34 Burst results for "Ceelo"
El Chapo, the Sinaloa Cartel, and the War on Drugs
"From selling oranges just to buy food to running. A multibillion dollar drug empire l. Chapels tail is one of rags to cocaine dusted riches. El chapo guzman is a name. Most of us have probably heard of the name. Thousands of people have feared chapel took his childhood entrepreneurial spirit and turned it into an international narcotics operation. He expanded his empire with a combination of bribes government manipulation in innovative shipments system and brute force and tear when necessary. He took on a status as a legendary hero to some and as a heartless monster to others l. chapel maintained his control with an iron fist. No secrets got past him. And no one disobeyed his orders. His employees claimed he's omniscient like god. He sees everything as many people found out. Betrayal chapel or any other leader of the ceelo cartel. And you won't survive long. A man who seemed unstoppable with thousands of supporters willing to die for him managed to escape. Da and other law enforcement agencies for decades and escape from prison twice until his desire for a flashy lifestyle and city life led to his eventual and probably final arrest but his drug empire did not end with l. chapels capture. The seen alot of cartel is still alive and well today ran by el chapo zone children and his business partner il mio. The cartels still runs the majority of the drug trade mexico and seemingly will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. There still powerful enough to engage the mexican national guard indirect battle and win what led to el chapo becoming one of the most infamous drug lords in the world. We're gonna look into that today. Also we're going to look into the us war on drugs without it. There would be no el chapo. If narcotics were legal there would be no need to smuggle them into the united states. There would be no illegal narcotics demand for cartels to supply. Why are drugs illegal. Going to look into the history of drugs in us today at one time or another. They were legal. So what changed. What would happen if we made drugs legal again. would there still be cartels. What our country fall into anarchy and despair or would improve
Poet grapples with coals legacy
"Arsia whale. Poetry is often inspired by nature te growing up. He wandered the hills of rural pennsylvania. It's still possible to do things like get lost in the woods here if you want to. It's still possible to find places where the night. Sky is completely unpolluted by artificial late but the region he's from is known more for coal than treason stars. And in his recent book of poems called toothsome ceelo grapples with this legacy. He says the economic benefits of coal mining came with a big cost for many miners like his grandfather. And great-grandfather both ended up succumbing to complications from work. It's called black lung. Disease urge the accumulation of coal sediment in the lungs strip mining has also scarred the earth and in the town of centralia a coal mine fire has burned underground for more than fifty years in his poetry. Cola wrestles with these losses and people's role and harming the climate and land. Who now can doubt that. The earth hides fires that the land can speak through many mouths that some dark mountain husbandry has converted this forest to a larger in these fields to an oven.
How Breathwork Affects Your Brain And Helps You Experience Transcendence
"Have you ever heard stories of people coming out of meditation or breads work journey or even from plant medicine ceremony and talking about this profound sense of connection and unity and oneness this experience of feeling connected to everything around him and drowns ending beyond separation. Have you experienced that yourself and to really understand this scientifically. We need to understand the term default mode network. You see the demon. All the default more network is the name given to a network in your brain that has been shown to be crucial in normal everyday consciousness. That is when you're out and about your shopping. You're having a conversation and aimlessly browsing on your social media. Feeds the demon helps us function in the word and when it is added speak activity level is linked to mental processes such as our awareness of ourselves that is our ego construct our relationship those around us and how they perceive us and our relationship to the past and to the future. That is what happened why it happened. What could have happened. What will happen. What won't happen and questions like this. Does that sound familiar now when you are focused on a specific dusk such as solving a puzzle. Are snowboarding down. The mountain are trying to catch a moving ball. That's usually win the d. m. n. is at its lowest activity level. Now since we're talking about the brain year the default mode network has been linked to many mental conditions. Let's take the example of depression. When the demon is hyper active it can lead to excessive self reflection and creating of narratives and stories that are inaccurate or excessively negative. That's because the or active demon is always comparing our present state with something that happened in the past or projecting months or even years into the future. Another interesting thing is that the demon is intricately connected with chronic. Been being such a subjective expedience and often dime connected with an underlying emotion or memory that the person keeps going to again and again and it's hard to quantify pin because different people might have different reactions emotional connections and dollar ince's do they're being but when a person with chronic been dense do ruminate and think about there being. This tends to increase the severity of the pain and is correlated to an over active d. m. and so. Are you seeing how all of this seems to make sense. What if there was a way to turn off or turn down the activity levels in your default more network so in my research so far. I've come across a lot of studies about the effects of meditation and psychedelics on calming the d. m. n. Meditation has been shown to reduce the activity in people. But here's the catch in people who have been practicing for years together. However there are some forms of meditation such as johnson dental meditation. Meditation that actually increases the activation of demon with. She is pretty interesting right. I'll need to learn more about that now. I did come across. Many articles that suggest that psychedelics namely ceelo siobhaun contained in the magic mushroom has the quickest most profound effect on calming the and creating what is known as ego. Disillusion or the ego death. I'm sure you've come across that term before. But how does it work so just imagine that each part of your brain bleeds it particular instrument. One part is playing the cello. The other partly as violin clarinet won the flu and so on and normally each of these instruments are playing individually unbeknownst off the other once silla sivan enters it is as if the master conductor of the orchestra who was knocked out of consciousness suddenly gains consciousness and wakes up and starts guiding the orchestra and so now there is a communication between different musicians sitting in different parts of the stage who were initially compartmentalized. But now they're playing together and there's a crescendo. And what you receive is beautiful music.
Baltimore Is Suing Big Oil Over Climate Change
"Okay sue. you said that the lawsuit that went before the supreme court this week was brought by city of baltimore. Yep and there are more than twenty of these lawsuits. They're all alleging various versions of the same thing that climate change is causing damage in the city or the state or the county and that oil and gas companies are partially responsible. And the baltimore case just happens to be the one that made it the supreme court. So we'll focus on that one also very convenient because you live in baltimore. Indeed i do definitely makes it easier for this reporting so what specifically does the baltimore lawsuit allege so this lawsuit alleges that a long list of big fossil company isn't that includes exxon mobil shell. Bp chevron misled the public about the dangers of burning fossil fuels and that those companies have to help the city pay for the cost of climate change so the lawsuit lays out how global warming is causing damage in the city. And how that's expensive for the city. Government like heat waves for example. They're expensive or flooding like the flooding from climate driven extreme. Yeah and flooding from ceelo arise. So let's start there because that's actually the simpler one sea levels on the east coast of the us arising more quickly than the global average streets sometimes flood during high tide. When there's a storm water ends up in buildings which is obviously not good And when you look to the future. The city estimates that the amount of baltimore's port area that will flood frequently will increase by almost one hundred fifty percent in the next thirty years. Well a hundred fifty percent becky. that is intense. That is a lot of flooding. Yeah it's super serious. And i have to imagine that it's going to be really expensive to retrofit baltimore to be able to deal with what's coming. Yeah totally and you know. Climate change isn't just a future cost right. Cds are already racking up millions of dollars in infrastructure costs and understand why you have to remember that. A lot of cities were built a long time ago and they weren't designed for
2021 Global Marketing Trends with Deloitte's Ashley Reichheld
"Let's let's talk business. We want to talk a little bit about this report. That deloitte has released the twenty twenty one global marketing trends report. What drove the report in went into it. Well this is our second annual report. But this one was really characterized by the challenges of twenty twenty and that level of uncertainty that we're seeing has really impacted all of us in some way myself my mom of three old trends and well. I thought i was a master at balancing working kids. I've learned a whole new set of work from home. Sales gotta really speedy mute. Button trigger finger pilot fisher price toys under my desk that bear testimony and this year. We really use the study to kind of help explorer and break down some of that uncertainty. We use subject matter expertise. We voices smithfield and two overarching surveys. From consumers up twenty five hundred and executives up just about four hundred of them to help break down that uncertainty in the report a believe it's unified seven trends overall and you go In detail on each of them. But can you tell me kinda just at a high level. Were the the major trends seven themselves are purpose agility human experience trust participation fusion and talent and i think in general agility trust talent participation are fairly straightforward largely those companies without. Do you trust them to do with the say they're gonna do. They have the talent to do it. Do they nibble participation with their stakeholders in the customers. The ones i usually get questions about not understanding are the other three so purpose and that's a company that knows what they exist and therefore can make choices a little bit more rapidly. That sense of purpose helps them particularly in times of uncertainty. Actually because they can they can make tough decisions right away. The second human experience and i often get asked. Hey so white you just call that. What is call it. A spur ends called employee experience. I'm sure we'll talk about this. But the reason we call it human experiences because you don't wake up as customer employees. You wake up as a human being. And if we want to elevate experience we have to understand you as a human and then fusion of course which is that art of bringing together new business partnerships early in the report. You identify this drop in confidence across the c. suite. And just curious. What do you feel drove that drop and this is the second time i've seen this question i guess from deloitte is working with the loye. The cmo team within delay and the cmo club on some prior research. We looked at confidence. Drop or confidence levels. I should say of cmo's in general and while this most recent snapshot shows the drop in confidence. I'm kind of pleased that cmo's aren't last on the list now. A small bright spot in the foreseeable ceelo's but tell us a little bit about this dropping confidence. Well at the start of our chat. I talked about this notion of uncertainty that feeling and basically the research suggests that c. suites are humans to and no exception to that rule so on a percentage basis. Cmos aren't last but they are second to last Within a percentage point of and you actually see the biggest declines with. Cio's an nco's. And i think really what you're seeing is that lots of executives have gone into survival mode and you see them by the way prioritizing things like improved efficiency and productivity over more human centric initiatives in that that instinct is is very common but unfortunately it does run counter to some consumer expectations. When we did this research. We learned that as times. Get tougher consumers. Expect more connection. Not less said consumers are really looking for companies to step up and you have c. suite executives who are uncertain and lacking confidence today. And not really sure the world is heading and it's making it very difficult environment. Operate them in these uncertain times to us over over used phrase currently but one of the other two data points stuck out. I think is a sign of the times potentially i'm gonna stay kotei stats and then we can discuss what we think they mean but fifty eight percent of respondents could recall at least one brand that quickly pivoted to better respond to their needs and eighty two percent said this led to them doing more business with that brand. Seems that these factors kind of together talk about one the agility that you've you mentioned before is one of the trends to this human experience component like are we actually delivering what people really want and value and purpose. I think alignment potentially of those two things like what's going on in the world and what do people really need am i. Do you think. I'm interpreting that right just based on the data and what the trends that you're seeing i do although. I think i'd argue that. The each of the trends has an impact there. If you think about an organization's ability to co create with people so fusion for example if your co creating with people rapidly you're able to respond to create address needs more rapidly if you're encouraging participation from your customers than your doing a good job or hopefully a better job at least of hearing what it is. They need to be able to adopt if customers trust. You more likely to tell you what they need a believe you when it comes out and then of course talent is critical. All these things without talent. You can't do any of them
Practical Wisdoms for Sales and Leadership With Lynn Whitbeck
"Welcome lynn torino talk. Oh three nine thrilled to be here. Thank you well. I am happy to have you. We connected on linked in. And i feel like i know you. We've had some conversations back and forth so i'm just so happy that you're on the show with today. I know i know that's a wonderful thing about link then is it can be such an incredible way to connect genuinely connected with people but you know so. Many people do it wrong. I mean let's like totally back. I won't say it wrong. I know what you mean. Because that's how i feel too. Yes i know. But we're going to just talk about you today. And i was so excited to talk with you because i am a leader and i love leadership and that's like your superpower right leadership and i just i'm looking at your your bile and you you know you help. People provide sales and leadership To move faster to grow faster and achieve their goals and you were an executive in corporate. So tell me about yourself. What made you decide to start doing this on your own. Yeah so I a little bit about myself. I began my professional current sales. And i believe that everyone should have sales training because sales is leadership. You learn everything you need to know to be an incredible leader through sales So i'm really stand really firm believer in sales training for everyone. It doesn't matter if you're trying to sell yourself to get a new job or you're trying to sell your idea to for a process improvement. You know to your boss. I mean whatever it is or a solution to the board that you want to invest in for the organization so everyone is selling in fact heck we sell to our kids about what they're going to have for dinner at night or two hours significant other about what we're gonna watch on netflix. So you're selling or negotiating all the time and so about me. And how i got into this so i was sort of at a turning point. A number of things occurred at the same time in my life so a startup. I had in the coo was failing And my husband was diagnosed with terminal cancer. And so i had this moment and my daughter was going to be going becoming a senior in high school and outside my two nieces one was in graduate school and the other was an undergrad. So a sort of all these things. That are happening. This convergence and i took that moment after my two week. Pity party To say what. Do i want to be doing moving. And you know what is going to really fill my life with passion and know be able to do something that matters. And that's when i decided to create My business t to queen and spent a year working on the book putting everything together We also spent the year with my husband's health condition. And you know really being becoming his advocate and being very aggressive his treatment so his original six months to one year diagnosis ended up three years. Delivered for three years and So it was know really at some ways. It was a really difficult time but it was also a time for me to really refocus my energy and look forward. Wow thank you for sharing that story with me and my condolences about your husband but you know you were able to get more time with him so that that's what matters so just diving into that. You know you were a ceelo for a company and all these things started happening and it's nothing like having all hell to break at the same time to make you say okay. I gotta do something differently you know. Is it always seems like it happens that way. But i'm looking at like petit first solo petite to queen. I love that name. Tell me how you came up with that. I love it. Well you know. Because i wanted a name to represent that i don't care if you have purple hair. I don't care where you worship. I don't care you know what you love or whom is all about. You know you as an individual as a genuine person. And how do we celebrate all women and and of course all people but i especially wanted because of the three young amazing women in my life. I wanted to be there to help. Women move forward instead of you know coming to the equation out of college and all the training we get. We still have been so trained to be quiet to be polite and sit in the backseat and we have to learn. All new skills to be successful in the workplace
Why Infosec Needs a New Process
"You. To talk about how the industry is doing. No make no mistake like like A. Last year when when humans were still allowed to meet each other on who we gave this talk called the products we deserve, and literally the the focus for me was was saying listen. Like like here's firstly like stopped off at, I think the cybersecurity product market. Like four whole bunch of definitions is in a state of market failure like like I. Don't see it as positive that there's a bazillion of products out there like like i. see that stuff as a result of a lot of bednets which. One of the first things it's it's interesting that you mentioned. One of the first things that I think creates this mess is the cut a V. C. Model. The. Model works for some. Market segments like like I think if you social media, APP swigs. The VC model works kind of makes sense which is. you product and everybody gets a little bit of money from the. And the one that gets more uses gets more money from the sees and then there's a winner and sure that might end up being the thing that undermines democracy in the GNOME CEELO's but we'll leave that for four hundred. I think the the model makes sense and why I think that specifically breaks down in cybersecurity. is because of a deeper problem which is cybersecurity you you want to build a product. So you convince VC that there's a market for this product. And the VC gives you money. And that money goes to buying things like ads in airports. And Social Media, ADS, and teams of sales guides where it's really fancy suits. And the problem is that customers are so desperate for products. That, they'll buy anything just about out there and customers don't yet know how to distinguish good products from Ben Products, and so as a proxy, they used things like, are you backed by a good c.? Do you have these teams of crate salespeople are ads all over the airports and? The VC gives you money that then buys you ability to make your initial sales and then based on initial sales you get another round of see and so we getting these products that are being buoyed up just because they vc backed products and we all know it because in the marketplace, there's all these products, and if you ask anyone who does offensive or even if you just look at the results like on networks are still getting taken to the cleaners even though visit zillion products and everyone spill spending a gazillion dollars on it and and Normally. VC's get picked on four. Full a whole bunch of other reasons. In this case, I don't even think that it's a mistake they want to be making. Because affectively, their model works when they back winners, and in this case, what the model is doing is is muddying the water about which products should win and so win disciples go longer with a bad products existing
Washington DC Water: Ongoing project could’ve prevented Northeast sewage flooding
"Customers clean up after the September 10th historic rainfall that heavy rain overwhelmed some parts of the sewer system, filling some people's homes in northeast D. C with the disgusting substance. CEO and general manager David Gattis says up to $5000 will be paid to homeowners for the cost of drying their basements, including removing moldy drywall and sanitizing in an online flooding. Town hall get US also announced a major expansion of the agency's backflow Water valve reimbursement program. That expansion will cover every home within the most seriously impacted DC neighborhoods. The agency says it will reimburse up to $6000 to homeowners for the installation of the device, which is designed to stop sewage flow from coming back into the basement by ensuring the flow goes on Ly one way What other hopes are there to prevent flooding? W T O peace Neal Augenstein reports the flooding that happened in the Edgewood community. We believe the Northeast boundary eternal would mitigate that flooding. DC water Ceelo Tish Powell says That project is already underway and should be done by 2023. The water authority already built the first street in Anacostia Tunnel Systems. To carry storm water and sewage directly to the blue planes. Treatment plan well completely eliminates flooding, But it will greatly mitigate storm such as this Your log unstained W Tio Pino
CeeLo Green apologises to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion for 'salacious gesturing' remark
Are Banks Safe?
"Month they had several plus members. Share an article with me. That was published in the Atlantic titled Becoming Bank Collapse. The subtitle was the US. Banking System could be on the cusp of calamity this time. We might not be able to save it. Article was written by Frank Partnoy. He's a law professor at UC Berkeley. That's a pretty ominous title. We WanNa look at the article as well as the state of US banks and banks around the world. Should we be worried given the pandemic is the banking system poised to collapse. I was especially interested in the article, because it came out right after I had increased my allocation to stocks and added a preferred stock et after the money for the rest of US plus model portfolios. The particular preferred stock after us by shares has about twenty six percent allocated to banks and banks are on the cusp of this calamity that does not bode well for preferred stocks. In the article, Partnoy is particularly worried about banks exposures to an esoteric security. A collateralized loan, obligation or see Elo. We Discussed Sea Ellos back in episode two six in May twenty eighteen. collateralized loan obligations are asset backed securities issued by special purpose vehicles or s peeves. The S P V purchases leveraged loans which are non investment grade bank loans that have been syndicated. A, bank will make a loan to a Non Investment Grade Company, a higher risk company and then sell that loan into the marketplace. Many of those purchasers are Clo's is over a trillion dollars of leveraged loans outstanding. and. Most are held as part of these collateralized loan obligation structures. The way it works. Is that s? Cells, debt and equity securities that comprise to see yellow. Those securities are backed or collateralized by the leveraged loans. The CEELO has multiple layers tranches that are sold separately. The debt layers are rated by credit quality, so the senior layer is triple A.. There are lower rated debt layers known as mezzanine layers, and then there's an equity layer which is unrated. The payments on the underlying leverage loans, those payments are pooled together and flow in order. The first payments go to the senior AAA layer then to the lower rated layers, and then finally to the equity layer. That is known as they waterfall. The debt tranches are over collateralized debt ACL Oh might have issued five hundred million dollars in debt securities as part of the L O that are backed by six hundred and twenty five Million Dollars Worth of leveraged loans with the Additional One, hundred, twenty, five million in loans funded from selling the equity trunch. Each Cielo about one hundred and fifty to two hundred and twenty-five loans. And because the leverage loans, themselves are floating rate notes. Their interest rates will fluctuate as short term. Interest rates change the debt tranches within a cll are also floating rate, so there's some protection if interest rates rise. Now because of this waterfall structure, the equity tranches takes the first losses, then the lower rated debt tranches, and finally if it gets to that this senior triple, a. rated debt trench suffered losses. That hasn't happened before. The SNP does a global Cielo report looking at default rates. From Nineteen ninety-six to twenty, eight eighteen overall default rates for CEELO's was zero point five percent. The worst vintage year was sea ellos issued in two thousand eight. there. The default rate was one point seven percent. There have been no defaults in CEELO's issued between two thousand, nine and two thousand eighteen. And from that one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, two thousand eighteen period, there has never been a default for the triple eight trunch, and only one default for the AA trunch. Now as you know, we are in a pandemic and defaults within the High Yield Bond and leveraged loan space is increasing. Fitch estimates the twelve month default on leveraged loans is four percent, and that more than two hundred billion dollars of leveraged loans will default through year end twenty, twenty one. Adequate to a two year cumulative default rate of fifteen percent. Just because leverage loans are defaulting doesn't mean all the different tranches of a coo is experiencing a default. So a report on the wall, Street Journal from mid May that showed about ten percent of Cielo managers have been diverting cash flow away from equity investors and going to the debt tranches, which means there have been default that are starting to impact that junior equity trunch. What is different from this cycle, though is leveraged, loans are more risky and we discussed that in episode to a six. The covenants on these loans are less restrictive. The credit quality is lower. The financials are weaker and so we should expect defaults to increase. Question is will see a low default and other defaults and other loans impact banks to where we should be worried about our savings or investments that we might have in banks. In banks securities. Including their common stock and their preferred stock.
"ceelo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"That. I was coming home a meeting and you know I just saw that the traffic was gridlocks and I knew I. Mean Look at non attract this the same move it, but I didn't realize what had happened to that at home because I was coming through the city, and still had like another forty five minutes to travel to get home, and then I realized the incident in the tragedy there that had just taken place, and they were rioting right there so like. Seventy five even like university have like you know. S Damn. Home for me I mean like I'm from here to Mesa like you. See ended first hand. You know we've had. You know even going back. You know a few weeks to Kobe in March you know says Shawny. As you know her. Her father and her uncle passed within days apart in the main on due to unrelated health issues, but we took. We'll take a real office you don't. Need to take losses. On a time right now dislike. You know what I mean so like we can't go back to perpetuate the as celebrating our stereotypes now in reveling in ignorance in our you know in accountability. You made me late. We get the be responsible. Who Knew? About the things we say in the images portraying going forward to me like and I don't know we need, but like they kind of music concerts. That's independent action. This will certainly not affirmative action, so we have to we up to support you know that ballots in I mean like you know, a sustained that balance for ourselves because I mean literally, our lives are depending on because music. Is You know it is in my opinion me? Being an considered to be a central work, then be like we believe will. Be considered as a central workers deejays getting people through this chace like. Real peripheral. Thank you twitch. Both, thank you. Brother Ceelo thank you very much for your time is epic. The year, hours. As a man. And as it just from MC to MC, and just you know you were just a huge inspiration, still are us racial for me, just the transition to using your singing boys, and just hearing you talk about it like it's. It's so many parallels, the my career and I just thank you just put inspiration for the work brother for. Calling me so many times in this interview made I really can't believe it, but I had no idea that you know. You say you cut their art. Be Made I really A. Pleasure to meet you look just like a good friend of mine. In Jim, shouldn't Steve You know, and of course the the Almighty love in the main thing. You know he's on. So I hope you know that the content we got here is. It's not just. fucking amazing. This atypical episode. But NASA. And I hope. Did you enjoy Jerry experienced to I? Hope you. Do. Having me. Man I I have no idea I just know I was talking.
"ceelo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"They. Land like we took. Yes we once I wanted. You know what I'm saying like. We weren't doing trying to share you. Know like it'd be are and be our highest sells. You know the meaning that opportunity because we all had a deep sense of appreciation. And you know hey, man I was married to a black woman got a black sun satellite. You know my mother was one of the first several black firefighting. Women in Atlanta Georgia I got some wonderful. Some gigantic around me come from. Like I would never do such a thing. How, did you? How does your conversation with your son? 'cause he's nineteen now, but I mean. He was younger at the time. How how do y'all have that conversation in terms of what? It was. It was hard. They were younger. Maybe because they become victimized. Sound like you know on in in the guilt by association. Just the embarrassment I like you know you can can't even. Put that into words to tie in them, saying like me like time and intangibility of just being the we had been able to touch. It feel like you know. And, you know a lot of people would say. McCain's me, but you gotTA. UTAH. And they've been watching you to think I've learned just fatherhood like David. Watching the things the things that you don't think they see or like. You've been telling them one thing whatever. They been watching everything else, and they've been picking up on stuff that you might not even think that they was looking at. It's like. You know what I'm saying, not not member, but my cy yacht watched him to man like. He's producing me like as of late, and he is a is early. We we did on my second hour. Did like some Calloway Family Van Pauls? He taught my fiance. Shannon had played Bass Guitar. While we were, we were doing ettelaat throughout the quarantine. So now he's accomplished. He's doped Alexa like he's like me when I was a kid like I like Judas. Trees Motley crue with Black Sabbath when I was a kid. So He's like he likes system of a down Slit Niles. Name Sealer is reducing that point said. Up is point. Guard he. He doesn't really post a lot, but you know like. He's a quiet kid and he reserved, but. Is. Usually talented so you like four times with his mom like how worked up? Any place I got he got. You know what I'm saying so. You know I will never get a one bedroom somewhere like it's like. Magic. Though I that.
"ceelo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"A little bit. I mean. I mean for starters. I'd never thought that CEELO's gay. Me When I saw the big outfits it was just like. You Know Earth. Wind Fire. So as difficult. was. He might have had a moment like what the fuck that ain't. But the thing of it was it was the site. People and that's the love and affinity. People have a goodie mob, and that era of my Koreans like you know they let Netflix go easily. Because we were -ffected. We touch people and that's why you know. That's why I always return to it it. You know what I mean like I. Could Never I could never sleep easy arrests well in letting any any of my extended family down I got to just do it all. You know what I'm saying and that goes without saying. Basically I just did the only thing I've been. Do Right does work double shifts? Make sure that both sides of the brain to in both sides of the spectrum was satisfied you. You know what I'm saying. Because got so overwhelmed and preoccupied with such a big deal on one side of it that it just sitting scale one way, and that's what happened with the from a family that I'm GonNa, tell you we just happen to hear that you admit to that like that actually. Oh, that was that a alienating time for you like how like when you have an incident? And then you know everyone is just you know you kind of go through the counterculture thing when you're by yourself, you know. What was going through your mind like all that? To to be honest I mean you know I didn't really. It was embarrassing sound like an I wasn't completely overwhelmed because I was innocent. One saying you feel Gotcha. But I was. Always, you know I was humbled and appreciative for such a grounding. Experience, you know what I mean like. I still renew in my faith and. Feeling like okay, I have deliberately intentionally done the good I have done you know me to To guarantee in some regard, you know made a victory, a great victory in my personal life and professional life be a means of motivation and inspiration in other people who are passionate and whom I care about them, saying you feel me more soda sells. You know what I'm saying. at you know that's why I said I was all willing to die. A revolutionary cause I wouldn't give him my. My Life I did not I didn't value my own life. In what way I value says, the legacy of a people remain like you filming disenfranchised like you know I just don't like those things that were put on my heart on my spirit to speak on an in the discipline affected. That was a thank you. The people were listening people being changed because of it, you know I felt like. My mother and father's the associate pastor's will say to me as a child, you be administered. KNOXVILLE lightning prophecy was coming to pass because of music. You know what I'm saying. So I. was, doing at Yeah I've felt like I was doing. What I was always meant to do. You know what I mean like you know Just wanted you know I wish it was some kind of way that I could remind. People reverted back to what I had done mid-sized. Keys are. Don't forget about what I did I. Did this you know like for no money savings, everyone. Good Mar we, we writing songs about about. Martial Law in nineteen, ninety when.
"ceelo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"I believe you the only human being I know that I don't know if there was at the height of crazy or not. Is it dispel this? Were you not in a room with? Both Prince and Michael Jackson at the same time, yes. I. Will I am tell it. No I I I don't I. Don't know where I heard. Maybe I read a blurb or something. But I heard a rumor it and I was like no imply that will. What's happening? You're probably the only bigger prince fan than me. The NOT NOT GONNA go. But. Yes, no princess like my fairy, Godfather. What's the. Role of both of them, okay, so the story goes. At, we were in Las Vegas doors something. I don't know what we were doing. Maybe won't talk, but we ended up at a club. And there was his beautiful woman there. She was dressed like what he called. Those ladies in the courtroom. WHO's typing was? She was just like a stenographer. Have planned tight bond and she was gorgeous enlight. Ever right, so we walked to the back of the club and we're sitting there, you know erotic city comes on June boom boom. All sit here. We go in Van next thing you know. Prince walks through there and we like Oh shit that was. You and if you know like I know that you know, he always says little smirk. Those. Right it's just a little smart that he does. And I was like Damn. You know like 'cause at first. A girl seems so out of place on doing here so. So, anyway turns out that she was with him, she was some artists ended up. Putting a record are gorgeous I don't remember Landau. But. As one of them yeah was like. He. He called me so he's sitting security over. They call me over. He said that he loved. Crazy. He said he listened to the album off. Aid said it's. He said he said I must admit though scared me a little. I say is.
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"Production of iheartradio. Ladies and gentlemen. This is quest left supreme. This is our part to interview with the one and only Ceelo Green. Part one we talked about the beginnings of his life, growing up in Atlanta form the dungeon family, and of course making classic musical, Goodie mob, and pretty much for partout. We go to the second phase of his life. There's no sparkley. There's a civil work and you know there's pretty much life in the last ten years changes that he's made decisions that he's made and how it's affected his life. and. It's very relevant way. I think you guys should listen. You'll enjoy part two of our interview with the one and only see let's. Let's go! Hey, that rhymes. How does one what is actually two parter because you know you, you? Didn't you really weren't with the direction the record? Who is the Alpha? WHO's the WHO's WHO's the Alpha goody? That one is the anchor that brings everyone together to have a meeting or or discussion about it or My second question is how do you? Dissolve the situation. How what was what was the process of you? Leaving the group to start your perfect imperfections in in this whole machine projects well, we had done not too long ago. Maybe like an epic in March. You know our episode of Unsung at we kind of touched on that and you know it was me team. Oh that discuss very. You know very plainly that you know after that project. Everybody wanted to venture out and do Solo Solo projects now Everybody's always had an. Ambition to do it, but like we kind of stumbled upon our own synergy, and became kind of you know safeguarded by that unanimity. On because we did ultimately have re consecutive goal is what we will only kind of like a slated to do. Just one record may be in that. It was just the compilation. If it also we were friends, and and you know like we were kind of if you will gain. So they, can we law? You like down with each other, so it's like everybody felt a certain kind of way about anything. I'll Trulia to the main right. Goodie in like you know, but in my head to be true tonight. Self from me like you know because the fact of the matter is I was always told as Solo artists anyway, and that that point I really was ready. I can honestly say at the beginning I wasn't but after three albums and up to two hundred, and secondly in in accomplished what we accomplished I said Okay I think we. A big, we made our.
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"But I one really trip or flooded near like it was like suspended animation on bad evening. You know a lot of tension because of the East Coast West Coast. But? US being neutral. And US being a knowledged you know enough to even have been there and been in the building I was trying to ride high on that I had gotten some some outfit tailor made for it. That's really cool. Big Big smalls was on a out was one of our first supporters doesn't mean like he championed us. From the inception in off the top biggie smalls, first shows were opened up for us in Atlanta. You know what I mean. Cutler Puffy Mafi shot in directed. Clare's bombed the players. Yeah, for for our cares, so we all started together, almost handsome, bad boy. Andre Haram was my mental are newly like enhanced like you know so wrestling Saul. So with that I still remember vividly when we were walking up on stage I, heard the boos in my peripheral kind of hearing Bun I got distracted by the sound of big biggs voice sitting right there on the front row. Say Yo Ceelo in I'm saying. That me. And so on US love and let us know that he he rocking with us and remember. Outcasts, I so in new. York we all went together as a crew. We were performing I. Think it was your number. Somebody call grandma thought. Oh my God gramophone g. m. a.. House. Man Okay, you pull the glass in the past grandma. WHO's up for grandma font. Dare so bad out. Man. Show me love. Cause was right there in front of the stage rapping every word to to get up. Get out with me. He showed me a lot of love, so a lot of love I was even invited me to be ready to die I don't really know whatever happened with that like what I was completely not even new to the game. I didn't even know what he was talking about because I didn't really know how to receive. Even appreciate, the invite..
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"Then I mean like you know. I came up with. The concept of soul food I that title. I came up with the concept of you. Know Cujo being meet because things that he was saying was Kinda tough to. Sound like. T T was the break. Is People was this kind of? Independent. Boone's like a man can live off bread alone in get. Was the vegetables because? Get this like you know this politician? He knows how to you know wrangling, galvanize and get people together. In like the warning, because I'm there to be the transparency and the clarification, because everybody was trying to you know interject with new slang and a whole new identity, and even I even added understand what some some of what was being said, so. I kind of like assumed the position to just make sure that we were translating. You know the right way because I knew what we were doing was important. Say you fill me. In it was imperative that you know like we were received. You know and in the right light I mean so. That's Kinda like me. I'm I'm still to this day, but you know you know it's. It's hard to know a lot without being seen as a no at all, can you? At. Ashby a little controlling, but it's always about the quality control in a long as you know. Yeah, I know, I know in. A Susan's a little bit, but like for the greater good good I mean just trying to make sure the week. At least. For. Not, I know you can relate to that. I will say so I kind of caught hill, a little hill on the on the on the Internet, cut a month, or so ago I did an interview men poon. We did an interview with my man Piso out of hip hop out of Vegas We'll we just were naming favorite records, and they were playing records. You know what I'm saying. We talk about it and so wonder records that Poontang was ats. So he brought up. And we were talking about whatever and they got me because I say it well now. Is it time to admit you don't have the weigh in on this Ceelo, but this is just my thought. Now? That soul food was a better album that at aliens. Oh my God. Lord big dig. Right. Was! What I wanted to tell you man like specifically. Just you as a MC. and. Let me be clear I love. A classic book of record like I love that album. For me the way I came into Goodie. Mob when I bought that album I often I told her stories before like I actually broke the law to like. Get jobs out like I drove I. Have No license. I'm driving to the rextall by soul food. So Tab. So so I bought it. You know bad so like when I first heard cell therapy it was that was kinda weird. I was like okay. I like this. This is kind of weird. And then the besides had the we had a single I, and the Bee's our soul food on like the CD you know. And, so you had like soul food and I was like okay like they say I was like okay, but then when I heard Wynette, shit opened up what you singing, and then going into thought process i. Just such a great like to open our new on such like a because most rap albums always started with like the height. The you over the head, right? Just go into something just so lytle slow and meditate like that shit was fucking haunting broke. This record. These niggers has got it. Though down I would. Say. The day.
"ceelo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Of A Rico Wade Division of a week away because know. The stay I was featured on. Get up, get out, you know which was another outcast off of their album. WAS ON The. In, Kumaon won't Colin while your own. Get up, get out. Get out ended up being a single but us being a totally. Naive About Radio Format that Song Myth. Minutes. We didn't know we really didn't know right, so they had to put out a outkast goodie mob Virgil so anyway. there was some interest in me as a solo artist, but kind of. Over over to the Dungeon, so at it, it would, it would have been wrong to be totally honest. I can I can I can say that I wasn't prepared to be a solo artist, but they wanted to give me a solo deal in the main, so I was to get Google with the homeboys that I had known from the neighborhood. Good as. You know this is easy enough. I know the homeboys so but you know I'm the baby that group adding tend to be more vocal than just about everybody, so people misconstrued like Knox, anybody's older than me the name. And Age difference. Like three years. Okay well, they could be sit hypothesis alive, yeah! To me to now make sense when 'cause I went to Clark by the time all this was happening i. was you and I used to see Ceelo Owens on campus stuff all the time just like chilling because that's what people did you send me down there in the impala? Yea, like sitting on the wall. I was like I. Wanted you to talk about like you talked about the beginnings of how y'all got together, but by the time I got to Atlanta. Being set that was like no other pre like black black black lily. Like with you guys. Phone jet will go on. Because like. Spike Lee film school days there, so let's say you know the AU that was. Almost like that was like the Strip. If you had a nice whip or something like that, you ride through there. You know how the net the college girls the Senate the third so like it was just this little. Vicinity. You know of just like soldiers Asian. Mean in this like right next to it, so it's like so. As. and. Moore's Brown at the time. But so look I. Ask you a question. I want to make sure that I'm clear. So with that being said. I just me. I'm like. I write songs like playwrights like screenplays. You know what I mean so like I have to have a visual like something to anchor me down. Like okay let we're talking about this talking about that. And then I know how to summarize and I know how to paraphrase You got artists like in know cujo who in this and I. Mean this with the utmost respect. He's like fucking Hannibal. Lecter, you know. He could take his when I first met Cujo he was. We would go to the liquor store. Have Forty also English he will finish the forty and take the Brown paper bag, and right around on the paper bag, or I saw him right..
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"And then some months they they were trying to kind of show me that they were in a credible. You know they can pick me up one night. You know and then they took me to Jamaica Dupree's house and this is when they were shooting the video for Criss Cross. Everything's all right is the record ahead of John, was? Yeah, right? Yeah, so that was at Jemaine House and I remember that us. Okay, so they may decide. We showing you paying. Introduce your exploring that right. You know coup whatever you know, so then they ended up taking me to the dungeon again and when we were pulling up on the. you know I said this familiar so long story short. They brought me back to the. And everybody was there, so I said I've been here before going door, dray, dig sleepy, re everybody who had just met months prior because of fat keeping my quest, they were all there in addition to get a team. Oh, and everybody just pull enough. Just traffic I was like why like this like my whole neighborhood? In this little bitty house. So that's how the Dungeon, family came together now as far as the song, trump's I'll be I'll be totally a how we with the the the system is. Man What happened was with the success of outcast. Everybody came a as individuals. Let's say for example big gift. A cool breeze were in a group, called the east point chain gang, so get came over as a solo artist. Now if you notice get, had always had. Everybody was giving US poised to be the next superstar. I mean because you know dirty. South was which which was the third single. Off Of, Sofu? If if featuring him a cool breeze, he was just panera mistake to his Oji. Cool breezes. His Co. Jian cool breeze came up with the key coined. The phrase journeys out, but. Otherwise, that would have been a gift Solo Song because his guilt, coup, breeze and big boy, and then the second album black ice, which was the second single. Nobody is right. Nobody nobody was on the big. Get Big is right. You know so. They were really looking for her to really be the next the next big thing so with that being said Goodie mob, you know the soul food album was essentially mid to be intended to be a compilation album to get everybody out at the same time, so we weren't even the group so if The ghetto boys. Geologist put together so yeah, if you basically, but it's kind of like the practicality..
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"I gotta say this far, so thank you takes us over to the dungeon I remember I'm recalling the conversation from drean big that they wanna get signed to the face, so we go into the Dungeon Sleepy Brown sitting there. I recognize him from the you Boyz Pitcher as saint for him. Is that okay cool? I like it then. He comes Rica walking in the door drain big. They had just stepped out going to eat. Drink. Would excitement say that's my. That's about CEELO. He's the one that does. All of the story wraps. Because at that time you know our around like that like I was awesome. Slick Rick that was. You know so anyway so I I sang again for Rigo and then You know we ended up. Reconnected and Blah Blah Blah left that night, and then two of the homeboys a mind. This is like months later Bigvai. D. A killaby to Homey hustlers. From High, school you could tell it was getting money in high school. You know he had to. He had black. Grand Cherokee with the gold package BGS's. Be. In? High school like. One heavy. Heavy need up in in the self destruction video had to. So anyway, so that so that was managing me at the time because they met they even line new them. They didn't know nobody did music. Everybody knew me for getting into getting into Shit. Go Get Carlos. He'll he'll do it. I, was Kinda got. At at my homeboy glade cooks I'm sorry. To say. YOU GOING KEEPS Amazed that you were Deebo in this. Aisle. Print be out. In from the. District's. Our school the Federal. District press I was Dave Oh like that whole. Rodham public for started jackets and stuff like that. That was needed. Now. It's coming all right. Thank you, thank you go. Tell southern. Is True. Newly music totally saved my life. Because this is where I we. Got I got I got a preface. Because the thing is my favorite verse, you ever did on on a still standing. The. Here. We gave up the. Butter and in my mind I'm like I. Look tell a Tall Tale I. Can't about that life they're. Play well. No do I'm telling you. Probably, do just an interview with anybody else from their take. I don't really like to talk about it, but. I don't know. Just. Know you've kind of. Definitely Mo- most episode. Listen I want I. Don't WanNa. Lose it so. So they I battled Cujo Cujo and get pulled up. To our Home Glen Cook's House, he was he was like. WHO's The guy from American pie? still St Louis. So. He had used the black stiffler of the neighborhood like. If there was, he was the one that had the cut parties at his house. He always going at any point that they somebody was there. You know just bring some beer and. That's when that's..
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"I've got who may have been wracking at times. It was sold to big influence. Outcast. Yes, Mr Come on. What's Ties Jay? Saying. You know a domino casual, so there is definitely an openness to. Territorial Markings until ninety three ninety four, but now we look at. You were open to anything. In the South we had to study everything. That's fine. We had to study. We loved it. We loved it So so best, I'm I'm trying to narrow the story now. Okay, so a good friend of mine a pretty hand. In a different for the mind and he ended up. At your new name Bill. That's not so. He was shouted him out in the good. I was like who ran. That's. My cousin floaty. They ended up creating the addict. Crew now may kin will like kindred. Spirits when when I was introduced to overnight as noise, you know he was at my role. Allow Litter. We can at the time. Together but our tones of voice personalities swagger the whole pay it we will. We will bosom buddies so like they just. Took me, a little bit more wanted to work with me, and they just feel like me. Kim were too similar so. You know. He ended up starting the AD in crew. which will give you Jim Crow Polo Don the young bloods. Okay whole hold. His cousin Keith was a friend of mine and. As you new name then. You Take, it I'll take two I'm giving you all these. Mea. Where greenbrier I'm all right, so we're walking past. The door to leave out just like ten thousand a row..
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"How deep was or how strong was the first wave? I consider the LA- face era, the second way of Atlanta's. Or maybe the beginning, being Bobby Brown moving to Atlanta but. Right Post Olympics it felt like is when stuff started well amid bobby moved there. In! Eighty nine and I thought that's weird like. Why would you not go to Hollywood like everyone else so? I mean, but you know I knew people. Bryson moved down there I knew like certain people knew something about Atlanta that the rest of the world didn't know but like mom. I'm emphasized brick like how prominent was the music industry in Atlanta in your teen years well, we definitely knew a brick Jimmy Brown brick. Plan that sleep is dead. Yeah, that's Lee Browse. Dad You know plan iconic flute Solo on on Dan's right So we knew about break, and we knew about cameo. The SOS ban a Princess Star Breeze. Who Ends up being a miss? Debra killings who who's? Doing all the background work for TLC and play Bass. Oats on so many other. Famous records from. She's claim based on a elevators. I think that's right. That's her playing baseball shokhin up. Yep So you know on the rap side. We had MC shy D who was from UC your but. I like breakout do. Over, you know only a couple of wrap sensations. They came around that time, so it was just mainly about the funk and soul band that time. And I think I think. Maybe we'll probably would've. Would've attracted Bobby Brown probably was dion sanders something like that I. Mean You know you know I guess? Larry Blackwood did did produces i. Resume, he's he produces first. Your stage yes, so may- maybe maybe came. To none of the Larry Larry of course was a mentor. My now. I talk to your mom Tammy at birth. Birthdays loosely so yeah I talked to him all the time. Man He's still cool. How's he doing? He's good I mean he's really easy going. It's like a a soft spoken Oji as. Just done a lot. You didn't mean and. Another love when I talked to him, because I just I I could quote him so well. Then I feel like like. Let me just love him. I mean and you know. At at one point, introduced him to management firm, primary way in they were representing the group for a short while trying to help them get their their ownership in a masters back and stuff like that, but you know we were. Throughout that that time. he, he's just A..
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"This woman on. Will Packer the one they did. I watched it and it and it was still it was. You know definitely informative now to look back on the you know the experience as an adult in our midst. It's kind of. It's really sobering to Becker. Tonight Surreal as a child. Because, we were terrified. We just really know where this this evil off. You know kind of what corner would come from the you know what would jump out for that so? You know everybody was being careful. Remember that being just a time of a closeness togetherness trying to. Protect protective of one another remain. Our is in. Sly Confession anytime is where you mentioned the commodores because whenever they were show Wayne Williams. I'd always think of Walter Clyde orange the drum commodores. Way Who The glasses. Glasses. They actually. They resembled each other. Damn. You're right. because. Goodie mob's manager names lakisha arch. She's best. That's her uncle. were. Store down down. was. Goodie mob your first. Musical venture or like, did you? Did you have other groups going up in? In Atlanta One other group before a goodie mob either I was in a crew caller style with my man Alley Al. whose Jersey Mama Dj win, who past years ago recipes birthday? His cousin chew. You know and you know and DJ. Whale gotTA shout so yeah now, but we would just kind of you know in. Atlanta we had the The tipperary service agencies of where you can just kind of sound up and be a part of the roster and call you. Can Randomly you know? On any given morning and be like Hey, are you available for work at the warehouse? This data the third anyway and. Has Manpower. So we would all get jobs together and pool money together. That was my first support system were older than me I've always been you know. The the youngest in any crude I've been in so Elliott ended up. Marrying my sister and having two beautiful daughters, my nieces and so. They were family. They were kind of looking out for me. Because around the time I was really at risk youth morale was getting to a lot of trouble. And you know they really gave me some S- obstruction Nimin because they work, there was there was straight laced guys like no really no drinking, no smoking, just working back and put money together to you know Bassil Yotam. which is doing it doing it the you know the way main so. A bit gratitude to them because they really gave.
"ceelo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Whatever Steve Any, who so, that's more to ranch to, we have a ranch property out here in, allow you. No. Because the the the property. We've been kind of using it as a vacation. Rental property in airbnb because I haven't been avenue living in Atlanta primarily. So we I probably about twelve years ago, they of through a couple of courses in in our as a package. But. I I I did I had to know the crime, because no, I than I did my diligence and found out that the horses very expensive thing. Course. I didn't have staff where anything. Like that so out, thank, God, thank you I appreciate the gesture, but no breaks, so no, no animals. Yeah, definitely taking care of animals on a farm is a fulltime job. How about that little bit moment del talking to South Philly and Atlanta over here now you got both got both on ranches now we all have forming. Never thought a hip hop. Take it far. Born in. Southwest Atlanta swats swats the. So explain to me. What's watches? To strong. Claiming in. Everything. Okay, so southwest Atlanta is and. It's it's like a four straight kind of conglomerate remained. That starts at Campbellton. Road, which is where Tyler Perry's of first television studio was based right around the corner from Greenbrier Mall as grew up on that street. It was it was. A vacant Delta. Building that he converted into his first baby ultimately went onto by Fort. McPherson, which was in. An abandoned army banks, but anyway so yeah, no, it's it's that is Terrell on up to bank. Get how with which is what ti is from ti in rest in peace, Saudi low. They represent bankhead so like it's a street parallel. And cut on the east point is one street over in a big GIF is from-from Goodie mob? been you know you keep going? In College Farkas Rubber feel smiles over. That's that's ludicrous to things in those guys. Isn't. That he went to school or Ceelo, he went to. He went to not Diablo riddle his I think. He said he went to Benjamin mays. Yeah he went to. He went to Benjamin, mays he. Him Work on a show together a Sherman showcase. Showcase. Since since kids, oh well. Yeah, yeah, I was trying to figure out I knew that the..
Leadership Development at Groupon with Dr. Eliza Wicher
"I met our guest today at the Chief Learning Officer Exchange in Austin Texas earlier this year in fact it was the last business. I went to before sheltering in place. Cool event put on by the people at Iq now our guest has a PhD. In I o psychology and over a decade of experience in the real world doing talent management. Today she's the global head of talent development at groupon. Our guest is Dr Elisa. Witcher Liza welcome to the lead X. Leadership show much glad to be here now. I mentioned in the in the introduction that we met earlier this year At at a CEELO event where you're presenting your approach to leadership development at groupon and I was really blown away by that at a lot of levels so I'm just grateful that you're willing to come on and share some of your wisdom with us. Oh Yeah I'm so glad to be here It's been a really really refined so I'm happy to to share anything that maybe might be helpful to else out there now. I don't know if you're going to even remember this but I thought One of your very first for slides. It was so simple but sometimes the simple stuff so important it was called build great managers and there were like four step starting with setting expectations. Do you remember presenting that Walk us through that. Yeah absolutely you know really this was all about. I think as a lot of people in in my role or roles similar to mine you approach by either folks in the business or even a colleague in hr who a lot of times come to you with we need training on X Y and Z and it was pretty clear to us that we really have an opportunity to just continuously equip our managers to be great at managing their teams. Other reason for that. Is We have a lot of really young employees in the company. We've got a lot of first time. Managers do a lot of promoting from within and so recognizing as we know that this is just a really high impact group of people that if we can get them really good at managing their teams. That's going to lead to high engagement high-performance and really just kind of high performing teams that we need to do what we do. Really well So with that in mind you know. It's something that we all know. We need to just be really good at building that capability but getting back to your point about the four pieces. I think a lot of times. We hear these requests for the training piece right or the capability building piece but My perspective on this is you know it's always more than training People need to people need almost a whole ecology around adopting a new set of behavior. So you need an environment that sending you really consistent signals in a lot of ways about a ways that that you're expected to behave in just do your job so really what we tried to do was approached this With with four different pieces to the I is just clear expectations than I think. A Lotta people intuitively know what it means to manage a team pretty well like we all know got to do things like set clear. Goals give clear feedback. That kind of stuff but for a lot of our folks. We know that either. They don't know the full picture or maybe heard conflicting things in either case. We need to just get on the same page as a company. What exactly is it that we want our managers to be doing in the course of managing their teams so we set off with the set of expectations that we just called the group manager expectations. They're aligned to these higher level leader habits that we have but they're just a lot more day to day practical of. How do you just manage your team behavioral right so very very much the kind of thing you can you can see so? We paired that with some feedback and metrics we included in our employee survey a new section specifically on those manager expectation so managers are now getting that direct feedback from their team of how they're doing it meeting each of those expectations. So we set the expectation. We give clear feedback through that that survey as well as a few other mechanisms as well. The third piece of it is the capability building. So that's the training piece right and that's You know the the leader journey that we put together all of these different kind of programs and tools that we put out there. Managers the final piece of these. Four buckets is than accountability. And that's the thing that a lot of times you know. We know we send people to training but it's unclear they actually doing the things we want them to do back on the job so we wove into our performance review process that all of our people managers get a people management assessment that is factored into their overall performance evaluation. And there's a couple other accountability pieces as well but that's the big one so really just to summarize. We set clear. Expectations give people feedback on how they're doing against the expectations. We give them lots of opportunity to learn and build their capability and then finally we hold them accountable to really exhibiting those behaviors. Day to day now Elisa so much in there and you you summarized it so well and I just want a really for for our listeners. Because it sounds. I'm sure there's a lot of listeners. Might be thinking well of course. That's obvious. Why wouldn't you do it that approach? But as I talked to many Folks involved a leadership development every week. This is actually pretty rare. So what a concept I mean. The first is like the expectations in too often. There'll someone will say. Oh Yeah we have that leadership competency model but then the model doesn't tie to what they're being measured on the engagement survey and the engagement survey items aren't being trained on or even if you're setting the expectations measuring at training to it. The accountability pieces missing. Were when it comes to the you know. Y- performance reviews bonuses or whatever if your bonus for sales quota and not at all for people management. You know what you're going to care more about and so those are like the four cornerstones for I think any great Leadership Development Program. And then of course there's tons of variety in each because what might be a critical habit at groupon might not be as important somewhere else. It might have something else. Does that make sense absolutely absolutely and yeah? That's the thing I don't. I'm not really sure why why people wouldn't do more of the things outside the training piece for us. I mean we we really seek to keep things really simple. So none of this. Like Complex rocket science kind of stock. It's just you know just logical and trying to keep it really consistent so people are getting the same messages everywhere they look and they're getting those messages clearly they're getting them consistently and I think that's best way to really drive behavior change or a really learning something new So so yeah I think. We've we've seen some pretty good success with it in the sense that like everybody's on the same page and it's not just something you hear about in your workshop. It's something that you're hearing about in the pulse survey at Performance Review Time throughout all these other touch points.
A record-breaking year for ocean temperatures
"Want to talk a little bit more about the atmosphere now. Twenty nineteen looks like the second warmest year on record globally. So that means the last six years are the six warmest Thomas Son record globally. What are the odds of that Kim of being a natural climate variation zero? I'm pretty confident I didn't say zero We actually know so much about what's causing these record years. And of course the spate of record warm decades AIDS which have each broken the last decade right and I'm sure this decade will unfortunately fall right in line and so we know from the kind of work that I do in Taylor. Climate records how incredibly unusual the rates of current warming. Really are we also know from our best climate models of the physics of the the ocean and atmosphere system that greenhouse gases are the only culprit laughed To explain this spate of record warming. Let's take a phone UNCALL- now. Peter is in Saint Paul this morning with the question. Good Morning Peter. What's your question? I was at a citizens climate lobby conference and they had a speaker that studied ocean level rise and she said that they've had to redo their estimates and that They're estimated waited rise is going to be much more significant inundating cities in Thailand around the world and just a quick comment. I did a little title scuba diving. Decades ago and the thought of losing the corals is just it's heartbreaking. Yeah if you guys can talk about the estimates on the sea level rise yet terrific. Thank you so much Peter Jon. They have been tracking at the high end of projections. That's that's right And and I just just before I answer this I just want to reinforce what Kim said. Climate change isn't about just about polar bears and beautiful coral reefs. It's about about the impacts in this interconnected world and in few if they're listeners who don't necessarily care about corals or polar bears themselves they should care about about how impacts to those things affect us and Kim mentioned fisheries in humans ability to get food from the ocean. That's a huge concern. Learn how many people around the world rely on Ocean. Ecosystems to eat and so- insofar as climate change is affecting the base of the food food chain. That's a really really big concern now. Related to sea level rise estimates are well. I'll I'll give you my estimate I project that we're going to have about three feet AC- level rise by the year twenty one hundred now does that matter. Well one hundred and fifty million people around the world live within three feet of sea level rise in Bangladesh alone. You've got twenty million people so it absolutely is going to affect people around the world. Hundreds of millions of people. If you know folks in Miami you can ask them have floods is in Miami gotten worse and now parts. Miami are flooding and high tides. So we're seeing the effects of sea level rise today both in the developed World Ama- Developing -veloping world. It's going to have tremendous economic consequences everywhere. I mean what do you do with a city like Miami. You cannot build a wall around Miami because the rock rock is porous the water. Just come up through the rock. So this dealing with sea level rise Is going to be extremely expensive. Now now I use the the estimate of about three feet Kim May have a different estimate. But if you talk to climate scientists you know Here and there and at conferences. There there's a wide range of expectations but it looks like we're on the high end of what we had previously expected Kim. There's some recent work that's come out on that too. What's is your read on the latest sea level rise trends and projections well? It's it's really horrifying. I mean there's there's no way around it. This is the train that's is coming at us and it's coming at US extremely fast. It's going to be very hard to stop this train. given the Huge Inertia that is currently underway so a couple of points will rise that the public may not understand Part of that is that the ocean he content that we've just been talking about before is directly drucker related to sea level rise because the ocean expands when it warm and so in fact half of the historical Ceelo rise. We've seen to date is caused by Russian warming itself and that expansion term and the rest is caused by melting ice and going forward. We expect it continued ocean warming of course cause additional sea level rise as well as Polar ice sheet mouth which is the wildcard if you will really and so how. How much are the current estimates changing every single assessment that we do these estimates commits go up so sea levels going up but are the estimates for future fuel rise going up and so the last great assessment that we have is the national climate in assessment put together by thirteen federal agencies across the US government here in two thousand eighteen very recent and that sites one to four feet likely by twenty one hundred and up to ten feet possible by twenty one hundred so speaking of how we think about the problem feel rise getting out in front of ten feet of additional sea level rise over the next decades is horrifying to coastal communities across this country and of course around the world and so thinking about how he can help communities Grapple with this number and prepare is is something that I take very seriously in fact I co Alito project down on into that which is a very vulnerable part of our. US Co- fine. And this is a framework that delivers Sea Level Whole Sensor data back to decision makers like emergency planners and City government in partnership with those governmental agencies and Georgia Tech researchers. It's called smart sea level sensors and it's one of the ways frameworks. Were hoping help communities through this horrifying challenge that they face and that certain teeth and Kim I was just part of the Minnesota Climate Adaptation Conference this week here in the twin cities and there's a lot of good work going on and a lot of people who do realize the trends But John makes a good point too. There's only so much you can do in places like Miami where you've got trillions of dollars in real estate At impact right along the coast and I've talked to real estate agents in the Florida keys and they're already seeing impacts for those homes that are right on the ocean in the low lying areas. People are are buying inland and when the life of a thirty year mortgage is in jeopardy because of sea level rise. There's a lot of You know banks and ensures that are looking at that and saying. Hey there's big financial risk riskier so you know we're GonNa talk a little bit more in the next few minutes about what we can all do. And what needs to happen in terms of solutions But I'm curious John. We're already at one on degree Celsius warming. This is just the beginning. What happens when we reach two or three degrees Celsius man? That's a good question. And and that's actually where the scientists moving we were no longer really asking. The question is the earth warming and Y. We've answered that over and over and over and over over and over again and now the question is so what what do we do about it. And what are the implications if we do things versus versus ignoring the problem The economists say and I'm not an economist but a communist say it is cheaper to do something to reduce greenhouse gases than to adapt later like six to one or the the the investment on resilience is six to one absolutely and so if you are Someone who's concerned about finances as you would want to put money into mitigation in reducing our missions now but from a practical standpoint. We also have to adapt and we're seeing seeing that now. I mean we're seeing that in the farm fields of the United States. We're seeing that after superstorm sandy which was made worse by sea level rise. And we're seeing that throughout. Ah The world so we are trying to adapt to it. But it's going to be really expensive so so really. It's a double pronged approach. We need to reduce emissions rapidly dramatically. But we also need to adapt because the extreme weather we are just seeing now is just a tiny taste. What's to come as warming
Why Do Salmon Leap?
"Did you see that on that thing that just jumped out of the water? Oh, there's another one. Look there Simon ya'll. They're showing off maybe or maybe they're shaking off sealife. I'm guessing, you know, something about these salmon that I don't know. I know that scientists noticed that young guy salmon jump of the water and skimming servers were there tails and average of nine times a day. And it's clear they're not just leaping over obstacles. Researchers had a hunch to Semin. We're trying to get rid of sea lice since it's known that fish with sea lice jump out of the water fourteen times more often than fish that our sealife free ninety what is see Laos is a parasite about the size of a pea that feeds on mucus, blood and skin make sense. Why salmon wanna get rid of them does jumping actually do the trick? Those what scientists wanted to find out. The salmon festival lies and divided them into two groups they put one into an ocean pin where they could leap out of the water and another into opinion with knitting covering the water surface after three days the salmon that couldn't jump out of the water at twenty eight percent more see lies than the ones that could sell. They figured out something that works. It works eventually. But it takes them an average of fifty six jumps to dislodge one ceelo's not that that's the stats it really should work on their technique. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. Where you can view videos and sign up for podcasts. I'm Yale Cassandra dime dog less.
Senate panel to hear from Twitter, Facebook next week
"Social media executives on Capitol Hill to testify about election, interference Twitter CEO Jack. Dorsey and Facebook ceelo Sheryl Sandberg are expected to testify next week for the Senate intelligence committee the panel is one of the congressional committees looking into Russian election interference and how, social media platforms are, responding the foreign influence campaigns the, CEO of alphabet Google's parent company has also been invited. That company is coming or criticism from President, Trump accusing the search engine of bias in its. Results in, silencing conservative
Kelly Clarkson Reportedly Heading To Daytime TV With Talk Show
"I screwed up the whole meal Oh. No regular Tabasco regular Tabasco and I don't know if I put. Squirted. It or what kit was so terrible it was so hot. It stunk it was just the. Worst ever, I was, sweating as blowing my nose like I was already, the guy sitting alone in restaurants, already, looked like a weirdo, and, I. Was blowing my nose. And you know when I blow my nose I honked my horn? It, makes a sound it. Was a whole thing and then every bite was a bummer instead of. Being a. Blessing sucks am I here today Yeah Robber you're a. Trooper all. Right no wonder. Respect I just wonder. Admiration Okay All. Right can I tell you my my entertainment related stories that have nothing to do with? Food. Yeah Hm Kelly. Clarkson She is filming a pilot first syndicated daytime. Talk show what do you think about? That Well I don't like it I feel like we're a little and I say this. As a, talk show host like we're little heavy on the daytime talk a little bit you know I think it does make. Great sense in local markets because? You have a specific, local thing that you're. Talking about do you know what I mean that's radio still works but I don't know, I a lot of people have. Tried, it. And. It. Doesn't work Meredith Vieira Katie Kerr Harry, Connick junior canceled canceled. Canceled, yes agreed, agreed agreed. I just think, that just because Kelly Clarkson very. Likable person sure strong personality great personality she's a singer. Let her be a singer singer Thing Singer, singer say normal singer Singer ours your. Thing that's your kryptonite singer, you, certain things But let her do that stay. In your lane we don't, I don't, want to see. Kelly, Clarkson chatting it up with you know. Who, else did. Actually she had a. Somewhat successful on The Wilson. Girl, from Wilson Phillips Brian Wilson's daughter Carney we'll see remember that I mean just I just feel like just because someone has a good. Personality and they happen to sing for a living And, they happen. To be a good interview doesn't mean that they belong on daytime. Talk. That's like putting on Justin Timberlake as a host of a daytime talk. Show it's not necessary Carney was. On from nineteen ninety. Five to, ninety six I thought she was on longer came back those Ricki lake Ricki lake also she had a successful Carney show dealt with issues concerning unruly teenagers hookers this, is the. Description unruly teenagers hookers abusive parents bad relationships physical appearances weight loss. Building. Self esteem and trivial subjects such as unusual pets was Carney you can. Binge watch that nowhere today Remember watching Ricky. Lake, kid my mom. Just let us sit. In front, of, we were. Just watch these trashy talks Ricky we're. Watching Maury Mantell Williams always. Just so debonair he. Doesn't such a cool calm and Sally Jesse. Raphael horse yeah I do Donahue. Yeah aches too much we don't need Kelly. Clarkson dune daytime talk thing you are a Grammy award winning. Artist. Let's let's keep her there that's. Just, my opinion, I just, because you, give a, good interview doesn't mean you a. Good interview there are people who. Trained to do that people like yourself Ceelo green. Is returning to the voice oh cool that's. Fun I guess He's only going to be a mentor though he's gonna be Adams mentor the only reason I say that is I can't imagine people aren't. Going to have a problem with. This. Because of that he. Raped charge that was it wasn't a. Charge, actually. It was. An accusation Against him did that totally not. Ever no because they didn't. Have enough evidence wow so you probably didn't hear a whole lot about that but yeah lack of evidence he did plead guilty to giving. This woman a controlled substance which. I. Believe was ecstasy but He denied rumors also that he quit the voice to. Avoid being, fired so he. Will be back the voice is back on Monday September twenty, four th for its fifteenth. Season Are you you're not a, voice guy you're an idol guy right yeah Yeah I'm with you on that one. More quick music at. Lady. Gaga going to Vegas doing a residency there. It starts December twenty eighth that is, going to be an enormous success. Show have twenty seven performances in total and this is, kind of cool the fans will have to. Pick between? Two different shows lady Gaga. Enigma or lady Gaga, jazz? Piano Ooh that's cool which would you pick I don't know what.
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"ceelo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Ceelo green what is he here non waves as this the edited version because usually dropping the f bomb tomorrow it was fu but now it's just and what is wrong sean f you forget you that's the that's the you really piling on now to share no no no i think i think what happened to sarah sanders is silly however i do want to say one thing whether it was sarah sanders it was somebody from the other side of the aisle for somebody for this woman who owns the red hen restaurant down in lexington kentucky which is i mean that's trump territory for her to be so beholden to her ideals that she would bite the hand that feeds her on i guess i have to give her some respect for that i would holding onto her values which i would disagree with you even though she's catching grief i spent a little bit of time in virginia starting right and it's like a pocket of blue you know virginia has these huge pockets of blue now that have emerged there in the northern pocket was not that that read right but i think if if harassment red hand in a sea of red there is no way she would have done that even even if she felt for whatever reason she was compelled to tell sarah sanders who came in to have a meal that it was better for her to leave and sarah sanders did not put up any p she didn't make his scene she just left but i'm telling you this much sarah sanders is the best thing that ever happened for donald trump why was that will because when you saw the way she was treated at the washington correspondent standard made fun of and then now rejected to just sit and have a meal which is so common people rarely if ever a vetted for their politics when l when when frequenting a restaurant you know it's usually you're shoveled you a smelly your belligerent you making noise i'm sorry ma'am i'm sorry sir you'll have to go i think it sets a real ugly precedent i mean i i do and i don't i don't think it's right that they chased appears to nielsen out i think you're you're going to you're taking it to a point where it's just like we're this is a country it's a democracy as i always say if you wanna be in a country that allows one train of thought one when when ideology moved to north korea i mean this is a country where like it or not you have to respect the fact that other people have may have differing opinions and to to to bar her from going and sitting down and having a bite to eat to me is you know again i think let's do it obviously the people who are supporting her being ejected from this red hen restaurant citing the recent case before the united states supreme court of the cake maker right and his right not to obviously make it yeah hey customized for gay wedding he didn't have to do it so now they're they're basically saying well in this case the restaurant restaurant tour didn't have to seat sarah sanders and i'm saying to myself and where.
"ceelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And the other element here is there's a element of late cycle ism here we're all talking about the terms of the psycho and that's when elliott's actually stepping in and considering issuing ceelo's peggy packaging stuff that's really risky and security where have i heard this before sort of during two thousand eight my head if i could jump in in defense of ceelo's in at least the cielo market will tell you you're the one who called crappy rating of the lawns but but during the do thousand eight crisis did they held together reasonably well course they face losses but nothing like some of the other security products we see out there although they have been tainted by that association she your reporting this week though showed as you mentioned this hedge fund elliott management is getting into the business but most of the time people think of how elliot and pulsing who has the firm as an activist investor more on the public equity side of things is this one of the first hedge funds you've seen move into the space several several hedge funds have been doing this but it is still interesting when pulsing from one of the largest hedge fund in the world is considering making a jump like this i mean if you're a hedge fund obsessed with growing your am this trick is guaranteed to work as we saw with this week the first inflows the reported in a couple of years is thanks to them issuing even more new ceelo's but with paul singer obviously that's not the case they don't necessarily need more um so why would they want to do it just as as sort of.