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"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So, Chris, we have a couple more minutes. Just what is some of your best advice. When it comes to you talk about CEOs They might be. They've been still themselves in just a specific direction, and they're experts in some capacity, but social media. Sort of new to everybody. We're getting used to it. But what if some of your best like social media 101 advice for all of us? Sure. So I think my first tip is that if you are CEO, and you've decided that you do really want to put your opinions out there, you may want to sort of create targeted audiences were not everyone can see what it is that you want to stay so that you're limiting that risk and liability every time you're putting that opinion out there, so that would definitely be a first step. And I think you probably also really want to think about you know what are the ramifications of this semi? Okay with this tweet or this post being used on the cover of The New York Times? One thing that I have noticed that I think most executives don't realise is many reporters now are pulling tweets into their store Grace, and so they don't necessarily need to get approval for those because when you're tweeting it, it is public, so they're just pulling that directly into their reporting. And so I don't think most CEOs really aware that that is even happening. I can't tell you how many times personally, you know my tweets have ended up in stories, and I think that's interesting. No one ever reached out to me about that. And you know they're just embedding this tweet in there. And so I think you should know that that is a risk. Every time you put something on Twitter. That's such a great point of Chris Ruby because Things move so fast journalists trying to reproduce story so fast and cover them that when you put out a tweet, it's basically you are speaking of putting out a statement. Okay, Ruby Media group dot com is where you can find more from Chris. Hey, Chris. We so appreciate your insight. And I notably helpful for so many. Thank you for being on America trends. Thank you for having me..

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"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So, Chris, we have a couple more minutes. Just what is some of your best advice. When it comes to you talk about CEOs, they might be. They've been still themselves in just a specific direction, and they're experts in some capacity, but social media sort of new to everybody. We're getting used to it. But what if some of your best like social media 101 advice for all of us? Sure. So I think my first tip is that if you are CEO, and you've decided that you do really want to put your opinions out there? You may want to sort of create targeted audiences were not everyone can see what it is that you want to stay so that you're limiting that risk and liability every time you're putting that opinion out there, so that would definitely be a first step. And I think you probably also really want to think about you know, what are the ramifications of this? My okay with this tweet or this post being used on the cover of The New York Times, one thing that I have known Just that I think most executives don't realise, is many reporters now our polling tweets into their store race, and so they don't necessarily need to get approval for those because when you're tweeting it, it is public, So they're just pulling that directly into their reporting. And so I don't think most CEOs really aware that that is even happening. I can't tell you how many times personally, you know, my my tweets have ended up in stories, and I think that's interesting. No one ever reached out to me about that. And you know they're just embedding this tweet in there. And so I think you should know that that is a risk. Every time you put something on Twitter that such a great point, Chris Ruby because things new so fast journalists trying to.

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"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Your favorite memories. That's a tough question. Well, there was this one time I went camping with my parents in a forest back when I was maybe, like eight or nine. And I can remember one night we were laying out in our hammocks and we were just, you know, watching the trees rustling in the wind above us, and we could hear the sounds of the forest all around us. Frog singing and owls, calling the creeps running nearby. It was amazing. It felt like we were a part of it all. I don't know if I do it justice trying to describe it, but I'll definitely never forget it. Most of us have a memory of being in nature will never forget. Let's protect the world's natural places so more memories can be made for generations to come. Visit World wildlife don't work. I don't even recognize myself anymore. I'm really worried about him this addiction. I haven't seen him like this. Never I never want to start easing. I knew the drill, but I was out of options. I just want to tell him it's not in fault. There are people out there who can help. People have felt your pain. They know what you're going through. This has to stop. I'm losing everything. Everyone. You've been strong your whole life. You could do this, but you have to reach out for help. It's time. I could do this addiction is a disease and diseases need treatment. Call Quit drugs. 321 now at 803 48933 803 480933 803 4809 33 paid for by the detox and free but help line Welcome back to America's trends. I'm Amy Poehler. We're talking a little bit more about social media and just what we share and how much we should share. We have an expert on now with us to talk about specifically. Should CEO shared their personal beliefs and political perspectives on social media were chatting with Chris Ruby, the CEO of Ruby Media Group. Public relations and social Media Agency and Chris Welcome. You frequently speak to associations and work with people and CEOs and do workshops and people can contact you on your website to get personal help with that. We thank you for being with us. Thank you so much for having me. I'm excited to be here and we're happy to have you so let's just get right to it. Should CEO share their personal belief. Is there any good that could come out of something that could be controversial in this day and age when we're so divided over our political stances? You know, it's a really interesting question. And unfortunately right now, I would say that times are only getting more challenging as this upcoming election years, And you know, I've seen more relationship sort of shattered over political divides and CEO sharing their political opinion on social media sites, whether it's family members or even colleagues or professional contacts, the sort of traditional hierarchy that existed within the corporate world, you know of employees to boss or anything else like that. It's just Those rules are right out the window right now, when it comes to politics, and it seems that every day there is something new, and ah, NIU, you know, explosion on social media perfect example of that. Actually, you know me personally as a C. I put out a tweet the other day about the Super Bowl and my own thoughts on that now, I never thought that something that I could say would have such extreme political ramifications. And I, you know, I think it was retweeted or something over. 5000 times and I just had a mop Come after me online and basically attacked me for it. And so the question as a CEO is really what is your time worth? And do you want to spend the time to engage in the backlash that your will suffer as a result of putting your opinion online? Those air such good points, Chris because I mean, I think of Colin Kaepernick and people protesting the NFL altogether. As you say, so it's like you tweet one thing about something that's that's an American tradition. It's basically a holiday, almost the Super Bowl and there's backlash. And I know there have been Super Bowl performers who have been criticized because they agreed to perform. But when it comes to people like that, and CEOs, you've worked your way to the top of something, and they might just think you know what this is What I feel. I'm going to say what I want to say. So is there a way Is there a place for that? Because if you try to please everybody, you're going, please. Nobody. But you might just have a cache of people who agree with you. And you get new followers and new respect or something. What have you found? What I found theater. Fortunate reality here is that I do think there is a place for some CEOs to share their opinions and political point of views in this country, and unfortunately that is only people who align or are on the left. I think that if CEOs put out their opinions from the left, and those air often applauded and agreed with, right, but if you see that there is a CEO that is going to say something that is more right, leaning that CEOs 100% going to get attacked. So what I have found from working with CEOs of both sides of the aisle here is that there is really room for one opinion, one common vernacular in this country right now, And if you try at all, to veer away from that sort of set narrative, you will be attacked, And unfortunately, that also means that your business is going to be attacked. And CEOs have to really think about. You know what prices is worth to me? And also for my own mental sanity. How much can I take this? Because see, I was thinking about running a business in addition to this firestorm, just for putting out an opinion online. Sure you know it does the dynamic right now, Politically, as you say, the left. People will be applauded. But there's a silent right that people are scared to come out there. Hollywood actors it will whisper and they're afraid, Teo say what they really think that they approve of President Trump or what the right is doing on this and that Because they're afraid that just won't get work. So it is such an interesting time to be looking at this Have you seen? Have you seen some worst case scenarios where CEOs have shared something, and it's done a backlash. And Chris, if there is a backlash should people apologize? Sometimes it looks so weak. Other times they say, No, we're saying this and we mean it. That could get even more. Plus, I don't know. What have you found being the expert? So unfortunately, we have all of these CEOs who are not, you know, have never really experienced a Twitter mob before, so they're in this year's position. We're unless you've experienced it. You have no idea what that's going to be like with their phone going up for, you know, 24 to 48 hours, So I tend to agree with you that you end up apologizing for this crazy narrative. That is so far off course, from what you ever even meant. Sure. I don't think that's strong brand positioning or brand messaging when we're you know, forced to make these apologies for messages that we were never even really putting out to begin with. And so I think that's really the challenge When you start apologizing for everything, which is what you know, we see these forced celebrity apologies all the time or force corporate apologies again. I think a lot of those are really written by PR professionals because they're sort of being told by, you know their handler that they have to do this. I'm not sure that in the first place, sometimes those people said anything that was so wrong to be In with right, But I do see you know what's interesting is people direct message me a lot with their opinions around this, And one thing that I will talk about is that in terms of the question, you asked about CEOs where they get this wrong Sometimes you have CEOs that air publicly making statements on behalf of their company and all of their employees. You know, we saw this with all of these tech leaders, something with the gun reform right? And and these people are saying Wait a second. They're speaking for me, but I don't agree with them, right? And so these employees don't know what did Yu because Yu know they signed up for a job. They didn't think that this you know politics is ever going to be part of that equation. And now the CEO sort of thing. We all collectively feel this way. Well, no, they don't all collectively feel that way. That's impossible to collectively feel that way. If you have more than one employee So maybe they can get away with it. They say this is my belief. This is my opinion. I don't speak to my employees. Something simple like that which they're never going to say right? Because if they're good leader, they should, of course, be speaking to their employees and understood not for their employees. I meant to say, Yeah, exactly. Chris Ruby is the CEO of Ruby Media Group. You can find her at her beautiful website, Ruby media group dot com. She is a columnist and cover social media, public relations and tech trends..

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"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So, Chris, we have a couple more minutes. Just what is some of your best advice. When it comes to you talk about CEOs They might be. They've been still themselves in just a specific direction, and they're experts in some capacity, but social media sort of new to everybody. We're getting used to it. But what if some of your best like social media 101 advice for all of us? Sure. So I think my first tip is that if you are ceo, and you've decided that you do really want to put your opinions out there? You may want to sort of create targeted audiences were not everyone can see what it is that you want to stay so that you're limiting that risked and liability every time you're putting that opinion out there, So that was definitely the first step. And I think you probably also really want to think about you know, what are the ramifications of this? My okay with this tweet or this post being used on the cover of The New York Times, one thing that I have known Just that I think most executives don't realise, is many reporters now our polling tweets into their store race, and so they don't necessarily need to get approval for those because when you're tweeting it, it is public, So they're just pulling that directly into their reporting. And so I don't think most CEOs really aware that that is even happening. I can't tell you how many times personally, you know, my my tweets have ended up in stories, and I think that's interesting that you never reached out to me about that. And you know they're just embedding this tweet in there. And so I think you should know that that is a risk. Every time you put something on Twitter. That's such a great point, Chris Ruby because things.

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"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:36 min | 2 months ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Seven forty three welcome back to American trends I mean people are we're talking a little bit more about social media and just what we share and how much we should share we have an expert on this to talk about specifically should C. E. O.'s shared their personal beliefs and political perspectives on social media we are chatting with Chris ruby the CEO of ruby media group a public relations and social media agency and out Chris welcome you frequently speak to associations and and work with people and CEOs and do workshops and people can contact you on your website to get personal help with that we thank you for being with us thank you so much for having me I'm excited to be here and we're happy to have you so let's just get right to it should zero share their personal belief is there any good that could come out of something that could be controversial in this day and age when we're so divided over our political stances you know it's a really interesting question and unfortunately right now I would say that times are only getting more challenging as this upcoming election nears and you know I've seen more relationship sort of shattered over political divides and **** CEO sharing their political opinion on social media sites whether it's family members or even a colleagues are professional contacts the sort of traditional hierarchy that existed within the corporate world you know of an employee to foster anything else like that it's just those rules are right out the window right now when it comes to politics and it seems that every day there is something new and a new eight you know explosion on social media a perfect example of that actually you know me personally as a C. I put out a tweet the other day about the Super Bowl and my own thoughts on that now I never saw that something that I can state would have such extreme political ramifications and I you know I think it was retweeted or something over five thousand times and I just had a mob coming after me on the line and basically attacked me for eight and so the question as a CEO is really what is your time worth and do you want to spend the time to engage in a backlash that your will suffer as a result of putting your opinion online such good points Chris because I mean I think of calling Capper Nick in people pro testing the NFL together as you say so it's like you between one thing about something that's on the to the Merican tradition it's basically a holiday almost the Super Bowl and there's backlash and I know they're been Super Bowl performers who have been criticized because they agreed to perform but when it comes to people like that and C. E. O.'s you've worked your way to the top of something and they might just think you know what this is what I feel I'm going to say what I want to say so is there a way is there a place for that because if you try to please everybody you're gonna please nobody but you might just have a cache of people who agree with you when you get new followers and you respect or something what if you found what I found the unfortunate reality here is that I do think there is a place for some CEOs to share their opinions and political point of use in this country and unfortunately that is only people who align or are on the last I think that if CIOS put out their opinions from the left and those are often applauded and agreed with right if you see that there is a CEO that is going to say something that is more right leaning that CEOs one hundred percent going to get a tax so what I have found from working with CEOs of both sides of the aisle here is that there's really room for one opinion one common vernacular in this country right now and if you try at all to veer away from that sort of set and narrative you will be attacked and unfortunately that also means that your business is going to be attacked and CEOs have to really think about you know out what price is worth to me and and also for my own mental sanity how much can I take it this because see I was thinking about running a business in addition to this firestorm just for putting out an opinion online sure enough it says the dynamic right now politically as you say the last people be applauded but there's a silent writes that people are scared to come out there Hollywood actors it will whisper and they're afraid to say what they really think that they approve of president trump or what the right is doing on this and that because they're afraid they just won't get work so it is it's such an interesting time to be looking at this have you seen have you seen some worst case scenarios were the CEOs have a shared something and it's not a backlash and Chris if there is a backlash should people apologize to sometimes look so weak and other times if they say no we're saying this and we mean it that can get even more plus I don't know what have you found being the expert unfortunately we have all the CEOs who who are not you know have never really experienced a Twitter mob before they're in this position where unless you've experienced it you have no idea what that's going to be like with your phone going up for you know twenty four to forty eight hours so I I I tend to agree with you that you end up apologizing for this crazy narrative that is so far off course from what you ever even met sure it instead I don't think that strong brand positioning or brand messaging when we are you know forced to make these apologies for her messages that we were never even really putting out to begin with and so I think that's really the challenge when you start apologizing for everything which is what you know we see these four celebrity apologies all the time or forced corporate apologies again I think a lot of those are are really written by PR professionals because they're sort of being told by you know their handler that they have to do this I'm not sure that it in the first place sometimes those people said anything that was so wrong to begin with right but I do see you know what's interesting is people direct message me a lot with their opinions around this and one thing that I will talk about is that in terms of the question you asked about CEOs where they get this wrong seven times you have CEOs that are publicly making statements on behalf of their company and all of their employees you know we saw this with all of these tech leaders or something with that gun reform right and and these people are are saying we are second they're speaking for me but I don't agree with them right into these employees don't know what to do because you know they signed up for a job they didn't think that this you know politics is ever going to be a part of that equation and now the CEO sort of thing we all collectively feel this way well no they don't all collected we feel that way that's impossible to collectively feel that way if you have more than one employee so maybe they can get away with that they say this is my believe this is my opinion I don't speak to my employees something simple like that well which they're never gonna say right because if they're good leader they should of course be speaking to their employees and understanding for their employees I meant to say yeah actually Chris Murphy is the CEO of ruby media group you can find her at her beautiful website ruby media group dot com she is a columnist and cover social media public relations and tech trends so Chris we have a couple more minutes just what if some of your best advice when it comes to you talk about CEOs know they might be they even still themselves and just a specific direction and they're experts in in some capacity but social media sort of new to everybody we're getting used to it but what are some of your best like on social media wanna one advice for all of us sure first is that if you are C. own you've decided that you do you really want to put your opinions out there you may want to sort of create targeted audiences where not everyone can see what it is that you want to stay so that you're limiting that risk and liability every time you're putting that opinion out there so that would definitely be a first step and I think you probably also really want to think about you know what are the ramifications of this am I okay with this tweet or this post being used on the cover of The New York Times one thing that I've noticed that I think most executives don't realize is many reporters now are pulling tweets into their stories and so they don't necessarily need to get approval for those because when you're tweeting it is public so they're just pulling that directly into their reporting and so I don't think most CEO's really aware that that is even happening I can't tell you how many times personally you know might my tweets of ended up in stories myself that's interesting I want to reach out to me about that and you know they're just embedding this tweet in there and so I think seo social you should know that that is a risk every time you put something on Twitter that's such a great point out.

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"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"What is that you're doing to be cloudy played beaver because rabies on here this afternoon the Christian music this is Chris ruby theme music a radiologist is before we get into place now I like the headline and you don't I did you know I did with this Raby I just tweeted it out yes he loves it when I say that got a Florida lizards with that yeah Florida lizard sets depressing record for constipation in a living animal researchers at the university of Florida and the Florida museum found a record setting lizard in cocoa beach the northern curly tailed lizard Chris's been feeding near a grease bin at a pizza restaurant muffles of insects and Anil and greasy sand congealed into an on passable glob of poop nearly eighty percent of the animals total body mass Chris this is the largest and I dare you to challenge me on this the largest known feces to body mass ratio recorded in a living animal sounds like quarantine life for that you should see this the looks like an a is like a tiny lizard full poop in looks like an alligator basically saying use charts at a pizza shop and just eating greasy bugs yeah that's what happens in a pandemic shot I've got a guy exactly that's life all right let's play Blake's now can we do this year this guy won the Cy Young Award he's a picture right now for the chapter is will there be major league baseball this year and we take a pay cut I'm not yeah I understand so because you are going to probably play for the love of the game man what's wrong with you bro money should not be a thing bro I'm risking my life.

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"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:38 min | 3 months ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Two welcome back to American trends I mean people are we're talking a little bit more about social media and just what we share and how much we should share we have an expert on this to talk about specifically should C. E. O.'s shared their personal beliefs and political perspectives on social media we are chatting with Chris ruby the CEO of ruby media group a public relations and social media agency and out Chris welcome you frequently speak to associations and and work with people and CEOs and do workshops and people can contact you on your website to get personal help with that we thank you for being with us thank you so much for having me I'm excited to be here and we're happy to have you so let's just get right to it should zero share their personal belief is there any good that could come out of something that could be controversial in this day and age when we're so divided over our political stances you know it's a really interesting question and unfortunately right now I would say that times are only getting more challenging as this upcoming election years and you know I've seen more relationship sort of shattered over political divides and **** CEO sharing their political opinion on social media sites whether it's family members or even a colleagues are professional contacts this sort of traditional hierarchy that existed within the corporate world you know of employee to foster anything else like that it's just those rules are right out the window right now when it comes to politics and it seems that every day there is something new and a new eight you know explosion on social media a perfect example of that actually you know me personally as a C. I put out a tweet the other day about the Super Bowl and my own thoughts on that now I never saw that something that I can state would have such extreme political ramifications and I you know I think it was retweeted or something over five thousand times and I just had a mob come after me on the line and basically attacked me for eight and so the question as a CEO is really what is your time worth and do you want to spend the time to engage in the backlash that your will suffer as a result of putting your opinion online such good points Chris because I mean I think of calling Capper Nick in people pro testing the NFL altogether as you say so it's like you between one thing about something that's on the team a Merican tradition it's basically a holiday almost the Super Bowl and there's backlash and I know they're been Super Bowl performers who have been criticized because they agreed to perform but when it comes to people like that and see as you work your way to the top of something and they might just think you know what this is what I feel I'm going to say what I want to say so is there a way is there a place for that because if you try to please everybody you're gonna please nobody but you might just have a cache of people who agree with you and you get new followers and you respect or something what if you found what I found the unfortunate reality here is that I do think there is a place for some CEOs to share their opinions and political point of use in this country and unfortunately that is only people who align or are on the left I think that if CIOS put out their opinions from the left and those are often applauded and agreed with right if you see that there is a CEO that is going to say something that is more right leaning that CEOs one hundred percent going to get a tax so what I have found from working with CEOs of both sides of the aisle here is that there's really room for one opinion one common vernacular in this country right now and if you try at all to veer away from that sort of set and narrative you will be attacked and unfortunately that also means that your business is going to be attacked and CEOs have to really think about you know out what price is worth to me and and also for my own mental sanity how much can I take it this because see I was thinking about running a business in addition to this firestorm just for putting out an opinion online sure enough it says the dynamic right now politically as you say the last people be applauded but there's a silent writes that people are scared to come out there Hollywood actors and will whisper and they're afraid to say what they really think that they approve of president trump or what the right is doing on this and that because they're afraid they just won't get work so it is it is such an interesting time to be looking at this have you seen I recently seen some worst case scenarios were the CEOs have a shared something and it's done a backlash and Chris if there is a backlash should people apologize to sometimes look so weak and other times if they say no we're saying this and we mean it that can get even more plus I don't know what have you found being the experts so unfortunately we have all the CEOs who who are not you know have never really experienced a Twitter mob before they're in this position where unless you've experienced it you have no idea what that's going to be like with your phone going up for you know twenty four to forty eight hours so I I I tend to agree with you that you end up apologizing for this crazy narrative that is so far off course from what you ever even met sure it instead I don't think that strong brand positioning or brand messaging when we are you know forced to make these apologies for her messages that we were never even really putting out to begin with and so I think that's really the challenge when you start apologizing for everything which is what you know we see this for celebrity apologies all the time or forced corporate apologies again I think a lot of those are are really written by PR professionals because they're sort of being told by you know their handler that they have to do this I'm not sure that it in the first place sometimes those people said anything that was so wrong to begin with right but I do see you know what's interesting is people direct message me a lot with their opinions around this and one thing that I will talk about is that in terms of the question you asked about CEOs where they get this wrong seven times you have CEOs that are publicly making statements on behalf of their company and all of their employees you know we saw this with all of these tech leaders or something without gun reform right and and these people are are saying we are second they're speaking for me but I don't agree with them right and so these employees don't know what to do because you know they signed up for a job they didn't think that this you know politics is ever going to be a part of that equation and now the CEO sort of thing we all collectively feel this way well no they don't all collected we feel that way that's impossible to collectively feel that way if you have more than one employee so maybe they can get away with that they say this is my believe this is my opinion I don't speak to my employees something simple like that well which they're never gonna say right because if they're good leader they should of course be speaking to their employees and understanding for their employees I meant to say yeah right exactly Chris Murphy is the CEO of ruby media group you can find her at her beautiful website ruby media group dot com she is a columnist and cover social media public relations and tech trends Chris we have a couple more minutes just in some of your best advice when it comes to you talk about CEOs know they might be they even tell themselves and just a specific direction and they're experts in in some capacity but social media sort of new to everybody we're getting used to it but what are some of your best like on social media wanna one advice for all of us sure first team is that if you are stealing you've decided that you do you really want to put your opinions out there you may want to sort of create targeted audiences where not everyone can see what it is that you want to stay so that you're limiting that risk and liability every time you're putting that opinion out there so that would definitely be a first step and I think you probably also really want to think about you know what are the ramifications of this am I okay with this tweet or this post being used on the cover of The New York Times one thing that I've noticed that I think most executives don't realize is many reporters now are polling tweets into their stories and so they don't necessarily need to get approval for those because when you're tweeting it is public so they're just pulling that directly into their reporting and so I don't think most CEO's really aware that that is even happening I can't tell you how many times personally you know might my tweets and ended up in stories myself that's interesting I want to reach out to me about that and you know they're just embedding this tweet in there and so I think you should know that that is a risk every time you put something on Twitter that's such a great point Chris ruby because things move so fast journalists are.

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"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:40 min | 3 months ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Scheduled or exclusions welcome back to American trends I mean people are we're talking a little bit more about social media and just what we share and how much we should share we have an expert on this to talk about specifically should C. E. O.'s shared their personal beliefs and political perspectives on social media we are chatting with Chris ruby the CEO of ruby media group a public relations and social media agency and out Chris welcome you frequently speak to associations and and work with people and CEOs and do workshops and people can contact you on your website to get personal help with that we thank you for being with us thank you so much for having me I'm excited to be here and we're happy to have you so let's just get right to it should zero share their personal belief is there any good that could come out of something that could be controversial in this day and age when we're so divided over our political stances you know it's a really interesting question and unfortunately right now I would say that times are only getting more challenging as this upcoming election nears and you know I've seen more relationship sort of shattered over political divides and **** CEO sharing their political opinion on social media sites whether it's family members or even a colleague your professional contacts this sort of traditional hierarchy that existed within the corporate world you know of an employee to foster anything else like that it's just those rules are right out the window right now when it comes to politics and it seems that every day there is something new and a new eight you know explosion on social media a perfect example of that actually you know me personally as a C. I put out a tweet the other day about the Super Bowl and my own thoughts on that now I never saw that something that I can state would have such extreme political ramifications and I you know I think it was retweeted or something over five thousand times and I just had a mob come after me on the line and basically attacked me for eight and so the question as a CEO is really what is your time worth and do you want to spend the time to engage in a backlash that your will suffer as a result of putting your opinion online those are such good points Chris because I mean I think of calling Capper Nick in people pro testing the NFL altogether as you say so it's like you between one thing about something that's on the to the Merican tradition it's basically a holiday almost the Super Bowl and there's backlash and I know they're been Super Bowl performers who have been criticized because they agreed to perform but when it comes to people like that and C. E. O.'s you've worked your way to the top of something and they might just think you know what this is what I feel I'm going to say what I want to say so is there a way is there a place for that because if you try to please everybody you're gonna please nobody but you might just have a cache of people who agree with you and you get new followers and you respect or something what if you found what I found the unfortunate reality here is that I do think there is a place for some CEOs to share their opinions and political point of use in this country and unfortunately that is only people who align or are on the left I think that if CIOS put out their opinions from the last thing those are often applauded and agreed with right if you see that there is a CEO that is going to say something that is more right leaning that CEOs one hundred percent going to get a tax so what I have found from working with CEOs of both sides of the aisle here is that there's really room for one opinion one common vernacular in this country right now and if you try at all to veer away from that sort of set and narrative you will be attacked and unfortunately that also means that your business is going to be attacked and CEOs have to really think about you know out what price is worth to me and and also for my own mental sanity how much can I take it this because see I was thinking about running a business in addition to this firestorm just for putting out an opinion online sure enough it says the dynamic right now politically as you say the last people be applauded but there's a silent right that people are scared to come out there Hollywood actors it will whisper and they're afraid to say what they really think that they approve of president trump or what the right is doing on this and that because they're afraid they just won't get work so it is it is such an interesting time to be looking at this have you seen I recently seen some worst case scenarios were the CEOs have a shared something and it's done a backlash and Chris if there is a backlash should people apologize sometimes looks so weak and other times if they say no we're saying this and we mean it that can get even more plus I don't know what have you found being the experts unfortunately we have all the CEOs who who are not you know have never really experienced a Twitter mob before they're in this position where unless you've experienced it you have no idea what that's going to be like with your phone going up for you know twenty four to forty eight hours so I I I tend to agree with you that you end up apologizing for this crazy narrative that is so far off course from what you ever even met sure it instead I don't think that strong brand positioning or brand messaging when we are you know force you make these apologies for her messages that we were never even really putting out to begin with and so I think that's really the challenge when you start apologizing for everything which is what you know we see these four celebrity apologies all the time or forced corporate apologies again I think a lot of those are are really written by PR professionals because they're sort of being told by you know their handler that they have to do this I'm not sure that it in the first place sometimes those people said anything that was so wrong to begin with right but I do see you know what's interesting is people direct message me a lot with their opinions around this and one thing that I will talk about is that in terms of the question you asked about CEOs where they get this wrong seven times you have CEOs that are publicly making statements on behalf of their company and all of their employees you know we saw this with all of these tech leaders or something without gun reform right and and these people are are saying we are second they're speaking for me but I don't agree with them right and so these employees don't know what to do because you know they signed up for a job they didn't think to face you know politics is ever going to be a part of that equation and now the CEO sort of thing we all collectively feel this way well no they don't all collectively feel that way that's impossible to collectively feel that way if you have more than one employee so maybe they can get away with that they say this is my believe this is my opinion I don't speak to my employees something simple like that which they're never gonna say right because if they're good leader they should of course be speaking to their employees and understanding for their employees I meant to say you yeah actually Chris Murphy is the CEO of ruby media group you can find her at her beautiful website ruby media group dot com she is a columnist and cover social media public relations and tech trends Chris we have a couple more minutes just in some of your best advice when it comes to you talk about CEOs know they might be they even tell themselves and just a specific direction and they're experts in in some capacity but social media sort of new to everybody we're getting used to it but what are some of your best like on social media wanna one advice for all of us sure first is that if you are stealing you've decided that you do you really want to put your opinions out there you may want to sort of create targeted audiences where not everyone can see what it is that you want to stay so that you're limiting that risk and liability every time you're putting that opinion out there so that would definitely be a first step and I think you probably also really want to think about you know what are the ramifications of this am I okay with this tweet or this post being used on the cover of The New York Times one thing that I've noticed that I think most executives don't realize is many reporters now are polling tweets into their stories and so they don't necessarily need to get approval for those because when you're tweeting it is public so they're just pulling that directly into their reporting and so I don't think most CEO's really aware that that is even happening I can't tell you how many times personally you know might my tweets and ended up in stories myself that's interesting I want to reach out to me about that and you know they're just embedding this tweet in there and so I think C. essential you should know that that is a risk every time you put something on Twitter that's such a great point as things move so fast journalists the trying to reproduce.

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"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:24 min | 6 months ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome back to American trans I mean people are we're talking a little bit more about social media and just what we share and how much we should share we have an expert on notice to talk about specifically should C. E. O. shared their personal beliefs and political perspectives on social media we're chatting with Chris ruby the CEO of ruby media group of public relations and social media agency and out Chris welcome you frequently speak to associations and and work with people and CEOs and do workshops and people can contact you on your website to get personal help with that we thank you for being with us thank you so much for having me I'm excited to be here and we're happy to have you so let's just get right to it should be a sure their personal belief is there any good that could come out of something that could be controversial in this day and age when we're so divided over our political stances you know it's a really interesting question and unfortunately right now I would say that times are only getting more challenging as this upcoming election years and you know I've seen more relationship sort of shattered over political divides and asio sharing their political opinion on social media sites whether it's family members or even a colleagues are professional contacts this sort of traditional hierarchy that existed within the corporate world you know of employed a boss or anything else like that it's just those rules are right out the window right now when it comes to politics and it seems that every day there is something new and I knew it you know explosion on social media a perfect example of that actually you know me personally as a see I put out a tweet the other day about the Superbowl and my own thoughts on that no I never saw that something that I can state would have such extreme political ramifications and I you know I think it was retweeted or something over five thousand times and I just had a mob come after me online and basically attacked me for eight and so the question as a CEO is really what is your time worth and do you want to spend the time to engage in a backlash that your will suffer as a result of putting your opinion online such good points Chris because I mean I think of Colin Kaepernick in people pro testing the NFL together as you say so it's like you between one thing about something that's on the American tradition it's basically a holiday almost the Superbowl and there's backlash and I know they're been Superbowl performers who have been criticized because they agreed to perform but when it comes to people like that and C. E. O. as you work your way to the top of something and they might just think you know what this is what I feel I'm going to say what I want to say so is there a way is there a place for that because if you try to please everybody you're gonna please nobody but you might just have a cache of people who agree with you and you get new followers and you respect or something what if you found what I found the unfortunate reality here is that I do think there is a place for some CEOs to share their opinions and political point of views in this country and unfortunately that is only people who a line or are on the last I think that if CIOS put out their opinions from the last thing those are often applauded and agreed with right if you see that there is a C. E. O. that is going to say something that is more right leaning that's CO is one hundred percent going to get a tax so what I have found from working with CEOs of both sides of the aisle here is that there is really room or for one opinion one common vernacular in this country right now and if you try at all to veer away from that sort of set and narrative you will be attacked and unfortunately that also means that your business is going to be attacked and CEOs have to really think about you know out out what price is worth to me and and also for my own mental sanity how much can I take it this because see I was thinking about running a business in addition to this fire storm just for putting out an opinion online sure enough it does the dynamic right now politically as you say the last people be applauded but there's a silent writes that people are scared to come out there Hollywood actors and will whisper and they're afraid to to say what they really think that they approve of president trump or what the right is doing on this and that because they're afraid they just won't get work so it is it is such an interesting time to be looking at this have you seen I believe this is the worst case scenarios were the CEOs have a shared something and it's done a backlash and Chris if there is a backlash should people apologize sometimes looks so weak and other times if they say no we're saying this and we mean it that can get even more plus I don't know what have you found being the expert unfortunately we have all of the CO two who are not you know have never really experienced a Twitter mob before they're in this position where unless you've experienced it you have no idea what that's going to be like with your phone going up for you know twenty four to forty eight hours so I I I tend to agree with you that you end of apologizing for this crazy narrative that is so far off course from what you ever even met sure it instead I don't think that's strong brand positioning or brand messaging it when we are you know force you make these apologies for her messages that we were never even really putting out to begin with and so I think that's really the challenge when you start apologizing for everything which is what you know we see these for celebrity apologies all the time or force corporate apologies again I think a lot of those are are really written by PR professionals because they're sort of being told by you know their handler but they have to do this I'm not sure that it in the first place sometimes those people said anything that was so wrong to begin with right but I do see you know what's interesting is people direct message me a lot with their opinions around this and one thing that I will talk about is that in terms of the question you asked about CEOs where they get this wrong so you have CEOs that are publicly making statements on behalf of their company in all of their employees you know we saw this with all of these tech leaders as something with that gun reform right and and these people are are saying we are second they're speaking for me but I don't agree with them right and so these employees don't know what to do because you know the ones they signed up for a job they didn't think that this you know politics is ever going to be a part of that equation and now the CEO sort of thing we all collectively feel this way will know they don't all collectively feel that way that's impossible to collectively feel that way if you have more than one employee so maybe they can get away with that they say this is my believe this is my opinion I don't speak to my employees something simple like that well which they're never gonna say right because if they're good leader they should of course be speaking to their employees and understanding for their employees I meant to say yeah actually Chris Larabee is the CEO of ruby media group you can find her at her beautiful website ruby media group dot com she as a columnist and cover social media public relations in tech trends Chris we have a couple more minutes just what is some of your best advice when it comes to you talk about CEOs know they might be they even still themselves and just a specific direction in their experts in in some capacity but social media sort of new to everybody we're getting used to it but what are some of your best like a social media one a one advice for all of us sure first is that if you are stealing you've decided that you do you really want to put your opinions out there you may want to sort of create targeted audiences were not everyone can see what it is that you want to say so that you're limiting that risk and liability every time you're putting that opinion out there so that would definitely be a first step and I think you're probably also really want to think about you know what are the ramifications of this am I okay with this tweet or this post being used on the cover of The New York Times one thing that I've noticed that I think most executives don't realize is many reporters now our polling tweets into their stories and so they don't necessarily need to get approval for those because when you're treating it is public so they're just pulling that directly into their reporting and so I don't think most CEOs really aware that that is even happening I can't tell you how many times personally you know might my tweets of ended up in stories myself that's interesting I want to reach out to me about that and you know they're just embedding this tweet and there and so I think you should know that that is a risk every time you put something on Twitter that's such.

C. E. O. Chris ruby
"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:24 min | 6 months ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome back to American trends I mean people are we're talking a little bit more about social media and just what we share and how much we should share we have an expert on this to talk about specifically should C. E. O. shared their personal beliefs and political perspectives on social media we're chatting with Chris ruby the CEO of ruby media group a public relations and social media agency and out Chris welcome you frequently speak to associations and and work with people and CEOs and do workshops and people can contact you on your website to get personal help with that we thank you for being with us thank you so much for having me I'm excited to be here and we're happy to have you so let's just get right to it should be a sure their personal belief is there any good that could come out of something that could be controversial in this day and age when we're so divided over our political stances you know it's a really interesting question and unfortunately right now I would say that times are only getting more challenging as this upcoming election years and you know I've seen more relationship sort of shattered over political divides and asio sharing their political opinion on social media sites whether it's family members or even a colleagues are professional contacts this sort of traditional hierarchy that existed within the corporate world you know of employed a boss or anything else like that it's just those rules are right out the window right now when it comes to politics and it seems that every day there is something new and I knew it you know explosion on social media a perfect example of that actually you know me personally as a see I put out a tweet the other day about the Superbowl and my own thoughts on that now I never saw that something that I can state would have such extreme political ramifications and I you know I think it was retweeted or something over five thousand times and I just had a mob come after me online and basically attacked me for eight and so the question as a CEO is really what is your time worth and do you want to spend the time to engage in a backlash that your will suffer as a result of putting your opinion online such good points Chris because I mean I think of Colin Kaepernick in people pro testing the NFL altogether as you say so it's like you between one thing about something that's on the American tradition it's basically a holiday almost the Superbowl and there's a backlash and I know they're been Superbowl performers who have been criticized because they agreed to perform but when it comes to people like that and C. E. O. as you work your way to the top of something and they might just think you know what this is what I feel I'm going to say what I want to say so is there a way is there a place for that because if you try to please everybody you're gonna please nobody but you might just have a cache of people who agree with you and you get new followers and you respect or something what if you found what I found the unfortunate reality here is that I do think there is a place for some CEOs to share their opinions and political point of views in this country and unfortunately that is only people who a line or are on the last I think that it's CIOS put out their opinions from the last thing those are often applauded and agreed with right if you see that there is a C. E. O. that is going to say something that is more right leaning that's CO is one hundred percent going to get a tax so what I have found from working with CEOs of both sides of the aisle here is that there is really room or for one opinion one common vernacular in this country right now and if you try at all to veer away from that sort of set and narrative you will be attacked and unfortunately that also means that your business is going to be attacked and CEOs have to really think about you know out out what price is worth to me and and also for my own mental sanity how much can I take it this because see I was thinking about running a business in addition to this fire storm just for putting out an opinion online sure enough it says the dynamic right now politically as you say the last people be applauded but there's a silent writes that people are scared to come out there Hollywood actors and will whisper and they're afraid to say what they really think that they approve of president trump or what the right is doing on this and that because they're afraid they just won't get work so it is it is such an interesting time to be looking at this have you seen I believe this is the worst case scenarios were the CEOs have a shared something and it's done a backlash and Chris if there is a backlash should people apologize sometimes looks so weak and other times if they say no we're saying this and we mean it that can get even more plus I don't know what have you found being the expert unfortunately we have all these CEOs who who are not you know have never really experienced a Twitter mob before they're in this position where unless you've experienced it you have no idea what that's going to be like with your phone going up for you know twenty four to forty eight hours so I I I tend to agree with you that you end up apologizing for this crazy narrative that is so far off course from what you ever even met sure it instead I don't think that's strong brand positioning or brand messaging when we are you know forced to make these apologies for her messages that we were never even really putting out to begin with and so I think that's really the challenge when you start apologizing for everything which is what you know we see these for celebrity apologies all the time or force corporate apologies again I think a lot of those are are really written by PR professionals because they're sort of being told by you know their handler that they have to do this I'm not sure that it in the first place sometimes those people said anything that was so wrong to begin with right but I do see you know what's interesting is people direct message me a lot with their opinions around this and one thing that I will talk about is that in terms of the question you asked about CEOs where they get this wrong so you have CEOs that are publicly making statements on behalf of their company in all of their employees you know we saw this with all of these tech leaders as something with that gun reform right and and these people are are saying we are second they're speaking for me but I don't agree with them right and so these employees don't know what to do because the you know the ones they signed up for a job they didn't think that this you know politics is ever going to be a part of that equation and now the CEO sort of thing we all collectively feel this way will know they don't all collected we feel that way that's impossible to collectively feel that way if you have more than one employee so maybe they can get away with that they say this is my believe this is my opinion I don't speak to my employees something simple like that well which they're never gonna say right because if they're good leader they should of course be speaking to their employees and understanding for their employees I meant to say yeah actually Chris Larabee is the CEO of ruby media group you can find her at her beautiful website ruby media group dot com she as a columnist and cover social media public relations in tech trends Chris we have a couple more minutes just what is some of your best advice when it comes to you talk about CEOs know they might be they even still themselves and just a specific direction in their experts in in some capacity but social media sort of new to everybody will getting used to it but what are some of your best like a social media one a one advice for all of us sure first name is that if you are seeing when you've decided that you do you really want to put your opinions out there you may want to sort of create targeted audiences were not everyone can see what it is that you want to say so that you're limiting that risk and liability every time you're putting that opinion out there so that would definitely be a first step and I think you probably also really want to think about you know what are the ramifications of this am I okay with this tweet or this post being used on the cover of The New York Times one thing that I've noticed but I think most executives don't realize is many reporters now our polling tweets into their stories and so they don't necessarily need to get approval for those because when you're treating it as public so they're just pulling that directly into their reporting and so I don't think most CIOS really aware that that is even happening I can't tell you how many times personally you know might my tweets and ended up in stories myself that's interesting I want to reach out to me about that and you know they're just embedding this tweet in there and so I think you should know that that is a risk every time you put something on Twitter that's such.

C. E. O. Chris ruby
"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Downtown Saint Louis Chris ruby and Joe pop with you and say hello to calm calling for the game plan I think they could pack any more excitement in the next couple of days tallied got the cubs in down the trade deadline tomorrow to first place teams that is a good time right now I'd say what it's always good when you're getting and August you're getting close to September and you're there you know you have a chance guys are excited showing up the field every day knowing that the what what the next few months are gonna gonna have ahead of them and the fact that they're in it they're competing for every game is so important is going to be used tile regardless of the situation first place trade deadline all that good stuff it's a Cup series there's a different feel to a cardinals cubs series is in there yeah there is I mean it back when I was playing I remember my first year in two thousand eight R. wait to have that first card codes interaction it's just that there's a buzz in the stadium there's a buzz from the from the workers from the ushers mind you feel as a player when you're down and you can feel you feel the crowd during batting practice all that it's just that it's a little bit bigger it's not like your plan the Marlins you know in the middle of the week it if the cardinals and cubs doesn't matter if you're in it or if the cubs are way out of it or cardinals are way out of it it's always exciting and and it just happened that the you can not here for first place to just add the holo excitement yeah they're in it and we already saw a couple weeks ago how big these divisional games are the cardinals really putting some distance between themselves the top of the division and the pirates in red so you've got head to head match ups with the cubs down the stretch the cubs team that you know hasn't been very good on the road this year in fact no team is one on the road in the season series so far this year so three more big opportunities for the cardinals yeah and and Chris you've heard me say this quite a bit up to this point is don't get consumed with every game and that you know there's gonna be games or yourself quite well and you're gonna get beat try to win each series if you can continue to star winning this from here on out you can't you're gonna start to see those add up in in that distance put between your if you if you're you know playing five honey when when you lose when you when when you lose one the that that's not going to really help you gotta start put together winning sincere this can consecutive and after they've done quickly all print at the all star break they've gone out there and they've just been you know I've got one at a going out of Houston was a little slip up so how to respond to that come out here when this big series and then go to the next one don't get don't worry about every game if you lose the game it's not a big deal just try to win the series and that's specifically true for this stretch that they're in isn't a cow because they're going to play the cubs now they're going to go on the road nothing so Clinton then of course are going to face a very good LA Dodgers see yeah this is a test drive to their of their other schedule unfortunately they weren't able to capitalize on kind of a week schedule leading into the all star break they they play that you know not very well but this this is gonna custom here we we saw test in Houston Houston came and they are very very good team and they gave it to the card a little bit so they're gonna have to step up here again good quality team because they missed that opportunity leading in the all star break again that that we're not very good Adam when right on the mound tonight child to take on the cubs he's obviously very familiar with the cubs pitches well against the cubs and and just something about when riding in big games and and big time opponents ready picked is great at Wrigley but an opportunity now after and outing that didn't maybe go as he would have expected last week to get back on the mound against the first place team yeah in the last couple that haven't been as good as we've seen all year so I'm I'm excited to see how he goes out in a big game set the tone for the series against the team that he traditionally pages well again and see how he goes up handle that the adjustment to make gotta get that fastball location back that's kinda left him your last you start indicted badly damaged he's gonna struggled a lot there thanks to get back let's see what he does early on that first inning that second any is becoming out their commanding the strike zone in able to hit a spot on both sides of the plate it's a cardinal sin Cup series first place on the line we appreciate it is always the game plan brought to us by step up an official partner thing was cardinals nine men enjoyed tonight we'll talk to you tomorrow with the trade deadline in the rear view mirror all right I look forward to it thank god cardinals have already made a pair of moves to bolster their left handed bullpen depth we'll get to those in a moment they also made a move yesterday to sentirse invader to triple A. Memphis lane Thomas recalls cardinals general manager Mike Kirch he.

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"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"I just got a call from a voter as to stuck at forty four and two seventy that to change. He said is a mess and basically at a standstill so it's a forty four to seventy interchange. Forty four of course, has been the bugaboo pretty much the whole time. All right. We're gonna go to the Newbold BMW Toyota sports desk right now and check in with Alex Ferrari or getting separate blues hockey later on this evening on a snowy day here in downtown Saint Louis, but luckily, the blues are out in Dallas and hoping to keep their hot streak alive after their victory over the Montreal Canadians along with Chris ruby and Amy Marx scores blues drop the puck against the Dallas Stars tonight at eight o'clock and Amy some tough news yesterday. We find out that Robert Thomas is going to be out some significant time due to a shoulder injury. And also Tyler Boza heads to the injured reserve. Yeah. You hate to see a guy like Robin Thomas go out now because he was really gaining momentum. Whether it was the commentators up in the box noticing. In his play or Thomas himself. He felt more confident out on the ice. He's gaining invaluable experience not only with these NHL games. But with the crew that surrounding him specifically Ryan O'Reilly every less than that. He's learning. You can almost see it. You can see a visible improvement with every game. This kid has got so much potential. Hopefully, this is just a short time that he's sideline, you know, Chris. It was nice to see the game against Montreal. Because they they flourished in almost every aspect of the game power play penalty kill five on five. They're goaltending was outstanding. We all are still talking about Jordan Bennington. But I think more so should be talking about the way that this team has played on the road already this season. And the fact that they have a chance to jump back into this playoff hunt because they're not far out and they play nine of their next ten on the road. Yeah. And you know, that's what Craig berbie set after the loss to Dallas last week. He said we've got to be better on the power play, especially we gotta figure out a way to stop finding ways to lose games. And they put the clamps down last night. And really looked good all game against Montreal. So you take that. Away from home or you've been a little bit better. Maybe having high volume of games will be good for them. I think it'd be good to have two goaltenders who hopefully are playing while moving forward a week from today is winter warm up for the cardinals as we inch closer and closer to spring training when pitchers and catchers report, Chris you and claims at a great interview with Jack Flaherty and Adam Wainwright on cardinals countdown to opening day, and you know, Ueno talked about how he sees this as a playoff team. He sees this as a championship team in great news yesterday as they avoid arbitration and bring back three more players to help this team out. There won't be any hearings. Wocka Ozoda land all agreeing to deals with the club. And you know, I think Alex that as we're waiting around for moves to be made throughout baseball. The cardinals have made two of the most significant moves and signing Andrew Miller and also trading for Paul Goldschmidt. So a month away from pitchers and catchers now reporting down in Jupiter, Florida baseball season getting closer and excited about getting a winter warm up next weekend and hearing from some of these guys and hopefully seeing how the. Baseball offseason moves along a little bit college basketball. You got the Slough Billiton's and action later on tonight against LaSalle. How about this one? Chris Missouri tiger game is postponed because they were unable to get to South Carolina. We'll have to wait to seem as you take on the Gamecocks good start for both of those teams on off this weekend. And hopefully, our weather doesn't impact anything the rest of the snow Pacalypse stays away. We have football as well. In the NFL Colson chiefs later on this afternoon, and then tonight, it's Cowboys and Rams along with Amy Mark scores and Chris Rabia, Alex Ferrario on America's sports voice..

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"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"It's five forty five. Let's send it to the new BMW Toyota sports desk for sports update from Chris ruby another day of practice for the blues today before the Edmonton Oilers in town tomorrow Kennedy cocking company in the midst of a nice stretch blues. Trying to turn things around after dropping two of three on the road. They'll do it with some new faces. Alex ROY is more from practice today. Chris the three players from San Antonio joined the blues for practice this afternoon and a little lion juggling for head coach Craig ba-, ruby in one of the bigger changes was Vladimir Tarasenko playing with Tyler Bosak Tyler very excited jump in with them. Things get changed because. You know, maybe trying to spark that. Hopefully that does that. Guys, the games. Change. Among the other changes, Jordan, tyrod was skating with Brayden Schenn and Robert Thomas skating with Ryan O'Reilly reporting from enterprise center, Alex Ferrario, cable exports banks, Alex six thirty four your blues. Pregame skate tomorrow, seven o'clock, the blues and Edmonton, Oilers and basketball, the Slough women take on Nafisa, Collier and Yukon tonight last night colleagues number retired at incarnation word tonight, Geno, Auriemma and company will take on the lady Billiton's struck by how discipline they are. And you know, they may not make every shot and they're not the biggest team we've played this year. And there's some things that obviously we have advantages that they they don't have. But I think when you play a team like Saint Louis, it's not going to be this just run up and down to see who scores the most points. So I know we've got some work to do it. If we wanna win Mizzou, meanwhile and action against UT Arlington. Now, the men in Colombia at seven o'clock baseball news, we will be heading to the winter meetings this weekend. In Las Vegas earlier today. Derek Gould, the car don't speak writer for the post-dispatch reporting that according to sources cardinals have had talks with the Diamondbacks involving star first baseman, Paul Goldschmidt. Batra Corbin lands with the Washington nationals one of the big first free agent dominoes to fall. In addition to Josh Donaldson who signed with the Braves last week for the latest follow Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. It came like sports. I'm Chris Rabi. Well, there are still even though it's December and snow is falling. There are still dozens of families and you'll Fallon Illinois area. That are looking to hire movers because they are about to buy a home it might be December. But people are still building and buying homes. And so what they all need is an incredible Bank. That's going to help them. Find the best mortgage possible. That Bank is First National Bank of Waterloo. The one of the leading originators of mortgage loans in the Fallon, Illinois area. And one of the reasons is the loans are serviced locally. It's really all about the staff and their mentality. When it. Comes to working with you. You can actually walk in and talk to a real person about your mortgage loan..

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"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"I mean it it baseball such a strategic game there are so many decisions that are made should a player tech an extra base you know should you walk someone should you bond you know should you pull the pitcher should you hit for the pitcher you don't see that in other sports too much you do see as you said and football some play calls but you don't really question why some players playing versus another pretty much have their set lineups and there aren't those kinds of decisions in the game itself of why did it quarterback threw a certain receiver you don't hear that that much here it's gee why why did the guy tried to go from first to third and he got thrown out why didn't you tag up and score on that fly ball a lot of it is second guessing because those who don't think ahead on just watch the game you know they look back and say well if you've done it another way the thing about it is the odds are so close together on so many decisions that they are you know you could go one way or the other and not be right or not be wrong and sometimes i think something should happen and may maybe something else does it may turn out better it's just you know you're playing odds and the odds in most cases are very close chris ruby and cardinals chairman bill dewitt a lot of the projections that i follow and i know that your office and you follow third party per se like your lineup is one of the best in all the baseball just the addition of marcello zona and accomplishing that on the heels of an acquisition with that club that didn't work out in giancarlo.

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"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And it lose cleared out thirteen seconds they go this once covered other near side hayes over the line done miller miller along the wall washed up by took partership partership check in it cleared it out two seconds left and madl no it you could bring up as saying body the lows and started the season foreign o with a three one win in new york against the rangers what a start to the season for the first time since that thirteen fourteen sees it the st louis blues and started foreign oaa just the second time in franchise history while water start for the blues i mean if you look at the way that they initiated player early in the hockey game and then a fought off some of the penalty kill and then once again we talk about it the goal tending was outstanding lose come in with a three one win three to one the victory the st louis blues over the new york rangers they were object thirty to twenty but nonetheless they get the big 208 prison terry is you start the post game show we'll check back with the all just a little bit dr wanted of lose players just outside the locker room it will break this game down as well from our perspective what the road trip starts to and all the loser three eno on the road now word on data laurel and then a game against the panthers rubbed florida on thursday let's get the most games you'll role with you too yeah thanks guys will hear from you in a little bit but with syria chris ruby getting seventy independent tyre dealers post game show and what to win on the road for the blue shaker and water performance from carter houghton absolutely fantastic and his first started the year making some incredible saves in the third period will the second intermission we talked about how the how the blues played such a good period just defensively shut down a little bit but in the third period the rangers came with everything and they guy some chances and carter houghton was standing talso how 'bout him as probably the player the game tonight keeping the rangers at bayan basically holding on to what what ended up being a two one win obviously the.

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"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"chris ruby" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"It if you can coming up four twenty this afternoon on kmox i spent some time with my kelly in the last hour the voice of the tigers big news for the university of misery basketball team it just keeps comment not a hits but actually the the recruits and chris ruby has details on that the cardinals back on the winning track after just losing one the other day the cubs there in first place and the rest of sports coming up next on camel cbs start the week off big big laughs on man with a plan to give me star so it's the plan chief first colmey chief discovers it ain't easy being remember those taken movies that's what happens when you give you daughter freedom one two three times they could take care look i can't help it if people are drawn to me i need this this job man with a cbs monday or stream it live or on demand cbs thursday the outdoors are so remember exam he's still exist only kale stars in the new comedy great indoors who can say the only thing tougher than dealing with millennials me that because you're all that life i already regret this is working with they shackled to death with a bunch of kids who think north faces a celebrity page the great indoors yes thursday or stream it live or on demand cbs evening news with scott pelley i this is the to have several thousand prices in most review down on is it true that there may be twenty people alive buried in the back cinch of that or the real news every evening will begin tonight with breaking news the cbs evening news with scott pelley weeknights well hello cursory be at the new will be m w toyota sports desk what a weekend of baseball little missoula news is well there is a lot going on a lot of good stuff going on dan some very good stuff we need that around here good baseball well i'll tell you what good things in general beating the cubs two out of three winning series outside of what they did on the road trip you've got to win series yeah and it was a great weekend.

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