37 Burst results for "Ceo"

Fresh update on "ceo" discussed on America First

America First

01:09 min | 6 min ago

Fresh update on "ceo" discussed on America First

"Is in the black by a staggering amount. Bernie Bennett has that story state that expected perhaps the most severe budget crunch in American history instead has a more than $75 billion budget surplus, according to Governor Gavin Newsom, after a booming stock market and better than anticipated tax revenues over the pandemic play gear As recently as a year ago, California's top elected officials were staring into a budgetary abyss that made the great recession look like a pothole. Newsome said in an address that he proposed to use much of the money to find what he said would be the biggest economic recovery package in state history. Tony Bennett reporting attorneys general across the U. S have written to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, urging him to drop company plans for a version of Instagram for kids under the age of 13. Attorneys generals say they're concerned about the social media's effect on the physical and emotional well being of the kids. Breaking news and analysis of town hold dot com. Virginia's Washington and Lee University with an upcoming announcement. University will reveal whether or not it will change its name. In June, nearly a year after a committee was formed to evaluate the school's ties to Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The university formed a committee in July two research and make a recommendation on dropping Lee's name. The Civil War general was in early president of the school and is buried on campus. A majority of faculty supported the change. In a vote last summer, John Scott reporting Police officer in New York who carried a four year old girl to safe, he says the child barely cried on the way the hospital after being shot, officer listen, Vogel says. The little girl only cried when attorney Kit was placed on her wounded like the broken One child, one of three people hit by stray bullets when someone opened fire during a dispute. Least have released a video. But so far no arrests have been made.

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Elon Musk Makes His 'SNL' Debut

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:31 min | 22 hrs ago

Elon Musk Makes His 'SNL' Debut

"Over the weekend elon. Musk the ceo of tesla and spacex at snl host to his resume to any one of offended. I just want to say i. Reinvented electric cars. And i'm sending people to mars rocketship. Did you think. I was also going to be a normal dude. So what happens. When an iconoclastic tech entrepreneur and one of the world's richest people hosts a sketch comedy. Show let's turn to our tesla reporter. Rebecca elliott find out. Hey rebecca good to talk to you again manda. Thanks for having me. So i just wanna come right out and acknowledge here you and i are talking on a show called tech news briefing. It is not normal. That an appearance on saturday night live would give us something to talk about. Yeah it's definitely unusual. Snl typically taps entertainers to host the show. There are a handful of business people who have done so in the past including the late george steinbrenner who on the new york yankees for president. Donald trump hosted twice Including in two thousand fifteen when he was vying to be the republican nominee for the white house. We don't know at this point. Exactly how the hosting gig came together but elon. Musk has a super wide audience. This was the first time that snl expanded viewership and had live streaming internationally. And so you know. He certainly brought a lot of attention to the show.

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Fresh update on "ceo" discussed on Dan Carroll

Dan Carroll

01:10 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "ceo" discussed on Dan Carroll

"WLW Cincinnati, Kentucky joining a growing list of states urging Facebook not to move forward, With its launch of Instagram kids. No way to stop for men. Really, This is made up. It's not all right. I'm being told. It's not made up. If if this story is true, which I guess it is. I got two words for you. What the come on. This is the 12 O'clock report. Welcome to May 11th. I'm Rob Carpenter breaking now and with all the details seven hundred's Haley Hanson. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, as well as the attorneys general from 44 States sent a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Sucker Berg urging him to stop the launch of the new version of Instagram for kids 13 and under. The letter cites concerns of the safety and well being of Children and the potential harm social media can cause. It goes on to recognize Facebook's quote, checkered past when it comes to quote protecting the welfare of Children on its platform. I'm not saying anything. Alarm,.

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A Big Recall for Peloton

Talking Tech

02:00 min | 1 d ago

A Big Recall for Peloton

"There was a big recall news this week right. That's right and it was a bit unusual and involving peleton and the co founder and ceo. John fully apologize twice about the situation. What apparently happened was last month. The consumer product safety commission warned consumers with small children. Children are pets to stop using the tread. Plus treadmill after. The fitness company reported a child's death linked to the product but peleton refused to issue a recall of its own at the time and then it opted to do so this week and quit selling the tread plus treadmill and the tread treadmill which had not been widely available in the us but was being sold primarily in uk and canada now overall the voluntary recall coverage about one hundred twenty five thousand tread plus products and one thousand fifty tread devices in the us now owners of the tread plus treadmill which the price of it starts about forty. Three hundred dollars can return the product or they can contact peleton to how the company paid a move. The device to another room supposedly. That'd be a room where children pets wouldn't get near the product and pelivan plans to send a software update in the next few days to tread plus treadmills with a digital pimco. That can be used to lock the device and unlock it. So after you use it it'll automatically lock and then you need a lock diviners correctly. It's also working on modifications to the product. Now the cps see the commission said it had received seventy two reports people. Pets are objects quote being pulled under the rear of the treadmill including twenty nine reports of injuries to children such as second and third degree abrasions. Broken bones and lacerations in quote as for the tread treadmill peleton notified the commission last week about a defect involving a loose touchscreen that can become detached from the device. There have been six reports of the touchscreen falling off but no injuries in the us.

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So Youve Been Banned on Twitter

ICYMI

01:52 min | 2 d ago

So Youve Been Banned on Twitter

"So Donald trump still still banned from facebook. I know sorry. What a horrible way to start up all of our listeners. Just turned off their honestly. I just tuned out of my own brain. It is big news in the in the internet world. Facebook has upheld a decision to keep trump banned from the platform. The first thing. Facebook has perhaps done ever in their entire life. What's wild is it. It's not even technically their final decision. Trump might be back on facebook and six months trump's banned from mainstream social platforms like facebook. And he's also banned from twitter. Frankly i feel like this poses a lot more questions than it provides answers mostly about who does and does not get punished by platforms for behavior. That goes against terms of service which terms of service are just the long fine print that most of us avoid reading when we joined apper platform. And you just scroll to the end and go. Yes i agree you want my firstborn child and seven of my hair. Great take quite literally never read a terms of service. Which perhaps i should they anything. In there i would have been. I would have signed away the rights to my kidneys just to not have to read the fine print. But what's kind of interesting. I'll say about trump being banned from facebook and from youtube and from twitter is that people openly very vocally break. Twitter's rules all the time and just get to keep tweeting their thoughts into the abyss that we all spend too much time on. Its why whenever twitter ceo. Jack dorsey tweets. There's somebody in his mentions being like yo. Can you like fix the nutsy problem on here. The nazi problem being literal nazis literal nazis

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Microsoft Pledges to Be Carbon Negative by 2030

Planet Money

02:01 min | 3 d ago

Microsoft Pledges to Be Carbon Negative by 2030

"The ceo of microsoft gone on onstage at microsoft headquarters. Please welcome saatchi. now della. He walks on and stands facing the crowd behind on. There's this wall covered with these healthy looking green leaves. Thank you so very much. It's fantastic to be here today. It kind of looks like a ted talk crossed with the product announcement. That's corporations it up opposite. Actions must be aligned to helping solve the world's problems not create new ones and then he gets to microsoft's new pledge to fight climate change today. You're making the commitment that by twenty thirty microsoft will be carbon negative carbon negative. What does that even mean. Microsoft has offices around the world that use lots of electricity they have fleets of cars and trucks. Data centers. That use diesel. All of those things mean carbon emissions but somehow the ceo of microsoft is saying his company's going to eliminate all those carbon emissions even better reverse them their plan. The answer in part has to do with what's displayed on the screen above him images of giant pristine forests forests trees. These are not just nice. Nature images trees are gonna solve some serious climate accounting problems for microsoft. This is the decade to take bold steps forward to address a most pressing challenges. Thank you one. Fifth of the world's largest companies have made pledges this one to reduce their carbon footprint. Two zero or beyond. They've done the math and decided that they can do this. In part by paying someone across the world to save trees. Which really is that really. We're gonna do this.

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US vs Canadian Esports Scenes? ft. Ben Feferman, CEO of Amuka Esports

Esports Network Podcast

01:51 min | 3 d ago

US vs Canadian Esports Scenes? ft. Ben Feferman, CEO of Amuka Esports

"Talk about a Muka Esports, right? So you're a young twenty-something. Thirty something, right by, by the time you get the thought of your head of a Muka starting up. What was your experience in game? an Esports before a Muka Yeah, really came. I came to the industry really as an investor. First having invested back in 2015 with enthusiasts gaming and a few others along the way and really seeing, you know, from me investor or Investment Banking perspective, that one of the companies that were looking to raise Capital around that time, like, kind of 2018-2019 were just in a vertical and it didn't really make any sense that one company just has a venue and one company is just a team. One, company is just t o and said, you know what, I really think needs to happen all these verticals need to be connected at a local level that's kind of the concept of the mookie Sports is to create a whole e Sports where every sort of touchpoint of that ecosystem is run by a company with different brands. And you know through that we can create to give the best gaming experience to our community. And so, you're coming from the investment side, of every Sports release, your, your your basically, the business side of things, the initial kick off for a Muka. What was that? Like, how how difficult was that back to to kick it off and how hectic were those early days of a Muka? Yeah, like really the whole thing kind of started as an accident, we were raising money for any sports company in a cool idea, but the CEO sucked and was like on drugs and disheveled. And and we just kept joking. Like it's so hard. If only been, if you were CEO, this would be so much easier here and then the kind of just we stopped making the joke and just said, you know, let's really make it a

How are Black Holes Discovered?

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:52 min | 5 d ago

How are Black Holes Discovered?

"Black holes have been kind of a big deal ever since the first photo of a supermassive black hole was taken in two thousand nineteen black holes are exceptionally hard to find because they don't admit any light to pinpoint where they are. You look at how nearby stars interact with them and measure the x ray activity. The way that's yielded. The most black holes was to go. Look for x ray emission. The black hole stripping material off star as the black hole strips material off the star. It emits a bunch of rays. And those x-rays are very prominence. Scientists believe there are many more black holes in the universe. we haven't identified yet black holes that aren't interacting with a star and have very little x-ray activity trump theoretical models. We know that there are thousands of these non interacting black holes in the galaxy and scientists from all over the world very interested in finding these non interacting backhoes ohio state university professor todd thompson and presidential fellow tarin dude giant singer looked at the problem and set out to prove that black holes can be discovered in a different way. They set their sights on an unusual object in the constellation. Mono ceos the unicorn constellation there an unknown mass is causing a disruption in the shape of the light coming from surrounding older star called a red giant backhoes distort the shape off the red giant and the distortion creates changes in star over the face of the orbit of the back hall around the giant measure. How fast it's coming towards you and how fast it's going away and you can also measure. How star is distorted by the gravity of the nearby. Dark object and this particular star is in this is in this teardrop shape

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From Working on Oil Fields to Passively Investing in Real Estate with Travis Watts

Real Estate Rookie

02:01 min | 5 d ago

From Working on Oil Fields to Passively Investing in Real Estate with Travis Watts

"Traffic's for people that don't know what the differences between passive and active investing brigadier. What does it mean to be a passive investor. Sure i would define that as not having an active role in the actual business of what it is. You're investing in so for example. Let's say you buy a stock you buy. I dunno apple stock. you're not the ceo. You're not an engineer. At apple year in no way shape or form actually impacting the business yourself individually or having to work or exchange for money. You're a passive investor. You just owning a fractional share of that company and being hands off in the process in the sharing in the profits and success of the company. Same thing could be related to real estate. I invest in real estate syndications or real estate. Private placements were another team. Is out there finding the deal. Running the operations finding the property management finding the contractors. I'm just a passive investor in the deal giving him some money to help that be successful in sharing in the profits. Not having to do all of that on my own. Like i used to do. I think that everyone can see. That travis is not a rookie anymore. He is a pro at this. And that's why we brought him on as we want to give you guys some insight some knowledge as to where you can be where you can go with your real estate. Investing in travis's really gonna kind of break down. What he does and how he has made a passive for him so travis what was that first mindset shift. Were you decided. I don't want to be hands on. I don't wanna be active anymore. And i wanna go towards the passive side. Yeah that's kind of funny story. So at first i just thought to things i need to make as much income as i can make so that i can start investing in the number two. I thought i can do it all myself. I don't know why. I thought that that was so naive of me but i just wanted to bounce it and i just thought i can flip a house. I can run a vacation. i can manage tenants. I can do all this without really having the backing to support

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interview With Cy Scott, CEO, Headset

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

01:21 min | 6 d ago

interview With Cy Scott, CEO, Headset

"Hey cy how are you doing great. Thanks headset is in a really interesting space. Where there's an altruism you can only manage what you measure. That's your specialty right. It's data about the cannabis industry. That's right that's right. A headset data analytics primarily market intelligence for the cannabis industry. So we really help. People understand what's going on what the opportunity looks like what the competitive landscape look like. And if they're brand operating in the space really measuring their will market position and it's so interesting because it's such an explosive mount in his industry where all that demand was was pent up over so many years and now the industry rolling. Yeah that's right. I mean that's one thing. We're a technology company. No software as a service company in. It's interesting we have a number of investors that come from the traditional tech investment world. And what they really like about the canvas opportunity. As opposed to just traditional tech is that this is a product cannabis that tad demand for as long as anybody can remember right thousands of years probably and there's finally a legal framework being developed around Where traditional technologies is more kind of immersive debts and technology comes to market yet to create the demand so Definitely exciting An exciting category to be a part of.

Basecamp Bans Societal and Political Discussions at Work

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:16 min | 6 d ago

Basecamp Bans Societal and Political Discussions at Work

"The startup base camp is well known intact circles. It makes product management and communication software for business teams. It developed the ruby on rails software development framework. It's quite influential in silicon valley but last week it got a lot of unexpected attention nationwide when it announced its employees would no longer be allowed to have quote societal and political discussions on the company's internal base camp account leaders at the companies said. The conversations had become too much of a distraction from work. The move sparked a ton of conversation base camp and beyond and it's indicative of a broader debate happening in silicon valley for more on this we turn to our tech reporter catherine bentley. Hey thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. So tell us about the reaction. We saw base camps announcement. Here are both inside the company and publicly yeah I mean this was all over twitter. Oliver lincoln effectively. What you had was kind of two camps if people you had people who said you know i some people especially underrepresented groups. They can't always sort of divorce politics from their identity. For example i saw someone tweet Someone who's non binary. Say if i introduce myself with my preferred pronouns at a work meeting some people might view that as a political move but to me. This is part of my identity. So there's this overlap between diversity and inclusion and quote politics and so you had some people really taking issue with this and thinking that it was that such a ban was effectively away to silence uncomfortable conversations about diversity and inclusion as opposed to quote political debates on the flip side. you had people One example would be the ceo of coin based brian armstrong saying he thought it was a courageous move and point base actually made a similar move this past fall and people who are sort of on the other side of this debate. Say that you know work should be about work that this has become a distraction that you know. It's it's just become too much of a focus in office culture and that people shouldn't be bringing their political opinions into the

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Greg Abel to Succeed Warren Buffett When Berkshire Hathaway CEO Retires

America First

00:25 sec | Last week

Greg Abel to Succeed Warren Buffett When Berkshire Hathaway CEO Retires

"Has some big shoes to fill. The Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman will succeed billionaire Warren Buffett as CEO. Buffet confirmed the succession plan to CNBC after Berkshire's Charlie Munger spilled the beans during the company's annual meeting over the weekend. 90 year old buff, it says while he has no plans to retire, if anything happened to him, Abel would be the one to take the top post that

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Cruz Ramps up Criticisms of Big Business

The Young Turks

02:06 min | Last week

Cruz Ramps up Criticisms of Big Business

"Let's talk about ted cruz in a new opinion piece for the wall street journal. Senator ted cruz pretended as though he wants to hold corporations accountable. But it's not due to their mistreatment of workers or the fact that they tend to severely underpaid the very people who make revenue for them. It's because he's worried about culture and how corporations are engaging in it. It's titled your woke. Money is no good here. Where ted cruz pretends if he's not gonna take corporate pack money argues the corporations have taken advantage of republicans for too long. I won't take their pack dollars anymore says crews so first off. Let's just acknowledge and get out of the way the fact that we don't believe him i personally don't believe him. I think that in one way or the other he will take money from corporations because otherwise how is he going to do what he does. This is this. Is ted cruz bread and butter. And the fact that he's pretending like he's not going to take corporate. Donations is ridiculous. But moving. Moving aside or moving to the other part that i wanted to bring up you know. He angrily writes about how these corporations are speaking out against georgia's voter suppression law. And he believes that that qualifies as engaging in whoa culture. Don't to be clear. I do think that the democratic party has a problem with quote unquote woke movies. And get to that in a minute. And i want people to understand that. It's actually a very nuanced issue. That is hurting the democratic party when it comes to local elections when it comes to the federal elections and we'll discuss it but crews argues that had these watch me woke it up. Ceo's actually read the bill. Instead of parenting the radical left talking points. They have discovered. They have no idea what they were talking about. A clutch of businesses or business leaders tried to win woke twitter points and clown themselves instead now. Obviously none of this is true. Corporations after being pressured to speak out actually did say that the voter suppression law. Georgia is a problem and it is a problem.

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EPA Proposes Rules to Curb Air Conditioner Emissions

The Ben & Skin Show

00:18 sec | Last week

EPA Proposes Rules to Curb Air Conditioner Emissions

"A much smaller proposal. The Environmental Protection Agency today proposing a rule to slash the use of a potent greenhouse gas commonly used in refrigerators and air conditioners by 85% over the next 15 years, the agency says curbing the use of hydrofluorocarbons would avoid the equivalent of 900 million tons of CEO

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Indian court urges government action as hospitals cry help

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

Indian court urges government action as hospitals cry help

"A call to the Delhi has said it will stop punishing governments officials who fail to deliver life saving oxygen the ruling comes as hospitals around the country struggle to secure a steady supply of oxygen leading to a surgeon covered nineteen deaths were also has recently been a slight drop in new infections India has reported over three thousand six hundred need death bringing the total number of deaths to over two hundred and fifteen thousand however experts believe both because on on the counts New Delhi resident or Vashi sama PDC Indian governments on KPLR prepared for anything we don't have enough ventilators in one hospital forget about all the whatever we need for the entire city ordinance that the city well it's national oxygen supplies have been trickling in Qatar Airways CEO Akbar out of the pocket says his company is dedicated to helping India and its time of need we are sending three at Freitas tomorrow and most detailed wanted anyone to Banglore and went to Mumbai I'm Karen Thomas

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Tim Apple vs. Mark Facebook

Slate's If Then

02:03 min | Last week

Tim Apple vs. Mark Facebook

"One actually start by going back three years ago to this moment when tim cook of apple goes on msnbc. We're looking at every app in detail. What is it doing is doing what it's saying it's doing. Is it meeting the privacy policy that they're stating right. You're nodding so. I know you remember this. You guys ic he covers tech for the new york times he knows this moment. Well because in this interview tim cook. Does something unusual talk. He's talking to chris. Hayes and kerr swisher about privacy. This is just after people's personal data from facebook was exposed in the cambridge scandal. Speak scandal and kara says but would you do what would i do. i wouldn't situation would. What did you think then. Because i was like whoa is aggressive for ceo to say i mean both been carrying business stuff for a long time and it feels really out of the norm for a ceo to just lobby. Grenade vat aggressively at another ceo. You know that is not necessarily at least at that time. A direct competitor look cook was doing was starting a fight between facebook and by extension between himself and mark zuckerberg over privacy. I think tim cook does actually believe at least some of this philosophy around privacy and that How the ad tech companies work in particular is more invasive. Been he would ever want his own company to be. This fight. came to a head this week. When apple released its new operating system system that could begin to change the internet that we've all largely given into the one where we trade our personal data for free services.

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Electric Cargo Cycles Deliver Packages in Miami

Climate Connections

01:11 min | Last week

Electric Cargo Cycles Deliver Packages in Miami

"In many cities delivery trucks and vans often end up circling blocks parking illegally or idling in the street while the driver hops out to drop off a package but some companies have found an alternative that takes up less parking space and creates less pollution three wheeled electric cycles that are equipped with cargo containers. You can operate them like a bike but they have power. You can run it on full electric if you need to. It's a good blend between being on a bicycle and being in a car. Greg hewitt is ceo of dhl express us. Last summer the package delivery company began using four of these electric cargo cycles in miami. Each has a container that carries up to four hundred pounds and his reloaded several times. A day hewitt says dhl express aims to get e cycles into more cities soon but i cities and states must approve and regulate their use for example permitting them to ride in bike lanes or creating parking areas for them so change won't happen immediately but he says e bikes can help make cities more sustainable by reducing road traffic and emission pollution while still not sacrificing fast efficient deliveries for our

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Why Jewish Fiction? With David Hirshberg

Judaism Unbound

02:12 min | Last week

Why Jewish Fiction? With David Hirshberg

"Hershberg welcome to judaism unbounded so great to have you. Thank you very much. It's nice to be we both of you. Well where starting this kind of series which is distributed through the next few months where we're talking to a number of authors of fiction from a jewish perspective or from a jewish point of view or about the jewish experience Last week we talked to some folks who are earlier in their lives who are writing fiction and this week. We're talking with you. Who is somebody who came to write fiction after a long career as moore. I'm wondering a little bit if you could talk about where that impulse to write. Fiction comes from at this stage of your life and you're trying to do by now becoming a novelist. I spent a career in in biotech developing drugs and about four or five years ago. I decided that i needed something. A second act in. I always wanted to write and fishing was what i wanted to write so i decided to do something i wrote. I wrote it off. And when i was finished with our very proud and then did probably the best thing i've ever done. I deleted it. It was one hundred. Twenty four thousand words and out of that between fifteen. Eighteen hundred words were preserved and those preserved words went into my first book called my mother son which came out three years ago. The decision to to write was one that. If i didn't start doing it. I would have one of these regrets. Later on rai would say. Oh i could have done this. I'm so disappointed. I didn't do that. And the worst thing would happen. Since i did on my own was it wouldn't be very good and no one else would no. I wouldn't suffer any of the negative consequences. I was lucky when i sent chapters around to people who said they likely very much and they continued to push me to write at. That was at the same time. I was leaving last. Ceo job in biotech. And so now. I have more time to write. Although i'm advising a few companies now it doesn't take too much.

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Interview With Airshow Pilot Cecilia Aragon

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

02:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Interview With Airshow Pilot Cecilia Aragon

"So my guest. Today is cecelia hourigan. She is a professor at the university of washington. A former member of the us aerobatic came has is a researcher with over two hundred publications in data science. Human computer interactions visual analytics. She's the recipient of the presidential early career for science and engineers scientists and engineers and she's written three books and was a ceo of a company that was acquired within three years of its founding. Wow this is really cool cecilia. It's great having you with us. Thank you so much george. It's really exciting to be here so now tell us how you got your start in a so you have to realize that as a child i was incredibly fearful and timid. I was the last person anybody would have thought that i would become a pilot. I used to be scared of ladders. But then one when i was about in my mid twenties a colleague of mine at work said. How'd you like to go for a ride in a small plane and my first thought was. Oh no that's not the sort of thing i would ever do. It's too scary. And i don't want to risk death but then i remember thinking in that moment insane. No to a lot of things. I've been letting my to your rule me i think now is the time to change. And so i said yes and my friend took me up in a piper archer out of oakland california and i still remember taking off over the san francisco bay and seeing how beautiful it. The sun was glittering on the bay. Like a million gold coins and he even let me handle the controls. It was the most wonderful experience i ever had. And when we got back down on the crown. I signed up for flying lessons.

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Interview With Jon Damush, CEO of Iris Automation

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Interview With Jon Damush, CEO of Iris Automation

"Okay our guest is john damage. He is the ceo of iris automation. They produce the cassia which is platform agnostic. Three hundred and sixty degree radio computer vision detect and avoid system for you a. s. and they also have something they call the regulatory resource center. Which is an online tool that manages. The bbc loss waiver application process. How john's got a really nice long. Fantastic aviation technology career. He led new. Business ventures at boeing next. He was chief growth officer. At boeing's subsidiary in situ and he was a boeing executive liaison and board observer to sky grid which was a joint venture between boeing and spark ignition. John was also the ceo of two d three sensing they're a leading provider of computer vision based image processing software for aerial surveillance in on top of all that he's also an faa certified commercial pilot. He has multi-engine an instrument ratings and he's a cf. I the certified flight instructor. John welcome to the uav digest. Thank you very much. Max and i'm calling in from southern california to stay on team there. We go which probably makes both of your little bit jealous. This time year. I grew up in new jersey so i definitely remember what late february early march felt like This tease of spring but winter holding on for dear life. Well we were at seventy three degrees today. So i actually had the hanger open at the museum which was kind of a nice thing was on the teas. Get the punch is coming all right. Well john why don't we start off talking a little bit about the products and services that irish automation offers Detected avoid is certainly a big part of what you do. Yeah i would say. Detection is primarily what we do we at our core our computer vision and machine learning software company and what the founders of our business realized is that the drone industry was not going to be able to grow exponentially like all the hype held for so many years until drones were allowed to fly more like regular airplanes

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"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

Athlete CEO

04:30 min | 6 months 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 | 6 months 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

04:23 min | 6 months ago

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"Your human capital and on today's episode. We're finishing up our conversation with our good buddy Joe Schmidt. The previous episodes have been absolutely gold. You have to go back and listen to them. But this one may have been my favorite so far off. For those of you have not had an opportunity to listen into those conversations just real quick Joe is a former Notre Dame football captain was an investor one of the biggest VC firms that there is Excel and that was an operator where he runs strategy and sales at ethos life a start-up Technology Insurance company that's raised over a hundred million dollars from Sequoia off. So Google ventures in the life's and in this installment, Joe takes us inside what he calls how to optimize your human capital and optimize your life Europe. I mean, there's a lot of practical information in there. You know what I took away were he's got four pillars and that's what really resonated with me those four pillars health professional spiritual and so off to me, you know, just a great framework to bring it all back to hey, how do I organize my life my life my priorities, how do I make sure that you know these four things off? Are all having attention paid to them. I don't think there's any illusion that there's a balance there, but he talks about being intentional every single day that he's hitting one of those. I was personally convicted of to me. I definitely left there thinking about. Hey, how do I make sure that I'm looking at all these different areas of my life to optimize my human potential and then preach more about what you and I are always talking about with our clients right have a plan execute the plan and this framework with these four four pillars was just fantastic in my opinion. We've known Joe since literally since he was a young boy and then this is a guy who goes to an iconic high school at Mater Dei High School in Southern California walks on the team at Notre Dame and ends up being a captain their home that doesn't happen without having intentionality in goals and plans and one of the things that stood out was saying hey, do you have someone who's maybe already traveled the road that you've been on and he used that analogy? Of you know, if you're standing on a train going 80 miles an hour doesn't look like you're going very fast. But for those who are watching it passed by can see that bullet train going and it's it's so important I think about what we do on a on a daily basis, right? Like that's the role of an advisor and an expert and a lot of times from our former professional athlete backgrounds of having that coach. Yeah, I gotta still execute every day, but I just can't see certain things without having advisors around me. And so this is all about building out your team making sure that you have qualified experts alongside you on this journey, if you want to go fast you go alone if you want to go far you go together and so with that we hope you guys enjoy the last segment of our conversation with our dear friend.

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Athlete CEO

03:30 min | 7 months 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 | 7 months 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 | 7 months ago

"ceo" Discussed on Athlete CEO

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Athlete CEO

02:52 min | 7 months ago

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"I think the best thing to do is to reach out and set up lunches in today that's difficult with covered but set up phone calls because I learn things I didn't expect to learn they find out the impact that they could have that they're not even they're not even fulfilling all the potential impact they could make and they may be dead. With a forty-three-year-old man, who's a CEO of a company that's in an industry. They would love to be in next thing. You know, they get hired away when their careers over by that company by that guy off and so it's you know, the the players that I've had that have done a great job. They just knew what they wanted to do. And then they took that they had the courage to reach out to people change. Everybody's reachable with social media linked in whatever it is. We can you know, we could get to Trump and biting it tonight if we wanted to I mean, it's nobody's it's not like it used to be twenty thirty years ago where there were Untouchable people everybody's touchable today. So there's no excuse. Yeah now I think that's yeah, that's great marriage. You can jump in here, but I would just say, you know for those that are listening look at the resources you have around you as well. If you've got an agent like Craig or you've got a team like ours we can help with that process and we often do with many of our clients. So, you know reach out cold absolutely and then also, you know, we always remind people be intellectually curious throughout your career as you're investigating those ways to help improve. Your process wage is often times that a product or person is attached to that. So don't just kind of make that quick decision and Implement think about it meet the person behind it et cetera. So Eric, I know you off. You were intended to jump in there. Yeah, it just piggybacking off of what you guys are talking about is is I think of a previous podcast that we did with Kobe Fuller General partner over at upfront Ventures talking about is right your network really is your net worth and we see a really cool example up in the Venture Capital Community of of seeing NFL players that have taken advantage of exactly what we're talking about Ryan nice, you know play seven years in the NFL and really building off maybe the shoulders of his dad Ronnie Lott but the relationships that have built up in the valley or incredible and you know, this is where I would tip my cap to so many of the NFL players is we've been up there. There's these educational days that because of your your choice of career your MLB career your PGA career you get to go hang out with David crane from from Google Ventures or you.

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Athlete CEO

04:44 min | 7 months 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 | 7 months ago

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"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 | 7 months 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 | 8 months ago

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"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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Athlete CEO

01:52 min | 8 months ago

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"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 | 8 months 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 | 9 months 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 Female CEO Secrets

Female CEO Secrets

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on Female CEO Secrets

"Welcome to female. Ceo secrets the podcast. That reveals the insider secrets you want so you can grow and balanced your business and personal life at the same time. Are you ready to experience relief from your headaches. And heartache them please welcome our host scott brown. Wait what a male voice on a female podcast. What's up with that. How does that even make any sense. there must be something more to this. Hey guess what that must be the first secret. Hi i'm scott brown and welcomed the female. Co secrets think. You're gonna find this. Very different from the typical podcast. And you're gonna find this very different from what you would expect. You may be wondering well. What's in this for me. We're going to be sharing secrets that are going to help you with your relationships personal life and your business in ways you never thought possible before it breaks my heart that there are so many i call them. I refer to secrets. They're basically strategies that no one ever talks about. And i think this is something you might like to know. It would be good for you to know and it's going to help you with your business with your relationships with your personal life. I do things very differently. Than what most business coaches do. They typically focus on the business. But for me i focus on you. Why because everything you do everything involved with you. Everyone involved with you impact. Your business would impact. Your business affects your life your personal life your relationships. It's like a three legged stool if you kick out one leg or one legs a little wobbly it impacts all the others so we're gonna be revealing secrets as we go along with these episodes that i think you're gonna find really really interesting. It's going to do some soul searching for you but it's also going to help open up some doors. I tend to be outside the box quite a bit and in in thinking looking at things not just taking things on face value like most people do. And i'd like to take you along on this journey that we could do this together. Another thing that makes us unique. Is this will be an interactive podcast. And you might be saying interactive podcast. How can that be a podcast as only one sided so to speak in other words. You're hearing me. I don't get to hear you. But i'm going to be encouraging you to get on our site. Scott brown three sixty dot com and leave your comments your questions if you have opposing views. Whatever it is and i will respond personally or one of my team. Members will most likely it'll be me because we want us to develop these conversations and so that we can help you be the best that you can be in case. You're wondering why i would be the host of this podcast We'd be sharing more and more this. Is we go along. If you're interested but just to get started trying to let you know. I'm the son of a highly ambitious woman. She had the role of ceo. Professional moore all those ours roles during the course of her life and i watched and observed interact with of course because she's my mother but Over the years. I saw a soul the toll it took on her and i saw how she tended to have to feel as she had to look perfectly put together on the outside but on the inside hi ding stuff and you know what i mean. More than likely. And it's a shame that it has to be that way and it actually steals a lot of you joy it actually impacts your business it can make your marriage is more difficult. Your your friendships. More difficult Your your personal thoughts. head trash. If you wanna call it that emotions dealing with or not dealing with past traumas or or past issues all of that stuff if you keep that bottled up inside. It's going to you don't you can't bury something alive and not expect it to unburied itself so to speak. But we'll talk about more about all that as we're going along here. I'm known for forty. Five minute breakthroughs very often women that i've worked with. It's a it's a. It's a pattern that i've seen so many times where they basically we first start to talk and she'll say something like i don't know why i'm here. Were your man. You can't possibly know how a woman thinks. So what's the point or this is a waste of my time but amazing almost every single time. I am so thankful that within forty five minutes typically less than that. She has now already had her first break through and she's now saying things like well. I want more of this. I love this. This is fantastic. How can we do more of this. And i want to share some of these things some of these tidbits along the way for you to help you to be able to experience something very similar to that. Most advisors coaches and consultants focus on business. But i focus on her. In this case i focused on you. What's the reason because you put your heart and soul into your business and it's time for your business to love you back a lot of the problems that you experience with your business they can appear to be one thing on the surface and you might think you know the answer or you know. This is the issue. This is how we deal with it. You know do this do that. Move this personnel. This position bringing this person into this position but a lot of times. There's a whole lot of things that going on behind the scenes and a lot of the stress that you experience stress number ones. You don't need to experience and it's actually arguments that you're having with inside yourself whether you realize it or not about what is the way to move forward and your subconscious is going to hijack you it gets your subconscious is not able to understand what life is like as an entrepreneur as a ceo as a female as being a highly ambitious female. Because what it thinks it needs to do to keep you safe is actually not the best thing for you. We'll be talking about all those kinds of things as we as we move forward another question. That very often comes up is. You're so busy with trying to balance everything in your life but what about who's taking care of you while you're taking care of everyone else who is taking care of you. How much self care are you not getting. How much self care would be really good for you to have. What's missing your life. What what voids are there. We'll be talking about all these all these kinds of things as we move forward and i don't want Loja too much on the very first episode. Do wanna let you know. This has nothing to do with trying to fix you. If you're familiar with that term I respect that. You don't want to be fixed. You don't want someone else just to swoop in and thinks all i'm going to solve your problems for you or your female. You can't possibly figure it out yourself. I don't go that route at all. Whatever you used to with with dealing with manual. Find me in a in a very different place with all of that. And i have trademarked. Breakthrough method that strategically equipped shoot or reverse engineer. Your challenge challenges so you can feel unstoppable save your time and maximize your roi and we'll be talking about a lot of that stuff as we as we go along and like i said bottom line. You've poured your blood sweat and tears into your business. It's time for your business to love you back if you would like to. Please connect with us. You'll see in the show notes or the show description. You'll see the website. Scott brown three sixty dot com. That's not actually a website. There's actually an app that i'm using this really cool just hop on that app clicked through. Look for podcast or look for contacts. You can text me and any questions. You have thoughts Anything specific that you want to be talking about even if you have opposing views what whatever it may be said or someone on my team will respond personally more than likely. Be me because i'm trying to. I wanna create these dialogues. So that together we can move forward. Hope you're having a great day and we'll see you on the next episode..

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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

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"ceo" Discussed on active CEO Podcast

"Today we're talking about be your earn. Cr is the sickest of the ways to earn your own influence. So be your your your high performance habits boundaries and influence in your life most people would relate a chief executive officer to being the highest ranked person in the company or other institution ultimately taking responsibility for managerial decisions however Wickford redefined senior in terms of Hue. And your energy. Wouldn't it be great to experience greater levels of energy more often in your life? Do you know we are all see. The chief energy officer allies and think how energy effects other people in the way you behave now. Today's podcast with going to break it down into two areas. The first one is being the chief energy officer of your wife and then the second one we going into the second pot. We're going to delve into being that C o you know you are the CEO of your choices decisions and actions in your life so go back to the first part of being your own see years so the chief energy officer now. Human effectiveness is ultimately a function of human energy. Human effectiveness is ultimately a function of human energy. So how were you? Mobilising focusing in sparring and sustain your energy every single die because human energy. We'll take you and go straight to the bottom line so the more you WanNa get out of life or the more you want to get out of your business if you are on your business or if you have a go then it's GonNa come back to the human energy and y you approach it at the beginning you know. You need to nurture transform indirect urine human energy. You need to set the intention of what energy you want to have a new life. You've got to be your own chief energy officer because no one else is. GonNa do that for you. All the other people can try thick your energy that you have every single day. They can try and bring negative energy. Some people may bring you really positive energy.

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