18 Burst results for "Clark Kent"
"clark kent" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Parts of you, your 8 legs aren't integrated towards the values and principles of you who truly you, then it feels like that. And when it all comes together, it doesn't have to be an perfect alignment, but they're all sort of working towards the same north star. Your energy and love and joy and passion and what you exude is ten times more powerful and people feel that. They feel that. You have let go. You have your lighter and you exude an energy and a joy because you're getting more and more in alignment for that higher self of you and the energy that you were scattering amongst those 8 8 legs. Before. It was still amazing energy. But now it's all coming together into one energy packet. And that that's going to took me 25 years to figure this out in the fact that you're figuring it out now. Jealous. I think it goes to. I know there's been times in my life where I wouldn't have ever questioned joy. And then other times where I'm like, wait, no, I can't possibly have fun. Or like, I can't possibly do this and enjoy I need to stay here and focus and do the and it robs the joy. Ironically, everything is just as taken from that experience and I don't even have the same experience and then I end up not even doing this thing that I wanted to because there was no joy attached to any of it. Being overly regimented and right there is attending because when we showed up with that book because we had to. We told ourselves with a past story, well, this is just what who we are and what we need to do now. Someone told us that our society, whatever. And that's what we are told. Whereas, you know, you don't tell a writer or an artist or a musician to just show up. They show up with this energy and this passion and this depth that if I'm going to do it, I'm going to show up with all myself. And they bring this totally different energy to it. And it's immersing versus attending what I say, right? You're immersing yourself in the moment versus just attending. I love that I'm going to write on the whiteboard. It's also it's also allowing versus forcing, right? Like if you contrast that athlete mentality of like willfulness and I'm gonna make it happen and I'm holding on so tightly versus a more creative pursuit like if you watch The Beatles documentary like they're hanging out and a lot of it is fucking around. And that's because you need that in order to create the space for the little spark to arise. You have to hold it loosely. In order for the magic to occur. And you can't be strict on your timetable or your agenda. And I think there's something to be said for approaching your athletic pursuits or other pursuits in your life with that sensibility. And I think endurance provides you with those quiet moments, because you're out. You can't be multitasking when you're out by yourself on a trail or whatever, like you're just left with yourself. So it's built into that practice, but if you're trying to get into grad school that you're pursuing, like, understanding that the best ideas come in the unlike most unlikely moments, they don't come when you're sitting down in like forcing them to happen. Holding on too tight. Yeah. I'm reading this book right now, and I circled a couple paragraphs, but it was all about how you have to look out the window for at least 20 minutes a day with zero agenda. Just look out the window. It's like window gazing, but the whole point of that is to do something mindless and joyful that isn't productive for you to be able to then be productive. And I know we hear it all the time. Just do something not productive to then be productive, but it's the same thing with sports, right? My best race is my best performances where when I was laughing behind the blocks and enjoying myself and with my peers and on a relay or doing almost missing my race as a 15 year old because I'm having so much fun in the moment in that joyous state. And I think that, yes, I don't need to be missing races and doing whatever. But the point is, is that you can lose yourself in that experience to really then be able to catapult yourself for the goal that you want. Well, it goes back to the alter ego thing, like are you like you're having fun and cracking up and you have your best race because you're being who you really are in that moment. And I think we have this idea like when I'm training, I'm the Iron Man guy, and then I go to work and I'm the work guy and I go home and I'm the dad and the partner and you're toggling between all of these different identities where you're kind of calibrating how you behave and act and conduct yourself based upon the environment or the circumstance. And this idea of who do you want to be or who are you or who are you becoming, if you're driving that inquiry in the right direction, it's about integrating all of these things so that you're authentically who you are. No matter the context, that you don't have to develop alter egos or toggle who you are based upon who you're interacting with. And you can definitely use those other versions that can spill over lucky. Don't get me wrong. There's a big benefit in being able to craft your athlete self early on. And sort of see who you want to become. And then see those things and see how you can apply some of those things in the other versions of yourself. But they can't be completely separate. Superman is in Clark Kent and Clark Kent is in Superman. Although he goes into the phone booth, right? And that's the whole the deeper part of it. Or like Batman, right? That's the whole point of that entire series is that you can't escape the shadow that lives within you..
"clark kent" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And the other thing about the whole like oh you know they were I thought he was going to disarm me Strapped to your chest How is he gonna get an AR-15 away from you that is strapped to your chest right I mean it's just I can't Okay Oh and the rittenhouse coverage He has the interview that Tucker Carlson did with Kyle rittenhouse He could I haven't seen more douchey I haven't seen it What did he say I didn't watch it The tone he took I support Black Lives Matter No no I'm not a racist I've heard about that Yeah Yeah really you went across a state lines to community that was not yours to protect property but no one asked you to protect It's like the arbor case No one asked you to protect an empty house that Aubrey wasn't stealing anything from or doing anything No one asked you No one asked him to be there at all Right Yeah sorry he wasn't cooperative with his own lynching It's like three times We said I don't want to talk to you I don't want really you're chasing him It's like first of all what's that You didn't say you were making a citizen's arrest And how's that Okay Really You're gonna get in the pickup truck with a cast of deliverance with a shotgun Oh yeah sure Let me just get in I'm sure this will go well It turns out well all the time Oh my God I think the Aubrey the trial that the trial in Georgia I think is going to turn out a little better than that Oh God I hope so Well they're also talking about the fact that rittenhouse had a $2 million defense fund that these guys You can buy an awful lot of reasonable doubt I mean I don't want to say the operator trial because he's not on trial Yes I know Yeah Exactly But then you don't want to say the names of the trial in Georgia We have called them the cast of delivery Yes Please crafters can not help you once again with your racism Oh you have glasses on now Oh I see Well now you're Clark Kent Right Yeah You couldn't possibly Okay Hang on Let me just let me look at my chicken scratch on meet the pressing on Also so this Kevin create He voted for the bill So he's supposed to be one of the more moderate Republicans In any chuck Todd lets him get away the minute They talk about that Then he said well but you know we're just trying to hang on a second Uh oh We're trying to top stop these crazy big government socialist agenda of the that you just voted for We're trying to stop the crazy big government socialist agenda These republic of these Democrats who were raising the debt and blowing up inflation oh my God He certainly said oh and he said it's a party that has now gotten comfortable with socialism and anti semitism Shut up let them get away with all that All that All that Right I'm like what You're the one with the actual Nazis on your side All right let's melin elsewhere We've got okay Because what Elon Omar once said something about Israel and settlements are something really Okay The actual Nazis I'm just saying I'm trying to be helpful to Trump Todd Really because you're the ones with the actual Nazis on your side Would you care to venture your thoughts on that You just voted for the big government socialism Whatever he said crazy socialism communism I just hope the Republicans don't drive on any of these socialist roads You're about ready to lose it aren't you Okay and then but this is what Eric I can't wait to tell them No This is what Eric is talking about And then he actually said what he said all that he goes well I see what you're concerned about about the left But let's talk about I'm like oh that's what you're all of those lies are the things you're concerned about because it's both sides do it really It's the really you know Which just you know when just one of his throws makes me lose my actual in my living room He throws the break He just said could COVID cases on the rise has the government done enough to combat vaccine misinformation Joe.
"clark kent" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Was it my most rousing rendition of home yet I think so It was that was beautiful It was I saw the transmogrification Thank you It's so fast Right Right Yeah Seamless Yeah Yeah you never know my love like this before I believe I had a press release because last night Stephanie mills was in concert with Chaka Khan Doctor gone No just say oh Who Oh my God you screwed this up in the first hour Hi Fran did not practice it at all You know what peach hockey con You say who so that I can high frangela Nice All right we have a stop hand in the middle of Francis face Could we remove that Thank you so much Okay Thanks very much It's like a stop in the name of love Okay Yeah Where would you like to start I mentioned Oh well you were I was commenting on the putting glasses on the cast of deliverance in the menu Yeah not so we see you It's like a Clark Kent Superman thing We see who you are Yummy They try to prop out They racism Is that what they're trying to do Yeah I'm just a mild mannered accountant from Georgia I'll bring their black friend with them tomorrow Can I ask them to go You don't want to kick us out of understanding that you chase down from one end lynch them Yes How many pairs of glasses you put on Yeah yeah Well and as someone said on Twitter it would make it look less like a lynching if you might like at least remove your confederate flag lessons plate But here's what I was saying I honestly neglected to ask a legal ladder lady this week Why is it not allowed Histories of social media racism and N word How is that not relevant Kyle rittenhouse once said of people he thought was shoplifting I wish I could shoot them How is that not Why is that not let in Yeah Their bias might bias people Right Might actually make you think that in some crazy way I might be racist if I frequently use the N word on Facebook Yeah If you've been racist you might be racist Yes And you know what And originally something about what the law won't do It doesn't want to convict white males Right Right What the law is prejudicial against and actually Ford not against but for is their safety They're going home Them making it home safe That is clear to me Now what cameras have taught me in the courtroom is is that our judicial system is set up the system is set up to save them Other than that they don't have to be in danger The reality is they don't have to be in any real danger They can even have the kind of written house wasn't saying until now that he was self he was there to protect property This wasn't even his own And on top of it what I find fascinating is that they didn't have any permission to protect Nobody asked me But we owe the horror film industry a huge apology Because for years Frances and I have insisted that no sane person would run towards danger But apparently that is the natural response of your average white racist The prosecutor two of the danger The prosecutor said this in the Mona library He was running away from you He three times said he didn't want to talk to you How are you in danger if the person's running away from you I mean it's you know and in the back I mean I've been in time It starts with rittenhouse and through these two trials It's a we're okay with vigilanteism I guess we're okay with the hunting of people And we're okay with that Hunting is the people being in our government We're okay with them desecrating our government because the January 6th is going on right now too And the reality is what this is is if you've been confused since the end of slavery let us de confuse you Yeah That's right Here it is Everybody can see it Yeah Wait hang on a second Wesson Wisconsin says he grew up with judge Schroeder in no show West Is that true you know you grew up with judge Schroeder No But you know him No I know of defense attorneys that know him Okay Close enough Close enough for a random phone call Go ahead And I'm kind of go sorry So right You'll be the first one this morning All right so but there's still a speculation about this judge and from what I hear from my defense attorney Friends is basically he's been like this all the time So I mean I'm more concerned if there is a Trump supporter in the jury that is going to basically just say no to all the charges And you get a hung jury and then that it is possible that he may declare this trial But he has had cases before there was a murder and he sentenced a person to life So it was really hard to say what he might do I'm actually more concerned about the fact that militias are illegal in every state but nobody is arresting people for participating in them Yeah okay Yeah judge onion belt as we call him What was his little story yesterday Oh did you see this thing so NBC News They should a statement It was an individual stop by police near a bus transporting the jurors It was a freelancer who received a traffic citation while the traffic violation took place near the jury van the freelancer never contacted or intended to contact the jurors during deliberations never photographed or intended to photograph them We regret the incident will cooperate fully So I think the judges hurt listen to the coverage on MSNBC like joyride and others I don't want anyone from NBC in here This is I've instructed that no one from MSNBC.
"clark kent" Discussed on One Two Three Jokes
"Oh, I hate it. That makes me. That makes me angry. What? What are you talking about? When he's Clark Kent. These Clark Kent? No, I hate them. What do you think Clark? Do you like Clark? I love Clark. And now you're gonna tell what Bruce Wayne and Santa Claus. Yeah. I am thrilled they're the same person. I had no idea. I could have sworn I've seen him in the same room. Yeah, and Bruce banner is the tooth fairy. I didn't know that either. I think they're all wonderful right now. I'm really into the Fantastic Four. I think that sounds like a virgin. And I love that I can't have sex. I bet Ricky finishes faster than speeding bullet. I forgot that you can't have sex. That's why you're a virgin. Yeah, it's because I didn't have it. I'm like a lot to the watcher. She can have he can't have sex. He's just very short. He calls his sex the Fantastic Four minutes. Hey, you know. Four fantastic minutes. It's not bad. I have 30 meh. Minutes of sex or for fantastic. More fantastic. I got shit to do. Lately, I've been like, that's so much work now. I'm so out of shape. I'm cutting my pants. Gotta stay dinner. But I gotta move. You know, I think about sex, like, nonstop all day. And then when it comes for the opportunity to do it, I'm just like, okay, all right, so I gotta go do that and then I gotta go do that. You gotta go places to have sex? Well, you know, it's like sticking one place. Do you remember how much their bodies are Wonderland? Do you have sex outside of brothels? Weird? I'm gonna have sex and I gotta go to the bank. I gotta go. I thought he was talking about different parts on the body. He's gonna go here. I guess he was. I thought he meant different locations. Same way up. Yeah. So that's my favorite superhero. Sex. Me having sick. He feels like a superhero after accomplishing sex. To be fair, yes. This is sometimes Borat accomplished sex. Faster than a speeding bullet. I like what's his name missionary..
"clark kent" Discussed on Celtics Beat
"The two of us bozos, but we've also got Sean Devon who can give us a good perspective on not just the seas with the entire league, you know him, good friend of this program. Sean, how are you, man? I'm doing well. I consider myself the third Bozo here. You'll fit right in. Looking more like Clark Kent today. I got the glasses on which means I'm sure open like you're halfway there with the shirt, shirts open, the glasses are on..
"clark kent" Discussed on WTVN
"From Dateline, Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart Radio Act number one from use Traffic, Weather Sports and the Mark Blazer Show on 6 10 w T V N. All right. So let's do this without further ado, your ABC six first warning weather Chief meteorologist Marshall McPeak is joining us right now. Marshall. It is dark outside. All right? Yes, That's true. Right about that part. Your powers of observation are uncanny off the charge, baby. It is indeed, In fact, the sunset I was thinking about this earlier because sunset now is 5 11. And we're still almost a month away. Now from the winter solstice. I need to check on the numbers to see just how early the sunset is going to get in the next month. I mean, it slows down, meaning that we're not losing as much. Daylight each day. It's a little less than we had earlier in the season. We were losing like three minutes a day. So now it slows down a little bit, but it's still likely to get two very close to five o'clock by the time we get to the solstice anyway, tonight, down to 44 lots of clouds and tomorrow I think most of the day is dry. You're just kind of a chance of a Sprinkle. The rain really shows up Saturday night. And so that means Buckeyes should be dry for the game on Saturday. Sunday's windy Wet 53. It will be in the forties on Monday, Marshall, Thanks have a great weekend 59 right now. You know something else. Typically large fronts are followed by big behinds, too. I wanted to tell him that I'm sure that's a Weather joke meteorologist joke He's probably heard a million times, but he's in the middle of Ah, live 5 30 news right now, so he literally steps into the booth. I'll lock Clark Kent and then does the weather here with us and then back out on the set, probably just in the nick of time to do the weather life. On TV is my guest. All right, so the head of one of the largest regional health systems Has told his employees that he is recovered from Cove it and is back in the office without a mask. So can you imagine the people.
"clark kent" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders
"Beer beer company, there were like twelve brewers America at its height and you know in the before prohibition, there were like three or four hundred breweries in America five, six center baby. It really dwindled down to just a handful left and he really thought hard. What to do because it was scary it would be scary to leave Boston consulting group. You know leaving that safe job leaving the possibility of becoming a partner in having you know a safe and comfortable life but he felt like it was dangerous. If he stayed because eventually those golden handcuffs would become tighter and tighter and he wouldn't be able to leave and pursue this dream and this idea he had that he he believed would give him a sense of mission a reason to get out of bed and he determined that by staying it might not be scary but would be dangerous because he the wake up one day and he would he would regret not having made. That decision when he was younger but leading scary. So he left and he did it safely. He didn't just walk into his boss's office and quit one day. He did it over a period of about six months. You know he started to research the the industry he started to look for potential bottling plants. He started to experiment with recipes. He tweeted this on nights and weekends until he got to the point where he felt comfortable enough to jump into this new enterprise with two feet, he had saved some money over that time. He was very careful with his money. So when it came time to actually leaving Boston consulting group, it was still scary but it wasn't dangerous The scary part of comes up for so many of us when we think about doing something new or starting our own organization for those who have done that were thought about doing that and I'm thinking about the analogy that you use the book of one of the entrepreneurs who mentions that starting a new business is like jumping off a cliff in and then building the airplane on the way down. and. We often think about entrepreneurship like that of burning the ships of jumping off the cliff and one of the really interesting patterns that I've noticed not only interviewing some of the other guests. But also in your work and the folks you've interviewed is that folks tend to either have a day job something else that's helping them really support getting something moving or they have a pretty significant fallback plan and just find that really interesting because it's so contrary to the myth that I think we think about with entrepreneurship one, hundred percent we think of entrepreneurs these kamikazes and there's a fetish. Of that kind of entrepreneur the swashbuckling risk taker how I built this is really designed to dispel those miss. I don't want people to think of entrepreneurs as these immortal superheroes because they're not. They're just like us. The only difference is that they went into the phone booth and put on the Cape. They're all Clark Kent's right and many if not most of the people I interviewed either kept their day jobs or had a very clear fallback plan even though they were super confident in their idea, they were super passionate about it committed to it optimistic and believe that it work. They still had a fallback plan. If if for some reason, it didn't work I recently interviewed the founder of a company called..
"clark kent" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show
"She was like shaking she felt so bad and she said I am like I wear my mask I just like I'm about to pass out. I just needed like open up my mouth for a second and I said, I'm sorry that happened then we scissored. Well, I saw where like movie theaters are opening now and they're like, oh we're going to only let in 30% of our normal amount so that every month. The row has no people in it and they're going to clean it, you know and all the stuff so all these preparations, right? And then they said and you must wear a mask the whole time the whole time unless you're eating drinking. So the whole time he was away so I can just like so as long I buy your popcorn, I mean if I do that and not have a mask on but the minute I you know what I mean, it's like people like you could wear a mask to get in but then take it off and the run-around. Yeah. It's like okay everybody's just like freaking out and you know, and I get it. don't want anybody to get this thing. I don't anybody to die. I don't my friends who died and I'm yeah, I'm trying my best to follow whatever I can to help that out. But I think if people are far away from you turned away and not speaking to you or anything not doing anything there have their mouths like planted a whole different way. Yeah. Don't be a purple shirt. Don't be a I thought what if could go around town kind of like Clark Kent wearing a mask, but helping the anti Masque wage. Maybe you can spill stuff on yourself and take pictures of your boots at the same time. What if I show masked boobies and mass cleavage? You just keep a mask on all the times. You know, I'm into it. Yeah, we can do this more because when you said movies sure, let's do a s'more see.
"clark kent" Discussed on The Topic of Choice Podcast
"Comic to life for me and I love here's what I loved is the Way Christopher Reeve portrayed Clark Kent he was a big goof. He was a big nerd wore the glasses. And fought for. The underdog and never never wanted the recognition. He was just the Hummel Superhero. I love the character I think it was great. Lisa. We are back to you unfortunately I blew your number one with top gun. Did you did We are up. We have a rehab soundcheck in there still another. Again. Another one with big lots of songs and predominantly I feel like. Well, let's play it and then we'll. We'll talk about. Music itself..
"clark kent" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Very long time was just immense amounts of fun to do. What was a costume? Lee Way to get the episode. Not yet no costumes fantastic. It's probably the most beautiful thing I've ever put on. There were designed to pursuit so I had sort of the regular. He's a he's a neuro scientists at the local hostile severi quiet data costumes and then the suits was was three piece. Like law cut deep Green leather leather is just amazing and just changes the way you stand move and I enjoyed putting it on so much every time I got to accept to will win instead of getting really hot in Atlanta. We're at three days. Leather tied suit starts to starts bed down on you a little bit. You know. This is a question. I actually don't ask a lot of actors because I had only a few that do this. But not quite quite share. Actually but how do you play the the both identities? Obviously you have to distinguish a little bit between the two. Yes we'll with this. I mean I haven't had to do that before I think the way I thought about it was. It was more like he was always rain. Live and then lily like superman lightning soup men and then discussing disguises Clark Kent or wise men on the neath that's sort of how perched life so he's put his glasses on and he's normal close with with a mosque and it was just dialed down version in in the story of I think when when he does put on insists he's Again and kind of step back into to being brainwave. It's freeing for. I think he enjoys being a super villain. 'cause he can do some freak exciting things and letting the series starts laugh might be quiet to start. Okay Malone Sir quite enjoying having.
"clark kent" Discussed on WTVN
"To hear from a one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four as a way to join as a just a quick reminder is that if you like to schedule a time to speak with me here on the show really easy to do just head over to our website that's commanded dot com of course and over on the right hand side there's a link that says be a caller just fill that out and Mandy our show runner producer will get back with you we'll schedule you right after all right by now you've heard of ransomware attacks that take over computers of people and big businesses and small businesses and hospitals in cities and towns and government agencies and just about anywhere else that you can think of in ransomware attacks around forty one percent over the last year criminals plant malicious software that encrypts all the files on the victim's computers unless the victim as a backup you we talk about that the victim also has to pay the criminal money in big goin to get the files back hands where the term ransomware comes into play but what if you didn't have to pay the ransom or have the money to pay even if you wanted to pay I mean even the FBI has seven times you know you might want to pay this and about seventy percent of the people actually will pay to get their files back and that's where this knight in shining software armor just swoops in a young amazing man William Michael Gillespie swoops in to help you are there about a thousand different types of ransomware out there and Michael works at night in his days off to come up with software that lets you off the hook now here's the deal Michael's decryption tools are free that's right you don't even have to pay for these tools of Michael such a pleasure to have you here on the camp commander show listener line what's the biggest change that you've seen in ransomware since you started out I guess as our nation's Clark Kent happy to be here so probably the biggest thing I've seen in the last few years especially has been a big shift for better or for worse the bad guys are really going hard core after businesses before it was just a wild west back and you know between twenty thirteen and twenty sixteen one ransomware was really getting in there and I was getting involved and it's just anyone and everyone you know lowest hanging fruit gets gets hits whether it's at home or home person or you know business but now they're the last two years especially the been shifting to really hitting big target businesses governments and then they're like oh make more money ahead of me they are made more money off of that instead of say what is the average home is it like three hundred bit coin or is it more than that now who three hundred coins of it three maybe three hundred dollars dollars yeah I get mixed up too I mean yeah most of the ones that target home users are between three hundred maybe twelve hundred dollars and then of course you see the businesses they could get you know hit up for between three thousand to five I just saw a like a thirty like nails closer six digit numbers yeah it's just it's getting crazy well you know for hospital gets hit I mean you know they don't have a lot of choices some businesses and governments I mean it's like you know so what we gotta do to get our files back so it used to be a maybe it's still the case Michael where you'd get a fishing email and you click on it or somebody would send them to you guys like extortion type email stay you know everything's gonna be locked down unless you pay us and because we saw you wanna video webcam or what have you is it still hitting businesses and consumers that way yeah definitely that is a very large part of how a lot of businesses get kind of a compromise in the first place is those phishing emails it's a you know it's still the weakest link it's easier for you know targeting something there where someone H. R. just opened a word document and it just it just gets the first foot hole into their network and then it just goes from there so how difficult is it to figure out how to decrypt the encryption without having to pay them the money to aid to get the unlock key how long does a Tom that yeah that that of course really varies on a course that I have to put a disclaimer I can't decrypt everything you know it's it's always reliant on the criminals making a mistake whether it's they don't use very good cryptography they don't use it correctly they don't use it at all had several instances of that so I mean I've had I've had some ransomware that brick from the time I get a hold of it and test it out to actually releasing a tool could be ten minutes if it's like a really really stupid mistake what that's amazing and then you have all these tools and people we're we're.
"clark kent" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"Superman is this God like figure. Does he really? Does he really inspire us? Because I can never fly. I can never juggle locomotives. I can never stop a bullet. What might be able through science to be able to do great scientific things so this really begs the question. Does Superman Really Inspire. Or does he create this dependency on a god-like figure that kind of do things for us or this? Is this things that Superman does even obtainable for man okay? So that's really the like the tipping point in the conversation You know we can talk about one thing. Is Superman an indifferent? Books like a today. I reread Superman. Unchained and Sam Lane talks to him about. He says things like you know you. You could go into and stop. The dictator overthrow the dictator with an another one pops. Up and part of that goes to the fact that superman the things that he does things a lot. Has We do our our cells. Or He's trying to show a better way to do things and the biggest aspect is not these are not gonNa tell you what the side stories like. Red Sun or injustice where he becomes full-on Evil Superman dictator. But the idea is. He has these powers and part of the inspiration. His is his character because if he wanted to he could force his will on people if he wanted to. He could get away with whatever he could do crime he could you know everyone bowed to him worship him but he does it. You know key chooses to live the life that he does and to act the way the he does as an example. I mean we're not I don't want to sit here and bash get into like deep theological discussions or religious discussions. But it's the same kind of aspiration that a lot of people with the Christ like figure look at is it's something that's unobtainable but yet you strive to be that the same concept is someone like you know his values. That's that's inspiration that he's like I don't tell a lie and that's part of the whole truth store it's going on now. This is writing as you know the one thing that he's always headed reliable is he is Clark Kent as well and he wants to end that so you know the fact that he does the right. He always tries to find scenario where he doesn't have to kill even read unchained. And if you've ever read that story it's a very interesting situation that he's put in and he even trying to find a way not to care. It's it's his values and his moral compass. That really is the aspirational part. And the fact that he allows humanity to make their own mistakes and en- Luther speech here luther talk about. I could have done this. I coulda. Which echoes also kind of in all star Superman or my thing about all sorts of medium term there but basically he's like the. Why didn't Yup put have all of you? Because you know when I drop one of the best examples for me is it's in Superman Doomsday. The animated movie is where lex figure out how to cure cancer and then tells mercy. How can we slow it down to make a lifelong treatment? And then it cuts the superman. The fortress Yes. So you know. And that's why lex Luther as a village has always been kind of that dichotomy to Superman. Superman has these powers and super his moral compass and the person he is versus. Someone is a human who has reached perfection and has become more but yet he reflects the greed the selfishness the self interest. And we'll get into this more well so through you go through Luther speech there and you know all of his all the stuff he can't he could do for the world that he doesn't do for one you know He. He doesn't put his. He doesn't put his knowledge in his acumen to the betterment of humankind he you know so the fact that you know focusing on yes. I would love to be able to fly. Yes I would love to have super strength in being vulnerable and stop people from from doing things that they That they do to hurt. Other people You know but superman inspires people to be more than what they are to be to be better to be to be good and to.
"clark kent" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"And I like this Pointed I knew. Yeah because I like the fact that this is Clark like him. This is him. This isn't Superman. Clark mask this hands actual person because Amine Superman Clark Kent powers and all no facade. Yeah this is his superman works like three fold. You know you have superman which is ideal image personality and then and you have Clark that skies and then you have just have widened and this. This is actually excellent to see him and that's kind of a little bit like administrator very operate from nursery pretty much the entire is him. Yeah I like his mom. This works for me. I always felt Martha in the original Superman. The movie and creepy apart and then maybe done a better story. If he hadn't went back to the daily planet right away I felt he had to get him to the deal like up questions. Maybe back to the daily planning sending him back getting back there. Quick.
"clark kent" Discussed on WGN Radio
"May pull for personalized traffic on demand get the traffic Chicago app it's approved by the mortgage experts of team Hochberg just search T. R. A. F. F. I. X. Chicago and forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center partly cloudy overnight low sixty nine Wednesday in Thursday's forecast about the same forty percent chance of thunderstorms otherwise a mix of sun and clouds of muggy with highs in the upper eighties on Victor von in the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. WGN night side Michael Hartman that behind the glass picking up the music I trust Michael's musical taste implicitly if you have not seen Michael performing out about as Michael J. Foxy playing his his get boxes six string of virtuoso of machine is out is out all right where's he said do tell people about this open Mike do you host do you like do allow people to come and see you or is that a do lead a separate life for you like Clark Kent and Superman ord or can we meld the two yeah there's a password at the door that I all I like getting anybody who's anybody and everybody can come to this event over event at this open Mike this happens at bill's barn Bergeron thirty east Hubbard street right by the house of blues every Saturday night nine to midnight very nice and you are the host and I am the host you **** very nice and I just you please easy top I just saw them Saturday night they were in town they were into ten Li in at the I.
"clark kent" Discussed on Pulse of AI
"Th century in there are not enough skilled. They to analysts designed thinkers agile project manages out that in the marketplace. So if are going to compete, and survive they have to have to build. They're going to have to create those skills. Internally, they can have to create a coach of continuous learning part of it is than understanding what skills if we got so how to use data insights to lead what skills you and then count, you predict what skills and capabilities you're going to need in the future. So what I being brings with just death of analytics capability the research we have done into skills in the marketplace, and a management, consulting capabilities this to help clients on that journey assess what skills, they go identify what skills they that they need on help transform that workforce at pace at speed, so that they right to address. The, the competitive threats in that particular market. One of the things that I think, is a tectonic shift that's going to happen as this evolved, as infuses itself throughout the enterprise. Is that the idea of corden, quote talent is going to change? Right. Because you mentioned that a few minutes ago that, you know, maybe the closest thing is the mobile phone, but mobile the mobile phone doesn't have as much intelligence. Right. It's not taking over tasks. It's not taking over roles. It's you know, it's automated nice, but in a very, very limited way. And if you start looking at. How a I can be infused into your workforce. It really creates. Like you said a need to reimagined redesign what the role of each person is within that organization giving the example, a couple of clients, I have our AI companies that focus on the sales effort. And if you look at the technology in that, and what AI is doing in, in sales automation, is that AI is really becoming almost a manager of sales people, and traditionally of thinking of technology is, is that it takes over initially, the lower tasks, and works its way up the value chain. But if you look at how sales to Mason is working at tells you, you know where the opportunity is wind to call, what to say things that typically sales managers do in an org chart would be higher up. But you have to have an understanding of AI to re imagine then these. Sales department. What are your thoughts on that yet? I have. I mean, the vision that you've just described is, is spot-on in all vision of AI. Is it should be in old men -ted intelligence? It should all the intelligence of the practitioner, not as it would place the practitioner. So we have this vision. The if you could take, you know, the top expert in, you'll organization, you know, the top seller the top project manager the practitioner, and you engineer than knowledge you capture it on all the data. Upon which they make the decisions and then turn into an intelligence supports solution. Then you can take your average employees average manages your average sellers and you can turn them immediately into talk Sella's talk performance. So we joke often the Waylon showing this age where human resources almost becomes super human resources. You've got this Mahboob superhero, you know, you're taking a pay to park when you're turning into a Spiderman, because you'll giving him special pounds, intelligent insights, that he's not previously had. So that's the vision in if you can catch your that day to automated provide insights in the palm of a manages hand than they make foster moment. Teller Geant data data fueled decisions that they've not been able to take before on. That's the that's the vision. Yeah, no, that's that's great vision. But let me ask you this. So who within the organization when you're when you're in your talent transformation business unit on the cousin and works at company XYZ? Is that HR that is that, that you're helping think through those issues of that a human augmentation, that Peter Parker spider, man? Clark Kent to superman type of transformation than than we defining the roles moving forward. So they can, you know train higher upskill their workforce. Well, I mean innocence, it's every single senior leader in the organization. Let me just take you out the commercial context. Stop we started this journey with Watson, I by looking at, on college, and helping some of the talk in Kansas specialists. Analyze all of the vast data that exists around in research studies. Test results. The lightest academic research into into cancer worldwide absorbing all of that into a decision support to that would provide a Kansas specialist with his some recommended treatment plans for your particular patient, based on their symptoms and based on that on that condition. Now when you take that and say, well, you go into action who need support to make the decisions, the procurement officer a finance manager, a Sella someone on the factory floor Assias person on the front line, a cashier a wealth manager a trade. It's anyone in the organization who's making decisions on the basis of data. I can help transform that task. Now, of course, we're also working with chop professionals because eight John professions gotta make decisions about who to hire who to promote. What learning to invest in how to deploy people how to manage their performance, how to pay people who to keep an who to let go? So in every single business process in every single stage of the decision in every element of the life, psycho. There is a decision that I can support. So let me ask you this what we touched on this a little bit ago about the fear of workers in this. But, you know. Eric Schmidt from Google, which is interviewed yesterday. And he said that a is gonna have a tremendous impact on jobs by creating millions of them. Right. And I tend to agree with that I, I do not buy into the apocalyptic view that. Where the jobs are going to disappear. But and so the vision that you have of which I agree with, you know, sort of taking the best of the best within the organization in creating superheroes out of everybody oftentimes, that's not communicated effectively to employees when appointees here. Hey, we're going through digital transformation with AI automation. They here pretty soon. I'm gonna have a pink slip. And I'm gonna be home looking for a job, which is necessarily true. Like you said every job will change one hundred percent not necessarily dissappear. So how do you see companies, what are some success stories at UC of companies in what best practices to communicate that strategy that you laid out to the employee's? Yet, a number of companies dressed, this dress this well, in IBM, for example, we feel that we as a corporation leading in this space, have a responsibility actually, to help, not just unemployed, not just dot clients. But in fact, in the next generation of workers, so people at school today to prepare themselves for IN fused world now, that means in the cooeperation think need to influence, governments academia, and the education system, so that we can start to prepare people for world in which first of all, I is, is, is, is pervasive pervasive in every single process, but also for world where they gonna constantly learn so the, the model of the professions, whereby you learn scale when you're at school or university, and then spend the next thirty forty years practicing it is dead. We need to help. All workers. Whether they're working in our will is Asian future workers, who account at school in university. We need to prepare them for world where they are going to be learning constantly until they die. Because that is the right at which the world is going to be changing, so moving on, let's talk about this IBM garage. How does how does it work into your division? How does that has that empower companies that you work with to sort of a chief, this culture of innovation transformation at cetera yet? So the basic print support of the garage is, is founded on Laputa to ration- and co creation. So rapid each ration-. I you develop things really quickly, you test them out, and you produce a minimum viable proposition, so rather than taking three or four months to produce a solution. What you do is you get all of the experts together in a room. I a couple of days. You authentified pine point you rapidly solution it. And then you have technical process data and AI experts in the room to rapidly mockup a solution. And then within twenty four hours or within a week. You come back, and you test it and the second principle is co creation. It is not just about getting a team of experts SME's in room. You get uses you get manages, you get participant. You get people who actually going to be doing the job Dane day out, and you say, how could this make your life better? How could it in which the experience? How could how could it help you do your job, more effectively faster? And with a lot more meaning for you, as I work or as a manager. So gallant brings all of these people together and says, let's work false. Let's build something less. Let's test it. And if it doesn't work we did shit. We start again and the great thing about co creation is the you then have to spend less time actually rolling town because the uses are Woody there with you. They've built into the vision, they've had same what the solution looks like they've helped you think through the implementation and they're ready to use it. And an promoted to their colleagues, give me an example of how that would be used in the tone transformation business. Right. So talent and transformation business we would go to a night, jaw function. Let's say I'm one of the areas they might be struggling way these well, we don't seem to have problems, recruiting people, but a biggest problem seems to be on boarding, you know, they join, and it takes people a month, a couple of months before they actually start contributing, and we, we start to get any value, backbone them. So we want to redesign on voting process, and we want to do that, so that. So the people are productive and contributing and engaged from day one. So what we would do is we would bring together all of the people in an organization who touched the on boarding process, and actually most organiz ation that, that's not just the HR function, that does the briefing on day, one in is the finance team that make sure that the person gets paid. It's the IT team who make sure that they should have relevant kit. An apostle. It's the estate steam, make sure they a desk and indeed security, poss- would to get in on the first day. And so what we do is, we would then run design thinking workshop based on a gallant print suppo- to say, let's design that on boarding process so that on day, one people have all of the, the kits the access of the cloudy, while responsibility on by day two in the network. They are performing, let me ask you this, how how you how is? IBM leveraging AI within its products to help HR departments become more effective across recruiting on boarding coaching et cetera. Yes. So we started this journey three three or four years ago when all see Jaro Diane gas and said, we wanted to embed coconut, I technologies digital mobile technologies and robotic process automation in all of on end to end. I trout processes, so everything from a recruiting or talent acquisition to talent development employing, gauge -ment in salary and compensation. So we have around thirty or so technologies or applications that we use to do everything from help manages Mike salary decisions in the annual soccer too. What level of of increasing gang to give to their employees? Not just on the basis of their performance. But on the basis of the risk of attrition, what skills, they've go, whether their skills are in demand. How expensive it is to get those skills in the market. We absorb all of that data, and we have a onto the recommends manages, what salary increase I should give IBM's have access to a Watson career coach that gives him advice on how they can shot career within IBM looking at where people with similar skills to me have gone in the organization and then making recommendations as to what learning programs I need to on the tight in order to progress. My career, we also have the looks across the entire organization and infers skills. I've got on the basis of what I'm working on. What performance assessments, I have received articles of written? I've written a walk project, submissions completed. A within infer and give a picture of all of the skills, we have a what level of proficiency across our and we always we also used recruiting prices. So recruiters have tools that we'd have our see as on automatically rank them against the skills requisition of job, so into end we all using AI in the employees lot soccer. Before we go. I'd love to give you an opportunity if there's any last piece of advice, you'd have for Chr rose, who are embarking down this digital transformation. A infused journey. Yet. My advice would be look staunch now. Stunk quickly experiment with an area where you got a pain point in your common employees launch psycho. It's right rapidly and co create with your workforce. Get your workforce in involve get some of your manages your employees involved in the process, and then build a minimum viable proposition that you can roll out initially small, and then you can scou- rapidly. But the key thing is get started go fast and don't be afraid of failure end. Andy, it's been a pleasure. Thanks for joining us. It's been great to join you. Thanks for having me on the show. I hope you learn much as I did today and that you found this valuable and don't forget that if you like when I'm doing following on soundcloud, and connect with me on Lincoln. See you next time.
The Scandal Catching Up to Justin Trudeau
"When someone for his you a picture of Justin Trudeau hugging panda or Justin Trudeau like trying to get a high five from an English. Prince like, what do you think? It's it's just I'm maybe more cynical than most. But it's been it's been interesting to watch the conversation kind of come along to my snarky and sometimes shitty. Outlook of the world. I was deeply suspicious of the sky from the beginning. This is Jesse Brown. He runs a website called canon land. He's Canadian and he's got a lot to say about Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the scandal. He's dealing with right now. I was suspicious because I went to the same university is him and he's a few years older than me. And I heard from a professor of mine that he used to rollerblade to class, and that's all needed to know about them. Make use his vision. He's just you know, there's a certain kind of wealthy and entitled Canadian royalty. Who kind of you know, they can kind of for a few years. Look a little rough around the edges and. Sale the right things and make certain gestures towards progressive politics things like that. But a young prince of Canada, he you know, he is the establishment. If there's one thing Jesse Brown wants, you to know it's that Justin Trudeau has done a lot of work to shape the way, you think about him. If you Google around you're gonna find photos of Trudeau doing yoga boxing dressed up like Clark Kent on Halloween. He's sort of unbuttoned his shirt a little bit. So you can see the superman logo underneath. That image. It has a way of distracting from his political pedigree. When Jesse says Trudeau is a young prince of Canada. He means it just introduce father Pierre was prime minister for more than fifteen years from a Canadian perspective. Here was someone who was born into a liberal party that has corporate connections going back. Many generations that has I think a system of crony capitalism that Justin Trudeau and his administration inherited, and that is sort of the natural tongue of this guy. And so we got something very different than what was advertised both here and around the world, I didn't even know that Justin Trudeau was the son of a prime minister. Frankly, I think a lot of Americans don't it's just a part of being Canadian, you know. To to accept that. We know so much more about you guys that you know, about us, and I think Canada is an important rhetorical device to Americans in the American political discourse more than it's real country. And it's convenient to have this neighbor who seemed to be living proof that it's possible to have a more progressive and multicultural society that it's possible to have a less partisan vitriolic public discourse. And it's a convenient thing for various Canadian governments to be thought of as this. You know, very polite. Nice kind gentle modern country on the world stage. And that just provides an incredible amount of cover for the reality of Canada. Right now, the reality of Canada is on full display today. Jesse's going to explain the scandal that is rocking prime minister Justin Trudeau s- administration. And why it bends everything you thought you knew about Canada? This story involves a private fifty cent concert millions of dollars of bribes. And what happens next could test the limits of inclusive government,
"clark kent" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"There would not be confidence that an audience would be willing to go along with this ride and there'd be a desire to have just more stuff painted in. And there's some things which are in twenty nineteen. We would make some different choices. And so I think you know, this doesn't pass the back del task. There's no other female characters. You'd wanna have some other sense of who buttercup is sort of have her do something or takes agency. There's a moment. The fire swamp Bush just falls alive, and it's it's not it's not a greatest moments you stick coax at it. Yeah. Kind of but not. Especially seems anemic too deeply anemic. Yeah. And also, let's not forget the moment where Wesley threatens to slap her across the face. That's not a good moment. Not doesn't hold up problematic. As the kids say also that that is a moment that I never really bought. In other words, Wesley comes back to save her. But he's really angry at her because she's wants to marry guy because she wasn't loyal. But why would she be loyal? He was I mean that makes no sense his anger. There makes no sense. It's a bit of a false. It's one situations where in a book where we believe that. She doesn't really see who is. But because we can see a very, oh, it's him. He's back. Well, yeah. I mean, it's a Clark Kent thing going on. Yeah. Sure. The the mask does not the the penpal gorgeous -ness of young Carol was by the way how beautiful or those two pizzas. So. Slow motion walking the two of them when they're just looking at each other on the farm like, oh, my it's crazy the same species. There from heaven. Right. Glowing angels. And they're still both good. Look, I think people like that stay good-looking literally until they're dead. But yes that that thing does not work. And I think you're right that in general this movie has a hard time getting made today because all movies of a hard time getting today, and there is a just a wears its innocence on its sleeve it wears its fairytale on its sleeve. There's no reason to cast a big movie star in it because the characters are unchallenging it's actually more like some of the spoof stuff..
"clark kent" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"We had a discussion in the patron group, and I didn't give him my full answer. But I know he wants us pinned down on the. No hemming in Hong here. But for the first part of the question, I I don't know if my downfall was his concern. Or if it was how he handled that concern because he addressed it by adopting that persona of the rich guy who just wanted to have an adventure. And I think his problem was that he overestimated his ability to overcome this final tribal council. We've already talked about that several times on this podcast alone. And you know, we talked about it and why Nick one and even a week earlier in my predictions. Too many opinions and votes are locked in by that point. And it's just too late. You can't come in and say, hi, you all thought I was Clark Kent. But really, I'm superman. No clark. Just put your glasses on come on. You're just embarrassing yourself. You know, so. I don't know that that ever would've worked. But with that said, I don't know if he would have made it that far without adopting a persona so to win I think he would have needed to change something after getting far, but before final tribal council, you know, kind of coming out midway or closer to the end kind of like Nick amped it up on his challenges and one three in a row. Mike would have needed to do something. Like that to say look here. I am I've been playing this whole time. Now, that's interesting. But I also have to say Mike wouldn't have been cast on the show if he hadn't been Mike white because how many guys of his age and physical stature have we seen on recent survivor seasons. And that's true. I mean there couple, but not many and from the get-go people on the outside were saying he was only there because he knew Jeff Probst. And he had been on the amazing race. And I agree. He didn't go through the same casting process. Everyone else. Did he didn't just send in a random video and happened to get picked by a casting person? We know that..