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Jan. 6 panel subpoenas McCarthy, four other GOP lawmakers

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jan. 6 panel subpoenas McCarthy, four other GOP lawmakers

"The the the the house house house house panel panel panel panel investigating investigating investigating investigating last last last last year's year's year's year's capital capital capital capital riot riot riot riot has has has has issued issued issued issued subpoenas subpoenas subpoenas subpoenas to to to to five five five five colleagues colleagues colleagues colleagues including including including including the the the the house's house's house's house's Republican Republican Republican Republican leader leader leader leader it's it's it's it's an an an an extraordinary extraordinary extraordinary extraordinary step step step step with with with with little little little little precedent precedent precedent precedent subpoenas subpoenas subpoenas subpoenas for for for for five five five five sitting sitting sitting sitting members members members members of of of of Congress Congress Congress Congress including including including including house house house house GOP GOP GOP GOP chief chief chief chief Kevin Kevin Kevin Kevin McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy investigators investigators investigators investigators have have have have been been been been looking looking looking looking into into into into his his his his conversations conversations conversations conversations with with with with then then then then president president president president trump trump trump trump as as as as the the the the riot riot riot riot unfolded unfolded unfolded unfolded less less less less than than than than a a a a week week week week after after after after the the the the insurrection insurrection insurrection insurrection McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy had had had had said said said said trump trump trump trump bared bared bared bared some some some some responsibility responsibility responsibility responsibility he he he he should should should should have have have have immediately immediately immediately immediately denounced denounced denounced denounced the the the the mob mob mob mob when when when when he he he he saw saw saw saw what what what what was was was was unfolding unfolding unfolding unfolding the the the the panel panel panel panel wants wants wants wants to to to to know know know know about about about about McCarthy's McCarthy's McCarthy's McCarthy's talks talks talks talks with with with with trump trump trump trump before before before before during during during during and and and and after after after after the the the the riot riot riot riot along along along along with with with with the the the the details details details details on on on on meetings meetings meetings meetings the the the the four four four four other other other other subpoenaed subpoenaed subpoenaed subpoenaed lawbreakers lawbreakers lawbreakers lawbreakers had had had had with with with with the the the the White White White White House House House House and and and and the the the the big big big big smoke smoke smoke smoke Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Jim Jim Jim Jim Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan and and and and Scott Scott Scott Scott Perry Perry Perry Perry the the the the subpoenas subpoenas subpoenas subpoenas come come come come as as as as the the the the committee committee committee committee prepares prepares prepares prepares for for for for public public public public hearings hearings hearings hearings this this this this summer summer summer summer Sager Sager Sager Sager make make make make Connie Connie Connie Connie at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House

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Biden OKs $800M in military aid to Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Biden OKs $800M in military aid to Ukraine

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CDC extends travel mask requirement to May 3 as COVID rises

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

CDC extends travel mask requirement to May 3 as COVID rises

"Public public public public transit transit transit transit riders riders riders riders will will will will have have have have to to to to keep keep keep keep wearing wearing wearing wearing masks masks masks masks for for for for at at at at least least least least another another another another fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen days days days days the the the the nationwide nationwide nationwide nationwide requirement requirement requirement requirement for for for for public public public public transit transit transit transit was was was was due due due due to to to to expire expire expire expire next next next next Monday Monday Monday Monday but but but but amid amid amid amid an an an an uptick uptick uptick uptick in in in in covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen cases cases cases cases the the the the CDC CDC CDC CDC is is is is expanding expanding expanding expanding it it it it Intel Intel Intel Intel may may may may third third third third saying saying saying saying that that that that will will will will give give give give it it it it more more more more time time time time to to to to study study study study the the the the sub sub sub sub variant variant variant variant now now now now responsible responsible responsible responsible for for for for the the the the vast vast vast vast majority majority majority majority of of of of U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. cases cases cases cases the the the the TSA TSA TSA TSA which which which which enforces enforces enforces enforces the the the the mask mask mask mask rule rule rule rule for for for for planes planes planes planes buses buses buses buses trains trains trains trains and and and and transit transit transit transit hubs hubs hubs hubs extended extended extended extended the the the the requirement requirement requirement requirement last last last last month month month month saying saying saying saying fed fed fed fed the the the the CDC CDC CDC CDC hope hope hope hope to to to to roll roll roll roll out out out out a a a a more more more more flexible flexible flexible flexible strategy strategy strategy strategy to to to to replace replace replace replace the the the the nation nation nation nation wide wide wide wide mandate mandate mandate mandate the the the the CDC CDC CDC CDC now now now now says says says says it it it it wants wants wants wants to to to to see see see see whether whether whether whether the the the the increase increase increase increase in in in in cases cases cases cases leads leads leads leads to to to to a a a a rise rise rise rise in in in in hospitalizations hospitalizations hospitalizations hospitalizations deaths deaths deaths deaths and and and and other other other other outcomes outcomes outcomes outcomes before before before before announcing announcing announcing announcing a a a a less less less less restrictive restrictive restrictive restrictive policy policy policy policy Sager Sager Sager Sager made made made made Connie Connie Connie Connie at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House

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Biden tapping oil reserve for 6 months to control gas prices

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Biden tapping oil reserve for 6 months to control gas prices

"President president Biden Biden is is taking taking a a step step he he says says could could provide provide Americans Americans nearly nearly immediate immediate relief relief from from high high gas gas prices prices I I know know guided guided gas gas prices prices are are painful painful I I get get it it as as prices prices at at the the pump pump have have soared soared to to the the president's president's approval approval rating rating has has fallen fallen sharply sharply he's he's blaming blaming the the rise rise on on Russia's Russia's Ukraine Ukraine invasion invasion but but says says American American budget budget should should not not be be left left to to the the whims whims of of a a dictator dictator so so he's he's announcing announcing the the release release of of a a million million barrels barrels of of oil oil a a day day for for six six months months from from the the nation's nation's strategic strategic petroleum petroleum reserve reserve which which he he says says will will make make a a gallon gallon of of gas gas cheaper cheaper could could come come down down fairly fairly significantly significantly could could come come down down the the better better part part of of you you know know anything anything from from ten ten cents cents to to thirty thirty five five cents cents a a gallon gallon this this unknown unknown the the president's president's also also calling calling for for Congress Congress to to punish punish oil oil and and gas gas companies companies that that lease lease public public lands lands without without actually actually producing producing any any energy energy Sager Sager mag mag Connie Connie at at the the White White House House

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Biden: "Severe consequences" for Putin if he attacks Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Biden: "Severe consequences" for Putin if he attacks Ukraine

"President president Biden Biden says says he's he's made made clear clear to to Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin that that Russia Russia would would pay pay a a strong strong price price if if he he decides decides to to invade invade Ukraine Ukraine the the president president says says there there were were no no minced minced words words during during their their two two hour hour chat chat yesterday yesterday that that he he politely politely told told who who wouldn't wouldn't there there would would be be severe severe consequences consequences for for an an invasion invasion economic economic consequences consequences like like not not he's he's ever ever seen seen but but asked asked if if he'd he'd said said American American troops troops need need to to stop stop Russia Russia that that is is not not on on the the table table noting noting the the U. U. S. S. is is obligated obligated to to protected protected NATO NATO allies allies if if they're they're attacked attacked but but not not Ukraine Ukraine which which is is not not in in the the alliance alliance Putin Putin wants wants guarantees guarantees Ukraine Ukraine will will never never be be a a member member of of the the president's president's promising promising talks talks with with Moscow Moscow and and allies allies to to address address concerns concerns about about NATO's NATO's expansion expansion Sager Sager made made Connie Connie at at the the Pentagon Pentagon

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Omicron variant may have reached Europe earlier than thought

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Omicron variant may have reached Europe earlier than thought

"President president Biden's Biden's top top medical medical advisories advisories warning warning against against jumping jumping to to conclusions conclusions about about the the new new coronavirus coronavirus variants variants on on a a host host of of issues issues the the effect effect of of this this variant variant on on transmission transmission severity severity of of disease disease and and how how well well current current vaccines vaccines treatments treatments work work Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci says says it'll it'll likely likely be be a a few few weeks weeks before before there there are are answers answers and and he's he's cautioning cautioning against against putting putting stock stock in in early early reports reports be be careful careful about about bread bread crumbs crumbs it it may may not not tell tell you you what what kind kind a a loaf loaf of of bread bread you you have have for for now now there there are are no no reported reported cases cases in in the the US US and and the the White White House House says says federal federal regulators regulators believe believe current current testing testing we'll we'll be be able able to to detect detect Omicron Omicron if if and and when when it it arrives arrives here here Sager Sager mag mag Connie Connie Washington Washington

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Man earns Ph.D., fulfills dream of being physicist — at 89

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Man earns Ph.D., fulfills dream of being physicist — at 89

"In eighty nine year old Rhode Island man has finally achieved something he's dreamed up nearly his whole life Manfred Steiner had always been fascinated by physics but instead went into medicine after retiring in two thousand I really don't want to spend my life just sitting around so he enrolled at Brown University and after nearly two decades of classes I made it Steiner earned a PhD in physics this was the most gratifying point in my life his advice to others if there's something you want to do go ahead try it now that he has Steiner hopes to catch on as a research assistant I'm not looking for a paid job you know that's still I'm Sager made Connie

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US mandates vaccines or tests for big companies by Jan. 4

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

US mandates vaccines or tests for big companies by Jan. 4

"Tens of millions of Americans are now facing a deadline for either being vaccinated against Kobe nineteen or getting weekly tests new government rules are now in effect for companies with one hundred or more employees covering about eighty four million people they must get vaccinated by January fourth warface weekly tests the occupational safety and health administration says companies that do not comply could be fined nearly fourteen thousand dollars per violation another seventeen million people who work in nursing homes hospitals and facilities getting money from Medicare and Medicaid have no testing option they must be vaccinated more than two dozen GOP state officials have already said they will challenge the rules Sager made Connie Washington

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US economy slowed to a 2% rate last quarter in face of COVID

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

US economy slowed to a 2% rate last quarter in face of COVID

"Rising coated nineteen cases and supply shortages led to an economic slowdown last quarter it was the weakest quarterly growth since the pandemic recession started last year the economy slowed to a two percent annual rate between July and September after six plus percent rates the previous two quarters but with virus cases now dropping and more Americans venturing out many economists predict a return to six percent growth or even better this quarter meantime jobless benefit claims fell to a pandemic low last week Sager made Connie Washington

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Fauci says U.S. needs to aim for controlling COVID-19 as cases drop

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Fauci says U.S. needs to aim for controlling COVID-19 as cases drop

"As the nation continues struggling with the virus pandemic Dr Anthony Fauci is laying out a map for what should come next felt she says eliminating a highly transmissible virus like covert nineteen may never happen we've only a radic Katie one that was smallpox instead will looking for a level of control of the virus may be about ten thousand cases a day but not interfering with normal daily life while case numbers are dropping they were still higher than ninety thousand we need to get that courage to go much further down and there's only one way to get there it's vaccination felt she notes about a third of eligible Americans are not vaccinated Sager made Connie at the White House

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Delta variant and worker shortage keep a lid on job growth

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Delta variant and worker shortage keep a lid on job growth

"September's jobs growth was the lowest of any month of this year as many companies continued struggling to fill millions of open positions employers added just one hundred ninety four thousand jobs the second straight tepid game and the fewest since they cut jobs in December the job survey was taken in early September when delta very in cases were rising the virus still dominates every single month of economic activity grants the wind chief economist Diane Swonk was among those forecasting a much bigger game still president Biden is touting real progress noting a sharp unemployment rate dropped to four point eight percent maybe done seem fast enough I'd like to see it faster we're going to make it faster the jobless rate fell in part because while more people found jobs fewer looked for work despite a record high job openings Sager made Connie Washington

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Merck says experimental pill cuts worst effects of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Merck says experimental pill cuts worst effects of COVID-19

"A drug maker says it will soon ask health officials to authorize use of a new people that could be a major advance in fighting cove in nineteen Burke says it's experimental peel cuts covert nineteenth worst effects reducing hospitalizations and deaths by half in those recently infected if cleared it would be the first to kill showed to treat covered nineteen all other therapies now authorized in the U. S. require an IV or injections health experts have long called for a convenient pill patients could take when they first get symptoms similar to how they can take Tamiflu to help fight the flu other companies are studying similar drugs Sager made Connie Washington

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The Taliban Must Deal With These Leaders to Avoid Civil War

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | 8 months ago

The Taliban Must Deal With These Leaders to Avoid Civil War

"Jona goldberg wrote a great book. A couple years ago we talked about the big man theory. In every failed state big man emerges usually the guy with the most guns skinny teenagers and maybe out of that state grows. Do you expect a civil war in afghanistan admiral after a period of time when these tribes fall back to what these tribes have always done which fight each other when they don't fight the west certainly. That's the long in unfortunate history of afghanistan. The taliban are still you know two three weeks into this thing playing their version of taliban two point oh. I saw some shots yesterday of connie the minister of the interior. Who's who has between five and ten million dollar bounty on his head depending on who you talk to a pure terrorist. A dark figure yet. He's walking around kabul effectively handing out candy in the streets. He's being kind and charming and smiling. That's kind of the face of the taliban at the moment if they keep that up. I think they've got a shot at avoiding of major breakdown if they revert to their old practices. It's civil war right around the corner. Because the northern alliance's that big trips to the north. They don't want to be ruled by the pashtoons in the south Unfortunately i would suspect. That is the future of afghanistan. we ought to care for the reasons we just talked about you. Which are that leads to ungoverned spaces that leads to the rise of al qaeda that provides safehaven to slavic state That's what we need to avoid being surprised on all the more reason that we maintain an intelligence capability in afghanistan. As difficult as. that's going to be.

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Taliban: Women can study in gender-segregated universities

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Taliban: Women can study in gender-segregated universities

"The Taliban have announced that women in Afghanistan will be allowed to continue to study in universities what's with segregated classrooms and Islamic dress as compulsory meshes the announcement came as council's foreign minister arrived in Kabul the highest profile visitors since the Taliban announced then you can trim cabinets the minister for higher education of the Bacchae how Connie unveiled the new policies to the media a few days after new or male government was phones any female students who continues as studies because I think he's out he's not make Everett has no problem with them the world has been watching closely to see to what extent the Taliban might act differently from the first time in power in the late nineteen nineties during that era girls and women with tonight in education and were excluded from public life I'm Karen Thomas

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Biden requiring federal workers to get COVID shot

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Biden requiring federal workers to get COVID shot

"President Biden will require federal workers and contractors to be vaccinated against Kobe nineteen as he boosts efforts to fight the surging delta variant it's part of the president's six part plan to address rising cases are over arching objective here is to reduce the number of unvaccinated Americans there of course eighty million unvaccinated Americans at this point time spokeswoman Jen Psaki says federal workers and contractors will have about seventy five days to get fully vaccinated those who do not will get counseling and discipline man might be fired the president also expected to outline plans for boosting virus testing in schools Sager made Connie at the White House

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Pentagon Chief: Al-Qaida May Seek Comeback in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Pentagon Chief: Al-Qaida May Seek Comeback in Afghanistan

"The Pentagon's chief says al Qaeda may seek a come back in Afghanistan L. A. U. S. forces have left them the Taliban are again in power defense secretary Lloyd Austin says that's just the nature of all Qaeda and others like the Islamic state group they will always attempt to to find space to to grow and regenerate whether it's there whether it's in Somalia where the rich and any on any other on governor's race speaking to reporters as he ended a Persian Gulf states tour Austin says the U. S. is ready to prevent it all kind of come back and as war the Taliban not to again give the militant sanctuaries like they did before nine eleven Sager man Connie Washington

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The Taliban's New Government Includes Hardliners and a Designated Terrorist

Here & Now

01:45 min | 9 months ago

The Taliban's New Government Includes Hardliners and a Designated Terrorist

"Activists afghanistan are asking world leaders not to recognize the new interim afghan government. There are no women in the taliban cabinet. It even includes an extremist on the fbi's most wanted list a far cry from the inclusive. Moderate leadership mini had wanted for more. On what this all means. We're joined by. Npr's jackie northam in islamabad pakistan. Jackie welcome thank you very much. This new interim government is made up of a lot of the old guard. Tell us who they are. You're right. I mean there are a lot of familiar faces here That have been with the taliban from many many years. The new head of the afghanistan's government interim head is a man named muhammad hassan. A koon and he's considered a hard liner. You absolutely he from kandahar. Which is the birthplace of the taliban and he's held various leadership roles over the years including foreign minister and deputy prime minister when the tel ban ruled afghanistan in the nineties. So he's got experience Updo ghani batard on this is interesting. He heads the talibans political officer. He's going to be the interim deputy prime minister but this was a a surprise. He was really Widely expected to lead the taliban government a couple others You know there's the son of mullah omar who founded the taliban. He's now the in term defense minister and then we have sirajjidin Connie who is basically on a wanted list with the us and the fbi and he has a you know a five million dollar bounty on his head so you know. Those are some of the people that we can expect that. Be running afghanistan on the next short while an maybe once. They finalize the government has well

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How Do You 'Normalize' Relations With the Taliban?!

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 9 months ago

How Do You 'Normalize' Relations With the Taliban?!

"Everything. I hear coming out of this white house. The state department is attempt to normalize the taliban and we also have talked about everything else. But but jim kalki normalize relations with the taliban. Here's the problem with trying to do that. Is is what you're doing is empowering and legitimizing them and what that will do is speed the the degree to which they will become a threat their relationship with al qaeda and the network and as you know the connie were were the people that originally insisted that the taliban invite bin laden to come to afghanistan they they span afghanistan and pakistan. They have a relationship with pakistani intelligence services these are or religious zealots and the taliban may not have the perfect relationship with it but they can't give them up explain why al qaeda and connie have to go back to afghanistan have to reconstitute their basis. Why is the twentieth anniversary. September the eleventh so important. What is there that goal right now and this gets to the key point. Why the administration's course of action is so incredibly dangerous that it is it is it is actually the beginning of the most dangerous phase of this crisis not the end of the crisis but the start of the really big scary crisis because once alka and they've already done this the day they touch back on afghan soil. They have one thing in mind only one thing they have to do. They have to have another nine eleven. They have to do it. And it has to be planned out about ghanistan. It's not like oh. We learned our lesson. Stick to terrorism or other places. The americans won't bother us again because honor is power and they have to regain their honor and they have to regain their respect and they have to fill the historic mission that the global jihad is alive and well and the way they do. That is twenty years after nine. Eleven they strike america in its heart again and they kill as many more. That is the gory that cannot be resisted. They have to do

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"connie" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

02:42 min | 10 months ago

"connie" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"And i really didn't think i was gonna do that. Show because i didn't wanna play the wife of coach football show and i thought that was notable football. Connie like nobody knew that it felt like to me. It felt like tv death row. Like okay. I'm signing away six years of my life to play the supporting character on the side on the sidelines. Literally but you know that show ended up being in so many ways Really rewarding and set the bar really high and you know and then i these other opportunities came along that i have felt so grateful for but also you know. It's funny like when i grew up. I lo i watch. Tv all the time. When i grew up i loved tv but at that time like when we grew up like they're they're like tv was very separate from movies and it felt like if you were a tv actor. You were very pigeonholed. Yup and you know what i mean. And so i always like when i had the audacity to dream about being an actor. Thank you barack. Obama for that one You know the i would. I would think to myself. I really love tv and i want to work on tv. But i don't wanna be pigeonholed. You know i want. I want to i you to be real careful about that but of course the the beginning you just wanna get a job and you know and i did love working in tv anyway. So after finalize. I really was like okay. I have to do something really different. Every everything every choice i made from now on has to be like a stretch in some way i have to like be stretching myself to taking a risk. I have to be doing something that feels out of my comfort zone like. I haven't done it before. Because that's the only way i'm not going to be pigeonholed you know and But and so. I think in that way i kind of set the bar pretty specific way for myself but then the other way that i think i learned a lot about about what i wanted to do from friday night lights was that show was a good example of how you can and reflect an you can reflect an audience back to itself in a way people really In it's weird. I i love audience feels seen by watching a show you know and it made me realize like a weakened play roles that actually can have a cultural impact..

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"connie" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"connie" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"For anyone else who wants to get up on the cork board. This episode is my dear friend. Connie britton who is just a brilliant actor. Omega connie is in just the coolest best stuff we have been friends for over twenty years and i it has been such a joy to watch her career just blossom and all these wonderful ways. Connie is currently on a show called white lotus. Which lydia and i have been watching every week and the love. That's on hbo. Max connie was also an american horror story and friday night lights to a million really fantastic credits and has also by the way. Just one of the coolest funniest people i know and also we're neighbors so we actually kinda joking at the beginning of the episode about how we could have just walked across the street to do this but we're just so in so in the mindset of doing zoom that we this was also a zoom zoom cast so thanks to connie for coming back to the podcast and also White lotus. i believe the first season. Finale is august. Fifteenth sunday august fifteenth. I'm fairly sure that that's That's the last episode and that's all available on hbo. Max i think since we recorded this podcast i believe it might have gotten a second season armor but think it might be a different cast in a different location so anyway you can go enjoy white lotus right. Hbo mags. thank you.

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"connie" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

Overthrowing Education

04:40 min | 10 months ago

"connie" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

"And now my conversation with connie i have a wonderful guest today. It's connie hamilton and she has served the field of education as a teacher. Instructional coach elementary and secondary principal and district curriculum director. She is the author of two books including her latest the bestseller hacking questions which we are definitely going to speak a lot about today. Connie is known for hands on practical approaches to solving instructional snafus and she's often referred to as the questioning guru. Connie has a unique ability to coach administrators teachers to guide them through reflection and professional discovery. So welcome connie. I'm so happy to have you here. Thank you. I'm really excited to be here. I'll some well first of all. I wanted just I love the title of your book hacking questions. Can you tell us just a little bit about what it is and so forth on your inspiration for it. Sure of course. So hacking questions is part of the hack learning series. It's book number. Twenty three in the series and so it follows a pattern of looking at a specific problem in this case in regard to questioning and that verb of how we deliver questions and then provides a possible solution and then walks readers through how to implement that solution. What is some pushback so in theory things often sound really great on paper but when you go to put them to use in the classroom sometimes you have those. Yeah but kind of thing. So there's a whole section that addresses that as well and each chapter focuses on a different a different hack or a different problem in regards to questioning so for example. What happens when you pose. A question. Could say i don't know there's a whole chapter that's related to that. So that's a little bit about hacking questions that's awesome. I wanna come back to that dealing with the. I don't know answers a little bit later. 'cause i think that's so important we get that a lot right but but let's just look at the overall picture like why are good questions so important and if you anybody who's followed my work at all no i am like this questions are everything to me. That's why i was so excited to be here with you..

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"Welcome back. It's Connie five-year unstoppable The week of the cutting edge show I. We have this an exciting guest on the show this week. When I started looking through information she lack two years ago when I was gone through. Menopause OB- The answer I gotTa sign up for this program immediately soon as I hang up to the site planning for this arrived. And she's a mom she's a wife she's Obgyn a physician and entrepreneur and she has voted her her life to women's health The biggest complaints that she was hearing from her patients at happening myself that category because it was weight gate going through menopause and then she realized that eating less exercise was not the answer and that led her to developing a real revolutionary program called Galveston. Die which is helping women beach their health and wellness co- oils who anti inflammatory approach to nutrition. Now those of you that have around Mike. Show lobban in doing this eight years so you you listening to me because I'm in my in my own family is out there as myself included. You know where the triathlons were running always at the gym and but then I was back on this show. Why this way why why why why I'm going through. Laws are always at the Jimmy. Everybody sees me at the Jimbohannon Capote wines you pay. Just sit here crying now. Finding out that there really is a pitcher for this. The one Dr Mary Clare Aver near Clare. Wherever you and your she she is why. I have a group like Michael. I try my ladies uninsured. Ladies husbands who are GONNA be thanking. You know that this is available available even my husband. You know he like something you can do because he carried on planning life. Why is this happening so so tell me more about what is this? Galveston diner. Thanks for having me to be here. Share with your time. All about cows died You know I'll give you a little background. I am GonNa Begin like you said and I had listened to patients for years. I started practicing medicine in my twenties. Had Babies in my thirties and would have patients aging their kids and they went on through life. Rossi's and it was this universal complaint nearly universal women when he started hitting their forties mid-forties miss paid. Hey what's going on? I don't understand I'm doing the same thing. I'm eating the same working out the same and all of a sudden I seem to be gaining weight and a lot of it. I middle aired this time from grab their ballots and shake them at me during their woman exam and I would sadly this is embarrassing that I would take a deep breath and have them on the knee and say oh you know just workout morning last year you know. You're getting older. You're probably doing shortcuts. You not realizing it and you're probably enjoying life a little more. Have a little more wind than the other? It wasn't until it started happening to me. I was like a light bulb went off and I thought Oh my gosh I told those patients. I patronize us. Patients all those years tab him on many took a you roll my eyes internally and my turn inch you know my brother. Sadly about years ago passed away right near the women. Positives them for a long time. The death part was very sudden in star went through this process and everything out the window surviving on goldfish in glasses of wine. And I the goldfish crackers. Not Actual spent on punish shows does of young lunch. No new MKX. My kids go suddenly disappear and at the end of that grief process when I woke up and said okay. It's time to get on with your life. I was about twenty pounds heavier than we're at enjoy latch and most of it in my middle like. I looked pregnant and was just okay. You know go back to the Jim. Calorie restrict downloading APPs really counting the calories by ours and scoops shakes and doing all the seven year at lose a couple of ounce but it would just come right back on nightside and like you said it's your About the husband's works overseas so he would be getting on the plane for a long trek. And I'd say when you get back you're going to have the white you deserve and Iras coversation students. My husband travels quite a bit to. How would do this? Why Your Guy? Can you get back? And he's like I have the wife I deserve. I love you no matter what whatever. But you're going crazy. Now I mean I get up and pee in the night as we all know forties or fifties now and way myself like it was that and finally. I'm like this is not so I I'm a scientist. I'M GONNA figure this out so march down to the nutrition department at University. I worked with that. And I'm like guys. Why is this happening in Malaysia? And they said no no. We do studies on athletes and the elderly and if you astronauts because we're attached to NASA right and We've nothing for you and I go come on come on. There's gotta be something so we started calling the data and looking for patterns. There weren't like okay. Let's sign up all these fifty year old women and whatever meet the edge doesn't exist so we have to extrapolate than what I have seen on my reading. Was this inflammation inflammation inflammation on my be. Okay I know that just the aging process that you know the deeper I just aging causes inflammation. Menopause Causes Inflammation have triple awake Belly Fat There's this perfect storm that's happening to us. Women's specifically with the Middle Weight Gain and hormones on top of just getting older. That is just put you in the swirling vortex and in everything speeding. Keep that several it. We make a copy. It we call it our MUFFIN. Top yes the MUFFIN. Tops getting bigger vigor. And so I was like okay. Stop the insanity. Can we do to find inflammation and the more I learn the more I studied. I from what I read in. I get more and more exciting. One article would lead to the next and I'd look at that referencing sh and all of a sudden. I'm like okay. There's a distinct pattern emerging one. Something to intermittent fasting. So there's three components got what accounts indict one was the data coming out on intermittent. Fasting blew my mind. Most of it stemmed from Dhaka Mark Madsen Studies on neuro degenerative disease in the Elderly Norton Alzheimer's and dementia and written extensively on it in I H France. And he's not a fancy person he doesn't make a ton of money. But if you do nothing after this talk Google Mark Mattson. Nih and anti-inflammatory Way His talks. It's so fascinating and it's such a simple practice in. It's really easy from us. Okay definitely were doing this. And just see what happens. Second-phase was when you look at the treatment of acute inflammation next when we step on a nail virus we not chronic inflammation now low grade under the radar degradation of our organ systems livers. Getting taken a hit. Blood vessels are taking a hit. You Know Sam. The ten leading causes of death in women are all chronic inflammation base. The treatment is nutrition. There's no pills. There's no medications. There's no pharmacy is all simply nutrition base adding in lots and lots of things that naturally decrease information cut out the crap cut. Excuse me cutting out the things that we know cause inflammation so that's component to a deep dive into nutrition and the third thing is what I call fuel refocusing in this country. Most Americans mostly call a western Diet. We are completely addicted to simple added..

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"Away? Now, I I. So. We're running out of time. So what's what's next few? What's next Michael of it? When you much business. You know, the the best thing you can do is co launched another business with somebody. No. Yeah. Pray. Let's say you're out. You know, the, you know, you know, the one hundred one recipes of Rama noodles, you know, all of those. It's like, wow, that's back to college. Join days fans. How come pizzas aren't two bucks any more? What the heck, you know? It's like kids afford to live a, but for me, you'll couplings with the new breakfast leadership working with with leaders. You know, really help them get their life back. I mean, that's a big focus on than with the of the other organization. Primp Astrid consulting new based on our book launched in January. And did really really well on our first thing we were blown away by by the the reaction of the book, we were at to Anita conference in Toronto at the end of January in we're going to be in Boston at the brawl at a risk management conference. And we're we're talking with people, you know, the space on that one is we're seeing Stoute's seven ten people would quit their job if they were offered one today. And you look at that and go, whoa. Okay. That's that's catastrophic. Not only for that organization. But for society is a whole because there's no continuity in businesses to grow and create good products in the constant turnover than the quality of the products and services that we consume are going to decline, and we don't want that. So we need to figure out what is going on what what's the challenge here. So we work with organizations. Get a true picture of the challenges that people are facing when they come into work every day and people bring in all kinds of we like baggage you work, whether it's marital problems kid problems their caregiver. They're washing machines broken. They don't have any time off of work to get it scheduled to get fixed night are excuse all of these things in most of the steel with three or four things on a daily basis. Yes, we're coming into work. That's on our mind. The quality of her work is naturally impacted by this mushers, even then it's going to be impacted. So what happens is over time. If not addressed your performance is gonna drop a little bit. And then management's gonna notice that organization is aware of the challenges you're facing in your personal life. They're gonna be on your going. What's going on that in Sinoe? Next. The throw you on the performance improvement plan, and we all know where that ends up. So the about the door. Exactly. So all of a sudden, you have an employee that was good this going through some personal challenges in the end up getting thrown out the door because of personal challenge and this flushes out, and it gives organizations this is what's truly going on with your employees. And then those organizations can make a choice things. All right. If we adjust our benefits program to help our employees win these challenges can we reduce the turnover can we increase the morale? Can we change the culture of this organization because they'll tell you what a lunch and learn is not gonna make everybody happy. Ooh, let's do a staffer treat. Anyway, a not used to be what year hunting about that. That was in organization again was is the operative word in some wear along last dead. Kader's? So we've lost that already seeing products coming out, you know, that a bit less than what they should be. It also already already seen that. But I love the could continue the conversation. Some really great points on really great information that you're sharing, but we do need to go. Sorry. They're really been here. And so just proud of the work that you doing in really making that comeback and making it happen. I mean, you're the everyday guy. I mean, so many people in like you said seven out of people would jump out of the job today if they had the opportunity to so keep up doing great work that you do in. It's awesome. So if you wanna learn more about Michael and you want to stay in your job, check them out at breakfast, leadership dot com. And if he gets a check out his his spot cast, which is also records leadership. So really exciting stuff that we have here for Jimmy. So, but that is it that's all we have today. Now, I'm kinda fide recovering cease. We CEO myself re are moving ideas forward and keeping the passion of life activated. Check out our feature advertising. Just visit Connie fife show dot com for the advertising details,

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

07:21 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"The. We're obsessed with the Connie five show. It's about a lifestyle shift to move up or out JJ. Really? What makes you? It's about opening a new door to live your dream. P too early. It's about enjoying the journey. It's about keeping it real. Dan, Jamir years interviewing the did you were like this. It's all about you. Do stop taking shifts so serious the taking outrageous out late laugh. This these Connie fife show, we really union Airdrie. Airdrie? Now, your host, Connie fife. Hey, you're listening to the county five show and this is Connie five. So if you share this video, if you share this with your friends, your colleagues, let us know that you're doing what can be sending you some amazing giveaways, and we have so many things that we could be sending we have t shirts. We have autograph books. I know from our guest today he is willing to give away a free copy of three hundred sixty nine days, which is survive a year of worst case scenarios. Oh boy. I got a lot of those years. I could share. But make sure that you are sharing keep commenting remember share. And why are you listening? Why are you here listening to the county five show if you are looking to activate that career that you're currently in or you're ready to move on to another one? That's what we're all about. We're here to fill. Oh that sweet spot and help make that happen for you. So remember to share share share? So today's show we're gonna be talking about boundaries or burn out. Really? It's your choice. And like I said earlier, I have a lot of those years that I could be shared, but I learned a couple years ago, you really need to set those boundaries because you can burn out. It is definitely easy to burn out. Now, I guess today has over three decades serving fortune five hundred companies on small businesses to large really working in medical organizations. He's worked with the government negotiating expansion there some Bernal there we could talk about negotiating expansion of operations for Heine communities, and he's also certified in lean healthcare and advance health care system planning. He's also the off of the international bestseller preemptive strike, a leadership and three. Sixty nine three hundred sixty nine days, how to survive a year of worst case scenario, so three hundred sixty nine days. Michael levitt? Welcome to the county fight show credibility county. Hello, everybody. So okay. So three hundred sixty nine days. Yes. I joke. That's the house and not to spoil anything. But when they repossess the house. They they did it for days too late. If they would have done it in four days earlier would have been three hundred sixty five days and that lines up, but I will tell you this. When you do a book search for three hundred sixty nine days rise, a lot less competition than three hundred sixty five days. So it actually worked out to my favor. That's pretty good strategy to go. I worked with my not, right. Exactly. I should send a thank you note to the Bank. You know, thanks for waiting for days. Now. Hi. While you know, well, they may have done you favor. What I lost my job, my favorite all-time. Best job in corporate. I was devastated. But now I look back like, hey, thanks a lot. A heat has gave me a gift. This definitely is anytime that I've been using Jack Welsh term de- hired did work out for the better for me. I don't know so much about the other organizations. I'm that you'd have to ask them. But for me, it it it definitely in the long run made a lot of sense, and it really helped me go to the next level. And I think that's something that everyone should take account for in their own lives is using as an opportunity to to grow and really. Stephanie. It is it is that gift not to not gloat. But I just on that last week the organization that let me go almost twelve years ago are now on their search for their fifth. New CEO was like all. Did you apply? I was as to I was not this time. But I was asked last time when they were looking for their fourth if I would be interested in a play. I was like are you thinking getting me? Look like, I had a lobotomy droid a root canal right now. Now, I mean, I mean they gave me the gift because they ended up bringing me back six months later to consult with the new CEO. And that's really what led me down starting my own business was like, hey, I could do this. You know, just gave you that confidence. Because initially I was like walking around with my head. Am I asked? No, or I was going what I was going to do and drink Margaritas. And then when they call the nice new, okay, pay me, a lot of money, and that started down the path of to my coaching and consulting and doing all of that. But yeah, I mean, it really is. It's gift. I mean, take it take it for what it is. So the one thing that you have said that burnout can be prevented if you are aware. Chair of the sides. What are the signs because I I know for me. I I don't see those lines. Sometimes. Br allot of people in burn out is not one of those things where you wake up one day, and you owe a caught burn out in. No it builds up over time. And sometimes quite frankly, it happens in assembly, I find a lot of people that are stuck to coming down with burnout tend to be type A personalities, very driven very successful. They've been driven throughout through career. They've rose to the ranks in their organizations or in their career, and they've had a lot of success. And because of that they continue to rise up through the ranks. And then they hid the cease and they've made it, okay? And oftentimes what happens for many people that are in the C, suite. Is you get there because you've done so much? You've been doer you've

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"'cause we plenty of space though, plenty of bandwidth now but coming back though there though, I don't wanna say it was it was weird odd. But coming back. I started getting phone calls on people. We were you we missed you. What happened what's going on? And like the show. I it just blew up. I mean, we we are on like three times more networks now. And just just Ben in crew. Credible. And even my speakers bureau at the time the go who was working at had to step down. So again is still that on. We'll this will figure it all out. And I really than change my business model were now, I'm really more of a manager publicist for speakers. I am going on actually doing speaking mice beacon has become my show. But so, you know, again, it they these things happen. I mean, you really have to have you know, a strong stomach for the skin in. And he you know, said I'm gonna make this happen. Is there some any opportunities out there? You know to create an entrepreneurial business, and so many people, and you probably see this too. That are incorporate you know, it's still part of that all boys club saying, you know, this isn't fun anymore. Wanna get out? I wanna I wanna do my own thing. So, you know, the great thing about it is, hey, give me a call. We'll help you do that. But set that business will be the transition program for the people that are coming from corporate that wanna start much earlier live businesses off the ground written that, and that's what they need. So yeah, we got a new business. Let's go. I would say really excited to hear the doubts back from that sounds incredibly challenging year. It was very yeah. It was very very challenge challenging year. And like you said, he then you're sweating, and he's like, oh, how am I gonna payment bills and how to do this? It worked out. You know, definitely definitely worked itself out. And I got a a great husband, you know, very supportive, of course, that he wasn't gonna let me quit. He was you know, like news. No, we've been in his long and he's a silent partner in in. He actually stepped out of corporate recently. And he's now a partner in an entrepreneurial business themself. So, you know, but now he you know every week. So where's the numbers at wasn't around? My conway. I think that's a really important aspect to entrepeneurship as well. As just having your spouse because it is is much as your business. The level of how permeates every aspect of your life it under under undervalued and say that as a husband father of being a it's is incredibly important to have your partner might all the ride on board with that emotionally intellectually spiritually because it's a huge aspect of of how bad process for for may rea-. Really it really is that who package has to fit together. Because again as an entrepreneur in the agree with this. I mean, it is your life in again, we we are connected..

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Up Or Out with Connie

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"I mean, I've been doing this for twelve years even before when I was running organizations. I always added that element of fun into it. You know, fun learning fun at work, and it really created for more highly productive team. Now, I'll play devil's advocate because I could hear some good ol' boys say, I don't want people having fun. I want them working. So how do you overcome that type of objection? So. About so much in objection. There's there's an expectation from how we used to work in the routed with four years to go into an office for eight hours a day which had half that time to meetings and the other half a water cooler or socialize right might princes that now were not confined to being in office hours a day. You can see what people are doing and how they're getting their work done because of all the different software. That's available night doing their tasks you can check getting stuff done on time. Kidding? So there's all sorts of new ways to measure, how people are getting work done, and that allows leadership and managers within today's companies too much more open inflexible to wear when scheduled gets Johnston right for the ideas that you whether if you're for example, if you're a mother, and you're taking your kids the daycare at eight AM, which would be a time that people might typically go the office. They might get worked on at six o'clock in the morning, then might get work done at ten o'clock at night your morning, if you're night owl. You might find that your peak energy times or your for TIMMY times differently opportunities out we can work around other people's schedules.

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"There. You're listening to the Connie five show. So today at one let's start say, look dairy, helix grey. We just talking about who's ready who's not and I was like ripping clothes off. But like he always looks always looks fob Yetlis. So what what I wanna do today? Really is. I I want to ask the shared this video. I want you to share this video because we're going to have some amazing amazing giveaways, and we started this recently on the show giving things away to people that are sharing our show. And it's just been amazing. So Darik, what do you think? Do you have anything that you want to give away the shirt of book? I mean anything. Absolutely. Yeah. We have tons of cool prizes right now. If you go onto our media due to scrimmage off, it's haunting whole contest round that we're doing he shirts, drums, and other kinds of fun prizes, raves technology. So you'll learn with us and also get a chance to win a t shirt, but all kinds of things if you actually engage with your show, and with our so midday do that we went to share share share and any gauge engage. We'll share more about that in a minute about. Image. So I mean, our guest is Derek Lawrenson and be sure to tag him as well when you do in this share, and like you said head on over to his his space his platform, and we had a lot of goodies out there for you. So I bet you want a new what role about really what the heck you listening to the kind of five show for and let me tell it's because we are a business radio show where where we get a bit edgy where we definitely scripted unedited. I mean, we we give it to you. Good in bad. We we share it all we talked about here. Right. Talk about how you can really move you shut up in this cease. We'd or get out live and fulfill your dream of business ownership and.

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Up Or Out with Connie

10:05 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"The. We're obsessed with the Connie fife show. It's about a lifestyle shift to move up or out. Really? What makes you? It's about opening a new door to live your dream. Too early. It's about enjoying the journey. It's about peeping it real Dan years interviewing the did you? It's all about you. I wanted to do stop taking shits seriously. The all can do this. Taking outrageous outlandish. This these Connie fife show, we let it away really union. Now, your host, Connie fife. Hey, it's kind of fife and what back again, and you're listening to the Connie five show. Now, we are business radio show with add a little edgy were in scripted Warren edited. And we talk about what is what it really takes to move up our move out and be that leader run your business and lives dreams that you've always always been hoping for and we're all keeping that passion of life activate it for the most daring mind today. We have a wonderful guest got to know my bed and we've been chatting us, some similarity some folks people we have in common. But what's really interesting about him? Is that his field of expertise is behavior economists, he's a behavior economist, which drives the decision making process, of course, I had to ask what that was. So with us today. He's an author of the. Perfect plan and servant leadership expert, and you know, that I'm all about seven leadership. He recently was named one of North America's top thirty most transformational leaders by the John Maxwell group. He lectures, at these lectured, Oxford University in the UK, and he's a special adviser to the, and I know say this wrong to the sways spontaneous on Dacian zoos. Choose suicide bonday condition, and he's a strong supporter for the US army. First ranger battalion, seventy fifth regimen, which are based in Savannah, Georgia. And we are fortunate to have him here with us today. So welcome to the Connie five show. Don, Barden a done. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. I'm so grateful, and I love your show of big fan. I listen to I've actually reached out people that have heard on your show, and I tell you thank you for what you do. It means a lot in your touching lives and helping people see things differently, and that means a lot. So thank you for having me. And thank you for being you. Well, thank you. Thank you. I'm it's interesting. They say that I do differently, and I do differently be gets a same ol' same ol' Annella packaging, and I really wanna get to them meat and potatoes of what's really happening. What's good? What's bad and what to avoid, and I know you. Talk a lot about servant leadership. And again, that's just I guess a passion of mine in terms of helping other people lifting other people, and that is something that that you do this is what what you talk about. And I didn't want to talk about that. But let let's share ask you to show more about being a behavior. Economist by what does that mean? What does that mean? I mean, why why are how is it? Driving people to make make decisions will not brass was interesting. So I'm classically trained, which means I wanted to all the things that most people would just assume describes her is Al people done about economics and going to school to study that people just roll their eyes ago. My God, I hated that class. But what I found is that people hate it or love it. There was no in between. And I decided awhile back. I was going through by -education. My undergraduate graduate doctor work in the field was that most of my peers who I love dearly. I'm not knocking anybody. But in classical economics, most people I talk about what's happening in why they predicted it a couple of weeks ago can find how they predicted it but say that they thought of this. They predicted it, but classical economics is about historical be points. Looking back and saying why something happened will several years ago actually sort of began in the sixties, but it didn't really get any attention to manny's in the opening last decade. It all started shift to say, we've got you know, tens of thousands of years were the humanity here that we looked at why they made this season's why don't we take a bold boldly in looking at feature and saying, well, what if this happens? Why do we think this way what can we do differently? And then most economists realized that so talk about the past though, saying tools to talk about the future and look into why people make the decisions they do. Because a lot of people think that humans are crazy irrational in unpredictable. When it's actually just the opposite. People are very smart. They're very rational in their very predictable and to go forward and think about that. They have incredible unfair advantage in helping serve people and do things better. Because people really do a 'have in very good solid way that with servant's heart and everything starts change. So without saying, okay, everybody get your crystal ball because of looking into the future give give just an NS tap in a simple process to help people understand how they can look at the future. Just like you. I loved economics when I took it in and business plaza. I did. And I not a math whiz at all. But a and economics has nothing to do with that. But I just I enjoy that on looking looking to the future itself. Funny. I didn't assessment recently said that basically my divergent amid of everything but the. Piece that really stood out. The most was that. I was future. Yes. And I thought that was interesting, but it also related back to how I love how I look at things. So for Muir, terminology, your point of view. I mean, again, helping people make the right decision or looking towards their their futures any type of secret sauce or a little nugget that you can share with them over to start with you get in your hand. A lot of their. Wow. Scary run. No, I known about you was in your show of how Jane when you are where your heart that comes across very very clear, but someone like you who's Futurists. I believe correct me wrong. Did you believe that tomorrow can be better than today? Not only for yourself. But for everybody that you touch any meat and to me, that's the ultimate of service of looks someone else's. I wanna help you believe the tomorrow can be better than today. It doesn't make ups and downs is certainly not raw motivational site. Now us. Use positive attitude as a jurist you can change the way in on this you can change the way people think about how they think about the way they think about their venue. So to me being a behavioral economists isn't necessarily just doing magic tricks in predicting the future of having a crystal ball who has a handgun idea. Why don't we talk about changing the way, you think about how you think about the way that you think about your thinking and people kind of look at you. And they say, you know, like to explore that maybe instead of me blacking Ryan wide made there's a gray. Or is it having two sides. Maybe there's ability to manage blaring. There's lots of different ways of looking at it. But it's just changing the way you think about I night. But the way that you think about your thinking if you believe tomorrow's gonna be better than today. Although there will be up to nouns good the terrorists at the end of the day. That's how you move forward in this fun to talk about in. That's guest people inspired in like, I said, I don't believe in motivation inspir-. Inspiration motivation Ruge inspiration goes on forever. So fire. Somebody by believe in the future is better than today than you can do a lot of cool stuff that we definitely are along the same path. I mean, I truly believe it's it's inspiration. Again, motivation is great is a lot of people out there doing motivation. Like, you said the raw raw, and then you walk out of the room is what do I go next. What do I do next? And but it's an inspiration to take that next step. And I and I mean, you got me. I mean, I am all about tomorrow's gonna be better than today. I'm always looking at what could we do better? What could we do? Next drive. My team crazy because I'm always like, oh, let's do this go here. But still keeping with the same phone Dacian of of what we do. And I see people are. In LA ministers loaded with homeless people are people that just seemed down on her luck in a scene something the other day where it said that last Angeles is the most depressed city in the US by far. And and I was like we know I need to go out and help people and inspire people need to show them that you can do different. And maybe means leaving allay. Actually, we had a young man with us a little over a year. Now Madam event he was actually from Toronto. And he was going to be homeless and somebody has said to me. Hey, the Avonex room, you know, to put the sky up, and I think people home all the time people bring on animals, I bring home people.

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

16:18 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"There. Show is heard everywhere you can find the kind of five show and most of your favorite networks. It's time to recognize. Thank our Jerry networks for all their support in house. We have punch business radio cease week radio transformation radio. I already we also heard of Google play apple radios, and so many I can't keep up all. All I hear. Unstoppable. Diva one more about James. I know we can't work together. My anti shiny website, Connie play show dot com. I'll see the light my share share share back in the show. Going back to finances. And this again, this is the biggest thing that I always get from people who either wonder skill business, or, you know, they're they want to transition out the biggest question that they're asking. Again, you talk about the money the money bondage will I have enough. Well, I have enough. So if we could leave our listeners with anything today, if we can leave them with that confidence of knowing that they have enough and when is enough so Gemini comments feedback on that? Yes. The question is if I were to say, you have nothing right now, you can't you can't go, and you have no paycheck, and I was to say you have to create a hundred thousand dollars in the next year. And you know, how to do it? And let's assume that you can't have a job. You can't go get hired by somebody. You have to go do something. If you have to make up that money. Do you know how to do it? Are you like, oh, yeah. Here's the formula. Is you don't have that formula? And you don't have the conviction behind the formula. Then you're never going to be free. Doesn't matter. How much money you have people say, well, if I have four or five million dollars, and I'm making four percent like this fire movements Suzie Orman jumping on this bandwagon talking about this stuff. The problem is that's never real. Because you don't have the certainty in your ability to execute on it. You're always relying on somebody else. And it's never going to make you feel like, oh, yeah. I've got control it comes down to control and control comes from the confidence. So if you don't have that your bridge into certainty around freedom in is to find the confidence. How do you find it? You get people around you to ask questions, and you give people around you that have done it. And so you started doubting in molding and taking their stuff. And ultimately, you're gonna say, yeah. Take it all away. Just can report said somebody said what happens if we take it all away. He said I'll have it back in five years. Right. No problem. That's what you need to be able. To say that's the transition into freedom. It has nothing to do with a 4._0._1._K in the Bank or a rental property. It has nothing to do with that. It's about your ability to adapt and create on demand. Create a mean, fabulous fabulous advice and surrounding yourself with people that are going to own to support you. And I know again when I came out of corporate, I wasn't prepared. I thought I was going to continue to have for about two years. I just kind of floated around interviewing for other jobs and nothing was really happening. And I remembered saying, you know, I could create my own business. I can create my own future. Warm gonna go. I'm gonna take responsibility for that. And I hired a coach. And that coach said something very similar to me that are you all in or do you just have a toll on the water because if you have a tone lottery now you going nowhere, and that just like triggered a switch in me, and I develop more confidence than than when I was a CEO at an organization. The difference between the toe in the water and being all in is the difference between being on land or in the or in the flow and the problem with pretty to in the waters, you're still on the land actually, go anywhere, right? You're not going anywhere. I love what you said to you. What you've gotta find people that are supporting you, and I'll take that a step further. If you have people that are supporting you that are just like, you that aren't actually where you wanna be you're gonna continue to stay where you are. They're gonna love with they're going to keep you in the box. So if you're corporate exac, and you're moving into a land of something other than that. And all your friends and support our corporate exacts, you're screwed. I'm telling you right now, they might love you. But you're not gonna go anywhere because they're going to be fighting you because you disrupt their world purview. So you've gotta find people that have already been there. You'll start adapting to them. And I know this is scary because you're gonna start feeling a little funny awkward because you're gonna offing and that's hard so varies. I just had goosebumps because I remember going through it because you're going into the lane of the unknown. And even for me, it was you a groomed for corporate. This is what you've thought for all of these years and you're walking away. Yeah. People's people beat on you. They tell you your little. It's scary. You're gonna make mistakes. What if you make what if you lose your money? What if you it doesn't work you'll be back all these messages that people give us? Yeah. My my my husband we were in the east coast. And you know, we had the big house of big Bill Pickett fans, we had parking lot in the driveway with you with us and all the kids the country club the club, we sold it all we moved to California out. Yeah. You shoulda heard some of the comments I got from that one. The funny part is okay. So you had comments from people in on the east coast. Yeah. We're part of that. And then when you move your the California, and you get comments from people that are in that space, you're going to they're radically different comments. Oh my gosh. Just right. Right. Worlds. So who are we listening to, but you know, what shift happened? And this is a big big piece of learning that I also share to at my clients when you change how you are looking at the world your decisions anew nab that conviction. Those naysayers they're gonna change and they're going to start looking at you differently. Because it's so funny now if I go home, it's like. He's coming home. She lives in Los Angeles. It's like, ooh. People. Do you're right. They do that there. And the way that they do that. Is you have this burning focus on your life the way it's going to be right? And how does that happen by getting in the river? It's if you have a toe in the river, they're going to keep you on the shore. You have to be all in. Absolutely. That is that is the key. And it's scary here. Here's the thing that I wanna share though about the whole idea of being scary. I grew up in Alaska, I've been to Africa those are the two places where you could potentially be eaten. I used to throw out the trash in the Arctic circle fuller bear was out there. And if I didn't see him he would kill me. That's a mistake that you can't come back from what we're doing in life unless you're in Africa. He's not going to eat you. What happens? It's just money, and you can make it up out of thin air, and you can make sticks alert for them. In fact, you should so we should you? Biggest learning are your mistakes. That's why we have them. It's a gift for fricking god-like. Neither. And I've made them, and and you talk about and you talk about it too that you speak to the ultimate life failure. And again without that. We would not be learning. So yeah, we we could write a book just on that. That is the ultimate hell is. When you meet the person that you could have been and that is regret. There's no discipline. That will be as painful as the regret looking back and saying oh, damn I've had experience I had it with my dad few weeks before he died. He looked at me. And he said there were so many things that I wanted to do what about getting your heart broken somebody that doesn't have time that didn't take the risk because they were afraid of the judgment or the mistake or falling down. That's not where you want to be. That is now that that is not an my mom was that way too before she passed. She's like I'm not done yet. And she had cancer, and she was still going out line, dancing and going out with the ladies. And and she she went to Alaska did a cruise to Alaska with her lady friends. She just kept saying I'm not done yet. I she didn't care how sick she was. She was going. I'm going. Role model for everybody listening go for book your life. Go go on the cruise go. Do your thing. This whole I'm gonna live someday is crazy. Yeah. There is another woman who she met a younger woman through their cancer support group and the woman basically a header self in the ground ready, and my mother, I remember saying do it. She's just grabbed her. She's like, what are you talking about shows, you're alive, you're breathing? She does get your ass off that shape. This is my mom talked. He's just get your ass off that chair and get out and do something and she went to Alaska with the mon- on their trip. I those type of things I don't think people. We don't regret. What we do. We regret. What we didn't? Do you the difference? We learned from what we do. We feel stupid. I mean, I think back twenty years ago. Like, I hang you. If I was to go back. I'd feel faster. I would I would ask the pretty girl at the bar out instead of going. Oh, maybe she'll think I'm stupid or uglier. I would actually have done these things because I was so frayed of a damn bear eating me wherever as a tasting. And that's what we all. That's all I would love to continue this conversation. This is a fantastic conversation. A couple of questions that we always ask our guests on on on the hot seat is. So the first one is what makes you unstoppable. I don't look backwards act faster than anybody. I know on on decisions. That's what you can't stop that. In fact, everybody in my life is basically chasing it if if they're trying to figure out what's going on. Because I that's that's the difference between me and most population it's unstoppable when you're in action emotional. Yes, I love that love that. I mean, that's how I got the title, you know, 'cause stuff happening in this one. Okay. Some just step over that. And keep going. And I just people started calling me that. And so it's like, you know. Gotta do what you gotta do. So this one I was just this one is where do you believe the world's greatest wound is coming from a lack of self responsibility. I think we are bleeding from an abdication of responsibility on our lives, and we become victims by large, and I think that that is degrading society because reporting fingers and the moment it's the Helen Keller saying be the change you wish to see in the world. And the first step in that is owning everything about your life. Doesn't matter what it is. Even if even if it's a hurricane or my friends will ask that had their quake your house boat blows down. You get raped whatever it is the experience because you get to choose that. That's the shifted to you owning your life. And that's your experience, you know, the take with you and stop when it favors definitely definitely bleeding there. I hope we can come to a resolve somewhere. I mean, we just we just need to just have to. So you have so much going on. So will you ever be satisfied? What what I've dead. I will be done until then I'm going to work. We're not meant to be retired or not meant to be in status quo. There is no flatlined stasis either you're growing your dying. I am not going to stop growing until I'm done breathing and satisfied beside. I love every day. So is it is it that I've done. No. I'm just in love with the process love that love that. So so I know you have the book, and so again, people can tax unicorn to seven seventy two thousand and you're going to send him some or books and some information there to help them find that courage that they're in constant. It's the questions, you know. It's just. It's not going to give you the questions based on my experience. And how you find your answers. Those are in you. I promise they're inside company will ask you the right questions. This is going to be the questions that you promise as I say don't die with that. Fire. Still Bernie inside you get it out get it out. And then you book you have a book coming out. I think it's within the next day or two coming out so hukou. People get a copy of that. Yeah. Unicorn optics. You can you can go to go to your your browser type unicorn or go to Amazon but unicorn optics is is the essence of building something. Whether you're starting from scratch, or you're building up in your already in that thing, it's your life, and it's a roadmap and a blueprint and process that I've learned through starting more than forty companies what it's really like. And these steps you're literally going to pay a price, and this is going to want to hack your hack. This is reality is the hack inside this book now. So do you have unicorns like all over the place? Yeah. Riding to work. Got a parked outside, sir. Well, I've really enjoyed enjoyed having you on the show and love the have you have you back again anytime you always always look back for she there. Thanks for having me. Thanks for listening. And hope you guys get a ton to run with. And here's the final take way do something. Whether you just download this thing and read one page, do something don't just let this flicker and fade. There's something you could do with your life. It's not a passive event. It's an active event. Do something today with what you just learned love that love that. Remember, it's an active active, and you need to be active in it. And that's what we were all about activating. I'm debating your passion, your passion because we're moving ideas forward in. We are keeping the passion of life activated. And remember we have some awesome feature advertising available. Saw check it out on the on the website at Connie fife. Shout dot com and our team. I have a five team. I have to tell you. They're all over the globe. My my my right hand person. So FIA she bounces between the US in Barcelona Olove, her lover to have any questions that all about our advertising in about how we can help you activate your transition and do it smoothly. So you do have that confidence to grow just reach out to our team because they are dedicated to working with executives who want to make that transition from the cease week to their next career as a lifestyle onto preneurs. And remember, we are all unstoppable together. I'll leave you with this bit of thought, which is all money is a matter of belief all money is a matter of belief in that was by Adam Smith, but that is so true when you believe in net lifestyle what you do. And in get this information from Damian and find that courage that money will be your. Matter of belief. So you're listening to the Connie five show. And if you like what you're hearing on you wanna be a guest, give us a shout out Bashir to like and share with your friends and your colleagues in subscribe with us on I tunes and until next time activate your power. And again, we are all unstoppable together. Thank you for listening cutting back off in any of the good stuff. 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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"Podcasts and online TV host author and one of today's top talent managers she began her career as a sixth grade pingpong champion speed limit violator and also studied improv under April, Scott, that's ne-, Connie fife. Excite. You're all here. This is going to be. So so exciting. So let's just keep a conversational. And I just wanted to start off by asking each of you, what is your inspiration to become a women in comedy a leading women in comedy. Because when you look at history of women in historical woman in comedy. It's it's grown. It's become better. But I wanna know what is your inspiration to this? So whoever wants to go just jam bright. I. I'm gonna take it because I know that every other women is gonna probably say the same thing. So this isn't for me comedy is not about being inspired by it or are are having to to work at it or having anything external about it. It's it's been in my blood forever. You know, earliest memories with with hairbrushes and stuffed animals doing show. It's in my DNA. So I didn't really have to have any external inspiration to follow this path that really it pushed me Frank Lloyd head. So that's my perspective. Okay. Who else the Witcher inspiration? What what really gets you up in the morning, and to really look at life from a point of view that really a lot of people don't want to talk about and really on. And he Merce way I feel like, you know, you don't have somebody just born to sing. And then Ohio. Agree with my sister is my DNA's. Well, but having a polio. Spina business folios is the fat being black the poor. I had to find some way to communicate that people see me from inside in everybody likes found that as a bridge. I'm orig- of builder Bernard builder. Barberie? Crossover. So people can see me from the inside. And everybody's international everybody like hood. So I found that that is my gift is show people. No matter what this body looks like you can still communicate and have fun. And that's what I'm doing this. That's it. He's Joey Peter. Great. A Jan shake in your head. I know the one thing we learned in April when we were studying with her she always always promote that improv really is is a life biller a life enhancer. It's it's building your life skills and really not take life. So seriously. So it was that something I, oh, I never forgot that does that resonate with you that resonate with me, and I've never really taken life too terribly seriously. I mean, I've been married three times. I've kind of rolled with the flow and with improv and just life in general comedies always been integral to me. I came from a big Irish family that was loud obnoxious and just always fun, and my mom was like Lucille ball. And so many ways her physicality and everything so we were always encourages bef- on and on. And I love it. Like, I like seeing people smile really gotta take a real quick break right now. Now. And let's when we come back. I wanna talk about sex. Okay. We'll be right back. Show is heard everywhere you can find the kind of show and most of your favorite networks. It's time to recognize and thank our journey networks for all their support in house. We have much business radio cease week radio transformation rating. I we also heard a Google play apple radio, Stitcher, and so many more the I can't keep up the mall. I hear unstoppable div up. Learn more about her Jim we work together. My fantasy joint in website, Connie play show dot com. I'll see you over there until then light my share share share back in the show. Okay. We're back. And we are listening to ladies of comedy today. Now, we have Debbie will and Janet L Rolonda watts. Theresa rose, Nadler, VERA and Lisa McDonald. So we're back ladies, and let's let's talk about sex. Talk about sex. Let's talk about. Not so casual sex. Janney Hewlett down that path of been married. A few times I've been married a few times myself as well. Probably too many that I wanna count. That's been more than twice, but the casual sex that was always like torture dating. I mean, I've been in that that place in that path and Treasa I've seen somebody posting you're talking about that. And I know as you that I thought about having this conversation about how do you have casual sex? How do you get taken taken seriously in any type of relationship? So what's the experiences that you've had? Well, you just you just set an oxymoron, how do you have casual sex in? How do you take? How do you get taken survey?

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

06:23 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"Uh-huh. We're obsessed with the Connie five show. It's about a lifestyle shift to move up. Four out JJ Wimpy, really. Really? What makes you? It's about opening a new door to live your dream. Get too early. It's about enjoying the journey. It's about peeping it real Dan here years interviewing the did you? It's all about you. I wanted to do stop taking shit. So seriously, the taking outrageous out later laugh this these Connie fife show, we really union. Airdrie? Now, your host, Connie fight. Hey there. It's kind of five-year unstoppable. Diva. And today, we have the ladies of comedy in the house, and we I think we already had our show revenge. Just kind of trying to get things going at it's going to be phenomenal. We were just super super excited about this show a life should mean today and Facebook, and you're gonna be seeing repeats on on Wednesday. We runs but launching of this show when we push it out on iheartradio series exam conscious business radio C, suite network and Oso so so many more. So our engineer in the house is Jessica Henderson. And so she's gonna hang up behind the scenes with us. So we know exactly what we need to be doing here on the forefront. So let me introduce restart by. Introducing the ladies that we have in house. So we're gonna start up with the first gas. She's electrify an electrifying Keno mine. Villainous expert high-performance couch in award-winning, author of five bucks and one very successful Dumbo profile outcome. Theresa rose. I. History. Theresa's a performer, she's a comedian and author imam a- dancing Queen and a juju pusher. That's all about so trees arose is with us here from Minneapolis Minnesota. So next up a we have all the way from the north as far as we can go today. Toronto canada. She's put a tent on the world by empowering lives, helping others to achieve their goals and turn their dreams into Alladays. So welcome these McDonald's. Would he? Walking her talk, and she approaches life love and work with fearless. Gratitude she's a coach a mentor host of two leading podcasts and online TV shows, and she's author of children's books as well and her audiences are invigorated to take action after hearing Lisa's beaks. Lisa walk on. Welcome. Welcome here. Con- is is awesome. Thank you. You're welcome next. We have right here from the city of angels, most know her by the name and one distinctive voice sensor. Rolandas indicated talk show today. You can catch a roll onto in her new recurring role as FBI for Indyk pets, Allah gist. Dr Melissa Myers on criminal minds alon- to watch. You in. You're pretty lit up by ten minutes ago. Come on. So. Landed we have relented in the house. Here Rolando I'm here right here again. Okay. So relaxed is also in addition to be in criminal mind. You could also hear her as professor Wiseman on curious George or as the host of our Rosanna on demand guest. She's also a stand up comedian and author of the interracial romances, Spence novel destiny lingers, which was endorsed by Dr my Angelo Dir. Lander watts is in the house. And then we have also from the city. I add CEO of the VM foundation. Beer, inc. She shaping leaders of tomorrow to reach more Natalie. Vera m-. No, hi, I'm excited to be here. Kate Natalie's is also an author, and she is a best seller live on purposes in the book, creating positive lasting change, and you can find her also teaching her craft to entre preneurs students at Cal State university. She's also a bad ass an online training and consulting and next we have well, let me just put it this way. Most was will know her as the human buffet of adversity. Her motto is I'm not black. I'm polio. There is no can't in her vocabulary. There is no filter in her mouth. There is only what's next. You'll also recognize the marquees on the comedy clubs, Debbie Wooten. Gabby all the be all of you. Debbie joins us today from Portland, Oregon. And our next guest. Well, let's say she is no stranger improv. She's a member of a Kook among us comedy troupe. She's also performed in Long Beach, California held to gather Hermosa beach with APRIL's fools. She has studied with Darryn Hill in the Harmon at also April Scott joining us on the house is Janet L everybody. Thank you for having me, Connie. So so excited you're here. Your model is when all else fails in bra and. That's right here from southern California and finally sometimes credited as the unstoppable diva philanthropist beyond me to activists and serial entrepreneur podcasts

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

08:49 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"The. Former executive turned lifestyle entrepreneur Connie is ridiculously dedicated to inspiring individuals to activate their power and live their dream as a lifestyle entrepreneur, it's time to sit down lie down or squat down and turn up the volume up or out with Connie starts, right, man. Hi, I'm Connie fight your house, the Connie fight show. We are a business radio show with an edge. It's all scripted in unedited. So you just never know what it might here on our show our show, it's hard everywhere. And we're hitting one hundred ninety networks were one hundred and forty five countries, and our listener basis just emir five point five million hits to our consolidate websites every single month. So I'm just so so excited about that. And that's because we bring on awesome guest today is no exception. Because today we're going to be talking about becoming the new boss and our guest, he's he's very accomplished. He's an executive coach and organizational consultants he is a much sought after trainer in lecturer. He. He has a very practical action oriented approach, which has endeared him many, many many clients his personal experience in the leadership field that also allows him to understand the leaders needs and craft though solutions to to help you up to measure performance in your success. A welcome to the Connie five sho Nuff Tali Hof. It's a pleasure to be here. I'm super excited. So a little bit cold we right yet while actually to warmer day today. But yes, by by Californian standards, everyday is colder I would. Yes, it has been cold. We've had actually some very wintery type days thus far. So I am hoping for a little bit of an uptick, but I don't think that that's what the prognosticators are are offering us right now. Okay. I know that they've been getting some some snow back there as you know, I'm from the east coast. And it's funny because I got up this morning now is like Burr demise was had at sixty two degrees outside funny. You say that 'cause I remember doing a training down in Orlando. That was like sixty degrees. It was January. Yeah. And production around the first coats or walking around and all sorts of wintry, weather and actually spent three years as a school head in Atlanta having moved from shock. Okay. You could just imagine. I went from January of single digit highs. Right. A community where if it got below fifty. Everybody's bundling up right? Really? It's interesting. It's really really relatives. Lose that. Yes. Because when we first moved here. So we're here almost five years when we first moved here. I'd be out walking in t shirts assured sleeves and people be bundled up. Like, you said and everything you people crazy like what is wrong with you. So it's one of them. Yeah. So he said he goes you become a California. They say your blunt the blood thins. That's what they call it. I'm not quite sure. But there is something to be said about that. There's no question about it. There there is there is there is for sure and all my family's still back on the northeast and spoke with my brother the other day who was up in Albany. And he and he's like you're not coming back here. Right. He goes, you are definitely not going to be acted this weather. I said, I don't think so I think in good now with your least year to get readjusted. I would think. Yeah. I bet I bet and what I wanna to talk about with you today is management versus leadership because I could to be a really confusing just like we said we have to just with whether an acclimate or south the different things, and I was working with an organization recently where they had promoted this this gentleman, he was a manager. And I mean phenomenal phenomenal manager. But they brought me in because they promoted him into a really a leadership role as their deaf. Initiative of leadership role men. They couldn't understand why he wasn't able to make that adjustment. And I know that this is what you what that what you talk about. And I thought it would be a great thing to talk about today. What's the difference between management versus leadership because you can be a janitor and still be in a leadership role though? What's what's your what's your take on that? So I think, you know, it's it's it's a great question by the lot of people are interested in as one of the areas that I focus on my book. It's actually chapter two. So it's like right there when I get started. And I put it there in the beginning because I do think it's important kind of like frame the conversation. You know, when somebody's beginning as a new boss, in many cases, they probably have more managerial inclinations ship and clinicians. They're thinking about the technical elements of their work. What did I do really well until this point in time that's gonna leverage my capacity. To move forward. And they're thinking why did I get promoted must be because they want the old me maybe so to speak on steroids. They want the old, you know, to outperform yet and sort of do my magic with everybody else. So I kind of become as Michael Gerber, my call the the with the notion of the the super technician, you know, I was I was a technician I was really good at it. I was a great salesman. I was a great producer, however production as measured human. So now, you're asking me to kind of rise up the chain of command and take ownership and lead other people. My thinking is is that I wanna continue to be a producer because that's Alta L. People will see the value in my work. And that's frankly, all I know how to do. I know oftentimes we forget that to move from something other than a leadership position into their role. Whether it's into second tier or top tier does require a reorientation of the mind as no longer me. It's we in leadership is a lot about creating that we are not just in terms of building relationships, which is really critical. It's fascinating by the Connie as I was writing the book, first of all the Genesis not to make this all about the book. But to give you a sense of where this is going. I began by writing blog posts and over time they kinda piece together in a natural way. I wanted it to be very niche specific for for new leaders in part because I wanted the book that I never had that I needed when I took my school leadership position. And if I only would have had this guidance, I may have had a different outcome nothing. It wasn't great in many ways. But it definitely there are a lot of bumps. You know, there's there's this this joke that has told where a reporter comes to a successful businessman, and he says him, sir. You've had such success over the years. How did you make it happen? And the answer. He gets his two words. Good decisions. He says, well, that's great. But how do you make good decisions? Right. And so the the the the professional the successful CO. Replies back, and he says one word experience and other orders interest is really peaked here and he wants to find out. Well, how do you get that experience and says two words bad decisions? And so we all realize that experience is the outgrowth of decisions that we make the goal of the book was to kind of shorten the runway and to help people to learn from the experience of others that they're not duplicating other errors way, and they're producing more. Good work from the outset. What I found fascinating as I'm writing the book, I'm spending less and less time focusing on technical skills. Right. What you need to know about your business almost exclusively focusing on soft skills almost exclusively on the relationships on how to gain equity with your people. How do you manage change? How do you delegate affectively and all of that they're managerial elements to it? You know, if you're delegating. So you have certain does are also exactly what you're saying. You don't learn that school you don't learn at school now. You before we got started today Nichols skills. But learn that in school bright. So I was mentioning our conversation before the podcast today that I actually guess I hosted somebody else on my podcast, and that person is a CEO of publicly traded manufacturing company. They produced concrete, and he was he was in the military for many years, and he has as a result of that experience for whatever the reasons for advanced degrees. Now, I happen to masters in doctor close a lot three two threes

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

08:49 min | 3 years ago

"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"The. Former executive turned lifestyle entrepreneur Connie is ridiculously dedicated to inspiring individuals to activate their power and live their dream as a lifestyle entrepreneur, it's time to sit down lie down or squat down and turn up the volume up or out with Connie starts, right, man. Hi, I'm Connie fight your house, the Connie fight show. We are a business radio show with an edge. It's all scripted in unedited. So you just never know what it might here on our show our show, it's hard everywhere. And we're hitting one hundred ninety networks were one hundred and forty five countries, and our listener basis just emir five point five million hits to our consolidate websites every single month. So I'm just so so excited about that. And that's because we bring on awesome guest today is no exception. Because today we're going to be talking about becoming the new boss and our guest, he's he's very accomplished. He's an executive coach and organizational consultants he is a much sought after trainer in lecturer. He. He has a very practical action oriented approach, which has endeared him many, many many clients his personal experience in the leadership field that also allows him to understand the leaders needs and craft though solutions to to help you up to measure performance in your success. A welcome to the Connie five sho Nuff Tali Hof. It's a pleasure to be here. I'm super excited. So a little bit cold we right yet while actually to warmer day today. But yes, by by Californian standards, everyday is colder I would. Yes, it has been cold. We've had actually some very wintery type days thus far. So I am hoping for a little bit of an uptick, but I don't think that that's what the prognosticators are are offering us right now. Okay. I know that they've been getting some some snow back there as you know, I'm from the east coast. And it's funny because I got up this morning now is like Burr demise was had at sixty two degrees outside funny. You say that 'cause I remember doing a training down in Orlando. That was like sixty degrees. It was January. Yeah. And production around the first coats or walking around and all sorts of wintry, weather and actually spent three years as a school head in Atlanta having moved from shock. Okay. You could just imagine. I went from January of single digit highs. Right. A community where if it got below fifty. Everybody's bundling up right? Really? It's interesting. It's really really relatives. Lose that. Yes. Because when we first moved here. So we're here almost five years when we first moved here. I'd be out walking in t shirts assured sleeves and people be bundled up. Like, you said and everything you people crazy like what is wrong with you. So it's one of them. Yeah. So he said he goes you become a California. They say your blunt the blood thins. That's what they call it. I'm not quite sure. But there is something to be said about that. There's no question about it. There there is there is there is for sure and all my family's still back on the northeast and spoke with my brother the other day who was up in Albany. And he and he's like you're not coming back here. Right. He goes, you are definitely not going to be acted this weather. I said, I don't think so I think in good now with your least year to get readjusted. I would think. Yeah. I bet I bet and what I wanna to talk about with you today is management versus leadership because I could to be a really confusing just like we said we have to just with whether an acclimate or south the different things, and I was working with an organization recently where they had promoted this this gentleman, he was a manager. And I mean phenomenal phenomenal manager. But they brought me in because they promoted him into a really a leadership role as their deaf. Initiative of leadership role men. They couldn't understand why he wasn't able to make that adjustment. And I know that this is what you what that what you talk about. And I thought it would be a great thing to talk about today. What's the difference between management versus leadership because you can be a janitor and still be in a leadership role though? What's what's your what's your take on that? So I think, you know, it's it's it's a great question by the lot of people are interested in as one of the areas that I focus on my book. It's actually chapter two. So it's like right there when I get started. And I put it there in the beginning because I do think it's important kind of like frame the conversation. You know, when somebody's beginning as a new boss, in many cases, they probably have more managerial inclinations ship and clinicians. They're thinking about the technical elements of their work. What did I do really well until this point in time that's gonna leverage my capacity. To move forward. And they're thinking why did I get promoted must be because they want the old me maybe so to speak on steroids. They want the old, you know, to outperform yet and sort of do my magic with everybody else. So I kind of become as Michael Gerber, my call the the with the notion of the the super technician, you know, I was I was a technician I was really good at it. I was a great salesman. I was a great producer, however production as measured human. So now, you're asking me to kind of rise up the chain of command and take ownership and lead other people. My thinking is is that I wanna continue to be a producer because that's Alta L. People will see the value in my work. And that's frankly, all I know how to do. I know oftentimes we forget that to move from something other than a leadership position into their role. Whether it's into second tier or top tier does require a reorientation of the mind as no longer me. It's we in leadership is a lot about creating that we are not just in terms of building relationships, which is really critical. It's fascinating by the Connie as I was writing the book, first of all the Genesis not to make this all about the book. But to give you a sense of where this is going. I began by writing blog posts and over time they kinda piece together in a natural way. I wanted it to be very niche specific for for new leaders in part because I wanted the book that I never had that I needed when I took my school leadership position. And if I only would have had this guidance, I may have had a different outcome nothing. It wasn't great in many ways. But it definitely there are a lot of bumps. You know, there's there's this this joke that has told where a reporter comes to a successful businessman, and he says him, sir. You've had such success over the years. How did you make it happen? And the answer. He gets his two words. Good decisions. He says, well, that's great. But how do you make good decisions? Right. And so the the the the professional the successful CO. Replies back, and he says one word experience and other orders interest is really peaked here and he wants to find out. Well, how do you get that experience and says two words bad decisions? And so we all realize that experience is the outgrowth of decisions that we make the goal of the book was to kind of shorten the runway and to help people to learn from the experience of others that they're not duplicating other errors way, and they're producing more. Good work from the outset. What I found fascinating as I'm writing the book, I'm spending less and less time focusing on technical skills. Right. What you need to know about your business almost exclusively focusing on soft skills almost exclusively on the relationships on how to gain equity with your people. How do you manage change? How do you delegate affectively and all of that they're managerial elements to it? You know, if you're delegating. So you have certain does are also exactly what you're saying. You don't learn that school you don't learn at school now. You before we got started today Nichols skills. But learn that in school bright. So I was mentioning our conversation before the podcast today that I actually guess I hosted somebody else on my podcast, and that person is a CEO of publicly traded manufacturing company. They produced concrete, and he was he was in the military for many years, and he has as a result of that experience for whatever the reasons for advanced degrees. Now, I happen to masters in doctor close a lot three two threes

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

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"connie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"The. Former executive turned lifestyle entrepreneur Connie is ridiculously dedicated to inspiring individuals to activate their power and live their dream as a lifestyle entrepreneur, it's time to sit down lie down or squat down and turn up the volume up or out with Connie starts, right, man. Hi, I'm Connie fight your house, the Connie fight show. We are a business radio show with an edge. It's all scripted in unedited. So you just never know what it might here on our show our show, it's hard everywhere. And we're hitting one hundred ninety networks were one hundred and forty five countries, and our listener basis just emir five point five million hits to our consolidate websites every single month. So I'm just so so excited about that. And that's because we bring on awesome guest today is no exception. Because today we're going to be talking about becoming the new boss and our guest, he's he's very accomplished. He's an executive coach and organizational consultants he is a much sought after trainer in lecturer. He. He has a very practical action oriented approach, which has endeared him many, many many clients his personal experience in the leadership field that also allows him to understand the leaders needs and craft though solutions to to help you up to measure performance in your success. A welcome to the Connie five sho Nuff Tali Hof. It's a pleasure to be here. I'm super excited. So a little bit cold we right yet while actually to warmer day today. But yes, by by Californian standards, everyday is colder I would. Yes, it has been cold. We've had actually some very wintery type days thus far. So I am hoping for a little bit of an uptick, but I don't think that that's what the prognosticators are are offering us right now. Okay. I know that they've been getting some some snow back there as you know, I'm from the east coast. And it's funny because I got up this morning now is like Burr demise was had at sixty two degrees outside funny. You say that 'cause I remember doing a training down in Orlando. That was like sixty degrees. It was January. Yeah. And production around the first coats or walking around and all sorts of wintry, weather and actually spent three years as a school head in Atlanta having moved from shock. Okay. You could just imagine. I went from January of single digit highs. Right. A community where if it got below fifty. Everybody's bundling up right? Really? It's interesting. It's really really relatives. Lose that. Yes. Because when we first moved here. So we're here almost five years when we first moved here. I'd be out walking in t shirts assured sleeves and people be bundled up. Like, you said and everything you people crazy like what is wrong with you. So it's one of them. Yeah. So he said he goes you become a California. They say your blunt the blood thins. That's what they call it. I'm not quite sure. But there is something to be said about that. There's no question about it. There there is there is there is for sure and all my family's still back on the northeast and spoke with my brother the other day who was up in Albany. And he and he's like you're not coming back here. Right. He goes, you are definitely not going to be acted this weather. I said, I don't think so I think in good now with your least year to get readjusted. I would think. Yeah. I bet I bet and what I wanna to talk about with you today is management versus leadership because I could to be a really confusing just like we said we have to just with whether an acclimate or south the different things, and I was working with an organization recently where they had promoted this this gentleman, he was a manager. And I mean phenomenal phenomenal manager. But they brought me in because they promoted him into a really a leadership role as their deaf. Initiative of leadership role men. They couldn't understand why he wasn't able to make that adjustment. And I know that this is what you what that what you talk about. And I thought it would be a great thing to talk about today. What's the difference between management versus leadership because you can be a janitor and still be in a leadership role though? What's what's your what's your take on that? So I think, you know, it's it's it's a great question by the lot of people are interested in as one of the areas that I focus on my book. It's actually chapter two. So it's like right there when I get started. And I put it there in the beginning because I do think it's important kind of like frame the conversation. You know, when somebody's beginning as a new boss, in many cases, they probably have more managerial inclinations ship and clinicians. They're thinking about the technical elements of their work. What did I do really well until this point in time that's gonna leverage my capacity. To move forward. And they're thinking why did I get promoted must be because they want the old me maybe so to speak on steroids. They want the old, you know, to outperform yet and sort of do my magic with everybody else. So I kind of become as Michael Gerber, my call the the with the notion of the the super technician, you know, I was I was a technician I was really good at it. I was a great salesman. I was a great producer, however production as measured human. So now, you're asking me to kind of rise up the chain of command and take ownership and lead other people. My thinking is is that I wanna continue to be a producer because that's Alta L. People will see the value in my work. And that's frankly, all I know how to do. I know oftentimes we forget that to move from something other than a leadership position into their role. Whether it's into second tier or top tier does require a reorientation of the mind as no longer me. It's we in leadership is a lot about creating that we are not just in terms of building relationships, which is really critical. It's fascinating by the Connie as I was writing the book, first of all the Genesis not to make this all about the book. But to give you a sense of where this is going. I began by writing blog posts and over time they kinda piece together in a natural way. I wanted it to be very niche specific for for new leaders in part because I wanted the book that I never had that I needed when I took my school leadership position. And if I only would have had this guidance, I may have had a different outcome nothing. It wasn't great in many ways. But it definitely there are a lot of bumps. You know, there's there's this this joke that has told where a reporter comes to a successful businessman, and he says him, sir. You've had such success over the years. How did you make it happen? And the answer. He gets his two words. Good decisions. He says, well, that's great. But how do you make good decisions? Right. And so the the the the professional the successful CO. Replies back, and he says one word experience and other orders interest is really peaked here and he wants to find out. Well, how do you get that experience and says two words bad decisions? And so we all realize that experience is the outgrowth of decisions that we make the goal of the book was to kind of shorten the runway and to help people to learn from the experience of others that they're not duplicating other errors way, and they're producing more. Good work from the outset. What I found fascinating as I'm writing the book, I'm spending less and less time focusing on technical skills. Right. What you need to know about your business almost exclusively focusing on soft skills almost exclusively on the relationships on how to gain equity with your people. How do you manage change? How do you delegate affectively and all of that they're managerial elements to it? You know, if you're delegating. So you have certain does are also exactly what you're saying. You don't learn that school you don't learn at school now. You before we got started today Nichols skills. But learn that in school bright. So I was mentioning our conversation before the podcast today that I actually guess I hosted somebody else on my podcast, and that person is a CEO of publicly traded manufacturing company. They produced concrete, and he was he was in the military for many years, and he has as a result of that experience for whatever the reasons for advanced degrees. Now, I happen to masters in doctor close a lot three two threes a lot so four is a lot. And I asked him I said, well, what did you learn that you didn't learn from school? In other words, what he has thing in your day to day and invariably almost every time that question is asked to one former another the answer is the relationships the soft skills that how do you manage people, especially now, as you know, with millennials? It's a totally different breed of worker. Yes. Their interests are different. Their needs are different. What they find. Fulfillment from his different. And so being a leader is about knowing your people who've knowing how they tick how can I connect with them. And then the other side of Billy creating the vision or the pathway forward, and it doesn't necessarily mean that you as the leader have to know, everything it means you're creating an environment in which that information could be brought to the fore rating an opportunity for people to feel comfortable that they're not gonna be pounced upon because they give the wrong answer. Because you know, they say something that may be was already rejected in the revisiting or whatever it is. You're creating the safe-space and the kind of openness for conversation to occur and yet you're also creating the direction so that it's not based on consensus, necessarily, it's not based on everybody sorta taking different direction altogether. At the end. We've created the ability for people to think about it. And you doing that? Because you're the visionary. You thinking five ten years out. You're not just. Today and going back to this guest for just a second. He told me that even though he's got a list of all these things. He's got to do every day. He leaves a few minutes every single day. I ask himself questions such as well. What will these these activities have value in five or ten years? And what are the trends in the market that are pushing us in a particular direction that I need to be thinking about as as people are continuing to be mindful of that than their business can survive the abbot flow of the market. It can survive various competitions or various rats that they may have from from disruption in the industry. Right. Hopefully, hopefully, really succeed. So there's there's different levels of leadership. I mean, you have your servant leadership, and you have your dictator leadership. So in terms of where you see it. What should especially new leaders like the one I was talking about? What should they be really mindful love? And terms of what you know what you're talking about. You know, looking, you know, not the day to day, but

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