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"dan sullivan" Discussed on KGO 810
"This coming our he'll sign executive orders to expand testing funding and coordinate with states on vaccine distribution to get shots in the arms of Americans. It comes his coronavirus cases and deaths still hit high record highs and job losses mount another 900,000 people filing for first time jobless claims last week NBC's Deirdre Bolton says investors and businesses know a strong rollout means job. There are some who see a silver lining in that and they say once the vaccine rollout is done once it is at least a little bit more widespread than you will have sectors be able to hire more workers and I'm thinking about hospitality restoration tourism. Really a lot of just hinging on this vaccine. Rollout confirmation hearings also taking place on Capitol Hill for nominees for President Biden's Cabinet. Senate committee members questioning former South Bend, Indiana mayor people to Judge Biden's pick for transportation secretary. Earlier, Senator Dan Sullivan of Alaska, asking about President Biden's executive order he signed yesterday, stopping construction of the Keystone Pipeline and what it means for workers Buddha Jed says more jobs will be on the line on that mortgage paying union jobs will be created in the context of the climate in infrastructure work that we have before us. Then has been impacted by other decisions more charges stemming from the deadly capital cities, including a Pennsylvania woman accused of stealing a computer now released on home confinement. Williams has been vilified by the FBI here, attorney said, arguing the allegations against her have been overstated. And based on an abusive boyfriend's account. Williams was released into the custody of her mother. As the FBI continues to investigate a claim she spoke to friends about stealing a laptop from House Speaker Pelosi's office and selling it to the Russians. Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS Washington You're listening to ABC News. One thing we learned in 2020. The Internet is even more awesome than we thought..
Buttigieg testifies at confirmation hearing before Senate
"There will be a flurry of Senate confirmation hearings in the coming days for President Biden's Cabinet picks today. Former South Bend, Indiana mayor people to judge faced a Senate committee as it considers his nomination to be transportation secretary. I'd like to take a moment to introduce my husband, Chester, but the first openly gay Cabinet nominee facing Senate confirmation promised Reinvestment in America's transportation infrastructure Air Control in rail network. I'm probably only the second biggest path. Ginger real enthusiasts and this particular administration. President Biden, of course, has been a longtime supporter of Amtrak Buddha Judge will also fulfill Mr Biden's efforts to fight climate change, including halting energy transportation projects. Arkansas Republican Dan Sullivan. What do you think that decision? Is gonna impact climate all that killed the Keystone pipeline and killed thousands of jobs. So I believe that the president's climate vision will create more jobs. Steve Dorsey CBS News
"dan sullivan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"Today's show. Now keep in mind at the end of today's show. We're going to unpack a little. Bit of what dan talked about for real estate specifically so hang tight to the end in david's also going to answer in the euro. What's the one thing he's gonna give up to become number one so let's get to the show right now and then after we're done with dan make sure you stick around for the final ten minutes or so. All right dan kelvin. Welcome to the bigger pockets. Podcast this is a complete honor to have you on the show. this has been a the maiden. I'm so excited to me now. i'm excited. Well this is. You know i Try as much as i possible to. respond to invitations podcasts. In just one of the most amazing breakthroughs of the for me last six years. So i've been podcasting. I have nine different series. That i do and i do with partners and I've found that conversations is my favorite medium rather than just talking to the microphone and talking to the screen. I really like having conversation already. We've opened up some things to talk about here. Yeah boy yeah on on that note. What's interesting is i. I feel like a candidate for president like we tried to get a few like presidential candidates from the us to be on the show and we struck out. We couldn't get either one of them but what's interesting is that they will fly across the country and they will go and go to an event that that they go a jet to fly to lose two days of their life. Go to an event with a thousand people. When i'm like we could put you on. You could be in your underwear and you could tell a quarter million people or half million people like whatever you wanted and the i don't think the politicians of onto podcasting yet but They'll get they'll get their you know why that is. I take Bullshit doesn't travel well on podcasts You know who you are really comes across and you look at the big stars on podcast. Seeing their real people you know and You know i I follow scott adams. I got out probably every day. Joe rogan. I watch joe rogan and i i just. I don't do it to learn nathan. Just do it. Because i enjoy how they want them strictly himself in the other one. He's got some of the great guests that you could possibly have. Yeah yeah it's pretty. It's pretty phenomenal. So all right well that said we got you for an hour or so and thornton dig into your mindset first of all for those who may not know who. You are Before maybe before you were. You know dan sullivan. The guy we all know in respect and love who who are you. Where'd you come from before that. How'd you get into this world of strategic coaching. Yeah real real fast bio here. Farm boy from northern ohio may my family had produce farms. Sweetcorn string beans tomatoes Fifth of two fifth children both my parents. Fifth children and their family and child and fifth child is Kind of like an only child with no responsibility whatsoever. So i went wandering as a cat. And i'm kind of a wanderer. And i got a lot of encouragement growing up. I had good. School system went through that Got out of high school with no money. So i got a job with the fbi for two years in washington dc when jfk was president is j. edgar hoover. I met j. edgar hoover than some interesting things that took me out of school and got drafted in the vietnam war so i spent two years in south korea and i was the coordinator for entertainment for about half of south korea so i had a background in theatre..
"dan sullivan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"Hosted the bigger pockets. Podcast here with my co host. Mr david greene david greene. I have a question for you. You wanna hear the question. yes. I would love it. The question comes from today show. The question is what do you have to stop doing right now to be number one l. God this is what it is. You're going to answer that. Yeah what do you have to stop. Here's what i want you to think about this from an it. I want you to answer it in the outer. So here's the deal. Today's show is with a very very well. Known successful will call a performance coach. Entrepreneurial coach mindset coach. He runs the company called strategic coach. You've probably heard of it before if not they're the largest coaching organizations in the world. I dan sullivan. Dan is a very very well. Known name in the world entrepreneurship and coaching And we are. I'm so lucky to have him here today. Talking about his latest book is called. who not how. It's all about getting other people to do things to help you. Achieve your goals. In fact i even took a screen shot from the book and want to read it request to you guys whatever here it says the promise of this book is dead serious and simple every time you apply who not how by imagining a new goal and getting who's quote who's to work toward it. You will improve your time. Increase your income expand your relationships and deepen your purpose. So that's what the show is about today with dan felon and one of the questions he asked in the show was. What do you have to stop doing to become number one or to become the best and so david. I'm actually ask you that in the hour of today's show but before we get to that. Let's get today's That was a long quick Tennis quick tip is very simple if you are not currently either in a mastermind group or meeting with a performance coach of some kind or an accountability partner. Some kind somebody. That's going to hold you accountable to your goals and help you be the best version of.
"dan sullivan" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"Version of all this then. Sounds great yeah. I'm actually literally in dallas texas right now drake redfern. He's working on launch. We're doing we got this like whiteboards full of all sorts of cool stuff and dre. Of course someone. I met genius network. He's a who ended I recently read re read the book principles by radio. When i forgot entirely there was a deep section in that all about how the who is more important than the what. And that's kind of what i've realized. Is that in your life. Your results are produced by the people. You're in a relationship with and so once. I started actually taking relationships more seriously in rather than doing everything by myself. 'cause like a like a lot of people. I was trained to think in terms. Of how i spent all my time doing how i got really good at learning. I got really good at doing how And i could learn very quickly. And i could produce results very quickly but i was still very limited by my own time capacity my own ability to take on so much. Obviously with growing family needed to learn how to develop relationships and so yeah few years ago. I joined genius network and started literally. I met dray. Who's right here. The at my first thing is network meeting and at the time i was still just a young author i had one employee and i had never done any huge launches but literally within three months of meeting day. I did it launch. It was ten times bigger than anything. I've ever done because he's the right new in so that's just the power of knowing the right who's the who comes with the how In one thing. I love just as a thought. 'cause i've studied leadership so much was organizational. Psychology is that there's so much research tobacco everything that dan dean all. You guys teach like true leaders. Don't tell people how to do their job. True leaders provide the vision provide the vision in white so important and detailed division so specifically that the right who comes the right who comes and they. Don't be micromanaging instead. They're just empowered to do the. How and that's that's what i loved about this project. So thanks to dan. For letting me write this book creek props to tucker max because max was really important for this book. One thing. I just want to share about my side of the book. When i first heard dan talk about this idea i thought it was so powerful and inspiring that i wanted to do a major book on it i was. I had already done Done we'll doesn't work at already. Been working on other books. But i really wanted to take how to another level and i couldn't do it. I got stuck in atlanta detector. Mac one of the things. That tucker max aside from helping get the book deal. He helped me do as he helped me be the who because when i was writing this book. Actually you know. I have a lot of respect for dan sullivan and i was starting to right the wrong book starting to try to write a book that dan wanted me to write and ultimately tucker helped me be. Who tucker said ben..
Senators clash on the floor over wearing masks
"To with your donation of hunger thought dot Orig there was a fight over masks on the Senate floor last night. Sherrod Brown, Ohio Democrat was about to begin his remarks when he said this to Alaska Republican Dan Sullivan, who was presiding over the Senate start by asking the presiding officer, Please wear a mask. As he speaks and people below him or I can't tell you what to do. But I know that behavior wear masks when I'm speaking like most senators, well, I mostly ends up But I don't need your instruction from. I know you don't need my instruction, but they're clearly isn't much interest in this body in public help again. That was shared Brown Republican from accepted Democrat from Ohio, who followed that by saying, We have a president who hasn't shown up
Georgia's Two Runoff Races Become Focus for Senate Control
"Georgia are getting national attention because they'll determine who controls the U. S. Senate. Florida Senator Marco Rubio campaigned in the Atlanta suburbs for Georgia's two Republican senators, Kelly Leffler and David Perdue face runoff elections in January. With Alaska Republican Dan Sullivan's projected reelection victory. Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff's must win both Georgia Senate races if their party is to match Republican voting power in the Senate. Fox's Jonathan Serrie in Atlanta the Trump campaign
"dan sullivan" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Trump as the previous president. He said he has enjoyed a good relationship with Trump and called his phone call with Biden. Refreshing and excellent. Aita is now weakening a bit to a tropical storm, but a storm surge warning remains in effect for the Tampa Bay area. National Hurricane Center record came, Graham says residents can expect quite a bit of rain looking. Some of these rain bands just went through Sarasota moving through the Tampa Bay area that could produce some heavy rainfall that could produce of gusty winds anymore. From Tampa, now to Fort Myers, ADA was at hurricane strength earlier today. NBC News reports. Republican Dan Sullivan is the winner of the Senate race in Alaska. The victory gives Republicans at least 50 seats in the next Senate to run off elections in Georgia next month will determine whether the GOP or the Democrats control the Senate. Political turmoil is on the increase in Hong Kong bills in for reports, all of Hong Kong's pro democracy politicians have resigned. The move by the 15 legislators came after four opposition lawmakers were expelled for endangering national security. That move came after China's parliament adopted a resolution that allows Hong Kong to expel legislators. Who support Hong Kong's independence. Space six is being allowed to carry astronauts into space. It received certification from NASA yesterday for its crew, Dragon capsule and Falcon nine rocket. That means the U. S won't have to rely on Russia anymore. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen predicts.
With GOP win in Alaska, control of Senate pushes to January
"A January runoff in Georgia will decide the control of the Senate Alaska Republicans kept a seat in the Senate after Dan Sullivan defeated al gross an independent running as a Democrat the Georgia run off election set for January fifth are becoming a showdown over control of the Senate GOP senator Kelly Loeffler will face Democrat Rockpile Warnock and Republican senator David Perdue will face challenger Jon Ossoff lost Lauren Perdue appeared at a crowded indoor rally in Marietta Georgia with senator Marco Rubio this decision to make right it's America that look at the consequences if Republicans only get fifty seats Democrats would control the Senate because vice president Kamilla Harris would become the tiebreaker I'm Jennifer king
Republican Dan Sullivan wins reelection to U.S. Senate from Alaska
"NBC News is projecting Republican Dan Sullivan is the winner of the Senate race in Alaska. Victory gives Republicans at least 50 seats in the next Senate. However, with Democrats winning the White House, they need just one more seat to control the chamber control of the Senate will come down to to run off elections in Georgia in
"dan sullivan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"It is so we just are getting word speaking of votes still being counted. We just got word out of south of sorry, North Carolina. That Thom Tillis has won the North Carolina center race. And that Cal Cunningham, his opponent. I has conceded. So There's a race where one person wins. The other person agrees. And says Okay, I concede, he sent out a tweet saying, I just called Senator Tell us they congratulate him on winning reelection to a second term. The voters have spoken and I respect their decision. So, um, I called a tow 1:41 p.m. Eastern time. We just got word now. So that gives the Senate Think. Where are we had 49 Republicans and Dan Sullivan from Alaska. Is ah! Expected to win. But do you know that they've only got 58% of the votes collected in Alaska? 58% reporting, so they're still It doesn't make a hill of beans as faras, the presidential race other than that close, but it's three electoral votes out of Alaska. Oh, and, um I think Dan Sullivan is ahead by more than 2 to 1. But with only 58%. Apparently, all the people who call elections are not willing to call that election. Interesting. So I guess you're good to go the other way. But Georgia is the big is the big play marked thesis. Former speechwriter for W. Says that Georgia senators I really need. They're talking about all this business about the president and he's not Going anything as far as transition and all that is well, But Jason says he is the president is really needed to back the senators in Georgia. Well, they don't they don't. They need the Trump Coalition to come out of the trump voters to come out. I mean, the people who showed up at those rallies, that's what's going to put him over the top. And look. This is an opportunity for redemption for Donald Trump. Hey, if he doesn't campaign in Georgia and leaves, and we and Republicans lose the Senate, and he wasn't there, then that's a sign that he's just not coming back. And he's given up on politics because he will never. He will never get get elected..
Control of Senate still uncertain with a few races left to be determined
"Is between Republican Senator David Perdue and Democrat John Assaraf. If Jonah's Off can pull David Perdue down below that 50% mark that race will go to a runoff A swell. Joining us now is Shivan Hughes, Capitol Hill reporter at The Wall Street Journal. They're joining us. Theo von Good to be here wanted to get an update on the elections. The Senate was something that a lot of people were focusing on. We've already kind of talked about how the polls were wrong again, or the races weren't as tight as we thought. You know, there was a lot of talk about Democrats possibly picking up a lot of Senate seats, possibly flipping the Senate. It doesn't look like that's gonna happen now. But there are some pickups that the Democrats did get, and there's still a few races that we have yet to call on this. So Shiven tell us a little bit about what's going on in the Senate. So right now, the Senate stands at an even 48 48 48 for Democrats, 48 for Republicans, Democrats picked oven at one seat because they won seats in Colorado and Arizona. But they lost a seat in Alabama. So that's where you get the net one. There are four races that are outstanding one in Alaska, where the Republican Dan Sullivan is expected to win and one in North Carolina, where that Republican Thom Tillis is expected to win, so to holds, the focus now is on to Georgia Senate races. One of them is already going to go to a runoff next year. That's the one featuring Republican Senator Kelly La Flor, who is defending that seat. The other one is between Republican Senator David producer and Democrat Jon Ossoff's. If Jon Ossoff's can pull David Perdue down below that 50% mark that race will go to a runoff. A swell If both races go to a runoff, and if Democrats pick up both seats, Democrats would have 50 seats total, which, if Joe Biden becomes the president means that Democrats would be in control. But that's a very, very narrow pathway for Democrats to climb and already you hear Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Sounding confident that he is going to be the majority leader next year. You know, I mentioned the poles and how wrong they were or how off they were. What do polls say about these two races? At least, I mean, if they're going to run off their already really tight races to begin with. So going into this, The Poles did show that these were going to be very tight races, at least especially in the case of David Perdue. He had started out in the polls a little bit ahead and then in the public polls going into this, he was less than a percentage point behind so well within the margin of error. And the point that suggested it was a dead. He we now have ah, different kind of pole in the form of the fact that people have now voted and we're seeing those votes start to come in. Currently, we have David D'oh at about the 50% mark, with votes still to be counted on absentee basis. We're looking in particular at those Atlanta suburbs, and that compares to about 47.7% for the Democrat John Assaraf with the libertarian at about 2% points, so a very, very close race there. Our Democrats looking in the house. That was another one where they said, you know, there was a possibility of them gaining seats that actually looks like they lost a few seats. So what's going on in the House of Representatives? The races aren't fully called yet. But yes, Democrats were sure they were going to pick up seats, maybe on the order of about 10 seats this cycle, and instead, Democrats are losing seats down by about seven, according to our last count. You're seeing Democrats like Joe Cunningham in South Carolina. Having lost in suburban areas like outside of ST Louis and Wagner's seat in Missouri. She held on to that Nazi which Democrats about they're going to be able to flip in New York State. Max Rose was not looking likely to keep the Democratic seat also Anthony Brindisi in a more western part of the state, not looking likely to keep his seat. So this was not a good election for Democrats. And as we Speak. The House Democrats are in the middle of a private conference call where you have to be sure they are hashing these issues out, and it's probably not very pretty. So, as you mentioned again, this kind of leaves us with the two houses divided again, just as we've had this past four years of President Trump, so whoever comes in, it'll be pretty difficult to get anything done again. Just as we've been going through. It's going to be really hard to get anything done. And because the outcome in the Senate is uncertain, we don't know exactly what's going to be possible. But whatever it is, it's going to be a lot less ambitious than what Democrats were thinking. Democrats were already planning for a big Corona virus relief package early next year. They had been planning to do major legislation on climate change, and you're seeing those be scaled back. I'm hearing people talk about maybe an infrastructure package that has Eluded both parties for so long, maybe something on broadband. I'm starting to hear with expectations that Joe Biden is likely to be the victor. Is there anything that he could do through executive action? Could he take money that Congress has already appropriated it and repurpose that it wouldn't be nearly enough as what Democrats are hoping to achieve their covert aid bill, but they're starting to explore alternative pathways.
Democrats reject White House offer for short-term extension of unemployment benefit
"Senate Democrats have blocked a Republican effort to extend unemployment benefits under the cares at Alaska Republican Dan Sullivan says Given a stalemate on a broader bill, it was a great compromise will continue. The unemployment. Levels. Paid two Americans that were in the care, Zack. For another week, a proposal that died a quick death when it was blocked by the Senate minority leader. Without a real explanation. Senator Schumer blasting the extension and the larger Joop proposal. Skinny Benji. Not up to the
Psychiatrist Dr. Mark Goulston - Real influence and Training Yourself
"You're like you're like. Drinking from a fire. I'm apple. Ramp Myself Up I. was I can't take a nap on your show. That's for sure. I want to demonstrate something because there's a saying at least in Hollywood I'm not that far from it even though we're all isolated. It's better to show than to tell so. I'm going to demonstrate something far. Listeners in for you about how to be more influential. One of the things unfortunate to do is i. On on break now, but I breakfast would Larry King every day. Although we're doing zoom calls now and something. I've noticed about Larry because Larry eighty-six. He's still going strong. Still has a show. It streamed call Larry King now on home on the on the Internet and something I've noticed what has made Larry's such an icon. Is. Here's A. Plus after. and not a minus sir, and not a topper. What that means is when he listens to people. He adds to what they're saying. He doesn't a minus it he doesn't. Get Defensive. He doesn't give advice. He doesn't give unsolicited advice on his shows, so nobody's afraid. They're going to get a GOTCHA. And he's not a topper. If you say I if you say Oh, I went to the mountains, he he's not going to say oh. That's very nice. You know we went to Europe. And, so I'm going to be a plus to something. You just said I. Hope this will add value. You're listening because you mentioned something about training and I was thinking as you were talking about and I'm. And I'm reminded of a fellow named Dan Sullivan. Dan Sullivan found something called the strategic coach and part of what Dan said is what life get comes down to his habits. Happy People have different habits than unhappy people. Successful people have different habits than unsuccessful people. And he said what a habit is is it's a discrete piece of behavior that you repeat over and over again until it becomes a habit. And it takes about a month, and in other words you train on that and you repeat on that takes discipline, but over time you internalize it, and it becomes more natural, and then you can learn another habit now why this is important under stress because I'm am a psychiatrist, but I'm also a passionate about neuroscience. Is. What happens is when we're under stress and who isn't. We have you've all heard of your adrenal glands? And what happens is your adrenal guns. Put out something called Cortisol. High Cortisol is high stress and what happens is your high cortisol triggers something in your brain called your middle and Migdal as part of your emotional brain, and when that high cortisol goes up. What happens is it triggers a migdal hijack and what that means. Is Your Migdal shunts blood away from your thinking brain. Into your survival brain and guess what taps into your training. It will tap in to what you've been trained to do almost automatically. Do you think NBA stars when. They think between shots. No, it's training and they've been trained. What what's the saying? It May Have Been Stephen, Covey senior, or someone said you need. What is it ten thousand? What does it take to be come an expert? He said was at ten thousand hours. As a ten thousand hours or know that's probably more training in many of us however. Yeah thousands of hours. Thousands of hours and what happens is you become an expert at it, so you don't even have to think when you're faced with a situation, so I can't emphasize what Jay is saying. Strongly enough train train train train so that you have many many options, no matter what something whatever is. Facing you years ago I, was a fan of tiger woods during his heyday, and it was interesting when someone asked him. How do you play around the Gulf? He says. I've hit every shot possible ten thousand times, so he's an expert in every shot. He said every time I hit a shot. I don't race ahead I. don't worry about it because I know. I've trained and hit whatever SEAN I'M GONNA face. Ten Thousand Times and he says what I do is i. just you know, have a nice walk dot, breathe and feel okay. Don't worry I get on top of the shot I. Look at where I'm GonNa next hit it I know I've hit it at ten thousand times. I look at the ball and I. Just say one word execute. And so I love what you're saying about. The Training Training Training and And I know for a lot of listeners. In these times you're overwhelmed. OVERWHELMED WITH! I can train and I'm just trying to make it through the day. I'll tell you another bit of training. That I learned from a friend of mine. His name was Bob. ECKERD he was the CEO of Mattel. And I asked I asked Bob. How do you deal with stress? and. I'll tell a quick story if that's okay, sure absolutely story. So he told me. He said that before he wasn't Mattel and he's left Mattel. Now is an investment company, but he really turned mattel. Ron Big time. And he said before that he was the CEO of Craft in Chicago and when he started at kraft, he was I may president of the cheese division. And in two months time, the dairy prices went up. And so craft, Gary. Prices went up, and then they went down, but it was written into the bylaws of craft that they didn't lower their prices, so the independence lowered the prices when the prices went down, but kraft didn't. And he had no say over that he was just the president of the division. He unwritten all the protocols, and so the newspaper there was all these headlines. Heads are GonNa Roll at craft. It's going to be the end of craft. Because Cheese was a big division biggest. Division. And he told me he said you know. I was just in a funk and staring. Into the TV screen on a Sunday and the. Coach of the Cincinnati Bengals Sam Wash. And taken the Bengals to the Super Bowl two years earlier, they'd lost, but he took him to the Super Bowl. But this year they had lost ten games in a row. And Bob said I'm just staring at the TV. And the report says to. Sam, so Sam. What are you GONNA do. You're going to be fired on Tuesday. What do you think about that? and Bob said it was as if he was speaking to me. Sam Weiss looked out on the television and said. You know what I'm going to be fired. On Tuesday I know I'm going to be fired on Tuesday. Everybody knows I'm going to be fired on Tuesday But, that doesn't matter. What matters is what can I do between Sunday and Tuesday to make the Bengals a better team? So what Bob adapted I think it's a great philosophy to get through stressful times, and he used it to get through rough times at Mattel. Is. He said before he goes to bed. He says to himself, and he writes down. What can I get done? That's different. Than what can I do, but what can I get done by the end of tomorrow? To Make Mattel, a better company. What can I get done by the end of tomorrow to be a better husband to be a better dead? And when you write that down when you train yourself to get into that habit to it for thirty days, it'll become natural. You can go to bed. Easier, you can change it when you wake up in the morning, but again it's one of those trainings. What can I get done? To Make My. To make my team more successful to make me were successful. If I'm looking for a job to be a more effective and looking for a job so right that. That question before you go to bed. Train yourself to do it. And you might be able to get to sleep without having to take some of those magic. His name is Dr Mark Allston. A. By the way I did not know he was going to do this and it was better than I could ever. Swore. WE'RE WE WE? I know we're. GonNa talk about this book real influence. And it's fantastic, but what you're hearing is the heart of the man, and he is absolutely fabulous. He's going to be with us for the next forty minutes on the
"dan sullivan" Discussed on WTVN
"Newsradio six ten WTVN Dan Sullivan on the live line Dan appreciate the time this morning thanks Joe what matter because well yeah everybody here is a doing great we're keeping everybody at arm's length like I'm sure you and your staff for doing as well right no doubt absolutely so what age is weird no normally I would say in a given year we probably would not talk to you in the end of March because you're still doing your prep and we know the tournaments coming in we don't sweat it until it's closer to it about what the corona virus on large gatherings of people which would certainly he would fall under that largely being you know said stop doing that your couple months out but what do you think it right now is it is it on is that the lady is it gonna happen what you think well you think about it next week we'd be looking at the masters and celebrating the win from last year I'll be excited and now we all have those memories from last year you know we're we're we're planning on going to parallel the focus is to put the payment on I understand that we're we're part of a process understanding where the PGA tour's gonna go and obviously where governors gonna go and trying to match those two out and so daily I'm trying to pay attention to what everyone's saying and what decisions are being made in around the sport and in around Ohio and with the focus on June first it is not too far away but could be far enough away but then the potential maybe another day sits out there and we're just working day today to try to figure that out I got to be quite a shock I mean you know when when they shut it down in the middle of the players I mean they only had around in and then they shut that one down and basically said Hey we're going to shut her down until the eighteen T. Byron Nelson which runs kind of the the end of the first week of may when you got the news that had to be like stunning to you and it well there's a group of us down there and so we're there Tuesday Wednesday last Wednesday night and on Tuesday one day is available after a lot of people around interacting with each other having a good time having meetings and then all of a sudden we get home Wednesday night Thursday we start hearing rumors and by Friday and people each of them SO two absolutely surreal and never seen anything like it obviously and but shut down for the right reasons yeah I mean our governor has been great and being a leader and figure it out what has to happen in order for this to be curbed and with any luck over the next couple weeks we're seeing as they call the surgeon in that curve flatten and we can get to the other side yeah you look at that you know we hear from Amy Acton that the peak is maybe coming first of may but you don't know you know you don't know post because we're still kind of in the ramp up in you know I talked to Joe Castaldo from Ohio health he's infectious disease guy and you know his inclination right now is that we're getting more numbers because we're doing more testing so you know it it's kind of out there it may not be spreading as much as you know people listening to reports would thank but you know you just look at the physical plant of Muirfield village and you know that if you get you know a hot golfer or a tiger woods or a Phil Mickelson there's going to be a crush of people around that is gonna be you know twenty five hundred thirty five forty five hundred people they're gonna be right around a green or a tee box and given the current situation you just can't have that yeah we're gonna have to be smart and responsible and we know that will work with everyone that we need to whether it's the stator at PGA tour anybody in between to ensure when the tenants being put on that we're doing it in the right way and in that respect the way for everybody and because it's unknown room literally learning everyday on and what could be and what needs to be in order to put on a professional golf tournament you know the talk of having a golf tournament without sex readers could happen in Israel but I don't know if it should happen all different from our perspective you know that build on the community come together whether it's all of our volunteers are incredible patrons and sponsors and I don't know if we try to accomplish the goal but without a doubt that's a conversation point that'll continue to happen and and we'll see where we end up Dan how much of a converse ten point is delaying the tournament you know there's only so many dates on the calendar and all these terms can't be played I bet you because you're running out of days but could we see that could we see the memorial Hey we're not ready to play by June but maybe you know into the fall we could be is that possible we absolutely could and it all depends on where in the end of the day in a major championship scale for following them they have to make their decisions you know right now the only major championship that has ultimately said they're not playing is the PGA championship as well as the masters of both the Mets postponed so now we're waiting on the other to to make their decision and there is that there's room on the calendar we just have to be diligent and make sure that were raising their hand is half as hard as we can say that one more of work while if it can't go June first then let's pick another day.
"dan sullivan" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Dan makes ten points The first point is forget about yourself. Focus on others. Uncertainty can drive people into themselves making them feel isolated and helpless. I'm sure you can relate right now. The best strategy here is to go. In the opposite direction expanding your connection with others and focusing on helping them transform their negatives into the more. You contribute in this fashion. The less. You'll need to worry about your own situation. You'll become a source of confidence for everyone else number to forget about your commodity focus on your relationships. In Uncertain Times people become frightened about the viability of their commodities. The things they sell and the jobs they hold a more strategic response here is to disregard your own commodity and on deepening the power and possibilities of all of your relationships with family friends team members suppliers clients customers and prospects every time you strengthen relationship the viability of your commodity will increase number three. Forget about the sale focus on creating value. Most people don't like being sold too at the best of times and when times are uncertain or scary like they are now they turn off. Hang up and slammed shut but what people want at all times is value creation. That is solutions that help them eliminate their dangers captured their opportunities and reinforce their strengths. When you focus on providing these three solutions the sales will naturally follow number four. Forget about your losses focus on your opportunities things you had a may have taken for granted sometimes disappear some people never get over this they keep trying to replay their old games..
"dan sullivan" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Hi everyone and welcome to one of my world. Famous point five episodes and those are episodes in which Rather than having a guest come on and tell a how to happen success story instead talk about something meaningful to me and hopefully to you as well and today. That's something meaningful is how to have success in scary times. I'm recording this on March. Twenty second twenty twenty and the United States the world and you are dealing with the rapid spread of a virus called SARS to cove nineteen or known better as the corona virus as a result of the virus. Schools and businesses are shut down. Restaurants are closed. People are self isolating and social. Distancing is a thing that no one heard of in two thousand nineteen but everybody knows about now you could easily make the case that these are scary unprecedented and once in a one hundred year kind of times but here we are all of us and the question is what do we do. What do we do as leaders? It's our job to be helpful to others right but before we can be helpful to others. We have to be clear about helping ourselves. I understand then to react and as many of you who are familiar with the podcast or familiar with me. No I am a huge fan. Dan Sullivan the founder of the strategic coach program. And when things get weird for me I turned to. Dan and I look for what Dan has to say about The Times or what he has said or thought about when it comes to maintaining focus being a successful entrepreneur. And then I read it and I follow it and so as I was thinking about this issue. I came across What Dan has called the scary times success manual and he didn't write that he didn't write that manual in response to the Corona Virus Instead it was in response to The aftermath of nine eleven but as I read it as I reread it. I thought to myself. I don't think I can say things any better to get US focused. On what as leaders we can be doing to combat this. What may seem uncomfortable Situation and so. I thought I would read that manual to you and see what you think in this manual..
SXSW Will Go On Despite Coronavirus Concerns
"Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn every year. A few hundred thousand people gathered in Austin Texas for south by southwest. It's an international festival of music film and Technology but with the threat of the corona virus at hand. Some people are saying that bringing massive crowds into one place could be a very bad idea. Facebook twitter Amazon and a few other tech and media companies. Already have dropped out of the festival which starts on March thirteenth. South by southwest organizers. Say they're nevertheless moving ahead. Dan Sullivan is a writer for Texas monthly and he joins us from Austin Dan. Welcome to the show for having me so before we get into the impact of the corona virus. Let's talk a little bit about just. How big south by South West is in terms of its physical presence in Austin? How much are people's lives affected when the festival comes to town? Well it's huge. It takes over a giant chunk of the city several miles especially the downtown area but also beyond that it does have a huge impact. Let's talk about some health. Concerns from people who live in Austin and online petition calling for a total cancellation of south by southwest. West has more than forty thousand signatures. I've been to south by southwest. It's been a number of years but like any popular gathering. There are a lot of people in a lot of lines it can be getting into a movie can be getting into a club getting into a restaurant. You are very much cheek to jowl with a lot of your fellow festival guests and I guess that's something that a lot of people might be concerned about. It's not just that you're inside venue with a lot of people. But they're massive crowds basically wherever you go on all the streets and a lot of public spaces. Yeah that is a very real part of the concern is that it's just going to put a lot of people in close quarters. The festival did talk today about potentially encouraging people to be further physically apart from each other whether that means capping the capacity at venues or starting a standing in line protocol. I don't know specifically but it's something that seemed to be aware of the head of twitter. Jack Dorsey was scheduled to speak but he's since cancelled. Because of the company's concerns about the corona virus in fact twitter said in a statement that it was cancelling all quote non critical business travel and events unquote. Who else has bowed out so far. We've seen twitter facebook Amazon Amazon Entertainment Amazon studios when out today. Tick Tock went out today. A measurable which usually has a pretty sizeable south by South West presence. Cancel yesterday. There's probably more to. We're talking with Texas monthly writer. Dan Solomon about south by southwest and concerns over the corona virus. I WanNa talk a little bit about the economic impact of south by southwest. Obviously there are a lot of hotels and restaurants that benefit but it seems from your own reporting. There are a lot of smaller businesses. That really rely on south by Southwest Festival didn't happen they'd be in a big amount of trouble. Yeah that's absolutely true. One thing that it's kind of hard to break apart is south by southwest rise with the rise of Austin Austin city of that is rapidly growing population and that growth has coincided with the rise of south by southwest. And so you've seen a lot of people and a lot of businesses that factor south by South West heavily into their business models. So you've got caterers. Who opened up operations because they knew that every march they could pay a third of their monthly bills. Off of one week I talked to all sorts of people who have jobs that you wouldn't think of as a south by southwest thing carpenters and pedicab drivers and people who rent Porta potties. And all of those people really do count on South by southwest as a huge part of their annual income. I think it's also important to note that south by southwest can be an important launching point for musical acts and for movies right now. I think there's about one hundred world premiere films including new movies from Judd Appetito. There's a documentary. About the Beastie Boys New King Arthur movie with Patel. I'm wondering in terms of its impact in the conversation about art and artists. How important would you say south by southwest has become? It's huge. I mean especially. The film festival has been growing every year and people like John. Appetite Tau like if he can't premier his movie at South by southwest any other film festival in the world would be happy to have him but there are a lot of people who get a benefit from small filmmakers independent filmmakers short filmmakers who get a benefit from premiering their phone at the same festival judd appetite out of festival with the prestige of south by southwest. And that would be. It'd be really difficult for people who are counting on that premiere to make connections to launch their careers to lose it as far as musicians. Go The festival itself doesn't pay very well but there are all of these events. Historically that happened around the festival often paid for by companies like Amazon and facebook and twitter. Who Get pretty good paychecks? And you'll see bands who wrote their entire tours around going south by South West so they can play. Fourteen shows in Austin that week including official showcase and without that economy happening it really does have a huge disruptive effect on a lot of Art Creativity. That's at the core of the festival the organizers of MIB TV which was set for later this month in France just cancelled that annual television convention. I'm wondering if you have any idea of what the organizers of south by southwest are trying to wrestle with now what is the balance they're trying to strike? I mean. I think that they do have a real concern. Certainly the city of Austin has a real concern if it makes more sense to have everything under the control of south by southwest which can at least institute hand washing protocols and recommended safe distances and have some authority over the people who who come to town for the festival versus just having sort of a chaos festival because all of those bands who booked their tors to Austin. Most of them are hand to Mouth. Starts Musicians. Who CAN'T AFFORD TO CANCEL? Literally they already took time off of work. They're going to be coming anyway. You know people who aren't traveling on badges people who are just coming to south by South West to have a good time a lot of them are still gonna come so I think that a big part of the concern right now is. Is it more useful for south by South West to continue to have control over what happens in Austin or is it more useful to just say everybody stay home? This isn't a safe place to be. And I think that they're legitimately struggling with that. And I'm sure there are also struggling with some very real financial considerations it will be hard to me bound from cancelling something that they've worked on all year. I think that there's a real resistance to that. Just because this is all they do south by southwest project of another organization. They put on this festival for ten days in March and having to cancel it just days before it's supposed to begin. It's supposed to start a week from Friday. I think that's something that they're just resistant to do. Because they've been working on it for a year then Solomon is a writer for Texas monthly. He joined us from Austin Dan. Thanks so much for coming on the
"dan sullivan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Friend strategic coach Dan Sullivan is to clearly define in your life who you want to be a hero to and I'm gonna talk in this segment about how I want to be a hero to several people in my life including you who are listening right now but it today as I am speaking to you happens to be my well I don't reveal my age is my birthday but I always tell youth groups at that I speak to when I mentor them I'm on a aboard a vice chairman of teenage suicide prevention and I get to speak to a lot of youth and I always say well I'm not gonna tell you my age but I'll tell you what level I'm at so I'm at level sixty seven now and I always say what level are you at and you know fourteen then that of course what does someone at level sixty seven no maybe or have had it as far as experiences are concerned compared to someone who's at level fourteen and they then want to listen to maybe some wisdom and advice even though young people think they know what all when they graduate from high school may be whatever folks this is a big cold Imation of my seventh year of conducting with my sweet wife of forty five years sherry our annual grandpa's camp in it is probably one of the most incredible weeks we hold each year with our grand children we have sixteen grand children one more on the way and if you've never heard me talk about grandpa's camp it is the highlight of our summer for us in our grand children basically the twelve year old and older a come for the first three days and we talked teenage talking to high adventure at the very first morning at six AM we were at nine thousand three hundred feet in a hot air balloon and we do different types of high adventure we talk teenage talk it's incredible I was teaching them how to solve and problems by using what I call the solution formulator a tool that I developed as several years ago this very very powerful and the theme this year we have a theme every year the theme is be a possibility thinker that you obtain the best possible in life when you seek the impossible and I had several exercises and stories about people who are detained at what the world thought was impossible and then I had them a right down on their solution formulator and eleven by seventeen worksheet eight golf that that a lot of people say all that's not possible that they want to have in the next three years five years or ten years in their life it was over the top now the four year olds and older come and join them for the next two days and my wife usually takes the four five six seven year olds and they get to camp out at the cabin with grandma and I take the eight nine ten eleven year olds in this year I had the nine of them and we camped at a different spot and we do high adventure and we do four Wheeler rides but all of our grand children take turns in teaching a lesson to their cousins about somebody in history like Thomas Edison or da Vinci or anybody that is attained the best possible the Wright brothers our people and that are in scripture because we are a religious family and we want to have them understand some of those great stories in the Bible like David and Goliath and so forth and so it is just an incredible opportunity for us to connect with our grand children and our purpose is to lift them up and I understand that that their future is their choice and that when they go out and they're proactive and they Jean Yves it just like one of my favorite speakers zig Ziglar used to say the only difference between a big shot and a little shot is a big shot is a little shot that kept shooting and so I want them to never get discouraged with trying and failing well what am I trying to do I want to empower them so that the rest of their lives and they look at life with big old little see more opportunities than they possibly have the capability to see that's a nice problem we teach them how to then determine or filter which opportunities they're going to seize which ones are going to delegate and which ones are going to walk away from but unfortunately many use or even adults go through life with big sis allow more capability than they have opportunities because nobody ever teach them how to look at life's challenges even as an opportunity my heavens when there's anxiety there's opera these are my good friend Richard Rossi always says and so I am trying to be a hero to our grand children I want to be a hero to our children we have family retreats with the purpose I want to a continued to hopefully be at a great hero the main hero to my wife we've been married forty five years and we have supported one another through thick and thin but I want to be a hero to you and when I can help you understand things clearer and live a balanced life which is more than just wobbling on money money money even though I've helped thousands of people optimize their financial assets and minimize unnecessary taxes it's really about being balanced in life and being the hero to those you care about that you want to be and it it's not about you is not about me it's about you it's about when when I'm talking about you and the relationship of those who you want to be a hero to is not about you it's about them your children your grandchildren and that's what makes these experiences like grandpa's camp just over the top because we get immersed in helping them understand and gain confidence and faith in a brighter future and that's my objective here on live abundant radio is to give you hope and for a brighter future and in the next segment I'll give you a few examples of how we do that but you know my two sons and I released our eleventh book and it is being going crazy I was interviewed in a series called money revealed that went viral and so we've gone through and thousands of copies of our most recent book the laser find and the laser fire and it helps you understand how to optimize your financial.
"dan sullivan" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And live the life. You want to lead folks, stay with me. I am going to extend your life expectancy in this. First segment if you would like to live ten fifteen twenty years longer. Stay tuned. Okay. You know in the last couple of weeks. I've had the great opportunity to be part of a couple of mastermind groups that I've been blessed to be part of for several years for two decades strategic coach with Dan Sullivan. He's coached over six thousand of the world's top entrepreneurs. And I was just with him and seventy other top entrepreneurs in the country, and these are just incredible people, I get to rub shoulders with also the genius network that I belong to since two thousand twelve and I always get these incredible insights, but years ago, Dan, Sullivan, one of my mentors and coaches taught me the lifetime extender exercise, and he actually finished a book that he gifted all of us on the lifetime extender. So I've done this many many times in my audiences at are various educational events. And so I'm going. To do this with you right now. Are you ready? Okay. I'm talking to you the one driving on the freeway right now. Yeah. Everybody I want you to listen up. So it's interesting. How many people have number that comes to mind when I ask this question came. So I want you to think of a number when I asked this question, what age will you likely die? Okay. Think of the age at which you're likely going to die. Now, it's amazing. How many people come up with a number and it usually based upon maybe somebody in their family longevity that had similar genes or lifestyle habits, or what have you when I I did this exercise years ago? I immediately thought the number eighty seven, and I why did I think that well because I'm a lot like my father and he lived until age eighty seven. So I just thought eighty-seven okay, here, we got whatever number you came up with whether it's in the fifties. Her clear up to age one hundred is that the number you agree with or would you like to have another number? Okay. At bigger number. When I started thinking, I thought well, yeah, I'd like to live at five ten fifteen twenty years longer. Now is that a realistic K, well, people sometimes they don't understand how to sort of set themselves up to live longer. So what I would ask my audience next is. Okay. So if you were to pass away, let's say at age eighty seven like I thought the first time. I wanna ask four or five questions came. How are you doing physically? How would you like to be physically the the year before age eighty seven is if that's the number you picked or whatever number you picked? Okay. How would you like to be doing mentally? How would you like to be doing financially? How would you describe the quality of your relationships? What would you like them to be the year before that age, and what's your assessment of life that you've led up until that age? Okay. I want you to think about that at and you're considering the year before the age that you picked that you would likely pass away. Now a lot of times when I do this people say, well, I want to be in good physical shape. I don't want to be a burden on anybody. I want to be able to get around on my own, mobility, and so forth. I I want to be mentally sharp and be with it and not have Alzheimer's or or forget or whatever. How do you want to be financially? I want to be financially secure and have enough money and not worry about my money and any healthcare costs or anything like that. I don't want to outlive. My money your quality of relationships. Yeah. I want to be able to have relationships with my spouse, my children, my grandchildren, and neighbors and friends, and what have you and your assessment of life that I've had an incredible life, and I feel energetic. I I wanna live another five ten fifteen years. That's what people think up, and so then I turn around. And I say, well, okay. If that's how you were the year before the age, you picked what is the likelihood that you would live another five ten fifteen or twenty years compared to the likelihood that you would die one year after feeling like that. Well, no, I if I if I really was the top of my game, physically financially, mentally and so forth. The likelihood is that I would live another five ten fifteen twenty years. I immediately. Knew that I could live to be one hundred and seven twenty more years when I I did this exercise. Now, you think well that's interesting another twenty years. Well, is that realistic? Well, I know that I won't make it to age hundred. And seven if I don't have it as a goal. See? Here's the secret. The big issue actually isn't whether I make it to age one hundred seven if I'm interrupted because God wants me who cares. There are those who think I'm setting myself up for disappointment. If I don't live to be one hundred seven, but I'm pretty confident that once I'm gone. It won't bother me. See it's all a mindset, but see it gives me energy when I have in my brain how I want to be physically mentally financially and with my relationships and so forth. At age eighty seven. And so I would likely live another five ten fifteen twenty years. So what I normally ask my audience. Well, if you have an extra five ten fifteen or twenty years, what would you do with those extra years and they start sharing and get energized. Oh, I I would take trips I would travel I would do philanthropic service. I would go on a humanitarian or religious mission, and they go on and on and on they get all energized. And then I say, well, why don't you start doing those things right now and preparing mentally to do those things right now, and you will likely live five ten fifteen twenty years longer. Now, folks, this is just a brief exercise. But if you're getting the pitcher, it's all a mindset and for years, I have helped people increase their life expectancy at first. First of all in their mind to get the mindset that they will live longer because I found that many many people when they approach retirement, they get into this survival mindset and they hunker down. And they don't want outlive their money. And so they stop doing things physically, mentally, and what have you, and it becomes a self fulfilling prophecy, and they end up dying. They just dive in their health and their wealth. And sure enough they die when they predicted. They would die folks. You don't have to do that. And so many times I think with our clientele people have actually extended their life expectancy five ten fifteen twenty years now from a financial standpoint. You know, I've always hated the word retire. See retire means put out of use. It was first introduced in the industrial revolution when factories and so forth when they would retire worn out equipment and replace it. They decided to replace worn out people or the people they thought were worn out and replace them with younger people at lower wages, or whatever. And when people were put out of use. That's what retire means. Put out of us. Do you want to be put out of use? I don't want to be put out of use. But when people retired and we're put out of use the average life expectancy in America was seven years k the whole social security system was designed never to have to pay out benefits. More than an average of seven years now with the baby boomer couple one of you in a baby boomer coupole will likely make it age ninety six. And you're running up healthcare costs and so forth, and the social security system cannot any way shape or form continued to sustain this. That's why they're one hundred and thirty trillion dollars in debt in future obligations, and they don't have the money while it looks like I'm running out of time in this segment that if you stay with me, I'm gonna talk about who per -tunities in the next segment Hooper -tunities, you know, a lot of times people have Hooper -tunities cost. There are three very important ways that I've been very blessed to be the crucial who that handles people's how I get to free up your time to do more of what you really love doing. And what to do more of in your golden years, and I'll share that with you. But folks, if you've heard enough, and you've got to go, and you want to come and learn if you live in the greater San Francisco Bay area. Please jot down the four cities..
"dan sullivan" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"It goes all the way back to Dan Sullivan is the first guy I found who use ten x. Dan Sullivan is a is a business coach out of Toronto. He's phenomenal by the way is business coach. If any of you are interested in in growing your businesses and and want a coach, Dan Sullivan is the guy he is the guy that EV, the all of the big names in impersonal element and coaching and business in business have at one point in their life spent time working with Dan Sullivan. I wouldn't be surprised if you go back for enough if grant Cardona wasn't a wasn't a student of of him as well. But dance came up with this idea of taxing cordona is is a guy who he's got the ten x challenge wrote a book called ten x, and what Carter I don't really. I don't like. Tone that much. I think he's east kind of Dushi if you ask, maybe I mean, look against the guy that guy's been phenomenally wealthy one hundred million dollar business, but just if you watch any of his stuff, it's all about show wh, who's got my money, who's got my money, and I've just, I've never been that over the top with it. But at the same time, the guy's been wildly successful. And one of the things that he is always talking about is the the no sense aiding stay. Poor is what he said. He said, if you got some extra money laying around, you'd better put it into something, get it working, don't put it in the Bank account and let it sit there. It sits there. It's not active. It's not doing anything and you can't make any money with it. You need to enslave that cash. If you haven't read the richest man on Babylon, that's a that's a book that you must read..
"dan sullivan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"About one am so congratulations i like chris coons lot with his own family or with dan sullivan's family both are great photos i wanna ask us questions from the other side maybe i think the line the conceptual line between miratec company mirror tools and an actual contact company i think it's really hard i think you guys have a hard challenge i think regulation over time we'll have a hard challenge and you're a private company so you can make policies that maybe less than first amendment full spirit embracing in my view but i worry about that i worry about a world where when you go from violent groups to hate speech in a hurry in one of your responses to one of the opening questions you may decide or facebook may decide it needs to police a whole bunch of speech that i think america might be better off not having policed by one company that has a really big and powerful platform senator i think that this is a really hard question and i think it's one of the reasons why we struggle with it there's certain definitions that that we that we have around calling for for violence or let's just agree on that if somebody's yelling for violence that shouldn't be there i'm worried about the psychological categories around speech you use language of safety and protection earlier we see this happening on college campuses all across the country it's dangerous forty percent of americans under age thirty five tell pollsters they think the first amendment is dangerous because you might use your freedom to say something that hurts somebody else's feelings guess what there's some really passionately held views about the abortion issue on this panel today can you imagine a world where you might decide the.
"dan sullivan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"In so people started in my view start making excuses calling this the new normal new normal one and a half percent gdp growth is america hitting on all its economic cylinders that's a narrative in washington to me it's one of the most dangerous narratives they're is if we think that one and a half a twopercent is it for the country we're going to have enormous challenges and we're not gonna be position for global leadership center dan sullivan as an event hosted by the aspen institute my view is different i don't think that that's the future i don't believe in the new normal as a matter of fact one of the privileges of being in the us senate if you go reach out the smart people like many of the people in this room who have time on their hands you say had looked the talks you about an issue when next time you're in washington i reached out to dozens of people with one question is this the future the you believe in the new normal of one and a half percent in if not how do we get back the robot's levels of gdp growth that have made this country great and our foreign policy strong nobody believes in the new normal which is why the narrative is so dangerous so here's the good news on that front we are finally i think starting to focus on this we are starting to focus on getting back to robust levels of growth democrats republicans the white house i think their policies that you can undertake tax reform remember of the ideas that our current tax reform bill you don't hear about in the press president obama had these ideas chuck schumer had these ideas corporate tax rate of thirty five said nobody thinks that's a good idea terms of competitiveness of america infrastructure regulatory permiting reform in the one that i'm very folks on energy energy energy energy the us is on the verge right now be in the world's energy superpower again largest producer of oil bigger in saudi arabia and russia largest producer of natural gas bigger than russia largest producer of renewable spirit anybody to me that is an enormous opportunity grow the economy in when people talk about instruments of foreign policy instruments american power energy is one that i think we're just scratching.
"dan sullivan" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"What the governor doocy and let me say scott walker's been a hero here but governor doocy from arizona came on board and that really helps a lot because he believes this will work for arizona so we're gonna vote uh the role will be called and uh everybody will be held accountable and i look forward to the debate i am so excited file his republican they have something that i'm far not just against obamacare and let me tell you they're scared to death you think president obama would come out against this bill if it did think it had a chance uh listen dan sullivan's the nabis what is leeson rakosky we had a really good top with her alaska's a unique state it's about fifty percent more for patient calls ser so few people in such large territory we're trying to be fair to alaska and give them what they need costs are just so different right i'm excited i think i think you think it's going to pass you think this is going to have i really i really was the president behind it i felt the president trump like three times a day mike pence has been on the phone i hope next week we'll have a majority republicans governors come out for this well senator added i'm inclined to support i i hope you can always imperfections i hope you can't last last question the president is expected to act administratively on an issue a seventy four i believe state law federal law that would allow states to then move in the healthcare cooperatives is that part of your plan to in the sense of your factor get though he can do that apart from us president trump is really change the regulatory environment uh here's what president trump is not going to do if this fails.
"dan sullivan" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Oh boy when his bureaucrats back here in washington dc are busily working to sell off public lands and give billionaires and an oil and mineral developers everything they want and screw the american public an interior secretary ryan zinke called murkowski and dan sullivan who is the junior sorry senator from alaska and said that murkowski's vote quote lewis is what this is what zinke bruising trump's cabinet this is what zinke said to to dan sullivan he said a in a makovsky's vote has put alaska's future with this administration in jeopardy really so as solve until the dispatch news the zinc he's wet when wednesday call was troubling solomon said i'm not going to go into the details but i fear that the strong economic growth pro energy pro mining projobs in personnel from alaska or part of those policies are going to stop i tried to push back on behalf of all alaskans were facing some difficult times and there's a lot of enthusiasm for the policies the president's this arteries inking the president of talk with regard to our economy the message was pretty clear this is this is government by mafia this this illegitimate president this national vote loser is acting like a mob boss you wouldn't want anything to happy new nice steak your gut their lisa we want to happen to it lawton eyes so women and children are alaska liza wouldn't want anybody to get naked apt.
"dan sullivan" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Party's agenda according to senator dan sullivan of alaska and again this is a quote we have to be here and we need time to do it now that was said at a news conference earlier today with other gop senators pushing the tale the recess goes on to say with the quote if we're working three days a week which is what we do we're not going to get it done now the house gop has yet to follow suit on postponing the start of its own recess according to multiple republicans sore or sits gop leaders however may find themselves under a pressure to do so as some republicans have already public you're worried about the optics of the house leaving as scheduled while the senate continues its work senator david perdue who is off rama job jaw he led the effort he taught mcconnell about the proposal all several different times went on to say this is a shot at leadership we are willing to amend the traditions in the senate this is much deeper than healthcare alone we need to get to tax reform now chucky schumer who is a senate minority leader described it ally as primarily the result of an internal gop disputes over repealing obamacare struggles he predicted would drag on well into august he went on to say the problem the republicans are having with health care is not time is the substance of the bill they can spend two more weeks to more months tumor years as long as the bill continue to cut taxes on the very wealthy and her a working americans the bill is going to be as unpopular as it is today i just love the way they keep talking about cutting taxes for the super wealthy i guess that plays well though with the great unwashed the great unschooled the great on knowledgeable trump has been slow to stock the administration with key nominees and senate republicans can confirm his picks without the support of democrats which raises the question why eighth day well this is a classic clough axes the new standard for classic washington dc gridlock so will make a difference probably not but uh we'll get the repeal probably not now mo brooks he's made an interesting all offer pretty pretty cool interesting new deal.