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Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis

"Marcus Marcus lamb lamb the the CEO CEO and and founder founder of of the the conservative conservative Christian Christian Daystar Daystar television television network network has has died died at at the the age age of of sixty sixty four four after after contracting contracting the the corona corona virus virus his his wife wife Joanie Joanie said said he he had had diabetes diabetes and and was was hospitalized hospitalized after after his his oxygen oxygen levels levels had had dropped dropped lemon lemon Daystar Daystar have have promoted promoted views views opposing opposing cove cove in in nineteen nineteen vaccines vaccines and and restrictions restrictions to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the disease disease the the network's network's programs programs have have featured featured vaccine vaccine skeptics skeptics and and healthcare healthcare professionals professionals who who promote promote alternative alternative club club in in nineteen nineteen treatments treatments in in recent recent months months a a number number of of prominent prominent anti anti vaccination vaccination Christian Christian broadcasters broadcasters have have died died from from Calvin Calvin nineteen nineteen radio radio host host Dick Dick Farrell Farrell Phil Phil Valentine Valentine and and mark mark Bernie Bernie or or who who were were unvaccinated unvaccinated all all died died after after they they contracted contracted the the virus virus I I Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | 1 d ago

Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

"Day. Trevor, Noah gets the dummy today. Now I've long said, you take Bill Mars earpiece off. You take Trevor Noah's earpiece off. John Stuart any of them. Gobert, you put them in a room with a smart man or woman who's well read, and you'll let him talk for two hours. There will be nothing left but ribbons of them. There will be cut to pieces. By anyone who knows their way around a set of facts and how to argue. They're not that bad. They're not smart. They're funny, and they have good timing, they're good comics. But Trevor Noah is a moron. Cut number 21. And while most of the world is willing to wait and see, at least one person feels comfortable about making predictions, the Moderna CEO told the Financial Times he expects the existing vaccines to be less effective against the new variant of COVID. I think it's going to be a material drop. This was on vaccine efficacy. I just don't know how much because we still need to wait for the data, but all the scientists I've spoken to are saying this is not going to be good. So on the one hand, almost all the only cron cases have been mild so far. But on the other hand, the guy who stands to gain millions of dollars from new vaccines says we need new vaccines. Huh. If we don't make a new vaccine, this disease could be with us Ferrari. I mean forever. Sorry, I was thinking of something else. Now, look, I'm not saying that the CEO of Moderna is lying. I'm not saying that at all. I'm just saying, I don't think he's the most objective source on this topic, you know? I'll wait to hear what neutral experts say about a new vaccine. People like public health officials or the CEO of Johnson & Johnson. I mean, he's got nothing a game 'cause nobody's gonna buy his vaccines either way, so I trust him. And also, if we do need a new vaccine for this new variant, it's not a big deal. All right, people. I see people online being like, we're going to get a new shot every year. There's no way. Yeah, yeah, you know what? Maybe to not die, you might need to take 15 minutes out of your year.

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Biden Says 'Lockdowns' Not Needed to Curb Coronavirus Variant

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:41 min | 1 d ago

Biden Says 'Lockdowns' Not Needed to Curb Coronavirus Variant

"John Kennedy, well, let's start with Justin Trudeau, premiere of Canada. I'm a crime is actually in Canada. Not in the United States yet. Cut number 19. Obviously, we're watching very, very closely at the situation with el Macron. We know that even though Canada has very strong border measures now. We need vaccinations to come to Canada. We need pre departure tests. We do testing on arrival. There may be more we need to do, and we'll be looking at it very carefully. Are we going to ban more flights? Are we going to ban more many walked away? Because he doesn't know any more than you know other than Moderna CEO says we're screwed. Joe Biden, Dakota county, Minnesota went up there, and this is what he said cut number 20 from the president. As I told the American people yesterday, this new variant is a cause of concern, but not a cause to panic. On Thursday, I'll put forward a detailed strategy outline in how we've gone, we're going to fight this COVID this winter, not with shutdowns and lockdowns with more widespread vaccination. Boosters testing a much more. In the meantime. It sounds to me like deputy president Ron klain got the President Biden. And said, here's what we're going to do. It's what I'm doing. Urge everyone to get vaccinated because Delta is out there. And delta could kill you. We have about 850 deaths a day average right now in the United States. They're all Delta. And the vast majority of them are people who aren't vaccinated. You want to play poker with your life. I can't talk you out of it, but we're a long past having the government shut things down and closed schools because the cost of those are now well known and they're terrible.

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Best Buy CEO Says Employees Experience Trauma From Rise of Looting

Mark Levin

00:55 sec | 2 d ago

Best Buy CEO Says Employees Experience Trauma From Rise of Looting

"Right now right Too Minneapolis best buys were robbed on Black Friday In the smash and grabs looting whatever you want to call it I don't care pick your word I'm not gonna be like a woke liberal and decide that I'm gonna focus on the word Whatever you want to call it right It's people breaking in and stealing stuff Lots of people doing it Flash mobs everything else Of course these liberal professors were only concerned about how the word makes people feel But how about what the looting does to make people feel How does that make people feel That curiosity The CEO of Best Buy you know she said she came out and she said that there's trauma from these employees That's what they're feeling right now Because all these thefts that are happening Across the country in her stores for example organized crime People come in to stores with the intent to steal consumer electronics And she said quote these are traumatic experiences and they are happening more and more across the country And you have you've got other retailers saying the

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Alex Berenson: More Media Censorship Is Coming

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 3 d ago

Alex Berenson: More Media Censorship Is Coming

"And I'm really worried like you said with the vaccines I just had a breakthrough case Alex It wasn't mild I'm not trying to extrapolate anything from that It's a single subject design It's just me Maybe other people have I'm telling you my case wasn't mild and I feel like today during the show I'm saying to myself this episode will probably get banned somewhere just because I told people factually accurate information I'm really worried about that No I think you're right I don't think you're off conflict at all I think this is a huge issue going forward I think as I said I've been banned from Twitter but I think a Twitter censorship is going to get worse because Jack Dorsey certainly was the CEO of Twitter the founder he's stepping down I think there's a belief among a lot of people that Twitter is going to start to censor even more aggressively And you are absolutely correct By the way I think everybody should be allowed to speak Basically everybody should be allowed to speak And if you have some dumb conspiracy theory that the vaccines are filled with silicon nanoparticles or whatever that will get the speech will drown out speech and it will get worked out That said when you ban people like me who are clearly making their best effort to be serious journalists you're going to drive people to weirder conspiracies Okay you're going to drive people into the hands of these people who say this vaccine is around to depopulate people I don't believe that I don't write that but when you ban people like me you're naturally going to raise suspicion among people who are predisposed to conspiracy theories So it's a terrible idea It's terrible for our country I mean I have to believe that the Democrats eventually are going to see that this is a mistake But they haven't

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Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey stepping down as CEO

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey stepping down as CEO

"Twitter Twitter co co founder founder Jack Jack Dorsey Dorsey is is stepping stepping down down as as CEO CEO Twitter Twitter share share prices prices rose rose on on the the news news that that CEO CEO Jack Jack Dorsey Dorsey is is leaving leaving his his post post effective effective today today the the social social media media platform platform which which has has over over two two hundred hundred million million active active daily daily users users will will now now be be led led by by Barack Barack Arbor Arbor while while Twitter's Twitter's chief chief technology technology officer officer since since twenty twenty seventeen seventeen in in a a letter letter to to employees employees tweeted tweeted from from his his account account Dorsey Dorsey said said it it was was his his decision decision to to leave leave the the company company where where he he has has had had various various lead lead roles roles for for sixteen sixteen years years and and then then he he was was really really sad sad yet yet really really happy happy he he wrote wrote that that his his trust trust in in the the new new chief chief executive executive runs runs bone bone deep deep and and that that for for all all the the talk talk of of the the importance importance of of a a company company being being founder founder lead lead the the idea idea is is severely severely limiting limiting Dorsey Dorsey says says he'll he'll leave leave the the company's company's board board when when his his term term expires expires in in may may of of next next year year after after helping helping with with the the transition transition Paul Paul Barrett Barrett with with the the NYU NYU stern stern center center for for business business and and human human rights rights says says Dorsey Dorsey leaves leaves behind behind a a mixed mixed legacy legacy a a platform platform that's that's useful useful and and potent potent for for quick quick communication communication but but one one that's that's been been exploited exploited by by a a range range of of bad bad actors actors I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Snippet with Julia Newbould

Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

05:19 min | 4 d ago

Snippet with Julia Newbould

"Another thing is that even if you're not in your 40s or 50s, you much younger, you've probably still got money that you don't think you have because if you've got a super fun and you've got insurance to that super fund, which typically people do, you've got a couple of $100,000 there. So there is a meaningful amount that everybody's leaving, but you know you've got to figure out what it is that makes you take and what you want to leave behind. I mean, personally, I love the arts and I have had a lot of pleasure going to theater and concerts and so on. So when I really thought about what I wanted as my legacy, I want to help someone perform in the odds that probably wouldn't get a chance before. And it's very complex to set it up and you really think about what how would I pick that person, you know, after I'm dead, who would choose that person and you know I had to think about, well, which of my friends would be good to put in those positions and you know, that's the kind of fun part of it. I think the thought that we're going to die, that's not a fun part. But you've got something positive to leave behind. That can be very, very pleasant. And I think that that has actually made me feel less afraid to die, knowing that there's something that I will leave behind. It's so interesting the word mortality. I mean, I lost my father a couple of months ago. My mom's 81. So once you get to a phase where you start losing your parents, then you start thinking about what's next. And also when we talk about legacy, we're not just talking about when we pass on. I know a lot of CEOs and business founders and people they're trying to bring their children through their leaders inside the corporation legacy is not just, I guess you're well on testimony. It's also if you founded a business or you've got something going, what happens with all that vision and creativity and culture that you're trying to create. So there are many footprints that we leave as individuals. And I just wanted to say I love the fact that you found who would be if the executioner of your will who would have the charter of putting up this fund and finding those people, you found that a fun thing that bought light to what would normally be a discussion and a thought process, most people just don't want to go to. Yeah. And I think that bringing up the discussion that's really difficult. And I think it was this time last year I was talking to a lawyer and we were talking about wills and he said, now he's a good time. You know, the families get together for Christmas. You know, when everyone's together, talk about your will and your parents will and what they expect and what a siblings maybe you eat expect to do for your parents and so on. And what you expect for your children as well. So depending on what stage of life you're at, it's a good time when the families together to bring things out in the open. Because there's so many things with wheels. You know, if you have more than one child and you don't want to split things evenly or even if you do, you know, the kid's going to say bit so and so got something more when I was alive when you know it's a very complex area and can cause so much family problems. And I think getting yourself right in your own ground and energy is the most important thing. But you know, why do you think that we have money in itself as a topic? The other thing about this is a lot of people feel they don't have enough. So once you start looking at what do I need to retire with so my legacy after work, let alone what do I need to pass over? Is that if he actually front you from a lot of people because there was a thing going around Instagram that said, if you retire with a $1 million, you know, you have to live off 33,000 a year, so to speak. But a lot of people can't even imagine retiring with a $1 million at the moment. And so there's a lot of fear around not having enough right now, let alone set sparks a lot of triggers in people that what if I'm not wealthy enough? How do we know our idea of wealth and how can we be comfortable with what we have now in order to do the next step of planning? How do you help that discussion with your read is even? I think all of it, you know, whether it's your will or whether you've got enough money. To be discussed. And I think it's the way that it comes up in conversation. And so for myself, I read a book a couple of years ago with Kate McCallum a financial adviser. It's called the joy of money. And basically, we looked at money as it's not a discrete topic. You don't talk about money as separate to the rest of your life. It's the enabler for what you want to do in life. So can you afford the holiday break it down? You know, what do I need to leave each week? It's hard to talk about the future without looking at what you have now and is that enough is that satisfying is that giving you pleasure? Can you turn that down and swap work for life after you get retirement age? It's a difficult topic. And I think there's so much going around about how much you do need in retirement. And you know that $1 million figure. Yes, you know, you're living off 33,000 a year, but that's if you don't draw down on the capital. And at some point, maybe you will draw down on the capital. You know, that's what most people will do. But you've got to look at it and figure out what would you do if that was all you had. If you had 33,000, how would you make up the shortfall if you're going to have a shortfall in your life and think about alternatives? You know, retirement now isn't just shut the door on your job and you walk away. You might do something part time. You might do the same job part time. You might change careers.

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Joe Biden Will Read Anything on a Teleprompter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | Last week

Joe Biden Will Read Anything on a Teleprompter

"How about President Biden? This is a classic. Remember, Will Ferrell in the very funny movie anchorman? And he would read anything off the prompter. Anything that was on the teleprompter he'd read it. This is classic. Check this out. Here is Joe Biden in action. He may have heard the CEO of Walmart yesterday on the steps we've taken. He said I quote, the combination of private enterprise and government, working together has been really successful. He went on to say all the way through the supply chain. There's a lot of innovation. Because of the actions we've taken, things have begun to change. And to quote, in the past three weeks, the number of containers sitting on docks blocking that movement. He says in the quote, he says end of, quote, literally, end of, quote, that's actually a daddy warbucks has a lie like that. He's in the radio studios and he's reading he's reading. I'm willing to offer a $50,000 reward to the real persons who are Annie's parents, drop page. And warbucks says drop page because back in the old time radio days used to drop the page and it would say that on the script, so Biden was doing daddy warbucks. Drop page.

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Mark Levin: Joy Reid and Tiffany Cross Have Blood on Their Hands

Mark Levin

01:01 min | Last week

Mark Levin: Joy Reid and Tiffany Cross Have Blood on Their Hands

"Joy Reid believes in suppressing the truth She's a hater And worse And she and her friend what is a Toby Tiffany and others and so forth It is there in my view who are blood on their hands It is people like that will never allow this country to come together Ever And it's because big corporations and these corporatists the CEOs and COOs and CFOs and these board members they want this They want the ratings increased If they can get them But if not they figure they're covering their asses They're protecting themselves because we don't spend enough time going into their damn shareholder meetings raising hell Whereas the other side does They do And they trash mouth and they smear and they slander and they libel We pretty much scratch our heads and complain to each other

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United Airlines Pilot Placed on Unpaid Leave After Being Granted Exemption From Vaccine Mandate

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:12 min | 2 weeks ago

United Airlines Pilot Placed on Unpaid Leave After Being Granted Exemption From Vaccine Mandate

"I am going to be joined in this segment by captain sherry walker and captain Dave Morgan of airline employees for health freedom. They happen to be United Airlines pilots, and they are pretty good at what they do. 7 87 international 7 67, these guys are experts. They keep us safe. They make the skies friendly. They get us from point a to point B and now they are going to tell us their story about their experience with these vax mandates that have been spreading across the country. There is news today that osha has now at least temporarily sidelined this plan of vax mandates, pending circuit court, judgments that have fully put a stop to it, at least for the time being. So we're going to keep monitoring that. Dave Morgan, thank you so much for joining us, captain sherry walker. Thank you so much for joining us. Tell us a little bit about what you guys have been going through the floor is yours. I've got some tape, by the way, that we can play at some point in the segment of the CEO of United. I know you're not speaking on behalf of United here, but I do have, I think it's partner to what we're discussing. So I do want to get to that, but tell us what you've been going through. Tell us a little bit about your background. Are you guys getting paid right now? I went on unpaid leave a week ago on Friday. I'm a pilot for United Airlines. I was hired in continental airlines in 1998, so I've been here 23 and a half years. We've spent many years out in the island of Guam for Micronesia and three years ago, just before the pandemic, we moved from Guam to the great state of Arizona, and I'm on a fly 7 87 out of San Francisco. Pandemic came down the pipe and we pressed on. We are the front lines that we're willing to do whatever it took. What we are team of many, many people, and I'm just representing I'm a voice representing thousands who I wish also could have this opportunity to speak. But we work through this thing. And with a really can do cooperative spirit of let's get through this because I was also a pilot during 9 11. I remember that vividly. We worked through that. And then suddenly, on the back side of this, here comes this vaccine mandate. And those of us who pressed on and made the wheels turn airplanes fly, the people who were able to fly for point a to we were there to get them there. And all of a sudden, Scott Kirby says, we're not safe anymore. You're done. So as of last Friday, I've been placed on unpaid leave, and they've basically cut my cord. I have no insurance, no benefits. I can't retire. I have no access to anything. They have shut me down and to make it worse. I can't pass travel. I can't even jump seat on other airline jump seats. So I'm scrambling right now to see what I'm going to do with insurance. I have three boys, 12, 16 and

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Corporations Now Bow Down to the Marxists

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Corporations Now Bow Down to the Marxists

"It's shocking And more and more of the corporations let me tell you a little secret Like so many of you I used to defend these corporations because all they are Are legal creations that allow individuals to operate freely To build things to create things to produce things to develop things to sell things to purchase things That's all And aggregate or a collection of individuals who invest who make What's wrong with that And of course there would be attacked because of their belief in capitalism But not anymore Not anymore These corporations are now run by corporatists Their CEOs their COOs their CFOs their board members These are corporatists Many of them come out of the same colleges and universities and graduate schools as the other American marxists Many of them are just bowing to the mob because they think it's good for business But either way it's corrupt When you look back at the John D. Rockefeller's when you look back at the vanderbilts when you look back at the great the great capitalist the industrialists Of course you're now supposed to hate them

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Macy's, Kohl's post strong results heading into holidays

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Macy's, Kohl's post strong results heading into holidays

"Sales surged at two department store chains heading into the holiday season Macy's and Kohl's announced strong sales and share earnings for the fiscal third quarter specialty retailers Victoria's secret and bath and body works also posted strong results Macy's earned two hundred thirty nine million dollars in the third quarter after posting a loss of ninety one million last year sales at stores open at least a year rose over thirty five percent Cole said it earned two hundred forty three million that compares with a loss of twelve million or eight cents per share last year and the launch of Sephora shops at Kohl's is getting a good response with twenty five percent of those customers new to the retailer Cole CEO said the supply chain problems are still delaying shipments especially women's clothes and combined with lower inventory targets the company may have missed an opportunity I'm Jennifer king

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Wife of Missing Chinese Official Calls Government a 'Monster,' 'They Eat Their Children' - Newsweek

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Wife of Missing Chinese Official Calls Government a 'Monster,' 'They Eat Their Children' - Newsweek

"Pressure to address concerns of the safety of a Chinese professional tennis player who has gone missing thanks why went missing school after accusing a former top government official of sexual assaults many abroad have called on China to show how well being the calls come off to Chinese state media pace didn't email in which banks says she's safe and that the assault allegation is untrue Steve Simon the CEO of the women's tennis association said he did not believe paying both the email all believed what was written the W. T. A. S. demanded a full investigation and is prepared

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Rep. Cori Bush Tells Oil Execs They Are Promoting 'White Supremacy'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Cori Bush Tells Oil Execs They Are Promoting 'White Supremacy'

"That Cori Bush. I don't say this often of a member of Congress she's a crackpot. The woman is a hysterical crackpot. The woman needs moral and psychological therapy. Listen to this. In large part to those testifying today and the corporations they represent. So I will just have 11 more 90° days per year than when I was born. Mister Lawler on the overwhelming majority of fossil fuel CEOs, black or white. You know, I don't, I don't have the. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Let's begin with this. So she who is she who interrogating her, do you know? It doesn't really matter. In fact, it doesn't matter at all. Are the overwhelming majority of fossil fuel CEOs white or black? Let's say they were black. What difference would it make? We have descended into nonsense my dear Friends. Nonsense. Okay, continue. Congressional hearing of energy company executives. You know, I don't have the exact numbers, but I would assume they're white. Yes. Miss Watkins is an all refinery more likely to be situated in a black community or white community. I'm not sure how to answer that, honestly. We've got oil refineries along the U.S. Gulf Coast and we're very proud to be community members there. Is black. Mister work are the impacts of climate change. Wait, so what they put oil refineries, they go ways of block community. Let's put an oil refinery. Is that what she claims? See, that's what people should be able to ask is the gist of your question that we look to black communities to place oil refineries?

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 Johnson & Johnson to split into 2 companies

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Johnson & Johnson to split into 2 companies

"Johnson and Johnson the world's biggest maker of health care products is splitting into two companies first know the companies will not be called Johnson and Johnson the Johnson and Johnson name will remain with Jane J's medical device and prescription drug business the division that sells bandaids Listerine and over the counter medicines like Tylenol will become a new consumer health company name not yet disclosed CEO Alex Gorsky says the two areas have evolved as fundamentally different businesses you know it's the consumer health business has more than twenty brands that each have over one hundred and fifty million dollars in annual sales the split is intended to make each company more nimble and adapting to their respective markets and allow for more precise allocation of capital I'm

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McDonald's CEO faces growing criticism after gun victim text

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

McDonald's CEO faces growing criticism after gun victim text

"This C. E. O. of McDonald's fast food is facing increased criticism over text messages he sent to Chicago's mayor about two children's deaths from gun violence an activist released text messages from McDonald's Chris Kim jin ski to Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot referencing two shootings that killed a young black girl and a Latino boy shot by police this C. E. O. wrote with both the parents feel those kids which I know is something you can't say even harder to fix Chicago organizations have been protesting for days the mother of jasmine Adams the girl killed at a McDonald's drive thru demanded an apology while Illinois congressman Bobby rush wants Kim jin ski to be removed the Chicago Tribune reports can chance he apologized to his employees saying that he reacted viscerally through the lens of being a father without showing the empathy and compassion he feels for the families hi Jackie Quinn

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Prince Harry says he warned Twitter CEO of U.S. Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Prince Harry says he warned Twitter CEO of U.S. Capitol riot

"Britain's prince Harry has said he wants with the CEO that the U. S. capitol Ryan was coming a day before it happens hi he said he sent an email to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey saying that the site was being used to stage political unrest he made the comments on an online panel misinformation in California did you could Sussex also said of the said the email he didn't hear from to see again social media has been under fire recently for allowing misinformation to spread its pleadings outcomes such has the storming of the U. S. capitol in January of this year Karen Thomas London

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Who Is Vivek Ramaswamy, Author of 'Woke, Inc.'?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Is Vivek Ramaswamy, Author of 'Woke, Inc.'?

"Show. I've been looking forward to this one for quite some time. One of the most important books that has been authored in recent memory and it's all about kind of woke ism and corporate America and what we can do about it and it's a very interesting very articulate guest. The vague Rama Swami did I get that right? You pretty darn close, Charlie. Good to see you. All right, I'm in the zip code. Honor to have you on our show. You're doing a wonderful job introduce yourself first to our audience and then talk a little bit about your book and we'll go from there. Yeah, sure, just a brief introduction. I grew up was born and raised in Ohio, where actually I live today. My parents were both immigrants from India. I often jokingly asked my dad why he came halfway around the world to Southwest Ohio. And he said that, actually, it was the only place in the world where he could get a job in the United States to be near his older sister who was in Fort Wayne Indiana. And that, of course, beg the question of why she came to Fort Wayne Indiana and we joke around it's the only U.S. state with the word India containing. That gets a bit of my family background on how they came here on a joking note. More seriously, I ended up going to Harvard for college. I studied molecular biology. I was a nerdy guy in the lab the whole time. Ended up getting into BioTech investing after I graduated. Did that for 7 years from 2007 to 2014, spent three of those years at the same time in law school at Yale where I met my wife, probably the most productive thing that came out of it. She was in med school and lived next door to me. And when I came back to New York City, after I finished law school and having a fund job on the side, now it was just a fun job. I ended up having a gap in my schedule, took up stand up comedy for 6 months before I decided that that wasn't my calling and left my job to start a BioTech company. I led the company as CEO for 7 years and during that time we got a number of medicines developed. The one I'm probably most proud of is a new drug to treat prostate cancer. But I stepped down from my job as CEO, this January. And you know, thankfully, the company runs well today. It's multi-billion dollar business, but I stepped down as CEO to work on what I thought was a different kind of cancer. Not a biological cancer. But a cultural cancer that I thought threatened to kill the dream that allowed me to achieve everything I ever had in my life as a first generation American. And that was the new orthodoxy. Well, I guess we could call the new woke orthodoxy that had really taken control of one elite institution after another. And though I wasn't born into a lead America, I had lived it for the last 15 years. And I felt compelled to not only tell my story, but to reveal the problem that I saw, which I viewed as a defining scam of our

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"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

Athlete CEO

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

"A meal together and it's you know, but I think that's what makes us successful company right as being able to have those drag out cuz you you care so much on both sides, but at the end of the day, it doesn't take a relationship doesn't taint the company. So I don't know if that was a fun fun little memory that just came but you know, you've talked a lot about like the buck stops with you and off and really being the CEO of the company. I love to hear cuz I think this is something that we struggle with I struggle with specifically as like as you're you know, there's companies growing a hyper-growth pace. You're raising Capital you're trying to figure out what to do. Like, how as as a CEO of a fast-growing company. How do you think through prior to prioritize your objectives letting your people do what they need to do but still have that voice into it just like your day-to-day as a startup CEO. What do you what do you go through home? Look at your role within the company. Wish I had a day-to-day like idea of what that looks like. It's and honestly in a lot of ways, I'm not the model. I know it can be done better. And I'm I'm a you know, that creative brain that scattered and I probably have you know severe ADHD adult whatever they call it for adults. I don't know but so in a lot of ways I need my co-founders a guy who's now our president. He's the data scientist. He's the number guy. He he's taken over running the financials and the model and he and I agree on what the budgets are going to be and how we're going to spend down in the daily monitoring. He's better at that than I am and and so part of my day-to-day has been finding where I can supplement and a lot of it's been through him. He took over the attorney relationship because he was better at it than I was um, I'm still pitching he supports in those pitches because I'm I'm the hype man. Like that's my role. I hype up what we're doing I go out and I talked to invest you guys have heard Zach in a meeting exact I can I can say yep. The grandiose statement he comes back in with yeah. So we've had 53% growth and blah blah blah and you know, it works really well and you gotta find that that give-and-take first. I think of like At first I thought that stuff and I did a poorly but it was enough right? There's always like a way you could improve like right now, I'd love to have a CFO. I'm not going to pay six figures for CFO right now. We're doing fine. We're not at the point where that's necessary the you know, I'd love to have a team of marketers. There's all these things..

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Athlete CEO

02:10 min | 1 year ago

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"Change most This is not the dress rehearsal. I absolutely love that this episode hit so close to home for me. Especially when Joe was sharing his four-pillar framework of health professional spiritual and social and I know that I'm going to take pen to paper and I'd encourage you to do the same to Define. What is success look like in those four categories and man that was a great way to end our conversation in interviews with Joe Schmidt, but you guys are not going to want to miss out on our next interview with the co-founder of go wild. It's the best hunting fishing and Outdoors Community social media platform on the market today the founder Brad Littrell dropped absolute gold on everything. He has done to take himself a from having a day job to now being the co-founder of a venture-backed fast-growing company. And so I know you guys are not going to want to miss out on that wage. Head over to athlete CEO, make sure you subscribe to the newsletter. We have put some updated resources in there for the tools that Joe Schmidt need covered and all the other interesting stuff that we've been reading. We've been writing and we've been watching and of course if you guys are enjoying this podcast, please make sure that you head over you give us a review and not only helps us but it helps others find this podcast that they can be benefit and from you as well. And so we love you guys. We appreciate your guys's feedback and the community that we're building over here at the athletes CEO family and until next time stay humble. Stay hungry and always be a pro..

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Athlete CEO

03:18 min | 1 year ago

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"The greatest driver of your net worth your human capital I'm your host Eric April and I am joined by my co host and brother Verana in April we are the CO founders of aws capital where we partner with athletes founders NBC's to unlock the full potential of their wealth for maximum. Impact each week here on the athletes CEO podcast, we feature select excerpts from interviews with the trailblazers. The elite does the top of the field in the best of their craft with the goal to curate the best practices that you can leverage to unlock your human capital and on today's episode, we're bringing you the third segment of our interview with Joe Schmidt the first two. Previous segments of you haven't listened to go back filled with absolute gold. Joe. Schmidt is a former Notre Dame football captain. He's an investor in excel venture capital firm where they funded the likes of a Facebook, slack a dropbox, and now joe run strategies sales in partnerships at ethos life, a startup life insurance company that has raised over one hundred, million dollars themselves from. Sequoia Excel in Google ventures to name a few in this installment joe takes us inside the world of his advice to startup founders which for Brandon and I being founders ourselves I know was so exciting and enjoyable in a ton of good takeaways. The pure Gold Eric I'm in the part that will everybody will love in. It's still gets me every time as the gripped. The fifteen minute coffee, the fifteen minute meeting I mean the it was incredible. I think he has said he he did some ridiculous amount of camera remember number of coffees totally caffeine hyped up but it ended up leading to his his position at Excel and you know I just really for founders. Certainly if you're looking for funding if you're trying to build out your team if you're looking for product market fit if you're just getting out of sports right and you're trying to find your first GIG or even if you're still playing I mean Jeez, the ways to be able. To to ask for a fifteen minute meeting, it's not a big ask you can get just about anybody I mean I still got goosebumps thinking about it I just think you know I start paying people on linked in really enjoyed that piece I think everybody's GonNa. Love it. Yeah I think it's a it's playing in the traffic rights the the Joe just very practical advice of saying you're not asking for a job you're not asking for too much literally hey, can I take you to coffee for fifteen minutes so I can hear your story and as he says it there. It's a Cliche, but you gotta put yourself out there and I just think there's so many practical takeaways that you actually don't know where your next opportunity is. GonNa come from, but you you gotta play to win you know and I think that is something that. We instill in in our employees and our people, and then I think just when it comes to investing in your human capital. One of the biggest things is. That network that your net worth, and so the bigger that your networking get of the deeper your net worth can be in the currency that you have, and so without further ado, let's listen into our conversation with our good buddy Joe Schmidt..

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Athlete CEO

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

"You know, maybe there's a consumer angle and you know, like when you guys ask us about our investors you immediately say Jay-Z and and you know Downey so there's there's something Value to be had there. I think it just you gotta find your way into the right place with people that you trust. Do you have any parting words for our audience? Whether it's for for the professional athlete weather out for a Founder that's looking to be back by VC or or a a fellow investor. What are your parting words of wisdom for our audience for the athletes that are listening to this page? Just remember that you know how how hard it is to really do in investing the right way and you know, imagine if you know, we got somebody off the street and we told them that they needed to go in and they needed to you know, get a hit off of Clayton Kershaw or you know, or we we told somebody that they needed to go pitch and I'll be like what would happen and like that is absolutely no different and it actually might be more, you know serious on you guys going into investing dead. And so without the proper training and commitment you run the risk of really losing significant significant amounts of money. And so I would really try to find a way that you can trust that are going to do all the work to try to help you come up to speed and then make really informed decisions about where you can put your time in your money because it's just it's just scary what can happen to people so just a heavy word of caution, you know there and well that was an incredible segment and I thought what an opportunity to create wealth in the Venture Capital space, but it also makes it one of the most competitive and difficult markets in the world. For example a him mentioning that exchange looks at 10,000 companies in a year in May only fund ten. This makes me think about what it would be like for the average individual the average Joe to roll off the street and try and defend a job. From LeBron or step in the Box against a Young Award winning pitcher Jacob degrom and what do you think would happen? Obviously there would not be a lot of success amateurs. Don't belong in the space of professionals and that's absolutely no different when it comes to investing and really even more important because what's at stake which is a huge amount of money in your financial future and I am excited for you guys to listen to the next segment. You are not going to want to miss out when Joe shares the strategy that actually helped him land a job and Excel and what's the most important advice that he has four Founders that they need to know. So head over to athlete CEO, make sure that you subscribe to the newsletter to get access to all of this Insider information the tools that are discussed in these podcasts. You are not going to want to miss out and if you guys are enjoying this podcast, I highly recommend that you guys home. Over to the podcast on Apple iTunes and look up a WM insights. It's our timely investment and financial news topics short little bites that you guys are going to love for. Sure. Once again, that's awm insights and then till next time stay humble. Stay hungry and to always be a pro..

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Athlete CEO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

"Everyone welcome back to the athletes CEO podcast where we Empower you to unlock the greatest driver of your net worth your human capital..

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Athlete CEO

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

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Athlete CEO

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

"Put all this in the show notes if you guys go over to athletes CEO, cuz I know you guys are probably scribbling notes if you in the car and you can't all of that's going to be accessible on the website, but this Clarity of understanding defining what it is that you would want to accomplish. Can you talk about over the thirty years you've worked with these young kids coming out of college. How do you help them start to provide Clarity be on like, oh, I just want to be a football player. Is it off of a refinement? Can you just talk about the process of how you meant or so many of these players through that situation? Well, it's really a Stephen Covey approach from the standpoint of begin with. The mind and I asked the guys when you looked in the rear-view mirror and your career is behind you. What do you want? What impact do you want to make what kind of bank account back up in the four things? What's your everybody wants to have a fat bank account so money. Okay. Everybody wants to be able to play with their kids health. Every this life is about relationships without relationships. We we wouldn't even want to do business. Okay, we that's what covid-19 Joan us. We need to have interaction. We need to have relationships with no one in the planet understands what you guys have gone through as professional athletes, no matter how long you played no matter what level you played then other guys have done the same thing. So wouldn't it make sense to maintain longer-term relationships with those people that you run bus rides with you were in the you were in the trenches with wage then the forth thing you want to have is you want to have opportunities the platform of a professional athlete is very revered by the general public and CEOs will go to dinner and lunch with you now when you're in the NFL or if you're in professional sports the day after you're gone the day after you get waived fired terminated, whatever the case may be. They might make time.

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Athlete CEO

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

"Would own an entire country if I had that the answer that question so good right b r a m. Okay. So here's what really think it starts. I think it starts with your identity in in your creator. It's a faith element. If you don't change understand where you are with respect to your faith and while you're here and 20/20 and you got the parents got and you're get the wife you got and the kids got whatever the situation may be. It's hard to really change your identity without understanding what that is and I'm not here to say what it should be but you got to figure it out. Okay, once you have your faith component compartment wage component figured out and it's easier to kind of go. Hey if I think of myself as this, I'm going to bring this into my world. I'm going to attract it's a off traction. If I change my identity through the Law of Attraction. I'm going to attract different things and I want to do want to attract different things. So I think it's being used the word intentional earlier. That's one of the most important words in the English language. Are you just kind of Gone With the Wind or you going to you're going to make your own way home and I think for professional athletes because their careers are so short every single thing they do even when they decide to go on a vacation in the off-season. It should be intentional. Everything they do should be intensive if they're going to take a break for a couple of weeks. Give them give their bodies of break should be intentional. They shouldn't just wake up one day go they're going to take off for a couple of weeks home. So I think they have to be they have treat themselves almost like a corporation that's got a limited shelf-life and the revenue is going to end from that spawned at the end of their career. What do they want to accomplish between today point a and point B when their careers over? Yeah, that's great and that translates to all of us, right I think waking up every day of having the intentionality of understanding that this life is a gift right and we all know this we're not promised tomorrow 20/20 is reminded all of us took far less control than we think that do and so having that intentionality having that understanding and I think another book that comes to mind is a high-performance habit dog. Brendon burchard e he parks on the importance of clarity. I think one thing listening and two conversations you've had on your podcast and for the audience just a reminder prior mind-set is is Craig's podcasting. You guys have to check it out. Of course, we're going to put all this in the show notes if you guys go over to athletes CEO, cuz I know you guys are probably scribbling notes if you in the car and you can't all of that's going to be accessible on the website, but this Clarity of understanding defining what it is that you would want to accomplish. Can you talk about over the thirty years you've worked with these young kids coming out of college. How do you help them start to provide Clarity be on like, oh, I just want to be a football player. Is it off of a refinement?.

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Athlete CEO

03:03 min | 1 year ago

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"A w m capital happens to be my older brother as well Brandon April and awm. We're on a mission to bring our clients and maximize their net worth ultimately for the biggest impact on their families communities World At Large and one thing that we believe would uniquely is that song net worth is not just your financial Capital but really believe that the biggest driver of your net worth is actually your human capital and that's where this podcast is. All about is how do we maximize increase and monetize your human capital in our guest today? We are fired up to have a conversation with him because this is what he specializes in he is yes a sports attorney. He's nagode. Did it over a billion dollars of NFL contracts? But what we're going to focus on is the things that he's learned over thirty years of being the closest to these Elite athletes is what is the pro mindset of what separates those that end up accomplishing what they should and then those that fail and so with that introduction. I'd like to introduce Craig Dome into the podcast Craig. Thanks for being on birth. Thank you so much. I'm excited about being on your show today Greg. Yeah, one of the things we've we've had this back in conversation of you know, being in the Inner Circle of some the best athletes in the world, we get exposed to the inner workings of seeing what happens when you have certain clients and players essentially outperform what people expect them to do and then we have the big flops of these high talented huge draft picks that never really pan out and that's the conversation the three of us want to have today is Kathy. Just still down. What is actually the separator that makes individuals successful because whether it's football baseball the PGA or in the boardroom, these skill sets transfer in these conversations do so. I just love to hear your general thoughts as we as lead into that conversation outstanding Eric. Here's the thing in in representing a lot of players, you know, having a draft picks you start seeing patterns of behavior patterns of thought you start seeing guys that regardless of what the NFL teams think.

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Athlete CEO

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

"You talk about as you always said, you know on the Gridiron if you didn't perform your job, they would bench you. Can you talk about as a client what expectations you should hold your service adviser to I think the biggest thing is just follow through if you're you're if you're a client in your advisor says they're going to do something and then it just either doesn't get done, You're not getting communication. Yeah, that's that's not good enough and then as far as Yeah, that's the biggest one for sure. But also they need to. They need to provide more service than just investments just doing Investments is is is not enough for the athlete cuz they have so much of their income as front-loaded. They have the faith to have tax issues which creates planning opportunities for the client. So in incorporating that all together is I think the model that's the best works for athletes and and obviously you guys know more about whether that's the best model because you guys have been doing it now for so long, but from my point of view the client should expect more from from, you know, a fine choice either. I don't even like using that term because a financial adviser has such a bad connotation. Now, you know, I I'd rather call a financial planner or wealth manager or wealth advisor or something along those lines because wage, you know, anyone can call themselves a financial adviser and and they're not actually providing very much value. I think that's huge Zach. I mean, I think you're learning with us. I mean, we definitely have struck the financial advisor term from our from our language for all those reasons. It's just it doesn't describe. What what somebody should really be looking for. And as we kind of come come towards a close here want to be respectful of time. You know, one question would like to leave with is just if you had a few minutes with a with a current NFL guy that twenty-one-year-old walking out on the field to take his you know his spot in the stretch line and he turned to me and asked, you know, kind of what what are the what's the absolute necessity before coach Blows the Whistle and we have to stop talking if I'm trying to get some advice from a senior player from a vet. What are you going to tell them? I think the biggest thing is that you're there for your your on that field for a reason. You can only control how you know, what do how you play can't control all the other players on the field can't control outside circumstances trust in the ability that you you have trust in the fact that you you wouldn't be in the situation you're in if people didn't think you know, highly of you so don't make anything up just do your job. Do do what you've done your whole life as a player and performance will follow along great. I think you know anybody that he needs that wisdom is is probably going to be in a really good spot. So yeah Zach we've enjoyed this obvious been a lot of fun. I'm sure we'll do it again in the future and hope everybody that's listening this took something away whether you're an NFL guy getting your career started finishing up or even if you're a business owner just what it takes to be competitive at such an elite level. You can find us at athlete CEO on iTunes or anywhere else that you listen to podcasts. And with that. We just like to always remind everybody stay humble. Stay hungry and always be.

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active CEO Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

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"John's. Kyota and high on Craig Johnson Welcome to episode one, Twenty Five of the act of CEO podcast. We are decoding the Nick Siegman, a breaking the card. Today we're talking about create direction and meaning. In the previous episode, we spoke about purpose creating a ripple effect. It focused on the importance of having your own why vision purpose and values. In this episode, we discover how to create direction meaning through shit mission vision values, and beliefs. So, not just your arm but shit with an team and how you organize that as a leader. Because not sitting direction can easily lead. To. Conflict. Apathy. Poor productivity. And other things that disrupt the team of NECE and performance. What does direction? The position towards which someone or something. Moves or faces. To be great at Sitting Direction you, you must be able to sit a course toward a destination that others will recognized as representing real progress for everyone involved. Because Sitting Direction House hold people accountable. Which therefore improves motivation and performance. The team has. Zero doubt what they need to achieve. To find success. Sitting Direction also clarifies priorities and reduces busy work. That leads to people starting to focus their attention if towards achieving the direction. It also helps motivate your team. A world.

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Athlete CEO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

"What a guy like mode does better than anyone is when he walks in a room. He zoning that room because he's not trying to please the people in the room. He's just going into the room with what he has with his genuine nature of life with his skills his abilities his talents and he's saying here I am and it's amazing to how the room adapts to him rather than he having to adapt to the room. So that was that was that was really special my relationship, you know, during the season, you know, every every game right around the sixth inning to the 7th mid 7th, you know, we would spend a good thirty five minutes together stretching but mostly talking And it was all about mindset but never talking about mindset. It was always about life and and approach to things. Wow, very powerful and Coach just want to say thank you once again for your time and and just before we sign off if there's one last in parting words of wisdom that you could leave with everybody else or one one, you know coaching tip. What would it be? I would simply say trust yourself and know that there's a champion inside of you. It's your job to bring that back into life every single day. There's days when you're going to question whether that champion is even in there, you know, but what is your job to bring that champion to life and when you look in the mirror and that's what you see that's how you laugh. That's how you'll behave and over time. You will get the champion outcomes that you want, but that all starts when you trust yourself. Well, thank you so much and for the audience, hopefully you guys home. Enjoyed this as much as we did in until next time stay humble. Stay hungry and always be a pro..

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Athlete CEO

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

"Everything is a process and at the end of process is a result. So it's like, you know, I want to be a great CEO. Well, I mean, it's great to see it's just a title. What's your daily process everything comes down to a daily process? So if you get that, right, the result will take care of itself as we know. I'm sure many people have heard that before but you don't have to identify with a title. I'd rather you identify with the process and these series of different processes that you have those processes make up dead. Who you are? So you're not actually a title. You're more you're defined by the processes that you engage in every single day. And that's that's how I I look at things. It's a different concerts like yeah, I am a high performance coach but these are the things I do every day that allow me to be comfortable with who I am as a person which allows me to be a benefit off to you but I don't identify myself everyday I get a I'm coach. I'm a coach I have to do this cuz I'm a coach I do this because this is what allows me to perform optimally and that's why I encourage people to do try not to be so focused on title and don't be so glued to the outcome, right? Because what we do has to yield and I am right and outcomes will either be positive or negative but you could still be great at something and get a negative outcome. How do you pivot off of that negative outcome and make that negative a positive right? It goes back to yep. Process you always have to go back to your process and you either have a winning process or a losing process. So if you get a lot of losses and a lot of negatives your process stinks, but if you get a positive positive positive and an occasional negative, you probably have a pretty good process. Cuz we we can't bat a thousand in anything that we do there's days we wake up you could have a great process you work out eat I get massage you get stretched you meditate you take hot baths you float. You do all these things. But you still feel like crap on Wednesday morning. The body is dynamic. I mean we're talking about cells we're talking about energy. We're talking about atmosphere. We're talking about humidity climate. There's there's so many factors that we can't control them all so we have to control what we can control and.

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"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

Athlete CEO

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

"They were supposed to and that, you know, we're able to pay them and they were able to go home and build, you know build wealth and provide for their families. I mean gosh would like what's better than that, right and at the end of day, you know going back to success and wealth personally, you know him and finance office and if if I can do a good job of protecting my shareholders and if I can do a good job of, you know, being a great partner for our borrowers and building trust with them and then dead You know, I can help our employees accomplish their personal goals. How am I not going to be successful personally, right? And so it's I think it's the last thing you have to think about. But if you do all of those other things happen, it's going to happen. And so that's my mindset. You know, let's talk in ten years and I'll tell you if it worked or not. But that's what that's what we're shooting for, you know as executive home and and how I think about life right now so man that was absolute gold and very challenging convicting inspiring all all in the same breath. And so Kyle. Thank you so much for for your time. I know that I've thoroughly enjoyed it. I know our audience will will love it. I'll make sure audience from a show notes standpoint that I linked to age to Trinity and and anyway to get in touch with with Kyle and his company and so Kyle. Thank you so much for spending some time with us today. You bet. Thanks for having me and for the audience that wage. You guys as always for tuning in and until next time always stay humble. Stay hungry and be a pro. Thanks for listening to this episode of the athletes CEO podcast a production of atw capital. Please note that Investments are strategies mentioned on this podcast may not be suitable for you. We encourage you to get gas you specific situation with a qualified Certified Financial Planning all opinions expressed by podcast participants are solely their own opinions and do not reflect the opinion at a w n capital or two. For more information visit..

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"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

Athlete CEO

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

"Everyone. Welcome back to the athlete CEO podcast. I'm your host to Eric April. I am very excited for our audience today. We have an incredible guest in interview. Someone that has no doubt already impact did so many of us through her incredible work in her hand on a lot of the large marketing and brand initiatives across some of the biggest brands that we all love weather Thursday. Nike and the just do it Apple in the iPad or Levi's and the Goforth campaign and now her role as the chief marketing officer of AR & VR a Facebook page and beyond all the success that our guest is had in the business world. I think the thing that we love about these conversations is she's so much more than that, right? We're not defined by one thing. It's about the impact in all aspects of Our Lives. She is a mom and she was a Collegiate athlete and as we always say once an athlete always an athlete and so with that we are super excited to welcome Rebecca Van Dyke to the podcast. Thanks for being here. I think they're thanks for having me. I appreciate it. Yeah Becca where I wanted to start is as we all know we are in unprecedented time here in 2020 experiencing something that none of us could have guessed or drawn up and one of the hardest things I know is a community of people across the world that we've struggled with is dead. We are so communal. We are so personally connected to our families and our friends and and that had been a really stolen from us where we've been isolated and secluded but it's a very interesting thing that you're the CM of of AR & VR in this time when we're disconnected. I'd love to hear just how this experience is maybe accelerated that industry or if you could share any stories of how that's playing. Oh, yeah. Thanks for asking. It is an interesting time for all of us isn't it as humans as parents as co-workers as podcast guests. And so I guess I'll bring all of that to this specifically in our business. So let me talk a little bit about the products that we are selling today within our team. We have group of products under the Oculus brand and that would be our and we have a group of products that are for video calling Under the portal brand..

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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

"Family or your friends the most important into into nor how you're going to lead yourself remember successful leaders say. Nar more than I say. Yes because they are what is important that they need to focus their attention on the need to sit the intention of the day to focus on what needs the greatest attention so successfully to suicide nor to a lot more things and they will say yes and when they do say yes generally comes with a lot of energy and clarity because they are that is aligned to their purpose and the purpose of whatever they're doing at that time whatever they're involved in the company or the purpose of a community group they will are quickly with their aligns with the mission and the purpose and they will say yes when it makes sense and say nor when it's also clear would doesn't make sense so into ask yourself this question emlyn living proactively or reactively living more proactively or reactively. I'd like to see you take a more proactive approach. Tigra charge of your life. You don't think about this. You want to be more proactive by design. This is reactive by default to proactive bydesign versus reactive by default now proactive by design. Means that you've planned that you've prepared for it. You thought about it taking control of it you are the Sea of it a SI. You're who is reactive? What last very long in their job. Because they are more likely to create problems that take longer to fix and can lead to did ends then those that. Take a proactive approach by design with a clearly map out the priorities and desires so for you. Are you a proactive? Ceo of your life or reactive CEO of your life. I love to hear that you are being practiced. Clearly mapping out you'll and desires now think about the business of your life your success as a person as a human being as an influence as a leader depends on your intention to the entire human company inside of you that entire company inside of you. What does that mean? Let's break it down? Think of yourself as a company and we're going to break it down into different divisions or compartments of that company. Different.

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"ceo" Discussed on active CEO Podcast

active CEO Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on active CEO Podcast

"Healthy ers and pizzas latest. Discover the energy to perform exceptional brilliance and positively impact. The lives of those around them be inspired by world leaders. Game changing influences and next level. Gary's these these the active see our podcast whether ordinary daren't belong and now you'll highest C. R. and founder of energy to perform international speaker and ladyship performance coach Craig. John's cure high on Craig Jones and welcome to episode eighty-seven of the active CEO. Podcast today we are decoding. The Knicks Sigmon of breaking the card. We're GONNA be talking about see your presence. The second P of the three pieces of the leadership performance formula. And we ask you the question. Have you got see your prisons now? How we turn up and show up to the office. Meetings presentations events can either have a positive or negative effect on productivity confirming a contract or even the way current or potential consumers. View Your Business. So you can't just rely on exercising regularly eating well Fremont and recovering with purpose. You also need to treat every Interaction as a performance. This look at it from the suspect. How many times have you seen people come into a meeting? The underprepared lacking in energy and the just waltz on in an people continue conversations. They sit down they may flick through the notes and go. Okay all right. We're talking about this today such and such. Can you tell us bring us up to speed? So the forty come in. They lacking in energy. They don't have the presence of mind to even do justice to the meeting with interaction by doing the research. And knowing exactly what's coming on you know if you really WanNa make a difference if you really want to now. Let's sale whatever. It may be whatever your outcome is from that interaction. The need to issue treat it like a performance so you need to make sure that you have the prisons in that room so you can deliver with focus clarity. You can hold people's attention you can raise the energy and you can ensure that you can deliver your message with purpose because people read between the lines. If they aren't they will feed on your energy. They will feed on your lack of presence. And it's not gonNA look good. It's not gonNA in well so we have to think about this more effectively now if you look at it some work. The Abbot Mara been has done in his book. Silent messages nor percents of communication effective is non verbal. He signed Civic Center. Awards case the verbal fifty-five into a body language in thirty eight percent of the tarn a music of our voice so therefore our body language is powerful when it comes to US prisons..

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