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"Of the spirit in our innovation of the heart it transcends the would that is immediately experience in his anchored somewhere beyond the horizons. It is not the conviction that something will turn it well but the conviction that something is moral and ryan johnston there for you fight. Regardless of the consequences hope is the quality of character that sustains belief on the seemingly impossible situations when karna seems impossible poverty inevitable when the world seems cruel and life unbearable people encounter sources of hope in their imagination in their words examples of n witness to the natural wonders around us every day does not extinguish suffering but sustains the belief that there can be into it if not in your own life in the future and so hard. Propels you into action. The world isn't connected by molecules stories. Traditions memories hopes and dreams. We are connected by the legacies passed down from those who came before us and legacies. We passed down to those in future generations. That come after us. It's important to realize that we need to do our bit. In the grand scheme of things out. Tiny gestures can multiply insignificance. We need to understand that the would we leave. Behind the world of our children and children's children inherit we know that we have an obligation to help make the future a little bit better than the past. Legacy is very much about life.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"Still trying to live a good and meaningful life. What is weekly rhythm and a connection to something bigger that you can implement. What does the seasonal rhythm more generational rhythm that you can create that leaves that lasting legacy imprint and is remembered as here one said choose. Well no choices brief and yet in lewis choices brief and yet analysts so choose well. One of the important things remember is the legacy is not about you. Is the people of the future about being in service of others..

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05:19 min | 2 years ago

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"John's yada and high on craig johnson. Welcome to episode one hundred and forty five of the active c or punk cost where we are decoding. The last sigmon of break the and tonight we're talking about legacy one powerful way to leave your mark on the world. Now we've all been put on this planet for a reason. Why not leave it in a better place. Then you found it. So what does the person's legacy part of a person that lives on long. After they've passed away a story of a person that is not forgotten it creates pathways for the future through the lessons. You that you serve listens that you provided through the the acts of service and the behaviors that you created and they could be negative or positive. It'd be great if you can leave positive legacies but sometimes they out of our control because we are acting in our best intentions with the knowledge that we have a viable. We'll go into that. A little bit lighter on legacy is when we think about our legacy. It's about making better decisions in life. Because al behaviors in our decisions transmitted inherited and received for people in the future and legacy creates an our lives. Everyone leaves behind legacy after they die but only a few people leave behind a legacy worth talking about now. If you look at some of the famous influences around the world that have left incredible legacies we might think of martin luther king junior who left behind his legacy of positive and selfless actions whereas hitler left behind a legacy of negativity and destruction both equally important in setting an example for the future so they can behave the same way or avoid making the same mistakes now. A grandmother legacy may be important to her family. Think about the way that our grandmother treated us the the rituals and behaviors that she may have sick for the family last on your the recipes that that would develop get shade from generation to generation to generation. If we look at alexander the great who's conquering spirit changed the face of the ancient world or could be re carrie. Who's a multiple nobel peace prize. When a pioneering physicists and was in fact the first female noble prize winner we may think about nelson mandela is globally non as an anti apartheid revolutionary and south africa's first black president or it could be albert einstein's theory of relativity potentially mother theresa who as a non founded the missionaries of charity. And who incredible work from nine hundred and ten to nine hundred ninety seven had such a major impact on people that were less fortunate or could be someone like art for winfrey who has lived most of it. I don't live from her authentic soul. He's a pillar of kindness has stood for truth education and giving back or even giving ford. She's one of a kind. It's interesting you know. Millions of people watch his shows over twenty years and in her farewell shirt..

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03:41 min | 2 years ago

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"People engaged.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

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"Nerd team. without trust. without trust we can have vulnerability without vulnerability. We do not have carriage without courage. We can be innovative. We can roy. We need to think. Psychological safety is a way that for moderate risk taking Speaking almonds being creative sticking sticking out. Nick out so to speak without fear of having it cut off if we want to ensure that we have the behaviors lead to growth and success of an organization. If we look at someone like google. They're very fast. Pice in its harley demanding environment this success hinges on the ability tight risks and being vulnerable in front of the peers. And i understand that they did a lot of research around what makes them a high performing organization and it came down to that psychological safety so we need to make sure that we replace blame with curiosity. We take away judgment. We allow opportunity for people to speak up for people to have this thoughts. Heard to feel safe to express how they're feeling because we all want better performance we on more learning. We want to be able to hand sure that people feel motivated to tackle a difficult problems. He won't.

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05:07 min | 2 years ago

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"And that's why. I'm talking about busy yet. So if you not aware how of what the problem is you cannot change it so ask yourself when you say you're busy. What you really saying and that starts to help unlock a problem or challenge. The second and the thing is if that's what you're really saying his ask yourself why not saying it allowed unpackaged. Because that's interesting in itself and i'll guarantee you it links back to a feared some sort in terms of some people thinking something about you. The second thing. I would advocate is busy eagles bullshit and so to that end the language you use will determine your ability to make challenge and so i give people. The busy equals oshii challenge. And what i say is the one week removed. The whitby busy from your capillary. Don use it. Now you can eat a not use it and At all or you can out something else. But it's going to be a positive constructive. So i did this cheese guard and i've never looked back And so you will find. Is that when you stop using the web. Busy i instead placed in its in its spice positively engaged. So what would happen with people would come up to me and they would say to me. Hey how you doing. And i'd be like positively engaged and it sounds be fluffy in what about the these people would stop diddy mid tracks whereas when someone says to you on busy in response to how are you. It's a compensation closer. It's not an but when i would not say that it would put people in shock are expecting me to say i was visits the default position. You don't see them. What are you doing. So i would say on. Life is full. But i'm doing things that i love very good at what it did. It changed the dynamic of conversations. That i had it. May people intrigued around. I was not using the word busy and often within sight on going to try that so it would challenge them to do the same. And i could not get either. How much noise it reduced in my head because when you tell yourself you're busy it's like continuing to run on the headstone will telling yourself you're busy makes your mind go faster. And that's not half lot so a couple of little that i would like it so you've recently put out a a new book. Can you tell us a little bit about the new book. And what people can find when they when they look for on the bookshelves or online on amazon etc yes The book was was drained. It was something i always wanted to do and so we pitched the idea to a couple of publishes law. Bohol with awake had tubal deals on the table which was a bit of a surprise to be honest and that was in november last year. And then i said well. We want the by march. So i spent three months in my writing the book in which you believe the friday before lockdown i finished.

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05:38 min | 2 years ago

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"Dot k. One of australia's most influential female entrepreneurs and a passionate entrepreneur who has partnered with prestigious brands such as google microsoft and deloitte pinning lokossa penny. Welcome to the shari craig. Done highway thank you very biting me. So i'm just sitting here on really enjoying your backdrop and it's not just one of those virtual back backgrounds that we sing online eventually. Got this beautiful window. Outside is the fob. So i'm curious now that you're in afa we did. You grow up. Did you grow up on a farm. The drop in the city. What what what would you start. I grew up on one hundred and forty eight kids in a plice well into bisons crammed him packing them and both of them announced that light. Cds in two of the biggest growth corridors at bell but but when leave the were rural community and Yeah i grew up on a farm surrounded by horses. Cattle dogs brothers and sisters and a hell of a lot of freedom beautiful. And i think now that i've opened up a can of worms and talked about you being on a farm at the moment so we find ourselves in a really challenging and interesting year. But you're actually you from alvin at the moment where we have been living in. Melvin but you're actually on the farm at prison so how did that come about. And what's life lifelike for you at the moment. Yeah i love sharing story. Because i just feel like i'm grateful for the opportunity i've been given so i have hymie melbourne in. Just you know just. That's honesty and Basically we went into lockdown in march. And then we came out. I lose track of time. That's the thing about this lockdown situation. You don't know where you're at. And so i think we came out. It must have been end of june and we went back in the lex rates. Lighter must've been in july and what happened in that window of time was holidays and i had These amazing girlfriends friends of mine. Who have this beautiful property An era out of melvin. The back some the stipe forest and they said look we've just come at a lockdown wig and a hit off to barn buying a camp of the kids to get away go inside the farm and have a holiday for a week and zara. We came down here for a week..

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04:04 min | 2 years ago

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"The ultimate goal is to the ball in the back of the net and get more goals in the other team so the team can win now along the way. H h this some goals that need to be put in place to achieve team performance and so that might be a goal for that for the team for a soccer match could be that they want to have a high percentage of one touch football so in as the ball comes in they touch it onto the next person or it might be number of consecutive passes that the naming for on average it might be the amount of time in play that the team has the ball might be a goal needs to be very specific to the team. And what they're trying to achieve. What is the what is the clear outcome and can enable the impact which now for a soccer team if it could be the impact could be inspiring the next generation of plays. It could be Bringing a community closer together it could be that as a result of them winning there might be funds that have been generated for those. That are less fortunate. So what is the impact that you're trying to create now when played for a field hockey team in stratford in new zealand. Where we have. We still hold the longest streak without losing a game in sporting history in new zealand for ten minutes and the humility of the people involved known exactly sure the exact number but it sits somewhere. I believe between two hundred and sixty and two hundred and aiding eighty games without losing a win. It spanned more than sixteen years with a one sixteen titles and awry the one twenty three out of the lost twenty four on the five years. I've played for that team. I was the arrived at the start of the of the streak and we never lost a game in a continued on them for many years after that as well and so with regards the impact. That team was looking for..

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