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A Closer Look at a Song in Book 8 of the Odyssey

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:30 min | 5 d ago

A Closer Look at a Song in Book 8 of the Odyssey

"We are talking about a song in book 8 of the Odyssey, demoticist the Bard is singing about an episode all too familiar to anyone who knows the story of the Trojan war. And that is that Odysseus devised the brilliant idea of gifting the Trojans with a large horse, the horse, however, was cunningly packed with Greek soldiers, the Trojans sort of naively or foolishly pulled a horse into their city at night, the sides of the horse are busted open outcome the soldiers. They opened the gates, a massive army of Greeks is waiting outside. They come in and thus is accomplished the sack of Troy. Now, we're talking about Odysseus as he hears the song, he starts kind of weeping. And the first question I want to ask is, why is that? It doesn't seem on the face of it. It makes sense why Odysseus would be weeping. I think there's really only one answer, and that is Odysseus is weeping really out of just relief, relief that his not just at a scheme worked. You know, he knows it worked, but CEO discus has been at sea. Essentially, buffeted from place to place for now ten years. So he doesn't know if anybody even knows about the about how the sack of Troy was accomplished, presumably people know that it happened. But how it happened, who came up with the idea, imagine if Odysseus had said to the demotic is, hey, I'd like you to sing a song about the Trojan horse, and demotic is said, what Trojan horse? Well, then Odysseus would know that these people, they don't even know about the Trojan horse. They don't know. They know that Troy fell, but they don't know how it fell. They don't know. Or if demotic assists said, oh yeah, there was a scheme of the Trojan horse, but some other Greek came up with that, not Odysseus. Then Odysseus would know that he Odysseus is not getting the credit by which we mean the chaos, the glory, the reputation. Notice, et cetera earlier that chaos in the Odyssey is not about the next life. It's not about what people say about you after you die. It's about what people say about you even while you are alive. Do they record and notice your exploits do you sort of get the reputational value of the things you did? So Odysseus now realizes that yes, his name is not going to be forgotten. People, even the far flung fakes, no that it was he Odysseus who came up with the idea of the Trojan horse. So hence Odysseus weeping. But now let's cut turn the Homer simile because Homer simile is very odd. Odysseus is weeping as a woman weeps whose husband has just been killed on the battlefield and she's being dragged into slavery. Now who do we think about here? Well, we actually think about the Trojans because their city was sacked. Their women are weeping. Their women see their husbands dying and then a beaten on the backs on their backs by Greek soldiers who are like, come on, come on, come on, it's time for you to basically leave. It's time to go into slavery, basically your life in terms of your life as in prosperous Troy is over. The rest of your life, you're going to be a slave. And in this society, being a slave means also being a sexual slave of some Greek master. So incredibly, Homer is comparing the Greek Odysseus weeping to the weeping of a Trojan woman, but possibly Aphrodite, the wife of Hector, seeing her husband dragged around the walls of Troy knowing that her fate is one of slavery. Knowing in some sense that their son, their little baby son's life is doomed. So what Homer is doing is he's kind of reminding you that the victory achieved on the Greek side was not a victory for the other side. Odysseus may be weeping for one reason he's obviously not weeping because Troy fell, he wanted Troy to fall. He devised the scheme for Troy to fall. But even though Odysseus's perspective is in a sense narrow, it's the perspective of the winner, Homer's perspective is much larger, Homer recognizes both sides of the conflict. And so in a kind of beautiful analogy or similarly, he compares Odysseus's weeping with the weeping of a lamenting Trojan wife.

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"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:28 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Gotten to and it's because she wasn't focusing on the baby elephant. Just so now she's having to deal with the big one. So that's a really good yeah, you know like get out company we have one of our car values at rhythm systems is we call it no TDC and TDC stands for thinly disguise contempt. So no thinly disguised contempt. What that really means is we want you to clear the air. If something isn't going right, the reason why I have this call value is that my very, very first company. I noticed that my program is started aligning themselves to natural teams and self selecting. They want to work with certain people. But I got all these, they're all smart people, so I was wondering what was going on and I began to realize that some of them had disappointed each other. Instead of having the conversation clear the air and say, hey, when you didn't check your code in properly the other day, it caused me problems. I started having thinly disguised contempt for that guy. You know, we'd be nice to each other, but I really don't want to work with you. And so, you know, I've had the privilege of screwing up multiple times. This is now my fourth company. So I've had the privilege of screwing it up a few times and then so now this company we're going to call that it says no TDC, which is a really fun way to say, you got to clear the ant man. If something isn't going right today, you've got to clear the air so that your relationship is clean. So we try and our culture to promote that tough conversation that's spicy conversation. Maybe you now take the risk to take that conversation that courage to have that conversation because you know that this firm's core value includes this guy's contempt thing that promotes that.

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"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:28 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Gotten to and it's because she wasn't focusing on the baby elephant. Just so now she's having to deal with the big one. So that's a really good yeah, you know like get out company we have one of our car values at rhythm systems is we call it no TDC and TDC stands for thinly disguise contempt. So no thinly disguised contempt. What that really means is we want you to clear the air. If something isn't going right, the reason why I have this call value is that my very, very first company. I noticed that my program is started aligning themselves to natural teams and self selecting. They want to work with certain people. But I got all these, they're all smart people, so I was wondering what was going on and I began to realize that some of them had disappointed each other. Instead of having the conversation clear the air and say, hey, when you didn't check your code in properly the other day, it caused me problems. I started having thinly disguised contempt for that guy. You know, we'd be nice to each other, but I really don't want to work with you. And so, you know, I've had the privilege of screwing up multiple times. This is now my fourth company. So I've had the privilege of screwing it up a few times and then so now this company we're going to call that it says no TDC, which is a really fun way to say, you got to clear the ant man. If something isn't going right today, you've got to clear the air so that your relationship is clean. So we try and our culture to promote that tough conversation that's spicy conversation. Maybe you now take the risk to take that conversation that courage to have that conversation because you know that this firm's core value includes this guy's contempt thing that promotes that.

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"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:37 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Well, yeah, I always think that a lot of struggles that companies have are rooted in communication issues, you know, either a lack of communication or poor communication, you know, just people don't really understand what's expected of them and what the consequences are positive and negative. To, you know, when they follow through or don't with those expectations. Right. And then we don't talk about it until it's too late, right? So in other words, we have a minor issue here, but we don't talk about it. We don't communicate as you point it out. And so now this thing becomes a big elephant, figure elephant. And so then we asked the question, right? Now we have a huge 7 ton elephant in the room and how do you now solve that problem and people always say, well you, how do you know when one bite at a time and I suggest that I'd rather not eat an elephant one bite at a time because that's a lot of food. I'd suggest we eat the baby elephant. We eat the baby elephant. And you've avoided the 7 ton elephant. Okay, so I'm so glad that you just said that because that speaks to having those tough conversations. So will you share some about how business leaders can embrace those tough conversations? Yes. So I call these spicy conversations, spicy conversations. I call these spicy conversations because I'm from Singapore. This is one of my favorite foods. Is this dish called Lux side? Just had it this week. And it's very spicy and but you enjoy, it tastes good, spicy, just keep drinking water. And you enjoy it. And the spicy composition is kind of like that. I feel like I need to have a conversation with somebody. Oh my God, it's going to be spicy. I start sweating. I'm thinking oh my God, I don't want to have this conversation. I'm sweating. But it's going to be good. I got to have it. I got to clear the air. I got to have this spicy conversation. So that we will perform well together and so I kind of mentioned the elephant thing just now. It's all connected. I think people need to psychologically prepare themselves that the reward is great. So I'm going to first be motivated to have the tough conversation and the motivation to me is that, look, if you can have the spicy conversation, you avoid that elephant becoming big. You've eaten the baby elephant and you solve this thing for a few years out. And you saved all your time, money, resources, and emotions. So first, I want to really inspire the person to now have the courage to go have that conversation with the radical candor that they need to have. That's the first thing I would say and then I would say, secondly, you go to look at your culture to see what you're doing that inspires and allows that. For example, if you say to me Patrick, when something goes wrong, I want to hear the truth. I want to know what's really going on. And I see Diane, you know, I got this problem of this project, not going very well.

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"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:37 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Well, yeah, I always think that a lot of struggles that companies have are rooted in communication issues, you know, either a lack of communication or poor communication, you know, just people don't really understand what's expected of them and what the consequences are positive and negative. To, you know, when they follow through or don't with those expectations. Right. And then we don't talk about it until it's too late, right? So in other words, we have a minor issue here, but we don't talk about it. We don't communicate as you point it out. And so now this thing becomes a big elephant, figure elephant. And so then we asked the question, right? Now we have a huge 7 ton elephant in the room and how do you now solve that problem and people always say, well you, how do you know when one bite at a time and I suggest that I'd rather not eat an elephant one bite at a time because that's a lot of food. I'd suggest we eat the baby elephant. We eat the baby elephant. And you've avoided the 7 ton elephant. Okay, so I'm so glad that you just said that because that speaks to having those tough conversations. So will you share some about how business leaders can embrace those tough conversations? Yes. So I call these spicy conversations, spicy conversations. I call these spicy conversations because I'm from Singapore. This is one of my favorite foods. Is this dish called Lux side? Just had it this week. And it's very spicy and but you enjoy, it tastes good, spicy, just keep drinking water. And you enjoy it. And the spicy composition is kind of like that. I feel like I need to have a conversation with somebody. Oh my God, it's going to be spicy. I start sweating. I'm thinking oh my God, I don't want to have this conversation. I'm sweating. But it's going to be good. I got to have it. I got to clear the air. I got to have this spicy conversation. So that we will perform well together and so I kind of mentioned the elephant thing just now. It's all connected. I think people need to psychologically prepare themselves that the reward is great. So I'm going to first be motivated to have the tough conversation and the motivation to me is that, look, if you can have the spicy conversation, you avoid that elephant becoming big. You've eaten the baby elephant and you solve this thing for a few years out. And you saved all your time, money, resources, and emotions. So first, I want to really inspire the person to now have the courage to go have that conversation with the radical candor that they need to have. That's the first thing I would say and then I would say, secondly, you go to look at your culture to see what you're doing that inspires and allows that. For example, if you say to me Patrick, when something goes wrong, I want to hear the truth. I want to know what's really going on. And I see Diane, you know, I got this problem of this project, not going very well.

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"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:26 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Terms and conditions apply for if people are listening to thinking, okay, yeah, you know, I get it, but they still have to be able to hold my team accountable. I still have to be able to know that they're getting those things done. What

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:26 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Terms and conditions apply for if people are listening to thinking, okay, yeah, you know, I get it, but they still have to be able to hold my team accountable. I still have to be able to know that they're getting those things done. What

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

02:28 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"I can help people and so she is a connected she understands that relationships matter. And I encourage you to really go to the office in regards to what the hybrid policy is because if you want to find people that could help you in your young career, you bump into mentors, people who want to help you. And I think if we start work as a young person purely purely virtual, we miss that opportunity because now all your meetings only happen if they're scheduled. Yeah, boy, I completely agree with that. I think that is such a great point. And does it really, at the end of the day, does it really matter how many hours someone works as opposed to the results that they realize? That's a really good point. I think that I think a lot of people understand that. What you just said, that it's really a productivity of performance. If you get the job done, why do I care? Whether you hear 6 hours or 8 in unfortunately, we have patterns built into our brains that go all the way back to the agricultural age. Where you got to attend the fields, you got to be there 8 hours clocking clock out from the agricultural fields to manufacturing clock in clock out. So I think that we have to understand that the productivity is about getting your work done. So I think most people understand that logically, but I think a lot of people still struggle with how does that translate to the right work habits? Yeah, I do too, right. It's really an interesting thing. I think we've gotten this belief system that we pay people for time when, you know, that's how we equate it when really what we're paying them for is that they are getting their job done plus, really. Yeah. You know, the joke, you've probably had this joke that the consultant walks by a car that's broken down and the guy asks, says, you know, I've been here for a bunch of hours now. I can't get my kind of stock. Can you help me with this? And the guy looks at it, spends about 15 minutes analyzing car and says, yeah, yeah. Press this thing here, push this button and the guy says, oh my gosh, that's amazing. Thank you, how much do you owe you? This is about $3000 and goes, wow. $3000 for like 15 minutes of your time. And the guy says, no, no, no. $2000 for knowing what to touch to make your car stop.

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

02:28 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"I can help people and so she is a connected she understands that relationships matter. And I encourage you to really go to the office in regards to what the hybrid policy is because if you want to find people that could help you in your young career, you bump into mentors, people who want to help you. And I think if we start work as a young person purely purely virtual, we miss that opportunity because now all your meetings only happen if they're scheduled. Yeah, boy, I completely agree with that. I think that is such a great point. And does it really, at the end of the day, does it really matter how many hours someone works as opposed to the results that they realize? That's a really good point. I think that I think a lot of people understand that. What you just said, that it's really a productivity of performance. If you get the job done, why do I care? Whether you hear 6 hours or 8 in unfortunately, we have patterns built into our brains that go all the way back to the agricultural age. Where you got to attend the fields, you got to be there 8 hours clocking clock out from the agricultural fields to manufacturing clock in clock out. So I think that we have to understand that the productivity is about getting your work done. So I think most people understand that logically, but I think a lot of people still struggle with how does that translate to the right work habits? Yeah, I do too, right. It's really an interesting thing. I think we've gotten this belief system that we pay people for time when, you know, that's how we equate it when really what we're paying them for is that they are getting their job done plus, really. Yeah. You know, the joke, you've probably had this joke that the consultant walks by a car that's broken down and the guy asks, says, you know, I've been here for a bunch of hours now. I can't get my kind of stock. Can you help me with this? And the guy looks at it, spends about 15 minutes analyzing car and says, yeah, yeah. Press this thing here, push this button and the guy says, oh my gosh, that's amazing. Thank you, how much do you owe you? This is about $3000 and goes, wow. $3000 for like 15 minutes of your time. And the guy says, no, no, no. $2000 for knowing what to touch to make your car stop.

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:45 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"So that particular day, everyone went home with a computer. And they started working from home. Now he didn't know if everyone had Internet at home. It didn't really matter, but that was that was this particular CEO embraces difficulties and change and understands he's not in control. So just go ahead and do your best and don't worry about it. You don't need to try. I think that's one of the biggest challenges that CEOs have with COVID-19. I do too, and it leads me into wondering about this whole great resignation and this unstable labor market, how, you know, how should they be dealing with this? I totally get that. They should be listening more. I believe that tremendously, but is there a way that they could be actually be using the great resignation as an opportunity? Absolutely. I actually encourage all my Friends to think of this as the great reengagement of the great rejuvenation. Not the great resignation. The reason why I say that is, you know, nobody really wants to resign. Yeah. We really don't. What we are doing is we're running towards our passion. So what has changed? I think COVID has gotten a lot of us to think that, you know, the world looks very different when you worry about death tomorrow. And you're not sure what's going to happen to you. So if you think about early stages of COVID, we didn't know how bad this pandemic would be. We didn't know if it would be controlled. You know, I have an aunt who had all kinds of demands on her kids that she wanted. And then when COVID happened, she said, you know, Patrick, I've relaxed. I have realized that as long as my children are happy and safe, I am happy. So I think we got to realize that, you know, nobody really enjoys resigning. So what's really happening, I believe, is that people are now having the courage to run towards the passion. By the way, that hasn't changed. We've always wanted to work on things with passionate about a COVID gave us the courage to say, you know what? Life is unpredictable.

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"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:45 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"So that particular day, everyone went home with a computer. And they started working from home. Now he didn't know if everyone had Internet at home. It didn't really matter, but that was that was this particular CEO embraces difficulties and change and understands he's not in control. So just go ahead and do your best and don't worry about it. You don't need to try. I think that's one of the biggest challenges that CEOs have with COVID-19. I do too, and it leads me into wondering about this whole great resignation and this unstable labor market, how, you know, how should they be dealing with this? I totally get that. They should be listening more. I believe that tremendously, but is there a way that they could be actually be using the great resignation as an opportunity? Absolutely. I actually encourage all my Friends to think of this as the great reengagement of the great rejuvenation. Not the great resignation. The reason why I say that is, you know, nobody really wants to resign. Yeah. We really don't. What we are doing is we're running towards our passion. So what has changed? I think COVID has gotten a lot of us to think that, you know, the world looks very different when you worry about death tomorrow. And you're not sure what's going to happen to you. So if you think about early stages of COVID, we didn't know how bad this pandemic would be. We didn't know if it would be controlled. You know, I have an aunt who had all kinds of demands on her kids that she wanted. And then when COVID happened, she said, you know, Patrick, I've relaxed. I have realized that as long as my children are happy and safe, I am happy. So I think we got to realize that, you know, nobody really enjoys resigning. So what's really happening, I believe, is that people are now having the courage to run towards the passion. By the way, that hasn't changed. We've always wanted to work on things with passionate about a COVID gave us the courage to say, you know what? Life is unpredictable.

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"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:10 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"When it comes to business, accelerate your business growth has got to cover. And now on with the show, joining us today is Patrick Tian, Patrick is an international speaker, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, CEO coach and serial entrepreneur. As the cofounder and CEO of the software company, rhythm systems, he helped CEOs and their teams develop strategies and experience breakthroughs to achieve their goals. With his book, rhythm, how to achieve breakthrough execution and accelerate growth, Patrick shares a simple system for encouraging teams to execute better and faster. Thanks so much for joining me today, Patrick. Hey, Diane, thank you very much for having me today. So excited to be here with you. Absolutely. We're going to be talking a lot about what it's like to be a CEO these days. And I'm wondering, I'm curious about what you think are some of the common setbacks that entrepreneurs face early on in their careers. So I think the common setbacks kind of depend on where they came from in entrepreneurs come in all different shapes and colors and different backgrounds. So typically if you have a sales and marketing background, I think that a common setback would be practice appointments because you may or may not know what it takes to actually get something out the door. So you may have promised things ahead of time that you find more difficulty to deliver. And then the flip side is product oriented inventor, CEOs, you may not know how to you may not be used to getting a $100 slammed in your face or kissing a hundred frogs to get a deal. So you have to grow up much thicker skin. And the last one I would say we just comment to almost all of us that I have personally experienced is people leaving us. I think whether you chose to ask someone to leave or someone chooses to leave, that is a very painful experience the first time it happens. Yeah, I can feel all of those, actually. So I like to talk about some of the challenges that COVID-19 has created for CEOs. What are you seeing out there? So we

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"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:10 min | 5 d ago

"ceos" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"When it comes to business, accelerate your business growth has got to cover. And now on with the show, joining us today is Patrick Tian, Patrick is an international speaker, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, CEO coach and serial entrepreneur. As the cofounder and CEO of the software company, rhythm systems, he helped CEOs and their teams develop strategies and experience breakthroughs to achieve their goals. With his book, rhythm, how to achieve breakthrough execution and accelerate growth, Patrick shares a simple system for encouraging teams to execute better and faster. Thanks so much for joining me today, Patrick. Hey, Diane, thank you very much for having me today. So excited to be here with you. Absolutely. We're going to be talking a lot about what it's like to be a CEO these days. And I'm wondering, I'm curious about what you think are some of the common setbacks that entrepreneurs face early on in their careers. So I think the common setbacks kind of depend on where they came from in entrepreneurs come in all different shapes and colors and different backgrounds. So typically if you have a sales and marketing background, I think that a common setback would be practice appointments because you may or may not know what it takes to actually get something out the door. So you may have promised things ahead of time that you find more difficulty to deliver. And then the flip side is product oriented inventor, CEOs, you may not know how to you may not be used to getting a $100 slammed in your face or kissing a hundred frogs to get a deal. So you have to grow up much thicker skin. And the last one I would say we just comment to almost all of us that I have personally experienced is people leaving us. I think whether you chose to ask someone to leave or someone chooses to leave, that is a very painful experience the first time it happens. Yeah, I can feel all of those, actually. So I like to talk about some of the challenges that COVID-19 has created for CEOs. What are you seeing out there? So we

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Sebastian Talks Breaking News With Devin Nunes, CEO of Truth Social

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 6 d ago

Sebastian Talks Breaking News With Devin Nunes, CEO of Truth Social

"Himself in battle against the deep state as chairman of the intelligence committee of the House, and now he runs truth, social congressman, chairman, president, CEO, Devin Nunes, welcome in studio. C that's it is a pleasure, honestly, to be here. You've invited me for so many years and it's great to see your Millennium Falcon, all your Star Wars paraphernalia around here. You got your red phone. I mean, it's great. I think we have a similar vintage, so I think you can appreciate all the stuff that my wife will like me to get out of the house and stuff my studio full of. But my wife would like for me to get all this stuff out of the house. You have to get a show insane and then we have to build your studio and then we can fill it. All right, I'm glad we've got a sense of humor because in Reagan's tradition we have to be happy warriors. I can't butt start with the news to shocking items that we have we have Steve Bannon mentioned this last week after he has to go to New York he was on the show with us after he walked out of that indictment in New York that dozens of people associated with president Trump being ambushed being subpoenaed by the DoJ. We have the confirmation today, 44 zero, including our regular friend here, Boris Epstein, who is a lawyer to president Trump had his phone, his phone taken away from him by the federal authorities. And then as you're walking into the studio with your colleague, we find out that danchenko, the notorious danchenko sauce with the Steele dossier, thanks to Durham filing. We now know he's an FBI informant. Did you know all of this? Did you know the subpoenas were coming danchenko was a plant? I have to have your response. Well, I think that let's take the danchenko stuff first and we can come back to the other subpoenas that Steve Bannon mentioned. But this is really breaking news right now. It's only a few hours old, Durham went to unseal some findings and in that, just to remind the audience, danchenko was the super secret Russian source that when we were investigating this, everybody said, oh, these people are going to die. These are sources that are close to Putin, Putin could off of a minute minute and it ends up sea bass that he was like within a few blocks of here. Yeah, it was a

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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Says FBI Seized His Cell Phone

Mark Levin

01:44 min | Last week

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Says FBI Seized His Cell Phone

"That's either a bad guy or it's FBI I said that straight up I said it's either FBI or it's a bad guy And not to say that some FBI guys can't be bad guys right Luckily it wasn't a bad FBI guy right Then another car at the same time pulls up and pins us in here to our right side No matter I got the wall to the left and I'm just past the order thing where I can only get out about three feet and then another guy comes flying up for his order but he wasn't getting an order Brandon He was pinning in the back of the car right And these aren't what you think of like Secret Service cars or something They were all different models and oh they're all undercover you know anyway so I don't know I opened my door and I say who are you And he says we're FBI said show me your badges So they show one bed I said how about yours And I don't trust anybody If they don't have people well they do that And they said what do you want Since we need to talk to you So I pull over him And pull over and he starts out because I want to see some more ID So they show me some more badges right I'm looking at him How are you going to know a fake badge from a real one you know But anyway I said I said are you going to we start talking and they're asking me questions about Colorado And I said you know you guys I said are you going to arrest me I said I've been asking for you guys Let's make international this will make national news And they go no no we're not going to arrest you I'm going well then what do you want And they go we got to ask you some questions

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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Says FBI Seized His Cell Phone

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | Last week

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Says FBI Seized His Cell Phone

"The story about Mike lindell, the founder, the CEO of my pillow. He went on a hunting trip with a buddy. They got hungry on the drive home. They went to a hardee's in Mankato Minnesota. And the FBI apparently pinned in his car and confiscated his cell phone under orders from the Justice Department using a subpoena signed by a federal judge. Don't take my word for it. Let's let Mike lindell himself. Explain what happened. Here he was last night on his platform, Frank speech. I opened my door and I say, who are you? And he says, we're FBI, said show me your badges. So they show one band. I said, how about yours? And I can not trust anybody. If they don't, they're bad people. Well, they do that. And they said, what do you want? We need to talk to you. So I pull over him. And pull over and he starts to ask, of course, I said, I want to see some more ID. So they showed me some more badges, right? I'm looking at how you gonna know a fake badge from a real one, you know, but anyway, I said, I said, are you going to start talking to their asking me questions about Colorado? And I said, you know, you guys, I said, are you going to rest me? I said, I've been asking for you guys. Let's make international this will make national news. And they go, no, no, we're not going to rest ya. I'm going, well then what do you want? They go, we got to ask you some questions. Ask you some questions.

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MyPillow exec Lindell says FBI agents seized his cellphone

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

MyPillow exec Lindell says FBI agents seized his cellphone

"My pillow CEO Mike lindell says FBI agents have seized his cell phone though the circumstances are unclear Lindell says several agents approached him at a hardee's drive-through in Minnesota with a warrant to take the phone on a video version of his podcast lindell showed a letter signed by a federal prosecutor in Colorado about an official criminal probe of a suspected felony The Justice Department has not commented on either the seizure or the investigation Lindell says the agents questioned him about Tina Peters a Colorado county clerk who's been charged in what prosecutors say was a deceptive scheme to breach voting system technology Peter's appeared at an event hosted last year by lindell who's been trying to prove voting machines have been manipulated Sagar Meghani Washington

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Saftely Protocol Was Skipped for the Questionable Covid Vaccines

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Saftely Protocol Was Skipped for the Questionable Covid Vaccines

"Idea that you mentioned 6 month olds, you mentioned toddlers being vaccinated. Before a foreign substance that is a pharmaceutical is permitted to be sold and used in this fashion, what is the standard for testing if it is safe? What is the protocol? How long does it usually take to make sure that a new medicine is safe to inject into adults, let alone children? The regulatory guidance for a vaccine is two years of observation on safety data. And then if it's a genetic product, it's 5 years on cardiology I can use some genetic products once called mersen. We use that for a while. Now Peter is in. These are small interfering RNA, a product. So we can use them, but they have many years of safety data to make sure they don't integrate with the human genome or reverse transcribe. Make sure they don't cause cancer or birth defects. All of that was skipped with the COVID-19 vaccines, even though they were developed long before COVID-19, the crisis emerged. We know that the Moderna CEO Stefan paints out, he was the billionaire CEO of biomarker you. They built the biosecurity nx lab for the Wuhan Chinese lab by the CCP. So Stefan baines was working with the Chinese back before 2015 and then he changed to Moderna and then Moderna started working with the Chinese and the U.S. government on the Moderna vaccine. So this was years in advance of

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The Government Controls What We Can & Cannot Publish

The Trish Regan Show

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

The Government Controls What We Can & Cannot Publish

"Really pretty disturbing in that we as a society have prided ourselves on our First Amendment, which would prevent, of course, our government from interfering with our freedom of speech. This is all coming to light because of an interview on Joe Rogan's podcast in which Mark Zuckerberg the CEO of Facebook said in I actually can't believe he said this. He was very, very forthcoming. I'm not entirely sure why, because I think this actually lands him in a whole bunch more trouble. Our protocol is different from Twitter, with Twitter did, is they said you can't share this at all. We didn't do that. We do is we have if something is reported to us as potentially misinformation, important misinformation, we also third party fact checking program because we don't want to be deciding what's true and false. And for the, I think it was 5 or 7 days when it was basically being determined whether it was false, the distribution on Facebook was decreased, but people were still allowed to share it. So you could still share it, you could still consume it. We say the distribution is decreased. It got shared. How does that work? It basically the ranking in news feed was a little bit less. So fewer people saw it than would have otherwise. So it definitely, by what percentage. I don't know if the top of my head. But it's meaningful. I mean, this is bonkers because what it tells me is somehow there, there was some effort by our government to tell a company what they should be publishing and not publishing. Now, again, you may say, oh, you know, private company, if they want to listen to people in the government, they want to make those decisions. That's up to them. Well, one, the government can't be telling them what we as individuals, right? Can publish or not publish. So

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Dinesh Explores Bogus Reports Predicting the Collapse of Truth Social

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh Explores Bogus Reports Predicting the Collapse of Truth Social

"I have been very happy with the growth I've been seeing on truth social. I started out on that platform with, well, I started out with very few followers at all. And my following has grown not only steadily, but rapidly. I'm now at something like 1.4 million followers, now I'm not close to Trump, who's at 4 million followers, but this platform, although it has been rolled out cautiously step by step. I think Devin Nunes, the CEO of true social new that he doesn't want this platform to be hacked. He doesn't want it to be pulled down, and so he's been moving it forward in a measured way, but nevertheless has been steady growth. And so I was sort of, I see this article in salon, which is basically talking about the bankruptcy of truth social truth, social is headed for bankruptcy. Now this is salon and salon is about the same credibility well when I think of the word salon as my barber. So I take this with a very large many grains of salt. You could call it, but then I read the article that I see there's nothing in the article that is not only supports the headline, but even gives you cause for serious concern. First of all, they point out that there is a dispute over billing between true social and one of its vendors or group called right forge. And there have been a couple of other news reports about this basically right for just been providing some web services, some web hosting for true social and right forge claims it is about a $1 million of invoices that are still due. By the way, when you're dealing with $1 billion enterprises, this kind of thing is not abnormal. There could be a dispute over whether some of these services were provided as an ongoing discussion about this, this is not even something in litigation. It's just an outstanding invoice, but I mean, such as the determination of the left, they go, there's a $1 million of outstanding invoices. Big deal.

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Glenn and Leigh of Patriot Mobile Tell Their Side of the Story

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | Last month

Glenn and Leigh of Patriot Mobile Tell Their Side of the Story

"Another group that's coming in hot because they've been in hot water a little bit this year and this week. Is Glenn's story and Leigh Wong guests from patriot mobile with the CEO and the VP of government affairs because NBC, we talked about this yesterday, they are going hard against patriot mobile and what was the headline, right? It was the far right Christian cell phone provider that is taking over Texas school boards. I want to get them on to get their side of the story because boy, they are really mad that the rights and really just common sense regular Christian folks because this is the fight of our country and here patriot mobile is one company that is willing to stand up. Glenn Lee, welcome to the program. Thank you for having us. Jack, thank you for having us. It's always great to see you. Oh, it's great. We were just down at cpac together. We did an incredible event. We did the book signing. We had my antifa book. We just did a segment talking about some of the stuff that was in the NT support, by the way. Kenosha, but first, tell us what was it that you all were up to with the Texas school boards, and then explain why at NBC is so mad at you guys. Well, NBC being mad at us is not a new thing. And this particular reporter has a history of being very interesting with facts, but the bottom line is what happened Monday night in Texas. Is elected officials did in an elected position. What they said, they were going to do when they ran for office. And neither the left nor the right is used to that.

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JJ & JP Talk Best Golf Investments With David Toms

Fore The People

01:54 min | Last month

JJ & JP Talk Best Golf Investments With David Toms

"We've talked about investments like golf investments and we've talked about some business side of golf and all that on the FTP here. And I've brought up a couple of investments that I got in because of the guys I was playing in pro ams with. And I think I really do think the PGA Tour makes you a better businessman because you get to meet all these high powered CEOs and you have their phone numbers and email addresses you can call them and no one else can, they love golf, all of them love golf. So but one of the deals I got in was just a private equity deal and I was like, hey, you know, would you want to get into this deal? And I didn't do nothing about deals, just like 24 years old. This was ten year ten years. And so I threw a little money at it, and then they exited the deal. Last year, on a four X multiple. You know, and do you have any do you have anything like that? I'm sure you have a bunch of stuff like that that you could recall on over the last 30 years. But is there one that stands out where you had a relationship that you made at a pro am and it turned into something pretty lucrative for you? Well, yeah, I mean, a lot of the I can show you all the logos and my shirts and hats and everything else, but a lot of that comes from relationships of people that you meet along the way. And certainly, you know, I've always looked at it, hey, you know, they love God. But if you ask them about themselves and let them start talking about what they do, to me, that's a lot more interesting. Some of the people that we meet a lot of what they do and you're talking about, as far as investment stuff, I mean, I'm in one right now that I've met through a guy three or four years ago that just sent on outing in Mississippi and I started taking a look at what he did and started reading about it and, you know, I mean, I think I bought it at about 56. It's up at 86 right now and doing well.

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Fresh Off a Primary Victory, Congressman Matt Gaetz Calls In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | Last month

Fresh Off a Primary Victory, Congressman Matt Gaetz Calls In

"We have congressman Matt Gaetz on the line who just achieved an incredible victory a massive stunning victory on air when they threw everything at him. He was able to come in on top of Congress engaged, welcome to the program. Thanks so much for having me, Jack. And you're the, you're the favorite guest host of all my favorite podcasts, whether it's the Charlie Kirk show, whether it's the war room. I love hearing the other human events daily, but you know I open the podcast app and it's just which program that Jack was so because hosting am I going to listen to you on any given day? Maybe fired up guess who is firebrand one of these days? We love that really take you out. We love that. We love that. But yeah, it's all smiles here in Florida. You know, it says something about the direction of the Republican Party that Liz Cheney can lose by more than 40 points and that I can win by more than 40 points. And I think our voters expect us to have a fighting spirit. If we win this majority back in the house and we don't do what senator Kennedy demanded and that is to get to the bottom of these investigations and deliver wins for our people, then shame on us. And I have a message for anybody that's looking to hire Tony Fauci to be the CEO of their pharmaceutical company or their university president. Don't plan on him being available for work too often because Jim Jordan and I are going to have him before the House of Representatives answering questions. And I sure hope he doesn't plan to retire in my beautiful Florida like so many people do. I think he ought to retire where he can be closer to his work in Wuhan, China.

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O.S. Hawkins on the Astonishing Innovations Coming Out of Israel

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:22 min | Last month

O.S. Hawkins on the Astonishing Innovations Coming Out of Israel

"Were a preacher at first baptist in Dallas, for how many years? I was there four or 5 years, and I was at first Babbage Fort Lauderdale, 15 years before that. Well, you've preached a little bit in your lifetime. And you still do a lot of preaching. Because, I mean, I would say anybody who is very serious about their faith is not surprised. I mean, I'm speaking as Christian that crazy technologies are coming out of Israel. In other words, we kind of see it as a prophetic fulfillment. Absolutely. That, because right now, we're talking about one product. But every time I turn around, I'm hearing about crazy innovation, things that are, you know, they feel like I don't want to say miraculous, but I'm saying they definitely feel like astonishing. You say this is not just an incremental. This is a big deal thing. And so that's why, in a way, when I hear this, I'm sort of not surprised. I kind of feel like it's a fulfillment of biblical prophecy. There's a man sitting to your left, right, named Elon sobel, right? And he's involved in this, is he not? He's become a dear friend of mine. Elon is the CEO of vinia. He's used to had a great career with Coca-Cola all over the world. And I've gotten to know and grow to know and to love him. Do you think you think we could possibly lure him into the conversation? I think he knows a lot more about it. I'm listening to you. I'm serious when I say that people are always looking for solutions to any kind of a problem. But I'm always curious, how did it happen in your life? Who were you that brought you to this discovery to do the, you know, because not all patents are equal. This is kind of a big deal. So how did it how was your life structured that you found this answer? That's a great question, Eric. And in Hebrew, we say that when things are meant to be, we say it's min Hashemi. This means mean from the sky from God. And I really feel that the privilege that I have to be the CEO of Baja sciences, who are the makers and hold all the technology for this veneer product. This really was from the skies,

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Disney Is Back in the Hot Seat

The Trish Regan Show

01:56 min | Last month

Disney Is Back in the Hot Seat

"Disney here for a minute. Third point capital is the activist investor involved, gentlemen, by the name of Dan Loeb, then he's basically come out swinging and said, look, you know, Disney got to get it together and the way you can get it together. He's actually given them a bit of a road map is by spinning off ESPN because, well, ESPN is just sort of a different business, right? And by actually having a full purchase of Hulu. So he'd like them to do a little bit more. I'll quote from the letter that he recently sent bob chapek as the CEO of the company, took over for bob Iger. Saying that, quote, ESPN would have greater flexibility to pursue business initiatives that may be more difficult as part of Disney such as sports betting. Good point. He also urged that the company, as I said, integrate streamer Hulu directly into Disney+ and direct to consumer platforms. None of this is targeting woke ism per se, but the fact that Disney is now ripe for an activist investor to come in like this, I think speaks to the point that Disney has gotten off track, right? There's been something called ESG investing out there in the background for the last few years and it's become increasingly relevant increasingly important where Wall Street investors feel like, okay, well we can't invest in this particular company if it's not. Environmentally, socially, properly governed, right? ESG, meaning environmental social governance. And so that's code word for woke. And so if you're not woke enough, well, you're not going to get the big money investing in you, right? That's the thinking, and that's the theory. And so consequently, you've got CEOs saying, okay, we got to show the world how diverse we are. We got to show the world how much we care, and yet when it really comes down to it, I would just argue that what investors should really care about is how much money you're making. I

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 Buttigieg warns airlines to help travelers or face new rules

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Buttigieg warns airlines to help travelers or face new rules

"Transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg is warning airlines to help travelers or face new rules The department says a letter was sent to the CEOs of ten U.S. airlines Buttigieg is not happy about flight cancellations and delays because of something that is in the airlines control He's asking them to at minimum provide lodging for passengers stranded overnight at an airport and give out meal vouchers for delays of three hours or longer A spokeswoman for trade group airlines for America says the goal is to provide the highest level of customer service and the airlines are committed to overcoming challenges including a tight labor market Buttigieg says airlines are doing better but the level of disruption for passengers this summer is

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Activist Felicia Killings Joins Dinesh to Talk About Black History

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | Last month

Activist Felicia Killings Joins Dinesh to Talk About Black History

"Guys, I'm really thrilled to welcome to the podcast. Well, a new face, Felicia killings. She's an award winning coach, bestselling author, CEO of the Felicia killings foundation. She's also the CEO of something called the conscious conservative movement, a kind of national outreach group that bridges the gap between black voters and conservative politics. I've been following Felicia on social media and I think that behind what she's saying is a very interesting and important philosophy. And I wanted to bring her on the podcast to talk a little bit about it. Felicia, it's great to meet you virtually through the studio. Tell people a little bit about who you are and talk a little bit about how you developed the philosophy that you're putting forward in your motivational speaking, your writing and your coaching. Well, first, thank you so much for having me on your show. It's such an honor to be here. Blessings to you and your following. I am coach Felicia killings, like you said the founder of the foundation as well as the conscious conservative movement. And to answer your question, my philosophy was developed really from my father's upbringing. All we know is black conservatism. I've only done my father to vote Republican. And back home, this was kind of an anomaly, which is pretty much typical of today's black Republicans, but he was very much so adamant about conservatism using conservative politics as the best solution for solving our problems, but he never taught me to disassociate from being black. We love and appreciate the culture, the history. We can see conservatism fully represented in all the things that we do. And so for that reason we can continue to bring that same message to my platform, the conservative bank.

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Mark Walters: Smith & Wesson CEO's Provided a Strong Defense Statement

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

Mark Walters: Smith & Wesson CEO's Provided a Strong Defense Statement

"The CEO, correct me if I'm wrong, Mark, I know you'll know about this. The CEO of Smith and Wesson has stepped up and basically through some shade, thank God, and some of his critics that are trying to blame guns for the violence that's occurring in America. And he let them know that wait a minute. It's not the guns. It's not the pieces of metal. And plastic that's creating this crime. It's Democrat policies. How important is this to have pushback? We have to start pushing back against these lefties. This was a good move, no? Yes. And thank you for bringing this up. Because Carl, Mark smith's statement, the CEO of Smith and Wesson. Was the strongest statement I've seen in defense of the firearms industry as a member of this industry and a broadcaster on this topic for 14 years now. The strongest statement I've seen ever. And Mark smith's statement came at the perfect time. Now, honestly, I would have loved to have seen him deliver that statement personally and directly to the bozos on that committee hearing, including maloney and the rest of the Democrats who were trying to attack the CEOs, of course, at that time it was Marty Daniel, CEO of Daniel defense and Chris Cole of Ruger, who showed up at the hearing, Smith and Wesson did not show up. It was voluntary. They chose not to go and then Mark came out with this statement that basically put them in their place and put a stock in them and he did it. He did it with gallantry. He did it with fervor and he did it with the facts and the truth behind him and noticed that the left has been dead silent after that statement says it all, doesn't it?

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Combating 'Wokeness' in the Companies We Support With Matt Peterson

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last month

Combating 'Wokeness' in the Companies We Support With Matt Peterson

"Matt, are you starting to see more entrepreneurs start to lean in on this to go away from the woke direction? I mean, day doesn't go by freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com where we get one of our wonderful listeners that send us something. And it's another one of these nauseating companies. I mean, for example, one of the applications that I use when I work out is called train heroic. And again, it literally is to just log how much weight you're doing and just to keep you on. I get this email all about we at train heroic stand with the trans community. Like, I'll just shut up. Like, can you just you're a fitness app? Okay? I don't need to hear about this. Is there a change happening here, Matt? Yeah, there is a change. The problem is that no one is as highlighting it as a movement, right? Because mainstream media does not want you to see that there are a number of younger founders and CEOs who want to avoid this stuff. And so in a way, we need our own ESG or our own version of social justice as a movement where you know these are radically pro family pro American businesses. And that's why, you know, that's why new founding. That's why we need to create a commercial and cultural union for the American people where we go out and find these people and present them to you and present you with deals and everything else and start to foster this movement that will evolve lots of people. I will tell you the silver lining is I do talk to people every day who are either trying to get out of these big companies and start something new or who already have started something new. And what we want to do is highlight that for regular people in a way that's active, that you can actually go out and support or just look around and see in one place, you know, all these people who are trying to move in a different direction. It's also

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Brandon Tatum Discusses Larry Elder's New Film 'Uncle Tom 2'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | Last month

Brandon Tatum Discusses Larry Elder's New Film 'Uncle Tom 2'

"As promised, the officer Tatum Brandon Tatum is my guest. He's a former Tucson police officer. He's the founder of the Tatum report dot com, CEO of three companies, cofounder of blexit. What? Brandon Tatum, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. It's always a joy to talk to you. I saw you on the plane with your family when we were all headed down to Mar-a-Lago for the premiere of 2000 mules, so you and I are crazy enough to actually care about elections. It's good to know that I'm not the only one. Great to see you. And I want to talk to you about the film that our friend Larry elder has made, what can you tell us about the film? I mean, I told my audience a little bit about it, but how did you get to be involved in it? Well, Justin Malone, before, I guess I could say he's the genesis of this idea of exposing what really happened in the black community, the history of black people in America, the untold history. And I would argue that it's the true history, because we've been told for way too long, way too often, that black people have been just set in a plight ever since the day that we landed here in America and that we have been hated and we don't belong in this country all the way up until now. And that's not true whatsoever. And so Justin Malone had this idea he partnered with Larry elder and they created one of the most incredible films that I've ever seen and I was blessed enough to be in it. And that was the first version of Uncle Tom. And then there was a lot more to unpack in more details. I think that was, you know, to put all that in the first movie would be too much for people to stomach because it is a lot of information and a lot of shocking information. And so they came up with Uncle Tom two to expand on the ideas and show how Marxism has infiltrated the black community and we went from prospering and having hope and loving God to hating this country and to putting the government over God,

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"ceos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"ceos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"CEOs now loving that straight ahead on Bloomberg business or sports on Michael Barr follow me on Twitter and dick bar sports You can find me on Twitter at scarlet film And I'm Mike Glen Twitter and lynch EW CDB And don't forget to catch our podcast Mondays Wednesdays and Thursdays and all your podcasts platforms and right here On Bloomberg business of sports already The only thing better than grind in all night for your side hustle is your roommate picking you up with Mickey D's breakfast The perfect pickup deal bear the deal for every morning at McDonald's Right now tastes breakfast perfection when you get a warm and savory sausage mcmuffin with egg for just two 50 Price and participation may vary can not be combined with combo meal He was the heart of your family and he taught you our history He helped you fix your first flat He was the best backyard DJ around and every time he tell a story he'd owned the room but now more than ever he may feel alone Today older adults in their loved ones are struggling to connect in a time when connection has never been more important But there is something we can do embrace our older loved ones through StoryCorps connect with story four connect you can honor seeing as remotely with an interview about their life Every interview will be archived at a Library of Congress becoming part of American history so that years from now future generations can listen in All right grandpa What's one piece of advice you have for me Just three words sweetheart live with courage The man that had the best stories still has plenty of stories to tell So connect virtually and share the conversation of a lifetime at StoryCorps connect dot org slash AARP Connect honor share StoryCorps connect a message from AARP story court and the ad council This.

"ceos" Discussed on Business School

Business School

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"ceos" Discussed on Business School

"At that time i i love peyton i think regardless of what he did off the field or whatever he actually owns is an amazing entrepreneur by the way on the field. I believe that he was an awesome leader. Use an awesome quarterback. And i got a chance to actually have dinner with peyton. It was me not just me one on one. It was me and six other entrepreneurs. We had dinner with peyton manning and it was super cool. He remembered all our names he was able to connect wonderfully and During dinner i will never forget this during dinner. I remember asking him some roundabout question about how quarterbacks win and lose what is like what holds a team together. Where is the weakest link. And he said sean. I don't know about the weakest link in defense but let me tell you about the weakest link when it comes to a team mainly offense scoring points and he said he just said towards sloppy passes like every time i say those two words. I get goosebumps because i remember the exact moment of where i was sitting and what. I was eating sauteed mushrooms. By the way where where i was sitting in what i was eating when he told me that i put my down and everything made sense to me. He said sloppy passes and he kept going because he says hey. Many people know that. I don't throw the perfect spiral. It was amazing to hear him say that. So many people that know that. Don't throw the perfect spiral and was why many of our teams many of the games that we lost all based on me. He said i as a quarterback a lot of times through a good pass by it was sloppy. Yes it was in the right direction. Yes it was meant. Well yes it went to the right good receiver but the pass will sloppy the ball. The spiral wobbled or it was off. Beast off base off time. Whatever and he says he's trying. I had so many people be great running backs. Grateful backs great wide receivers. Great tight ends on my team. But i threw a lot of sloppy passes. Listen to the responsibility. That i threw a lot of slavi passes. I threw a lot of sloppy passes. And he says. I had great wide receivers. I had great tight ends. I had great running backs. I had grateful box. But i still through sloppy passes and he thought that that was the number one issue with everything..

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"ceos" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"ceos" Discussed on The Journal.

"I know that the banks spent a lot of time tracking their people and we would hear anecdotally. Productivity was down especially on fridays and especially friday afternoons so goldman sachs brought all its employees. Back in june jp. Morgan did it in early. July and morgan stanley once everyone back in september the banks say they're taking steps to ensure the return is done safely that they're keeping an eye on the delta variant which has caused other companies to delay reopening. But you can go to a restaurant in new york city in. Come into the office and we want you in the office. Gorman morgan stanley ceo said the company would give employees some flexibility. But not too much. So they'll be more flexibility because we blanche that we can function with a little more flexibility. But that doesn't mean aides. Monday wednesday friday you know. Yeah i mean florida if you only get paid your crates you work in new york. You know none of this. I mean colorado when working your getting paid like. I'm sitting in new york city. Sorry that doesn't work but being in the office is only half the battle. Many ceos are also pushing their bankers to travel more the way to win a client or to win a big deal which comes with several million dollars in fees is to show up in person so david solomon goldman is the one who sort of kicked off. Shortly after april we understand started telling us bankers. Like look you're vaccinated. Get on a plane. And go see people and i want you to be i. I want you to be the first person first banker they are. Ceo clients and then jamie diamond realized that goldman's bankers were out there. It seems like he heard that his team..

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"ceos" Discussed on The No B******t Marketing Podcast

The No B******t Marketing Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"ceos" Discussed on The No B******t Marketing Podcast

"Ceos number one is focusing on beating the odds. They had a mindset of focusing on beating the odds. They didn't expect the odds to be in their favor. A second one is. They managed performance in health of the company and themselves. Another one is. They put dynamics ahead of mechanics dynamics culture leadership relationships ahead of mechanics process management fourth one is they helped their directors helped the business they help their leadership teams lead and get done what needed to be done. They help them with resources. They provided them support another one. Is they center on the long-term y and the sixth one is. They only do only they can do only do what only you can do. So you're focused on your unique ability and the thing that you bring to the table that brings the most value. You're not doing things that you're able to do and you're competent at someone else's probably better at someone else's more energized by and someone who cost less can do so only do what only you can do. Those are the six mindsets of the best. Ceo's based on the mckinsey global institute study of twenty five years worth of data on thirty five hundred public companies. We can all take all six of these and apply them regardless of what our position is sure. This is about the top ceos but we can all apply these particular for leading a team and particularly if we're leading accompany..

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"ceos" Discussed on The No B******t Marketing Podcast

The No B******t Marketing Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"ceos" Discussed on The No B******t Marketing Podcast

"Ceos to show which styles attitudes beliefs and approaches make. Ceo succeed the most the institute research twenty five years worth of data from thirty five hundred public companies twenty five years worth of data thirty five hundred public companies around the world. The results showed that excellent. Ceo's had these six mindsets. Are you ready. You ready to hear the six mindsets of the best. Ceos of the last twenty five years. They're not ranked. But i'm gonna use numbers because you to hi m. I end up getting passionate and exciting and might mess things up and not make it as simple and clear for you as possible so the first one is they focus on beating the odds they have a mindset. That's focused on beating the odds when you look at that from an approach saying that. They know that what they're doing isn't necessarily the easiest path. It's probably not the most commonly done path. They know that their odds may be aren't really that good. Think of elon. Musk who's probably one of those best ceo's and if you've think about what he's done a test or if you happen to buy some tesla's stock in the past year or two your you're feeling pretty good about elon. Musk you talk about. Focusing on beating the odds that's gotta be his mindset and there are so many other. Ceo's as i've said before when we turn before we turn this mic on. I was talking to. And i said i have to watch. I don't wanna just start. Blurting out all kinds of names of different people leaders that i've worked with or seen or that i admire because owned up missing someone or put someone on their. It's controversial but that one just popped in my head elon. Musk and so already. Went against what i had planned to do. But the first mindset is focusing on beating the odds. The second trait that i'll mention. Is they manage performance and health. They manage performance and health. There's all kinds of meanings here. They performance of the company. They're held accountable for that. From a financial standpoint an operational standpoint. They manage the performance of their team. So they're managing to help the financial health of their team the financial health of the organization but they manage their own health. They manage their own performance and their own health which is significant. Because the work hollick syndrome of the seventies eighties into the nineties is still somewhat pervasive. But i think now and in the last twenty years we've seen more and more leaders realized that while we won't get the type of balance we want. We need to focus on balance when you to focus on financial health but we also need to focus on our personal health fitness. How we eat how we spend our time there. Some young people out there that maybe aspirations to be. Ceo maybe there are some new ceos out there or even the cagey veteran. Ceo's.

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