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The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:23 min | 3 d ago

The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

"The indefatigable Julie Kelly has tracked down one of the Whitmer kidnapping defendants. This is the guy who got off. He was exonerated because the jury realized that he had been entrapped by the FBI and Julie has an exclusive interview with this guy. His name is Brandon casar down. But and he's gone through a horrible two year ordeal. Involving losing his job involving incarceration. Of course, the familiar FBI raid, the kind of massive demonstration of power almost a shock and awe type of campaign. So Julie gives a little bit of background. She says that this fellow Brandon cassata was charged along with other defendants, 5 defendants, Adam Fox, Thai garden, Caleb Franks Barry Croft, and a guy named Daniel Harris. These are the people who were charged. Now, what the interview reveals is the sort of naivete of these guys and how they were targets of the FBI from the beginning. And by the beginning, I mean, before the plot was even hatched. That's what's so telling about it. So here's talking now to Julie. And he says, you know, I was kind of locked down under a COVID court. I was stuck in my apartment with most of my family out of state. I was just trying to find people to network with. So this is the COVID frustration and the anger, by the way, at the left and imposing these lockdowns, interestingly, that was a factor here in what got these guys to demonize Whitmer and think, oh yeah, it'd be kind of cool if we so these are big talkers, these are guys who buy and large have difficult lives with not a whole lot going on and they're looking for other like minded people who give them a sense of camaraderie. So what happens is this fellow brand in Casa goes online and in June, a leader of a group called the Wolverine Watchmen, a self styled kind of militia group, basically tells casar that they are inviting him to firearms training in Michigan. Firearm streams. This guy's like, yeah, in lockdown, I wanna get out of the house. Little does he know that this being organized by not a guy named quote big Dan. And guess who big Dan is? An FBI informant. He is in a sense cooking up the plot.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:45 min | Last month

"daniel harris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Our governor was never in any danger and I think the jury even though they didn't get all of it you know they smelled enough of it I think what the FBI did is unconscionable My guest is Matthew Schneider former U.S. attorney for the eastern district of Michigan and a partner at honeyman Many were stunned by the verdict were you I was like a lot of people were and prosecutors and defense attorneys alike were stunned and they said that openly It was surprising the government put forth a very strong case They were touting the security and strength of their evidence It didn't work out for them But the only thing you can take from this verdict is that the government failed to convince the jury beyond a reasonable doubt So the jury acquitted to but deadlocked on two Were there differences in the evidence There were some significant differences The two that received it hung verdict Those were viewed as kind of the ringleaders of this and the jury found that there was not enough evidence to convict them The two that were acquitted those were the defendants who did not actually go to the governor's house and scope it out There was an event where people went to the governor's residence and kind of watched it and used night vision goggles and tried to scope out the place Well those two defendants didn't participate in that And that might have been a dividing line that the jury felt that they should be acquitted Daniel Harris one of the two acquitted took the stand in his own defense a risky move that apparently worked What did you see in his testimony Well we don't know if that's what worked or not because the jury hasn't said the jurors went out and they didn't speak to anybody So we don't know if it was because they believed in the entrapment theory of the defense or that they believed in the defense theory that these guys were just kind of making it up in big talkers or that they were kind of stoned and not very sophisticated in that clever enough to actually do this We're not sure We do know that Harris was acquitted of a weapons charge which was possession of a short barrel rifle and there was plenty of evidence for that charge And for the jury to acquit him of that seems quite striking because there was plenty of proof that he had the gun It's not like the kidnapping plot where there was discussion either you had the gun or you didn't and they found that he didn't It seemed like the prosecution had a lot of evidence where did it fail Well they did have a lot of evidence but if you're going to be looking at this case in the future as to how this case was brought it will be a big question about did they have to take down this case now Did they have to end the investigation when they did They ended it as the defendants were walking into a restaurant to have launch That appears to be the time when law enforcement could get together and it was an open area where they could all swoop in and have a safe arrest But would have been the result If instead of ending the investigation they would have continued the recording devices in continued the conversations Would they have developed for example evidence from the defendants that they had set a firm date for the kidnapping which did not happen in this case But if they would have kept the investigation of life maybe they would have gotten more evidence to convince the jury That's going to be a very nagging question in the eyes of the Justice Department for many cases moving forward It seems a little surprising to me that the jury didn't believe the two defendants who pleaded guilty to the plot and testified about it And when you plead guilty in federal court you go into the courtroom and you say I'm pleading guilty because I am guilty and those defendants testified and they said that they were guilty of this conspiracy They did commit the crime but it appears that oftentimes jurors don't like cooperators the defense painted them as liars who were only trying to get a sentence reduction and that happens in every case This case also however had undercover FBI informants There was an agent There was plenty of evidence but it appears that the defense theory worked The U.S. attorneys indicated they'll retry the two defendants the jury deadlocked on Do you think they'll present the case in a different way the second time around Yes I do The government is going to go back to square one and try this case again which is not unusual I mean John Gotti for example was tried four times by the Justice Department So it's not surprising that they would give this another shot with a new jury Russian structures fresh arguments The jury asked a lot of questions about the weapons involved in the explosives Well jurors don't ask questions if they understand all the evidence and the presentation was flawless They only ask questions if they don't understand what just took place And so I'm certain that the government will be doing a closer explanation about the bombs and that type of evidence in this next retrial The jury pool was drawn from a 22 county region in western and northern Michigan that is largely rural Republican and conservative Is it possible that the prosecution just can't get a jury that will convict in this case Some of the members of the jury a lot of them actually owned weapons A lot of them expressed some mistrust for government entities but not overly so that would kick them off the jury So they can't go back and change the evidence They can however have different questions or additional questions asked for potential jurors Some of the jurors in this trial were asked very very little In fact one of the last people into the jury box I think he was asked two questions And once I heard that I thought who the heck is this guy We don't even really know who this person is And now he's on the jury If you were a trial lawyer you would step up and say hold on a second your honor I've got a few more questions And I think we will probably see that on both sides in the future Does this showcase the difficulties the government has with infiltrating right wing groups and developing cases without infringing on first and Second Amendment rights It certainly does And this is a real fine line because it's not the first time that the government has brought a case that is similar to this where it's charged people with government extremism and they found acquittals at the end of the road So yes certainly something that the government has to take into account and it is truly a balancing between knowing when you're prosecuting somebody who's done wrong and prosecuting somebody improperly because they've just exercised their first or Second Amendment rights Thanks Matthew That's Matthew Schneider of hannigan coming up next A guilty verdict in the one MDB scandal You're listening to Bloomberg With the cost of living going up across the country you deserve a solution that offers some change BJ's Wholesale Club members can save an extra 50 cents.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:00 min | Last month

"daniel harris" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"A stunning defeat for the Biden Justice Department, a jury has acquitted two men, accused of conspiring to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer in the fall of 2020. The jury also deadlocked on a verdict for two other defendants, which meant a hung jury, a mistrial. So another way to put it is the DoJ in one of the most high profile terrorism cases. In which they put enormous resources, they could not convict a single defendant. Now, earlier to other guys, pleaded guilty. This is a succumbed to the sort of legal intimidation of the DoJ and they took. It reduced sentence for that, but I think when they look at these verdicts, they're probably gonna be sorry that they didn't go to trial. Essentially, the defense amounted a case of entrapment. They said that the FBI in the sense made us do this. They came up with the idea, they moved the plot forward. It was their plot not ours. They made us into terrorists and we wouldn't otherwise have been. Think about the stunning implications of this. And yet, the jury agreed, the jury found entrapment, the jury basically let these guys walk. The joy did not believe the FBI and they did not believe the Biden DoJ in a case that quite honestly was being portrayed just a few months ago as kind of a slam dunk. It kind of a sure thing. And let's go back to October of 2020 because it's kind of fun to look at the way that you have these blaring headlines in The New York Times ABC News. He has a New York Times FBI says Michigan anti government group plotted to kidnap governor Gretchen Whitmer. Here is ABC News beginning its broadcast this way tonight. We take you into a hidden world, a place authorities say gave birth to a violent domestic terror plot in Michigan foiled by the FBI. So this is the, this is the true deep state propaganda that are moronic and subservient journalists love to go with. And of course, governor Whitmer was there with a press conference, you know, blaming Trump. CNN, by the way, had a very interesting article. In which they talked about the fact that the FBI had informants, but they pretended like the informants are sort of silent observers. They're just standing there, making notes, so taking mental notes of what's going on. I'm going to quote CNN. The Watchmen, this is a one of the, one of the groups, had been flagged to the FBI in March and one of its members was now an informant that informed others on the inside as well as undercover operatives and recordings allowed the bureau to monitor what was happening from then on. So the bureau isn't participating, they are driving the plot forward. They are merely monitoring it. So you have to look back and recognize the thorough mendacity of this entire operation. I mean, quite honestly, if you are I called to be a jury, we should at this point disbelieve anything that the Biden DoJ says disbelieve anything that the FBI says believe only things that are presented with irrefutable evidence take nobody at that word because they are proven. And liars. Now, what's so terrific about this case? Daniel Harris and Brandon were the two defendants who were found not guilty, not guilty of terrorism, not guilty on charges of conspiring to use a weapon. You know, the FBI as usual, they hurl a bunch of different charges thinking if we don't get them on this, we'll kind of get them on that. And the whole trial was carefully constructed to be very favorable to the prosecution. In fact, in the beginning the judge was not even going to allow the entrapment defense to come in except until the end and the defense lawyers prevailed on him and basically said, we can't make our case. If we aren't able to appeal to and provide evidence for counter evidence for FBI entrapment or the judge finally said yes, but it's so telling isn't it that the Biden DoJ didn't want its own agents to testify what constantly trying to exclude evidence to communications among FBI agents, one to the other, communications between the FBI and the defense, they want to keep all of this out of the trial. In other words, they want to keep the orchestration out so the jury doesn't hear about any of it. And the jury goes well yeah, I mean, these guys, they had some very violent and turbulent anti government rhetoric, and after all, they did participate in the plot without noticing, well, who put them up to it? You know, who are the wily deceivers that came to them with the idea? Well, the head of the operation here was this guy named big Dan, a fellow named Dan Chappelle, and this is a guy he even testified about how he's the one who brought this group together. He is the one who set up the kind of chat room in which they all exchanged ideas. He organized excursions for field training. He's the one who set up the surveillance of Whitmer's cottage, isn't the FBI doing all this. And the FBI paid him handsomely for over just a few months they pay him $60,000 in cash, they give him all kinds of gifts, laptops, and smart watches, and this and that. Now, admittedly, the yahoos were involved in this were these angry men who made some inflammatory and in some cases violent comments, but they were not in a position to carry out a plot. The assistant attorney U.S. attorney Niles Kessler, he tried to say that listen, you know, it's one thing to protest against the government, but what you can't do is kidnap them, kill them, blow them up. It wasn't just talk. Well, it would have been just talk if it wasn't for the involvement of the FBI. And one of the defense attorneys summed it up beautifully when he said that this is conduct unacceptable in America. That's not how it works. We don't make terrorists so we can arrest them. And that's exactly what the FBI did in this case. The really good news. Harris and cassata are now free. They're out. Fox and craft, the other two guys, where there was a hung jury, they are still in custody. The governments are decide whether to retry them, but given what happened in the first trial I think the government might very well be setting itself up for the exact.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:18 min | Last month

"daniel harris" Discussed on WTOP

"Arlington 39 in Gaithersburg at four 41 Laid this past week a federal jury reached a partial verdict in the trial of four men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer Daniel Harris and Brandon cassata were found not guilty and jurors in Grand Rapids couldn't agree on verdicts for Barry Croft junior and Adam Fox the alleged leaders It said on a case that of an FBI operation began soon after the 2020 election CBS News legal Analyst Day in Rosenbaum joined WTO's Sean and Hillary with his take on what some people are calling a spectacular failure for prosecutors Here's the thing Most Americans don't realize that our legal system for the most part requires that in order for someone to be found guilty of something You have to show that they committed an overt act that was causally connected to some crime right Act and then a crime Whenever you hear the word conspiracy and in this case you had conspiracy to kidnap and conspiracy to use explosive weapons That means that what you're saying is that we're not going to show an overt act that you did All it's saying is that this group of people were involved in a plan to commit an unlawful act That's why the person who's driving the getaway car in the movies is also as guilty as the person who shoots the security guard in the bank right Because it's a conspiracy Here's what the jury said we don't see a plan We don't see that they actually met talked about it coordinated together to commit this kidnapping We see a bunch of tough talking right wing lunatics talking talking smack but we don't actually think that they engaged in a plan to commit an unlawful act And that's what the legal standard requires So two of the people were acquitted for that reason This was in fact if anything the jury heard evidence that made them think that the FBI sting operation they were the ones that were pushing the others In other words they were the one that was creating the plan and fomenting an instigating this conspiracy that this wasn't an actual conspiracy It's just a bunch of right-wing people talking People who don't want Joe Biden to become president and who don't want to wear masks in Michigan What about the other two defendants What are the government's next steps for its case against them Well they were saying that they're prepared to proceed again but remember Sean you prosecutors hate to lose cases When these things blow up in your face sometimes it's good to walk away So the jury was deadlocked They could come to no agreement They had similar problems about was this conspiracy were these two of the ringleaders or was the FBI's operatives ringleaders And I think the prosecutors have to give some serious thought Do we have a strong case for this to blow up twice in our face Will not look good That is CBS News legal Analyst Day in Rosenbaum just had the Nats still trying to figure it out looking for their first win of the year Frank hanrahan with details it's four 43 The Montgomery county Maryland chapter of alpha phi alpha and the historic IUL smithville school museum and education center invite you to tune into the premiere of the inaugural general Charles McGee black history month program in scholarship fundraiser The premiere.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:43 min | Last month

"daniel harris" Discussed on WTOP

"Got 50 in Rosalind 50 at farragut square 48° in Laurel at ten 40 This past week a federal jury reached a partial verdict in the trial of four men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer Daniel Harris and at the end Brandon cassette were found not guilty and jurors and Grand Rapids could also not agree on verdicts for Barry kroft junior and Adam Fox the alleged leaders in a case that centered on FBI sting operations soon before the 2020 election CBS News legal Analyst Day in Rosenbaum joined WTO's Sean and Hillary with his take on what some people are calling a spectacular failure for prosecutors Here's the thing Most Americans don't realize that our legal system for the most part requires that in order for someone to be found guilty of something You have to show that they committed an overt act that was causally connected to some crime right Act and then a crime Whenever you hear the word conspiracy and in this case you had conspiracy to kidnap and conspiracy to use explosive weapons That means that what you're saying is that we're not going to show an overt act that you did All it's saying is that this group of people were involved in a plan to commit an unlawful act That's why the person who's driving the getaway car in the movies is also as guilty as the person who shoots the security guard in the bank right Because it's a conspiracy Here's what the jury said we don't see a plan We don't see that they actually met You talked about it Coordinated together to commit this kidnapping We see a bunch of tough talking right wing lunatics talking talking smack but we don't actually think that they engaged in a plan to commit an unlawful act And that's what the legal standard requires So two of the people were acquitted for that reason This was in fact if anything the jury heard evidence that made them think that the FBI sting operation they were the ones that were pushing the others In other words they were the one that was creating the plan and fomenting an instigating this conspiracy that this wasn't an actual conspiracy It's just a bunch of right wing people talking People who don't want Joe Biden to become president and who don't want to wear masks in Michigan What about the other two defendants What are the government's next steps for its case against them Well they were saying that they're prepared to proceed again but remember Sean you prosecutors hate to lose cases When these things blow up in your face sometimes it's good to walk away So the jury was deadlocked They could come to no agreement They had similar problems about was this conspiracy worthy to the ringleaders or was the FBI's operatives ringleaders And I think the prosecutors have to give some serious thought Do we have a strong case for this to blow up twice in our face Will not look good That CBS News legal analyst thane Rosenbaum It's ten 43 We'll check sports coming up Remodeling for how you live today Here's bob Gallagher president of sun design remodeling sharing how remodeling can bring family and friends together Often if they're space inside the house that's not being used We can redirect the money that might be used for the addition and put it into making the interior space reworked in a way that brings this attention to the center of the house and by doing that You're bringing it to the center of the family And it will often bring a consistency in the members of the family running into each other and being together and being together in times when they weren't previously.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:17 min | Last month

"daniel harris" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"A jury has found two of the four men accused of plotting to kidnap the governor of Michigan Gretchen Whitmer not guilty yesterday But jurors couldn't reach a verdict on charges against the other two men prosecutors allege the defendants were planning to kidnap the governor and eliminate her security detail in 2020 We're joined now by reclus senior capital correspondent for the Michigan public radio network Rick thanks for being with us Oh you bet good morning Scott Please take us back to 2020 and remind us of the allegations in this case Sure a couple of years ago the FBI caught wind of a plot to kidnap the democratic governor The suspects were apparently upset over her COVID-19 restrictions and pandemic orders And according to the indictment they decided to do something about it and it reached the point where investigators said they made plans to kidnap the governor Prosecutors say they even staked out a vacation home in northern Michigan and they talked about either putting her on trial or just setting her adrift on a boat in Lake Michigan And who were the men accused in this plot Their names are Daniel Harris Daniel cassata Adam Fox and Barry Croft and they called themselves the Wolverine Watchmen They were members of a self styled militia group that practiced paramilitary training They talked about assaulting the Michigan state capitol but they decided that was too risky so they allegedly settled on a different plan plan was this kidnapping plot And there were explosives not only explosive charges but actual explosives in the charges weren't there Yeah law enforcement says they put together homemade bombs ostensibly to blow up a bridge to slow down the police and they practiced with guns and explosives In fact in a secretly taped conversation with an FBI informant one of the men warns one of his kids to stay away while he builds a bomb And how did the defense counter these charges Well the men's defense was that they weren't serious that they were entrapped And they smoked a lot of pot and talked to tough game but in the end nothing happened One of the defense attorneys described the alleged plot as quote laced with marijuana smoke and mirrors Here defense attorney Michael hill says it was a government informant known as big Dan who really prodded the conspiracy along I.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:39 min | Last month

"daniel harris" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It's our friend who writes scoop points out Zero guilty verdicts found at Whitmer kidnapping case The jury rendered verdicts today in the Whitmer kidnapping case against four men who were accused of trying to kidnap the Michigan governor Remember how that was exploited by the media the Washington compost the New York slimes the Trump haters Trump was behind this Trump and his supporters That's right No the FBI was behind it And their supporters So what did this federal grand jury find No guilty verdicts Two of the men were pronounced not guilty In a mistrial was declared for the other two and of course the U.S. attorney's office immediately said and we're going to go after those two again I'll tell you what Here's CNN a federal jury on Friday That would be today I found too many accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer not guilty of kidnapping conspiracy a mistrial was declared for two other defendants Adam Fox Barry Croft Daniel Harris and Brandon faced federal charges for allegedly conspiring to kidnap the democratic governor Harrison Concerta were found not guilty of kidnapping conspiracy The jury also found Harris not guilty in other charges The jury couldn't reach a verdict for Fox and Croft after which U.S. district judge Robert jonker declared a mistrial for those defendants all four defendants who pleaded not guilty Faced up to life in prison if convicted of kidnapping conspiracy

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Right Scoop: Zero Guilty Verdicts Found in Whitmer Kidnapping Case

Mark Levin

01:39 min | Last month

Right Scoop: Zero Guilty Verdicts Found in Whitmer Kidnapping Case

"It's our friend who writes scoop points out Zero guilty verdicts found at Whitmer kidnapping case The jury rendered verdicts today in the Whitmer kidnapping case against four men who were accused of trying to kidnap the Michigan governor Remember how that was exploited by the media the Washington compost the New York slimes the Trump haters Trump was behind this Trump and his supporters That's right No the FBI was behind it And their supporters So what did this federal grand jury find No guilty verdicts Two of the men were pronounced not guilty In a mistrial was declared for the other two and of course the U.S. attorney's office immediately said and we're going to go after those two again I'll tell you what Here's CNN a federal jury on Friday That would be today I found too many accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer not guilty of kidnapping conspiracy a mistrial was declared for two other defendants Adam Fox Barry Croft Daniel Harris and Brandon faced federal charges for allegedly conspiring to kidnap the democratic governor Harrison Concerta were found not guilty of kidnapping conspiracy The jury also found Harris not guilty in other charges The jury couldn't reach a verdict for Fox and Croft after which U.S. district judge Robert jonker declared a mistrial for those defendants all four defendants who pleaded not guilty Faced up to life in prison if convicted of kidnapping conspiracy

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"daniel harris" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | Last month

"daniel harris" Discussed on WTOP

"Ukraine's Donbass region is struck by a rocket at least 50 people are dead and 100 injured CBS's Deborah patter This was not a military target They were civilians here and over 50 have died amongst them 5 children The attack was seemed also very personal as well because inscribed on that rocket with the words for the children So increasingly more and more stories of horror coming out of this country every day seems to bring fresh new trauma Pentagon spokesman John Kirby Our assessment is that this was a Russian strike And that they used a short range ballistic missile to conduct it Russia blames Ukraine saying its forces don't use the kind of missile that hit the station Will Smith is banned from motion picture academy events for a long while after that Chris Rock's lap CBS Steve futterman The moment is seared in the minds of the millions who saw it Wow dude Yeah It was a GI changeup Chris Rock's GI Jane joke prompted Will Smith to walk on stage in the middle of the Oscars and slap rock in the face Now the motion picture academy has slept Smith with a ten year ban that will prevent him from taking part in any academy activities including the Oscars Smith who had already resigned from the academy says he accepts and respects the decision Steve futterman CBS News A jury has acquitted two men of all charges in an alleged plot to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer And the jurors could not reach verdicts against two other defendants Daniel Harris and Brandon cassata were acquitted cassette is attorney Michael hills.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"daniel harris" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

"In the way you challenge yourself. And i think that was very insightful. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for being a having interesting questions in. Not wanting to ask me what rob zombie was like. Yes i create. Lee appreciate that. Hey listen every every other people ask that question. That's great. But i want to again dig deep and understand. What's your read that somewhere. I ask him yourself. You could ask me anything much more interesting than to talk to you than what it was like to work with. So and so. Or what was. I scared as a kid or whatever stuff that you can just read somewhere else. It's so yes so that's what it again. I think that that was your speaking of was your authentic self today talking about that so yeah for sure. You need to do books on tape. You have such like soothing. Like meditation vied voice going on so appreciate tenure for podcast but do more stuff will think i i. I will have to look into that. And by the way in i would say good luck with your podcast. But it's not about luck. You obviously are dedicated to it. And we'll see what happens with it. It'll be either. It'll be greater. I mean the matter to me doing it. Sounds like you're just pursuing your passion which okay thank. Yeah yeah my pleasure. So i want to thank of course listeners and viewers out there for tuning in and on behalf of daniel harris. This is mark. D t for brain borough having to mason rest of your day by mark. You just dug deep with marquis de will more follow mark on instagram at valenti. Hora and subscribe to the brain thorough podcast..

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"daniel harris" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"daniel harris" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"There and it does not belong to my father. It belongs to the current president's son. That's all I have to say. You know. The 76 year old former New York City mayor once celebrated for his leadership after 9 11 has been under federal scrutiny for years over his ties to Ukraine. The duel searches, sending the strongest signal yet he could eventually face federal charges. Federal prosecutors Wednesday file a charge of conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction against three men accused of plotting to kidnap governor Gretchen Whitmer and use bombs to carry out the attack. The new charges against Adam Fox, Berry Croft and Daniel Harris comes six months after the FBI said agents thwarted a plot to kidnap and kill the Michigan governor, a conspiracy that included visits to her home and training with firearms and explosives. Each man faces one weapon of mass destruction charge. The indictment alleges that plotter a Tigar been suggested demolishing a bridge near winners Vacation home and that Fox and Croft scoped it out. Garbin has pleaded guilty. He's flipped on the others. Britain's political spending watchdog is scaling up a probe into Prime Minister Boris Johnson's finances, saying they're reasonable grounds to suspect the defense has been committed over that pricey refurbishment of the prime minister's Downing Street resident. Last week, Johnson's former top aide claimed the prime minister plan to get conservative party donors to pay for the refurbishment of the taxpayer funded apartment. Johnson denies the allegations. Hey, says he paid for it. Who initially on Prime Minister initially is the key word here. Who initially paid for the redecoration of this Downing Street flat Mr Speaker when it comes from misleading parliament, he may recollect that it was only a few weeks ago that he said that you said that he didn't oppose this government. This country stay in the leaving the European Medicines Agency, in fact, that he was then forced retracted, leaving the European Medicines Agency was absolutely invaluable. For all that seen. Roland actually was just last week that he said that James Dyson. He said that James Dyson was a personal friend of mine. A fact that James Dies, was corrected in the newspaper this morning. As for As for the latest stuff, that he's that he's bringing up, you should know that I paid for dining street refurbishment personally, Mr. Speaker on Dyken try contrasted. I contrasted on anything, anything.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"daniel harris" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Making the pitch. I'm Lisa let Sarah Fox News President Biden will ask lawmakers to back a robust new spending plan. In the first address to a joint session of Congress and Biden says America is on the move again. Turning setback into strength in excerpts released by the White House President Biden makes a pitch for the American jobs plan, a $2 trillion infrastructure measure. He's also expected to propose nearly $2 trillion in spending for universal, pre K. Paid family leave in two years of tuition free community college. South Carolina Senator Tim Scott will deliver the Republican response, saying the best future won't come from Washington schemes or socialist dreams. On Capitol Hill. Jered Halpern Fox News boxes radios, coverage of President Biden's address to a joint session of Congress begins at 8:30 P.m. Eastern. Listen on the Fox News AB. Charges filed against the men already charged in a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. New charges are in reference to an apparent plan to blow up a bridge near the governor second home to prevent a rescue. Very Croft, Junior Adam Fox and Daniel Harris all now face a charge of possessing a weapon of mass destruction. Additionally, Croft in Harris are charged with having an unregistered rifle. They and three other men were arrested last October. They acted as part of a group that blamed the governor for covert 19 restrictions She imposed Only one of the six men prosecutors have charged, has pleaded guilty for his involvement. GURNAL Scott Fox knew Amanda Prosecutors labeled a social media agitator linked to the January ride of the U. S. Capitol, has been convicted on federal charges that he threatened to kill members of Congress. 37 year old Brandon Hunt wasn't at the Capitol, but admitted he created a syriza post on social media. That were menacing. America is listening to Fox News.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"daniel harris" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Our top story Six men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan's governor are set to go on trial in about two months. The trial for Brandon Kosar to Harry Croft. Junior Adam Fox. Caleb Frank's Tigar been and Daniel Harris is scheduled for March 23rd they were upset over lockdown orders imposed by Gretchen Whitmer. Prosecutors say the men went so far as to drop maps and buy explosives as part of their plans. They face up to life in prison if they're found guilty. I'm Tom Roberts. The FBI is vetting all 25,000 National Guard troops in Washington, D C Amid concerns of an insider attack at the upcoming inauguration. The Army says it's working with the Secret service to learn whether any service members need additional background screening. And two Broncos getting all a F C team honors Garrett Bowls and Bradley Chub receive the honor from the pro football writers of America Today. Our next update at 10 o'clock I'm Chad. Power on K O A news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FF Now check on traffic with Darren Copeland. All the good news is as we look at things from the bed, France Course Traffic center were accident free on the ground around the metro area. 25 looks good. I 70 through town. Those problems on 2 to 5 all earlier problems off free where God, We are seeing some snow in the mountains so packed vehicle traction laws on I 70 between Idaho Springs and see for 70, as well as on to 85 between Pine Junction as C 4 70. Actually went pinpoint whether tonight we will see some more snow and low of 20 part will be clearing a low high of 36. Carly 29. I'm Darren Copeland on K Away News Radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. They started using when I was 13 Taylor is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. It was like, Oh, well, their medications. They can't be that dangerous. My perception was once you stop using like that's it. Your life is over. I didn't even realize that I need to help until, like the day that I got arrested. I have been able to accomplish a lot in my recovery. I just want to be happy and I want to thrive in my life..

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"daniel harris" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"daniel harris" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Online shopping rewards that you put towards an essential piece of post getting recovery. Heating pad. Stop the van into a fine now cooperate. 2020. Bank of America Corporation Broadcasting Live 24 7 from the Tom Drexler. Plumbing. Errand Electric Studios. This is news radio. Wait. 40 w H A s. Yeah. Alright, folks there waiting to get to this next story. By the way, I'm told even lt Daniel Harris is with me. Two days. Plants solo all day. What's up, buddy? Yo, yo yo, yo, all right, so they wanted to talk about this story since I saw the video last week. And there has been some developments over the weekend, and it's so fascinating to dive into this because I've been a youth coach. I've had kids. I have teenagers that have participated. Daniel, You have been a coach you You're in the bowling leagues, but it's still athletics and how crazy people can get. With little league these days, and it's always been a little crazy. But these days, it is out of control. People spending thousands of dollars on fitness instructors and supplements and Especially equipment and all this kind of stuff for their little Tom Brady's to become high school dropouts. So here we go. Ah Youth football coach and his team was they were in Orlando, Florida and I'm all for this because I know there's a Louisville team think they're called the Chargers. They want a national title and a certain age group in this great school football, and that's great. You get to travel with the team and have fun. Whatever but It seems a little bit much for grade school football to have a national championship. But whatever have fun s. Oh, this happened in Orlando for the nine and under national championship. Uh, I will fight. I will tell you this. Might comparing our teams T to those teams, Daniel, but I found an old DVD. Of John's fourth grade, which I think is around that age. 89 10 years old, whatever it is, and it's so funny because all of the linemen are or either jumping offsides or doing whatever and the rest. Just let it go, because it's that time. It's that age. If you threw a flag on everything It was. It was so bad like John and I laughed watching it going. Oh, my gosh. We were terrible. Um, it's that But these kids obviously are a little bit obviously better than that. But still nine and under So this guy's name is Gerald Williams. He is the head coach of the Savannah Gators in Georgia. I'm sorry. Yes. Savannah, Georgia. So nine and under Gerald is the head coach. He the video that surfaced. Because all these guys video the games, right, both sides, both teams video every play and they review tape. How do I know this? Because we used to watch tape are here we go. He punches the kid. The nine year old kid comes off the field there and the team is coming towards them. It's towards the end the game. This young man's this nine year old kid. His crime was he just fumbled. So the coach hauled off and punched the kid. The kid moves about a yard or two. Have you seen the video? Yes. Yes, I have. Yeah, he goes about a yard or two to the left. And then he continues to ramp, a rant and rant and Randy it looks like he looks to the sidelines to pull another kid off the field onto the field turns around and hits the kid a second time. The opposing coach saw what happened because he heard a ruckus and he saw the second hit. So he went to the ref and said, Did you see that He's hitting his his players over there? The refs are like we didn't see it. I'm sorry. We can't So he texted. This is the world we live in Daniel. He texted his buddy and said, You're watching this and attend the game is on line so people aren't watching this game off. So he is the his buddies watching he goes. Can you go back? Clip it and send it to me. So then he showed it to the refs and everyone else and they send it to the league. And that's when the leak the video started to surface. What were your thoughts? Daniel? When you first saw this coach punching this nine year old kid in the head, not once, but twice. Well, I do think it needs to be said, and this doesn't make it any better on the preface this, but the kid did have a helmet on so he wasn't just straight punching the kid in the face. Not that it makes it any better, but the kid's head was protected from this. This Person. Not on what I want to call him. I'm not going to say on air this this guy, um it sickened me. We were talking about it at dinner Friday night when I was in ST Louis with some buddies and they brought it up and I was like, No, I haven't seen that. So I pulled it up on my phone again. The world we have. We've got access to everything in our pockets, and it's just It made me sick to my stomach to see something like that. The crazy thing for me is that no one comes to the defense of the kid. Not a parent, not another coach, like if my fellow coach did that. Were he's We got issues. If I'm a parent, I'm jumping the fence. And you better call the police because I'm probably going to jail. That's exactly what I said. When I saw the video. I was like, how did no one come to this kid's safety? Unbelievable. Now. Here's the second thing. You're going to go. What His own mother. Said, Yeah. Not really gonna press charges. I'm fine with it. On and you know, I think that that this isn't The decision that that.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"daniel harris" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"Talk about that topic from your perspective and the books perspective thanks so teamwork we hear a lot about that these days you know teamwork teamwork teamwork And when you really stop to think about it what what do we actually mean right. It's getting many people acting in concert towards a particular objective of towards getting something done right and therein lies the complexity many different people acting as one in concert right. So how do you do that. a bit to you that the leader or the team lead is extremely important because that individual act as the choreography as you will in directing the flow of that of that team so for example i always go back to noah background military. Take a squad leader or perhaps even a a platoon or even a company of guys and gals might And they each have a leader so in a company will be a company commander in a squad. It'll be a squad leader right and the objective is to move in a particular direction to do something. And how do you do that when you have different individuals with different needs and different issues and what happened. Given that particular day number of things that are taking place in their lives it takes integrity from that leader with that team. Understands that you're not. They're not going to be asked to do anything that that leader himself or herself cannot accomplish a complete or afraid to do all want to do so. It's zero degrees outside. it's wet cold and just uncomfortable. But you're the leader sitting inside and a one tent and the troops are outside. You know slugging it out through and you're barking out instructions on what you want done I don't think that's going to happen being a team leader Two things you've got to keep in mind something called critical time and place right and you always need to find that and place yourself there to drive that action to its completion of for things to happen so very very important in in Getting things done a good analogy offering this fee. This way take alone violinist. This emphasize the importance of team for those who haven't quite a Onto it yet took a long violinists playing a particular Classical piece right by themselves. They saw fine but now bringing an entire orchestra. Yep and you listen to that sound by by themselves they sound you know sound good but with guest or the sound great okay You have a leader who is directing that that event. The members of that team of that group have bought into that leaders integrity being present. Demonstrating those things that are talked about. In the book courage love of passion. Ford has been completed et cetera et cetera. So it's the again. It's that last frontier of really bringing many to act as one towards a particular objective or or work that we're trying to get yeah so for leaders it's about the self awareness and the understanding that there is this bigger picture and you've got to kind of resist your knee jerk reactions to how you made ordinarily respond to certain things and pause and recognize that. Everybody is unique. Everybody has different motivations different drivers but maybe acting in a consistent fashion with integrity and as you say with love you least have a foundation from which to start because man. I'll tell you it. Sounds like a lot of work right and it is a lot of work. It's like parenting right parenting it. It's it's about love but it takes to be a good parent the same thing with leadership absolutely to be to be the boss to be the the head to be in charge of make no mistake. It involves work but it's it's worthwhile. It's worthwhile particularly when you see the the the work that's done accomplished. And at the same time the growth and development of the members of the team members asked they go through that process and knowing very well that you can step away and one of them can easily step in and continue seamlessly. You know if you are the leader and when you step away the whole thing flops. That means you're very poor. Leader right agreed. Good leaders build more. Goodly should always be working to replace themselves. Be working to build that bitch. I want to give you a chance to talk about something. That i know is near and dear to your heart. You've got a scholarship program at that. You're involved with in south africa. You wanna end a minute or two and talk about that. so that's in west africa in sierra leone. And it's this culture program for girls and this is from the perspective of looking again to to build We'll pay the tuition for year. I have twenty three students in the program at this time. The criteria twofold need-based Students who are in great need financially economically and very high academics. And so this is what we've been able to identify students who live in very austere conditions but are still managing to very in school. And they're all girls I'm looking to empower women. power females just. Because we don't have a choice. Dave in excluding a group of people four whatever reasons when we're looking to leverage everything that we have to solve particular problems might tummy. What sense does that make. We're we're bringing an old guys bringing all one group of whoever to Discuss developed solution sets on a particular problem but you purposely excluded You know a vital piece of that. That's going to bring that perspective. It's it's not an interest to do so so this effort is to empower girls Help them pay the tuition for schools and very much needed because their parents who sometimes pull the children out of school midway through the year just because they don't have the money to took to continue to pay the school fees and so this effort helps helps to add it's It's something i feel very passionate about and i am very close and personal with thank you for sharing that we have just a few more minutes to go no program. I wanna get one more topic. If i could hear this in the book you talk about crisis. Leadership crisis covid changed the way everything operates the business that we we conduct ourselves for some organizations going through a merger acquisition some kind of a transaction creates upheaval which from the employee perspective may feel like a crisis so in the three or so minutes. We have left here dan. What would you say to leaders who are trying to understand how to best bring out there folks in times of crisis however that may be defined yes well and this covert time is a particular example right very good one key thing i would say to leaders is pay attention to the resiliency of people. How resilient are day to be able to not only cope with the crisis at hand but also must of the energy and the focus to move forward. And that's a challenge. That's a challenge. And why is that if we would appeal the union back and look at. Why is that so resiliency is our ability to bounce back from some kind of traumatic event and continue to work. Well i would say cove it has been right. It's come in and it has surgically attacked all of those things that we typically define our lives by Whether it's the social events of you know getting together for thanksgiving dinners or or you know. Happy hour so and so forth. Those things have all been taken away and now people feel like they're working on jello. It's it's just not a it's not a stable platform and that then leads to depression uncertainty. Hey what's going to happen next. How and so on. And so forth. And i will tell you. That is the responsible responsibility of the leader. Pay attention to those things and figure out what you can do to mitigate the impact on your team because the end state is it's going to impact your bottom line for sure not yeah taped so selfishly. You have to pay attention to everything. That's about the members of the person on your team and resilience certainly one of them. Yeah dan before we wrap here. Why don't you tell folks how they can contact you if they want to learn more about you. We're having work with you. Yes so the website is. Www dot muddy boots leadership dot com. And that's www dot muddy boots leadership dot com You can bring up the website. Go to our contact page. Contact us and you'll get instructions from the how to how to reach me. Unfortunately we're out of time. I wish we had another hour to go here. Tight goes quickly here on behind the number so thanks for joining us today. Dan thank you and thank you for watching and listening wherever you are. Please be sure to hit. Subscribe button so that you know what we're up to going forward and until we meet again everybody take care dave bookbinder. We'll see next time when behind the numbers..

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"daniel harris" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"daniel harris" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

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"daniel harris" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"daniel harris" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"Absolutely. Yeah that's good stuff so for those of you who are watching and listening and want to know more about dan or how you can get in contact with them. Learn more about money boots leadership. What's the best way for them to reach you. It's the website is www dot muddy boots leadership dot com and. That's when you get onto that website you'll see how to contact us and you can send us email and or phone call. Great one tackle some of the other topics in the book. We've only got about a few minutes left in this segment. So it's going to move down to my list because i want to make sure we have time for some of these other ones. But let's talk about millennials mentioned in the book and there's a lot of folks in the business world who just don't get it just a win win. We were back in the office. The millennial show up with the earphones in nice. I always say maybe we're in the earphones. But they're not tuned out correct. What's your perspective on millennials. Tell you of an. And that's great perspective there days because i think for the first time in our existence we have to five generations working in place on a particular team. It is not uncommon to see people from the veteran era. We're talking fifty sixty s or still in the workplace today mixed with them. Are your baby boomers generation. Xers you millennials and you post right. It's good for leader tonto. Stand that each of these generations. I mean generally speaking. Broadly speaking right These generations of motivated differently to work and one size doesn't fit all. So i cannot take. What motivates a veteran era to try to use that same a tactical tool to motivate a millennial because it's different generations. And you need to stand as a leader in order to get these people to open up that wellspring of creativity and bring the innovation Self to work. You need to know. What motivates them. So you know we. We prejudge the millennials. We think they're disengaged the anti establishment on and so forth. I would i would submit quite the contrary. I couldn't agree with you very very much into absolutely absolutely and you have to understand. The history of has gotten millennials to where they're at and primarily. It's based on them growing up watching the parents. Go through what i call the wringer with the old structure word structure dedicated their lives and put everything on the line And at the end of the day it's cutbacks and and and you know losing their position or overseas eating the business overseas and they're left with nothing some annuals of grown up watching this and their attitude towards work is slightly different from one. That see you. I would have grown up with. Millennials are motivated by causes right. Your veteran era baby boomers those motivated by the work the defined by their work. Hey you know. I am the executive assistant i am the executor and i have a corner office. I have a secretary. I have parking space. All of these things make gives you certain feeling well. She flipped to the other side millennials. They didn't want parking spaces. 'cause help it right. There's just a newborn or lift or subway. Bus to work and the secretary. Well they have a laptop to have your players and everything is is on there for them. It's a different different generation It's it's mindful that a team member or a team leader understand that. Hey johnny winter. Stand that you support this particular cause and oh by the way. I've gotten the financial officer to we're going to donate a five hundred dollar check to that organization In your name. Would you be willing to present that to you. Know to that organization. I tell you when you do that. You think you're going to have johnny's attention big time you will absolutely. Yeah now. the one thing. That i've seen is millennials. Always get this reputation as being as you said close driven. I look at it as being looking at work of something more than just what they do. They're looking for the bigger purpose. The bigger mission. Interesting thing that i've found is that's true across the entire workforce all ages. We're gonna have to take a quick pause dan. don't go anywhere you watching and listening. Stay right where you are. We'll be right back behind numbers after this quick break why by local when you shop with local businesses. You're spending your money on more than just the item you're buying. You're adding a building block to your neighborhood. It starts with a single purchase. Maybe a cup of coffee groceries from a local co op for even a shiny new bicycle from one of the nearly twenty eight million small businesses. Nationwide your money doesn't stand the till for long them. Local business owners use the money to create a lot of economic activity in your neighborhood like buying from suppliers. Many of whom are also local businesses being taxes to the city which builds and maintains the infrastructure we all rely on employing local workers contributing to sixty five percent of the net new jobs each year. Add this altogether and you've got a recipe for a happier healthier more connected neighborhood now. That's an investment.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"daniel harris" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"And this is the program where we dig deeper to understand what matters most in business today. We're going to have a really interesting conversation about leadership. I'm pleased to welcome guest daniel harris. Who's the ceo muddy boots leadership and also the author of on guard the four pillars of leadership. Dan welcome to behind the numbers. Thanks dave good morning awesome. Thanks for being here. You've got a very interesting backstory. That i'd like you to share with the audience to introduce yourself if you would please sure thing so i just wrote the book on on guard. Four pills of leadership in which i define the four pillars s courage love integrity and passion and The book is really to inspire people to inspire the leader. That's that's within you. I believe that we all have leadership characteristics and traits within us and the only reason why perhaps you're not in the forefront yet is because you've not met that one thing or event that's going to get your blood boiling that that's going to allow you to step up and take charge and raised that of time. The interesting thing is you're not coming out of an academic perspective. You're coming from military perspective. Would you share that with the audience place. Yes that's correct so spent thirty years in the military just just not retired more than thirty s twenty years on active duty in about eleven years on the reserves national guard and As with all of us in the military we know we have only two jobs. Really and that is you're either in command or your unstaffed supporting commander During those years of learned and picked up lots of leadership examples. I've seen what right looks like Working for great commanders and and with great staff. And i've also seen what wrong looks like to learn what to avoid and in both in both commanders senior commanders and staffs and it's interesting that really resonates with me because you know the business world worked for some great leaders and i've worked for some not so great leaders and that sort of inspired me to put my book together but what inspired you to actually take the time and energy to write a book about this. Well i tell you. Leadership i think is that last frontier In which we can really with proper leadership you can get a team to Perform extraordinarily and it's the ability to have many act as one and thereby produce results of allergy so to speak so if you look at a fire team with a with a squad. Leader is too often. Bravo team leaders. Okay that team acting as one that that guidance of that's quality that can can produce awesome results. And so you take that same concept and translate into the business where you don't have many bosses. You don't have people questioning or doubting undermining the leader. But they're all acting in concert because they bought into the program and of course the leader has to create this culture and nurtured within that team. That's going to allow for that. So it's it's. It's one that that if we can elevate and get to that point we'll be able to produce an extraordinary results. I couldn't agree with you more. You mentioned the four pillars being courage love integrity and passionate script. I wanna start with the most. Woo of the group there if you don't mind because i want to call you out on it. Why is love leadership characteristic. Well i tell you. We look at examples throughout history. We've had a both on both sides. You look at the person. Jesus christ mother. Teresa martin luther king kennedy people who've demonstrated strong leadership with the element of love at the same time. You look at other leaders throughout history. Hitler stalin And finish et cetera. And i talk about some of them in the book who absent of that characteristic and you see the result history More or less paints the picture for both of them. And it's such a strong characteristic that you know leaders decide to fall on your sword for okay. It's the element that's going to allow you to elevate and build and grow and develop people. It's not about you. It's about the people and it's about what you are developing and growing them four to elevate them to that next love level where they'll experience their own Deep out say strengthen in delivering whatever it is. They're working on I tell you it's not. It's not an easy thing to do but it is one that is so rewarding when you can leave someone else better than you met them. You've you've made some improvement in their lives They it it unleashes or it opens up that wellspring of creativity people having them and and it leads to innovation builds innovative ideas and the results to stop. It's just incredible. Yeah definitely not easy to do. So how do you take that concept into the business world and take a business person who probably didn't grow up in that kind of a mindset and get them to start to lead in that fashion tell interesting that's a good question It starts with caring. You have to care for the t for your team members you have to hold you sponsor yourself responsible and accountable for your team members everything from top to bottom. We'll call it soup to nuts in the military right it starts with. We are embarking on a mission on objective. And i look at you and you just don't appear to be on the on on the edge of your game right and you want to. You wanna appeal on a little bit deeper to understand what's going on with your team member before you got something it also means that you're competent enough in your confidence in your competences that you allow them to have some autonomy in how they do the work there's not going to be prescriptive -ness of Telling them how you want something done versus. This is the objective trust. You've been trained. I trust you know your job. Well which most businesses do when you go to work for a company a Typically they'll send you for training and you'll have some. You know left seat right seat with whomever you're replacing. What have you and at some point. You're to work now if you do need instructions or you need some guidance. Well there's someone that you can always tap onto but where you have. Leaders are hovering collect the helicopter leader and we call them in the micromanager. Okay the hovering over Leave no room for Development no room for that individual expressing themselves in how they get that work done. And you're not gonna get creativity. You're not going to get any innovative ideas coming from that person. Yeah and innovation is where the magic starts absolutely.

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"daniel harris" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"daniel harris" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Tie Garbin. Caleb of Frank's Daniel Harris and Brandon Caserta conspired to kidnap the governor from her vacation home in the Western District of Michigan before the number her election. The feds raiding this mobile home in Hartland last night belonging to tie garb in one of those accused at the same time moving on this home. In Waterford belonging to Caleb Franks. And I just know that the FBI and the Michigan State police worked incredibly hard and a coordinated fashion. This is unlike anything we've ever seen before. Um and and they the brave men and women of these two police organizations really put their lives on the line to keep me and my family safe. And I'm incredibly grateful and humbled by the work that they D'oh. The Department of Justice, charging six in the Whitmer kidnapping plot agent Dana Nessel, charging an additional seven with plots to attack the state Capitol, target law enforcement officers and instigate a civil war. We know at least two of those men. The No brothers attended a rally at the Capitol, which was used as a recruiting tool to find like minded individuals. Who believed that Whitmer was violating the constitution. With her shutdown orders the recruiting turned into in person meetings. Some the feds say, taking place in the basement of this vacuum store in Grand Rapids, where Adam Fox, one of the key figures in the alleged Wimmer kidnap plot lived The FBI was listening to everything that was being said through to informants. And while there were original suggestions off, storming the state capital to take the governor, the men turn their eyes on her vacation home in northern Michigan as the kidnap location. She was then to be taken to Wisconsin to stand trial for what they viewed as her treason. Wittmer, for her part, is laying the blame on the president for the group's actions. We know every time.

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