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Buffalo supermarket shooting: What do we know so far?

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

Buffalo supermarket shooting: What do we know so far?

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Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Shared Pro-Hitler and Violent Anti-White Posts

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | 6 months ago

Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Shared Pro-Hitler and Violent Anti-White Posts

"We have to close the loop on the walka Shaw story. Isn't it a tragic set of circumstances where we're only allowed to talk about or care about a tragedy if the color of the skin of the attacker is something that the regime actually wants? So the attacker and walker Shaw, who has now killed 6 people a young boy died last evening. So it's went from 5 to 6. Ran over 40 more people. A black terrorist by the name of Darryl Brooks he is a pro Hitler anti semitic black supremacist terrorist. It's been wiped clean from the activist media. You've got a CNN dot com. No mention at all whatsoever. Nope. Nothing. Instead, if you, if you looked at any of the headlines that happened, they're not even saying that this is a terrorist attack. No, they just call it a car crash. They say what happened in Waukesha Wisconsin was just the car crash. It was like someone that got off on the wrong exit. Play cut 56. Bank worker. We were also hearing from the uncle of one of the 18 children hurt in the crash on Sunday. David begnaud reports on how one 11 year old girl is doing. The crash on Sunday. This was an attentional attack. But because it was a black assailant who's a child sex trafficker and pedophile, it doesn't fit the

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Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Is Deplorable

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 6 months ago

Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Is Deplorable

"What would joy read do with this mister producer What would MSNBC in the racists and the bigots and the professors they bring on more racism because what would they say about this When you have an African American driver and all white victims who died See this is the danger of the media matters mediaite these other operations This is the danger of the American media What Brooks has in common with the three people who Kyle rittenhouse shot they're all felons With long felonious records That's what they have in common Victims Victims I wish to notify these are predators And the media and the Democrat party embrace the predators They have no problem with the predators They have a problem with you You say you're deplorable They would never call Darrell Brooks deplorable Would they Now they wouldn't Or the three felons who were shot by Kyle rittenhouse they would never call them deplorable Now would

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John Zmirak: Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Committed a Hate Crime

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:14 min | 6 months ago

John Zmirak: Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Committed a Hate Crime

"What do we see? A crazy Black Lives Matter supporter who was let out of jail for running a woman down who and for failing to register as a sex offender. Pedophile seems to be the pedophile and sex offender seems to be the common thread connecting Black Lives Matter and antifa. He's led out of jail with a slap on the wrist by a George Soros prosecutor. And what does he do he attacks a Christmas parade full of white people in orchestra, lakeisha. Walker Shaw. Walker saw Wisconsin. This is a hate crime. This is a hate crime as sure as when that psychotic and South Carolina has shot up for black church. They won't be treated as a hate crime. It won't be treated as that. He'll probably get very good lawyers and he'll who knows who knows. Maybe he'll get a slap on the wrist. One thing's for sure, he won't be slapped with civil rights charges. If he gets, if he somehow gets off on this multiple homicide, the Biden administration won't be looking at civil rights charges. The way they are at Kyle for Kyle

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Waukesha parade suspect Darrell Brooks facing 5 counts of 1st-degree intentional homicide, held on $5M bail

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Waukesha parade suspect Darrell Brooks facing 5 counts of 1st-degree intentional homicide, held on $5M bail

"Rossi reporting a suspect is charged with five homicide counts in a deadly crash in Wisconsin prosecutors have charged Darrell Brooks junior with intentional homicide in the deaths of five people were killed Sunday when an SUV was driven into a Christmas parade in Waukesha Wisconsin conviction on first degree intentional homicide carries a mandatory life sentence in Wisconsin Brooks made his initial court appearance Tuesday after that appearance a prosecutor said a sixth person a child has died from injuries sustained in the crash authorities

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Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Released on 'Inappropriately Low' Bail

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 6 months ago

Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Released on 'Inappropriately Low' Bail

"It. Well, what's a black guy who murders white people? What do we call him? What do we call the guy in walker Shaw Wisconsin? Oh, that's right. He was just panicked 'cause he took a wrong turn. He was fleeing a knife fight. He didn't mean to mull over 60 people. That was an accident. They're actually making they made that claim. You heard it. I played the clips yesterday. There's an accident. He was panicked. He hit the gas instead of the. What was it? 60 people he hit? Did you see the videos? Yeah, that's some accident. That's what heck of a panic. Last time there was that kind of a panic. I think they called it World War II. I mean, the left will stoop to the most ridiculous Shelley insane Lowe's to make their idiotic point.

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Waukesha Christmas Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks' History of Crime

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 6 months ago

Waukesha Christmas Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks' History of Crime

"Daryl Brooks killed 5 people and possibly many others we don't know. We pray that those people make it through. He was charged previously with recklessly endangering the safety of others. In a very recent case, he purposefully ran over a woman, with his vehicle at a gas station. In the case this month, the woman told police Brooks purposefully ran her over with his vehicle. And she was walking through a gas station after he had followed her there after a fight, according to a criminal complaint. The woman was hospitalized for her injuries, so he has a tendency to run people over with his car. Daryl Brooks junior does. And yet he was released on a $1000 bail and is now a mass murdering terrorist. I'm already gonna tell you this is gonna unfold. The media will ignore this. They will not cover this. They will move on to their next thing. Front page of CNN dot com suspect and parade may have been fleeing another scene. It says here on the front page of CN. 5 people are dead and more than 40 are injured after an SUV, plowed into a Wisconsin parade. Officials believe the suspect was escaping another incident. Oh, that makes a perfectly fun. No pictures, no information around the person who did this, of course not. The Milwaukee county district attorney's office issued two counts of second degree recklessly endangering safety and Fallon in possession of firearm in 2020. Cash bail was originally sent at $10,000 and then reduced to 7500. Unlike some other states Wisconsin requires a payment for the full amount of bail in any criminal case. In February 2021, the state was prepared to proceed with a scheduled jury trial, mister Brooks was still in custody on this matter, and previously made a demand for a speedy jury trial. Because another jury trial was still in progress for the same court, the defendant's demand for a speedy trial could not be met. The case was adjourned and bail was reduced to $500.

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If Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Was White, Leftist Media's Take Would Be Drastically Different

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 6 months ago

If Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Was White, Leftist Media's Take Would Be Drastically Different

"Cut 12 Fox News reporting on the Christmas parade in Waukesha cut 12. Fox News alert. We are awaiting a news conference this hour from a Wisconsin children's hospital where at least 18 children are being treated following the deadly incident at a Christmas parade outside Milwaukee. 5 people were killed and more than 40 injured after an SUV tore through the crowd. Foxes told police have taken in 39 year old Daryl Brooks as a person of interest. Brooks has an extensive criminal history and we could learn more when we get an update from police later this afternoon. Extensive criminal history. If mister Brooks was white, it would be wall to wall coverage. Nonstop, focusing on his skin color. People would already have to be apologizing, in fact, all the woke pastors out there, they would already being sermons on how we need to heal our racial divide. But instead, because Daryl Brooks, the black supremacist terrorist is black, I don't really know how the media is explaining this one. They say, oh, he was fleeing the scene of a crime. It's perfectly understandable, then. You know what? Honestly, it was racist for the parade to get in the way of his getaway scheme. That was the problem. The problem is that the color guard and the marching band, how dare they? Get in the way. Of his getaway. Didn't they know that criminals need? Open roads and streets to be able to flee the scenes of a crime?

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Darrell Brooks Released in Two Days, yet Jan. 6th Defendants Are Still in Jail?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Darrell Brooks Released in Two Days, yet Jan. 6th Defendants Are Still in Jail?

"Mike, we got this guy from Marcus hall, who allegedly killed four or 5 people and injured 40 out of bail and two days. And we still have people in jail from the January 6th riot. What is going on? I thought the same thing. I thought the same exact thing. 5 people killed in a murderous act. The only person who was killed on January 6th was Ashley babbitt. The Trump supporter by a capitol police officer. It's a great question. This guy was out in two days. How about the black kid who shot up the school in Fort Worth Texas? Texas and got out the day after. The day after firing a gun in a classroom.

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Darrell Brooks: Everything We Know About the Waukesha Attack Suspect

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 6 months ago

Darrell Brooks: Everything We Know About the Waukesha Attack Suspect

"Shows. The driver taken into custody over the fatal Christmas parade crime in Wisconsin that left 5 people dead dozens injured has been identified 39 year old Daryl Brooks is being questioned over the deadly crash. That took place Sunday afternoon yesterday afternoon, according to law enforcement sources. They say he, as a lengthy criminal history, there are allegations he was fleeing a separate incident that involved a knife fight. Andy no on social media says he has a huge social media history, shows him dancing in front of a red Ford escape, presumably the same vehicle that was used as a weapon against the innocent people of walker Shaw. There's a lot of social media stuff which seems to indicate this is a Black Lives Matter supporter. This guy posted a lot of vicious stuff on social media. He is a career criminal who was released from jail two days prior to the incident after posting a $1000 bail for three misdemeanors and two felonies. He has a history of resisting arrest, obstruction, battery, statutory, sexual seduction, strangulation, suffocation, property destruction, illegal firearm possession, bail jumping, domestic violence, drug related charges, and he's a registered sex offender. Sounds like a just a peach of a guy, and he's like a real nice

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Mahomes' 5 TD passes lead Chiefs past Raiders 41-14

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Mahomes' 5 TD passes lead Chiefs past Raiders 41-14

"There's a new leader in the AFC west after Patrick Mahomes threw for five touchdowns in the chiefs forty one fourteen dismantling of the raiders I think it was just you guys are getting open I mean guys were being double teams gotta get open and there's own coverages and I'll get the ball to him Mahomes finished thirty five of fifty for four hundred six yards as Kansas city took over first place at six and four he iced the game in the fourth quarter with a thirty eight yard scoring strike to Darrell Williams and a twenty two yarder to Byron Pringle Derek Carr threw for two touchdowns but also had his third pick in two games is Las Vegas fell to five M. four with its second straight loss the raiders were held to eighty two yards in the first half their fewest in a home game in eight years I'm Dave Ferrie

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Stafford has 3 TD passes as Rams roll past Texans 38-22

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Stafford has 3 TD passes as Rams roll past Texans 38-22

"Matthew Stafford threw for three hundred five yards and three touchdowns before taking a seat for the fourth quarter the rams thirty eight twenty two thrashing of the Texans Cooper Kupp caught seven balls for one hundred fifteen yards and a touchdown and Darrell Henderson had ninety yards rushing and two scores by the time Robert woods took a picture in it sixteen yards in the end zone in the third quarter the rams led thirty eight nothing Davis mills threw for three hundred ten yards and filters and six is replacing starter Tyrod Taylor the seventy one rams are in their fourth straight win and handed Houston at seven for us in a row since a season opening win I'm Dave Ferrie

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Federal grand jury indicts Nebraska GOP lawmaker

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 7 months ago

Federal grand jury indicts Nebraska GOP lawmaker

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an indictment accuses a U. S. congressman from Nebraska of lying to the FBI US representative Jeff Fortenberry of Nebraska has been indicted by a federal grand jury of lying in a federal investigation into illegal campaign contributions from a Nigerian billionaire a grand jury in Los Angeles indicted the nine term Republican on one charge of scheming to falsify and conceal material facts and the two counts of making false statements to federal investigators the charges stem from an FBI investigation of illegal campaign contributions from Gilbert should gory and I Jurien billionaire of Lebanese descent the contributions funneled through a group of Californians from twenty twelve to twenty sixteen what do for U. S. politicians including Fortenberry in twenty sixteen using an analysis of federal election records politico has identified three other recipients all Republicans as former U. S. representative Lee Terry of Nebraska in twenty fourteen representative Darrell isa of California in twenty fourteen and Mitt Romney during the twenty twelve presidential campaign there

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"darrell k" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now

B2B Marketing Now

07:55 min | 8 months ago

"darrell k" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now

"So those those two people. I think really great And then oh. I forget his name. I'll have to like e mail it to you and maybe you can include in the show notes. But he's a group director at facebook and he also also writes about tech content. I really enjoy his stuff as well. And it's more of just like commentary on what what's happening with the technology industry in general Those are those are. I think those are people that that i like to. I like to follow method. I go check them out. Because i think when it comes to leadership again. It's such a hot topic and it's such a good quote unquote buzzword. But at the time. It's really it can be meaningful. I think when done right and win done well And i think there's a very big need for it right now and how to find your authentic voice and like what you're saying that authentic voice comes from maybe not always doing what's trendy but what's doing what works for you as an individual with that. I have you know my my last two questions. So what. I want to know in terms of measuring success social media for long. How do you measure it. What do you look at like. Are you looking at lights. Are you looking at comments. Are you looking at you know you had. You felt good at the end of the day. Like how how do you measure the success of of what you're writing engaging that you're connecting with your audience will the first. Danger is kind of what i mentioned before is that sort of virology component and trying to sort of chase that you know where you know. I've had a couple of posts that got like thousands of lakes And it so. It was so tempting to try to recreate that and that i don't think is is very sustainable and also i don't know i think that can be a little superficial because you're chasing you. Know being sort of provocative for the sake of it or like entertaining or or you know super funny. Just for the sake of it. And i'll i'll i'll always make humorous close anyway but i guess what i'm trying to say is be careful doing those things just to chase those things because i think it dilutes your overall message and and get takes you away from that at purpose. I think that. I think that you can use engagement directionally as a sort of like a barometer of how well you're doing and how well your your thinking and serving your audience with their content right I liked the word barometer because it kind of feels right. You know just how you can like. Feel that it's either humid or really dry in the air But it's not like the perfect indicator of of not prescriptive cooking of temperature right so so i like that. I actually know that. I'm doing well when i actually get messages from people and from organizations to either speak or to expand on my thoughts and that that i think is such is a much better indicator of of the kind of content and if i'm producing things that make people think and they want to learn more about and been so fortunate to regularly get invited to conferences. I remember before if this is like one. One like upside for personal branding and building your your your brand. I used to apply to speak at a bunch of conferences. And you have to do this. We'll write up in speaker proposal. And everything like that and i would get rejected and it feel feel like sad you mean. Ever since i've continued to like build a falling on on social media. I i haven't had to apply to any conferences. i just get invited And you know it's sort of the other way around where they're like please. Can you make time for this conference. It's coming up. There's going to be so many great people there. We really want you there. And it's just it's it's very flattering but also is just like so nice to have been on the other side trying to apply to get in versus being invited and i think that that's at least one strong benefit of building a personal brand slash following. Is that that you get invited to speak to stuff. Like like i love that. So so anyone listening in you know if you are want to be on the past being keynote speaker get that thought leadership content out there last question for you daryl. So we know that you are a biologist turned marketer. We know that you're high thought after public speaker we know that your running some of amazon's most interesting marketing ops approaches and processes and doing really great things. There what i wanna know now is. What can you tell us which might be hard for you. Because you're pretty open on lincoln. But what can you tell us about yourself that we won't be able to know from your lincoln profile. That is a good one I mentioned this to one person in impressionable setting So it's kinda weird. Everyone find out the ruler. So i i can do. Tarot card readings I if you're familiar. But it's like fortune telling fortune lords. Okay okay so this is interesting so so. So how is that something you do on the weekends for friends or are you. Are you in a little booth with you. Know like at a fair. How how did that would be cool. So i only do it for friends and family and i often do it for myself. Wow and how it started was i wanted to. I don't know i've always been very work in like career sort of so. I wanted to pick something. That i could do that. I was interested in. That had nothing to do with that. I could never be anything to do with that. And i'm just like you know. I've always wanted to get my fortune read and i've always wanted to you know it. Wouldn't it be cool to be able to do that for other people and anyway it's it's it's super fat. It's super fascinating and You know maybe next time. I'll bring my cards and then a reader fortune but i won't tell you live show fortune reading. I don't think it gets any better. Let's get radically And it's so fun. And i'll i'll like give away. Part of the secret now. Is that the cards will ask will actually ask you questions And but it's all about shared human experience To get a little bit deep there. But like if i were to tell you like gen You've recently gone through a period of intense change and you know You ended up there. It was hard at the time. But you ended up on the other side coming away with things that you wouldn't have had had you not gone through that doesn't that resonate with you. At least.

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"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

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"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

01:47 min | 9 months ago

"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Seventeen years into rise has helped establish minority owned small businesses across the country grow their business. And how do you do that. Darryl redo it through our streetwise. Mba program a seven month curriculum. That's we designed that businesses. Take and they learn about human resources Financing marketing social media and bring all that together to help them grow their business followed by peer to peer networking Where they Work with the nine thousand other lumps. They have taken our course over the last seventeen years beautiful and ask if you more questions but that's exactly the kind of answers. I'm going to give your introduced. I'm gonna introduce you gonna introduce interest dot org a couple of times so we're going to get that so it's a boston based organization and you you're helping tell let's talk about how extensive the network is talk about that sir as i like to say built in boston shared with the nation because we're in eight communities across the country including a hawaii and alaska..

"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Well sometimes people get frustrated The general public and know that there are problems they just just seem to be festering but there are so many people in organizations like yours. That are doing great work. That don't get much attention or enough attention. And i'm not suggesting that there isn't a whole lot more work to be done. But i think it's imperative upon media. Hello media to Really do more to promote. So thank you daryl. It's great to meet you and hang out with you and you're also a big baseball fan. We talked about that when we first met. Yes and the the red sox are taking it on the shell as we speak. You always have to remember. We're taping this. During the august slide and when this airs probably in early september by then we'll be back on top. I said with fingers. I believe me well. You know what if you're a red sox fan pre twenty four then you know what struggle is so that makes you a better. Ceo exactly young. Keep trying keep trying keep trying well the business world. Businesses life in life is business in my experience and there's a certain code of of success and strengthened distinctiveness. That's really special. About the american small business person correct whatever color whatever background and we're all in this together so thank you again for joining us and thank you for spreading the good word. Well thank you for having me. It's been absolutely pleasure to sit here and tell you a little bit about interest and outcomes that were having in the community.

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"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:22 min | 9 months ago

"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"The Minority owned small businesses in that area and we interview them and see if they're ready to take this next step into growing their business so once again established businesses. So you know you guys being business for at least two years have two hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of revenue to have at least two employees in the building so one can Take the course can run the business. Can you share with this audience in me. One or two examples of recent victories in your mind. Big recent success stories. Because i love it when we we bring it down to the human level give give me an ex sure I think of one business of veteran owned business and we all love it. We have we have a program says specifically geared toward veterans to. That's been wonderful. And i only use his first name john and he. He's in construction and one of the things you learn In our course in the streetwise nba is how to win those contracts with anchor institutions. And so he has a business maybe fifteen employees about two or three million dollars a year doing well all of a sudden he takes course he figures it out he bids on a contract and now he won so all of a sudden he has a higher sixty new employees over the next two months and get the capital to hire those people and grow. Everything makes sense. And it's people helping people. It's not just big old handouts and grants and things like that. It's it's learning. It's the knowledge that makes the difference. And you know that grew into a fifteen million dollar business while he's doing well but you know you bring up a very important point because you know we hope and most of these businesses are located in low and moderate income neighborhoods and think about that. They build their business. They hire from the community. You talk about that generational wealth again. They're able to buy houses in that community. So you don't have to vacation come Taking over you have people staying in their community improving the community..

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"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:12 min | 9 months ago

"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Most important thing it's amazing you would think of five million dollar organization that walks in the door that they will understand their finances. Many times they don't but not only interesting your finances but how the access capital so At to grow your business or you're going grow your business you're gonna need more capital. The help that grow right. So and we have guests experts. Retrain our own instructors and we have guests experts that come in from the various industries. I wanted to ask you about the practitioners about the instructors. Because it's putting resources to work in such a positive way. Everyone benefits including. I'm sure the practitioners that the teachers correct. Tell me about them kill me. The instructors are absolutely amazing people who are committed to our mission and they come from the a lot of college professors or former college professors seniors academics or young retired senior executives. Who really lived what they're talking about. So and they're committed and we work with about a hundred and some retires some comeback and leave but we have a training session every year to update them and about what's going on in the business world the small business community. But what's amazing is the networking they continue with the with the cohort state cheat teen. So the the twenty people they work with they will continue to get together for the next eight nine ten years a regular and that's called good business. That's it's businesses about relationship. You know that as well as anybody on earth because you're you're constantly connecting people with other people that's what makes for success There are other programs where we just run down. What some of our programs are the lat next program. Sure so the lat next program is really if you look at. The latino community is the fastest growing Small business creator in the country and we designed the program specifically geared towards that community a celery latin neck. So it's a streetwise. Nba geared towards the latino community. And we even taught this program completely in spanish in phoenix for example..

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"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

03:31 min | 9 months ago

"darrell k" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Event. We've become fast friends and have invited him aboard to talk about inter is so. Let's do it. Let's go on mike a lot to talk about with you. Daryl and i appreciate you being here and it's great to Get to sit behind the mic. We've met on a few occasions and you have Your hands in a lot of very important pieces of pie across the nut that you're a big pie fan. I'm not anymore. Let's put it out as you go older grow. It said it's too bad. Pie is one of the great things. But we're talking about the economic and business pie if you will and the fact that there's so much good that's being done. An inter is in the center of it all. So i'm thrilled. You're here welcome. Let's talk about you. You've got a background in public service in nonprofits and goes back a few years. It's go back. You know thirty years ago This year my son and my nonprofit work at w. gbh in boston. The leading public Television station in the country and was so important to me at that. Time is what. I realized quickly and working there set. You can affect people's lives by raising money and that became important to be the mission of every place. I've been has been about changing lives so whether it's been higher education at harvard graduate school of education or when i served as vice chancellor of umass boston it was all about education being a game changer. for for for everyone. Where does that emanate from. Though in your family background Your values as a young guy. And i'm sure your parents and people in your family and still some of this and that's right I grew up in springfield massachusetts My parents were factory workers but they always instilled in me the value of education. The they came from place called crowley louisiana two hours west than new orleans and they always wanted to make sure that i took advantage of the opportunities that they that they did not have and so education was very important to them so it wasn't a matter for me if i was going to college. It's where i was going to come and that was still the me at a very young that generation that's parents generation to was Coming out of the depression coming out of world war two coming out of that whole era. They were so dedicated to us and we owe them a great debt. No question about that and we're trying to pass it on to the next generation. It's a little more challenging economically. But it's important to remember that they did for us. Yes it is fan about my mother. In particular was she received her college degree at the age of sixty all awesome. Yeah so she you know. She was sitting there and classes with nineteen and year olds. And but you know she did it. and Was very proud to attend her graduation. Well before inter is you did a lot of work for habitat habitat for humanity correct. I can't say enough about that organization having worked a little bit on various projects into media related to that wonderful group. You were out in san francisco habitat for humanity greater san francisco wonderful organization Giving chance a chance for homeownership for people would have had that chance especially in san francisco. We consider this that you know if you if you make a hundred ten one hundred twenty thousand dollars..

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California Family Believed Stranded in Afghanistan

KOGO's Evening News

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

California Family Believed Stranded in Afghanistan

"Made things official today keeping my word of all of my heart. I believe this is the right decision. A wise decision and the best decision for America. Officially the last U. S troops left yesterday, the Cajon Valley Union School District and now say that one of the families from East County trapped in Afghanistan is still waiting to be rescued. They think Congressman Darrell Ice on the others will help get the other families out safely. Says one family with three of these students in the Cajon Valley Union School district didn't make it out of the country. As the evacuations ended,

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"darrell k" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 9 months ago

"darrell k" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"These are american children. Afghan families went home for a family. Reunion would trapped wherever they were. And you're trying to get them back. Can you give us a little taste. A little flavor. How chaotic is it. How hard is it to track down and get these children. To safety congressman. Well literally this particular group and some of them were. Us born some were born in afghanistan but these children and their parents all were part of earlier. Resettlements of people that have helped us early in the war And they they were back as many people do go for this summer The state department did not know where they were. We were able to get in touch with them through of all things Facebook and then using whatsapp and And little by little we were able to inform the state department where they were and with dod assistance and much more dod than state department Began the extraction process. But it is these people are are isolated. they're scared. The misinformation abounds but also In the case of every one of these families Telethon fighters came to the door asking questions and doing essentially a sense of who are you and what are you doing And coming through the house and you can imagine being Eleven or twelve year old girl And having a tele bound fighter wanting to know everything about you in hoping that your Your native tongue was good enough that they wouldn't realize that you've been living in america for most or all of your life and that's that's some of the trauma that these kids are facing in their families The taliban have made it clear. They're not letting afghans out after August thirty first and sebastian. American americans are still considered afghans if they come from there so these people are at risk of not getting out. Follow this man. Rapid rep darrel ice on twitter. Eissa dot house dot

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Congressman Darrell Issa on the Californian Families Trapped in Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 9 months ago

Congressman Darrell Issa on the Californian Families Trapped in Afghanistan

"These are american children. Afghan families went home for a family. Reunion would trapped wherever they were. And you're trying to get them back. Can you give us a little taste. A little flavor. How chaotic is it. How hard is it to track down and get these children. To safety congressman. Well literally this particular group and some of them were. Us born some were born in afghanistan but these children and their parents all were part of earlier. Resettlements of people that have helped us early in the war And they they were back as many people do go for this summer The state department did not know where they were. We were able to get in touch with them through of all things Facebook and then using whatsapp and And little by little we were able to inform the state department where they were and with dod assistance and much more dod than state department Began the extraction process. But it is these people are are isolated. they're scared. The misinformation abounds but also In the case of every one of these families Telethon fighters came to the door asking questions and doing essentially a sense of who are you and what are you doing And coming through the house and you can imagine being Eleven or twelve year old girl And having a tele bound fighter wanting to know everything about you in hoping that your Your native tongue was good enough that they wouldn't realize that you've been living in america for most or all of your life and that's that's some of the trauma that these kids are facing in their families The taliban have made it clear. They're not letting afghans out after August thirty first and sebastian. American americans are still considered afghans if they come from there so these people are at risk of not getting out. Follow this man. Rapid rep darrel ice on twitter. Eissa dot house dot

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Mark Lamb: Allowing Unvetted Afghan Refugees Into the US Is Extremely Dangerous

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 9 months ago

Mark Lamb: Allowing Unvetted Afghan Refugees Into the US Is Extremely Dangerous

"Already know this. Special immigrant visas between january march. The state department denied eighty four percent of them eighty percent denied because the head kind of better. They had time to look for derogatory information various databases including now during the rush to load planes. Get people out there. The ministrations looking back removed them. That people so right now fill. The planes would do very little vetting and we'll handle it in the united states. This is extremely dangerous for national security. There are gonna be people come to this country to have been properly vetted and the advocates from looking for releasing detained. This is a very dangerous situation with the united states. right now by administration is not paying attention. This is a very very dangerous time for america. Let's talk to somebody who's trying to keep a safe. Actually from the people exploiting immigration system especially those coming across Open southern border. A good friend of america. I the sheriff for penile county in arizona. Sheriff mark lamb. Welcome back to the salem radio network as you showed us the signs the evidence of the smuggling when we were down there. Tell us how the events of just the last eight days impact what you'll trying to do. We've already had analysis that that afghans are going to exploit the southern route. Have you seen anything. Or what are you preparing for sheriff lamb. You know we always prepare for this. We've known that there's people from middle. East countries would say call high interest countries. Which would be iraq afghanistan iran. I talked to the sheriff in Yuma county and he told me they had seventeen the comment that have come to the sector this year alone out from those high interest countries. There's been people from ninety seven countries coming in through a coming in through these borders and so this is of high interest to always but now with what's happening in afghanistan. We are very concerned about this. You know why because we haven't presidency to build a secure southern border from those coming from the south american countries never other countries. Why would i have any faith that they can protect us from those coming from these high interest countries where terrorism where they breed terrorism.

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The Consequences of Evacuating Afghanistan With John Lovell

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:24 min | 9 months ago

The Consequences of Evacuating Afghanistan With John Lovell

"From the pentagon press circuitry. John kirby he tweeted this. We can confirm that the explosion at the abbey gate was the result of a complex attack that resulted in a number of us and civilian casualties. We can also confirm at least one other explosion at or near the barron hotel. A short distance from the abbey gate at the airport classic jihadi tank takes multiple detonations latest reports. At least eleven servicemen killed at the perimeter off the air base. The kossi international airport. I want to bring in somebody who knows what it's like to be in theater wearing. The cloth of the republic format special operator the founder of the warrior poets society. A great american. A good friend of america's john level. Welcome back to the salem radio network gorka thanks for having me on pleasure. Ni- you've squeezed us in. I called you last minute. you've just dropped another superb video. I i called you because you did a very short video on your platform talking about what it means before the attack what it means to surrender bank graham surrender our embassy and take orders from the taliban obsolete strategic so concise so clear. Will you chace some of those perimeter preliminary observations. Before i ask you to react to the news of the last few hours sure there are many consequences. Some of them are in the short term. So are very bad in the long term in my video. I did five. The i was. Twenty years tokens of dollars. Eric live over two decades to get us where we are are utterly undone. Presumably by what the biden administration has led us to afghanistan. Just fallen. that's that's a lot of work. That looks like it's gone down to number two is this is costing lives afghanistan lives servicemember lives and that is a very bad thing. I think it is just starting tune up number three. We've been folded taliban so they are on the offensive. Now we were Presser alone they're hiding in caves for decades and now they are aggressive commanding us to exit their country

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We Need Manly Churches Preaching Biblical Masculinity

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | 10 months ago

We Need Manly Churches Preaching Biblical Masculinity

"It's amazing to me that you know. We are coming to a place where it is only like great churches. That are pushing this message out there. The whole culture has become feminized and confused. I mean it's obvious that people are just i mean. Most people understand that the culture is nuts. Like you need to be encouraged folks. I forgive you think the culture is nuts. You know what you are right. And i'm here to affirm you they've all gone nuts the only place where you seem to be able to find sanity Is in certain churches. I was I mentioned you tim. I was up in ken graves. Church in bangor maine. I was at jack. Hibs church and chino hills california. They're few that are particularly manly. And i thought men just gravitate toward that cause in their ideas churches. Kind of like it's a. It's a woman's thing or or something like that. I really think that this message that you have in your book take it back. It just comes out of the bible and it's it's kind of like solving for excellent algebra quesion right. I mean everything else goes away. We're in a culture now where you really can't find this anymore. We don't have a lot of healthy masculinity in the culture in our movies and tv either at it is toxic masculinity portrayed or is wimpy non masculinity but this healthy idea of biblical masculinity which father's bless their children and husbands bless their wives and live self-sacrificial early and use their strength to protect those. I mean so beautiful. i think more and more. We're seeing that in churches and i. I predict that. We're gonna see revival on this issue when a culture becomes as sick as ours is on this issue. Men are looking for truth. They know in their gut. Right and wrong on this. And i'm just i'm excited that you're talking about it. You're not the only one but this is The book is take it back. dr tim. Clinton forward by darrell

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"darrell k" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

03:41 min | 11 months ago

"darrell k" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"He's a fucking in so one hundred percent one of the orig- so they actually used at one point amat all which is sodium ama- tall and it's also known as truth. Serum one of the truth serums now truth serum is like a very controversial. They're not like you know what i mean. But they did it and especially back then they were doing it. So that it was done by dr david axelrod of sacramento and they interviewed him while he was under the influence of this and he said i didn't know what to say about all this. I knew that. If i did some would say why did you do it. So i reported it to the sheriff's department. I wondered if i didn't report it talking about the murders. Would they go on. And on. And i didn't want to go on. So that's what he was saying about doing. All this and why he had reported the body. I do of believe that. And he said quote i wanted to have. Someone helped me stop what was happening. I knew that people couldn't go on dying. I couldn't go on hurting people and he also did add that he had raped annette edwards while she was dying. He admitted that under truth serum just there he went where he. He's raped her while she was dying. Yeah so he went down there. He threw her off the ac bridge. Oh no annette edwards. Oh sorry there are two a net. So it's confusing. Words is the older one. Okay so just as an aside. Truth serum like i said is controversial especially sodium amital. It's barbituate like a downer. Yeah and apparently it was primarily used at first to help soldiers during world war two and it was just like a method of combine like combating the anxiety that comes with like what they used to call shell shock. Ptsd the drug is very addictive and lethal if used into high of dosage and when they used it for treating soldiers it would essentially slow their heart rates down and with only like a small dose and it would make them more relaxed more less anxious right and then they would talk about their feelings or experiences more easily so does get people talking because you get more relaxed and more like Also they found out later that some people that this was used on actually developed false memories after the whole thing was oh. I'm not saying that happened here. It's just that can't happen. So december fourth. And i mean we don't need the truth. Serum we know told the really say anything that we needed december fourth. Darryl was given permission to get married in prison. Why do they do that. Her name was loretta summers. She was twenty four and a hairstylist. And they met during the trial. And she's a fucking monster to fucker. Mike dude rapes and murders an throws an eleven year. Old girl off a brand is admitted. It like a million times him like quality in you honestly. She should be arrested as well. 'cause i question who she is like. If you know that a man has literally raped and murdered a child is officially or you should not be allowed near children again. Made me so angry december fifth. They had closing arguments. And the prosecution said daryl riches a predator who systematically hunted for victims. He was a marauder who went out and sought people he preplanned everything and went out and hunted these women. And girls daryl. Riches and egocentric self-centered individual who never grew up he prays on others and always gets things his own way. He has absolutely no care for other people's feelings. And i think that has been born out again and again at trial. The defense psychologists and psychiatrists patronized him and believed everything we t- told them.

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"darrell k" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"darrell k" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"He was formerly charged with four counts of murder and committing lewd acts with someone. Under the age of fourteen there were also fourteen charges relating to rape and assault and kidnapping so the death penalty was on the table for the net. Salix one good He pled not guilty to all in later changed that to not guilty by reason of insanity. Oh you're his lawyers used a lot of like the somewhat shady and like kind of loose tactics that some of the cops used along the way while talking to him but they didn't get far with it but they really tried. You're gonna do what you have to do to catch someone of course and it made the trial go on forever. It dragged it out for a long time. Strating enduringly exactly during this time. They exhumed nets alex's body as well because they took castings of the bite mark. Oh and they did the ted bundy where they had casts done of his teeth matched it and they were a match at is so fucked and he would later say. I don't remember biting anyone. But i guess i might have no you do you. Don't remember fighting an eleven year old girl while you are raping your you piece of absolute garbage just disgusting. Like i hate this dude. He did attempt to hang himself in jail. But he didn't succeed and left a note saying mom darlene rich russell schwartz ben lambert. Whoever those are his lawyers to god. Mom i love you. I hope that you'll be able to understand. Why did this darlene. I love you more than anything in this world. You deserve someone a lot better than i mr schwartz. His lawyer thanks ben. I didn't kill anyone that i hadn't said that i did. I'm telling you the truth. Whoever i hate myself god help me. Let's hope fucking theatrical. I can it was. It was presented in court as like look. He admitted it again. He was going to admit it even when he killed himself to determine whether he was saying when he committed the crimes he was obviously given a lot of psychological exams and therapy in prison. Dr alfred french was the lead psychiatrist at one. Point in. t- gave daryl rohrschack test which is the ink blot tests and seeing like movies and stuff and when he looked at this like block having this blotch having he said quote. It looks like somebody took a knife and cut into somebody's layers of skin. Yeah which i think is to psychiatrists like scribble scribble like okay right. Not a really good way to know that. You're not okay that you're like saying right from wrong. So dr french concluded at the end of this whole thing. This time with daryl. He said quote in my opinion. Daryl rich is simply an immature impulsive individual and that his chronological age really has not much to do with the matter. Aside from his physical strength he has an unsolicited. Unsolicited is d- aggressive reaction of childhood. And or adolescence. I find no evidence of psychosis in my clinical interviews with mister rich and then he said this young man with his chaotic life history has moved to the extremes of rape and murder with a fairly straightforward logical progression. Yeah he was like he's saying fuck. He knows exactly what he's he's just using his childhood trauma that's all know. When he took the stand later this doctor..

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"darrell k" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

06:00 min | 11 months ago

"darrell k" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"And this part to up this part two episode year getting here we are regular sleep to be had so this two part episode is about somebody who i only heard the name. I had never really looked into the case. Okay wow. His name is daryl. Rich darrell darrell and this takes place in california and so you know it's about to be wind wowie. Wow we she says well we coming. I love wow we because we it's this is one of those okay. There's a lot happening here. This is going to be very long so everybody sit tight okay. I'd like to say that one of the sources that are used for this and there's tons of like articles information. I use the court transcripts because we love when we can find court transcripts. I love that So those had a ton. But i also found a book called a season of madness. And it's by robert scott. It's really good about this case. Eight is so detailed in. Lemme tell ya after. You hear this case the way that i'm gonna tell you it. I definitely recommend getting that book and reading it. Just be warned that there is a lot of graphic details gonna say as a graphic. It's graphic because this is going to include rape there's kidnapping there's brutal murders. I mean it's got it all so just just know that going in but it's a great book. He did a great job. Good job robert. Go robert good job. But so let's get on with daryl. Rich guy. darrell rich was born on february fourteenth. Nineteen fifty five valentine's day. Babe it they. That's a scorpio. But i'm not positive now day you go. I mean i don't know if that means anything in regards to what he does but always. It's not good so he was actually adopted at two days old by dean and lily rich. He grew up on gas point road and cottonwood california He had one younger sister. Sharon who was also adopted. Okay also visit aquarius. I'm always wrong. He's an aquarius. I know. I love my favorite. I think that makes him. You're always like no. We know what she's give it a shot. She's dipping our toe in the astrology. Podge doesn't know everything exactly and you don't claim to nevresa. Well lilly mom was i. I don't know if anybody can guess terrible she was stern and she was domineering. That tends to be domineering. Tends to be the word. That's like the that's the key word. With all of these students. She ran a daycare out of the home so that was how she brought in income to the house and by doing that obviously all day her attention is going to be focused on the kids that jeez being paid to look after so she's going to be paying a lot more attention to these kids. Unfortunately darryl was kind of ignored he definitely took notice like he was not happy with it. He started resenting her pretty quick and pretty earlier on but as a kid he was kind and helpful with children He was good with children. Interesting cute especially take care of the young kids like you really like the young kids he even saved a kid's life once situation fell into like some canal like some like crazy dangerous canal. He jumped into the canal and saved him when he was young. Serial killer. yeah so he saved a kid's life and them as we find out later he will take kids life. That is insane. It's unreal so dean. The father was kind of absent. Definitely not huggy not involved with his kids really that much..

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"darrell k" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"darrell k" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Chairman and one of the big investors forty degration. Pierre bernard such a fantastic episode. We had a good time chatting with him. So don't look for that Mp companies the goal today is not just a maximize production but also select well-defined opportunities and execute the best possible scenario to maximize return on investment talk about the full time and operate in the middle east approached degration with some very specific objectives. The needle platform. They could recommend well. Candidates for overs or infill drilling ranked by financial metrics production probability of success in other technical indicators blows my mind this is not being done yet. The platform also needed anticipate risk mitigating actions to enhance it. Ensure reservoir production but recognizing certain patterns and common failures using a problem score to identify issues on underperforming welts for the operator as work conditions is an well performance parameters intitially changing and lack of automation inhibits the desire for continuous well optimization my implementing the pitcher visor platform the offered was able to integrate data from flat files simulation outputs static and dynamic models in legacy data thus creating a single version of truth but they'd available to all disciplines the operator managers prussian years in reservoir engineers. The operator streamlined the process for both well placement in a workover candidate selection. Kind of a no brainer. Let's run through some quick numbers for these guys The gain real time performance monitoring and feedback to further ability selection process in future fields and delivered an mp improvement of seven hundred fifty one million dollars which thirty three percent increase and reduced catholics. By fifteen point four million dollars for thirty four percent increase no brainer. If you've known me or what i've done in this industry would have been tempting to do Solving this problem is a big part of it. And so we're super glad to be partnering. Degration they make things like this possible so go check them out degration dot com and check. These guys out as for demo. Let's get back to the upset. Yeah so you guys you know you bought the technology and then you set up a service you know. Essentially a service business which is clean as new. And i'm sure that Required an amount of capital to get that set up. I'm sure that you need a ton of infrastructure around that you know you gotta go higher employs and everything that comes along with that and then you guys actually built out a software package for it to so this sounds it wasn't just you know buying a technology especially sitting up an entire service business around it and then building technology for it as well kind of walk us through some of the challenges of that you know.

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"darrell k" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"darrell k" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"A lot of us learn Operates and have a lot of questions about ricotta. I think there's gonna be some investigations in urquhot pretty soon. So it'll be interesting to see what happens from a regulatory and policy standpoint because this was a pretty big event and obviously that will drive the way that we energize a statement before it was it was unprecedented. So how could you necessarily plan for. Everybody was like oh yeah two weeks notice. Yeah but a lot of changes to take place in order for us to winner is the variety of things that need to be winner is Would take months if not years. Yeah it's not like that's going to really accomplish anything so yeah. Major fires across the board across all energy sources. Billy conn said nygasp pickup oughta slack until that itself literally froze over So it's like kinda like the five hundred year flood with harvey. It's like i mean. Yeah you're not enough. You're not in a five hundred year flood plain but now that's like now that we've gone through it is like. Is that importing again. Do we see another five hundred year flood or is it literally going to go five hundred years. Maybe we should rethink what we call these things. Yeah but i don't know about you. But i'm pretty sick of being part of historical events manager his head a lot eastern. I'm ready for. The volcano appeared from nowhere. And that can be our next king kong. Got streets about to happen so cool. We may be jumping a video in this kind of go a little more in depth this to a really happened. Let's get right in the upset. What's i walk headers. Welcome back to the willing guests artists podcast for get into. I want you to know that we have the world's greatest newsletter and if you check it out it's the round the website sign up for it couple of you have signed up for it and you complain you getting technically on the back end. We fixed it. Go check it out. so go. Subscribe to that are bad. There's like a million people on that newsletter at least probably now about five thousand so but anyways we gotta guess today dale staying with his new there. We linked up like months and months ago. But obviously cova ed. You're canadian leaving. The country has been an absolute debacle to try to get cove tested and all this stuff and sleeping in hotels and the restrictions are a little bit crazy right. You have to quarantine yourself and hotel for like what two weeks. No it's You gotta get a test three days in advance. Get on the plane before even getting on the plane before getting on the plane. Then when you get there. There's only four airports open now..

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"darrell k" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

The Get Foxy Show

12:40 min | 2 years ago

"darrell k" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

"My five year old son was diagnosed with leukemia. And my marriage began to crumble in two thousand fifteen. I desperately turned to a relationship coach. Her name is Joanna shocked and she taught me how to better relate to myself and to my beloved wife. Now my son's cancer-free more praise stays that way and emily and I are still married. We beat the statistics. And I credit the grace of God and Anna's ecstatic intimacy program for that. So if you want to improve the level of your dating relating like I did click on the ecstatic intimacy icon on the get Fox show homepage for your free intimacy jumpstart kit. You'll be glad you did and So in in terms of stern throwing we go then from age ten to age. Fifteen eight fifteen to twenty eight twenty to thirty. I've got I've worked with people. That are all the way up into their mid sixties. So we go through their entire life bit by bit and then look at all these incidents and all these stories that come out of that and then we start to write down. What are the. What are the topics in these stories that would make Great Media For marketing a lot of what a lot of people don't don't realize is that thing that you put aside that thing that you say oh I would never talk about. That on camera is really the thing that's going to bring more people in than ever before. Because they're going to identify with you they're gonNA identify with your story and pull those things in so out of that session. We can come up with as many as one hundred to a hundred and fifty of these stories and then combining with okay. What is the business service here that you're providing what is the actual benefit of it in the aftermath of having worked with you the combination of those of those things make something very powerful so to make a concise answer today question? How do I pull them for mediocrity? This is they come out of it with a list of one hundred different videos in stories that all they have to do is go. What do I do next? Create the media like tell the next story tell the next story tell the next story and then I teach the methodology of how to get these out on all these different platforms. So there's the what what it also does it makes you understand the breadth and the scope of organic. Let's call it. Influence building marketing. There's a lot of people out there with the trickery. Magic trick of Click funnels in an ad facebook advertising which is amazing and I honor the people that do that. I say that's advertising. That's not marketed. Which is a separate whole type of Anakin separate philosophy which is constantly staying visible to your to your audience continuing to expand your network and continuing to be transparent and opening up more and more and more so that those people that truly identify with you and you can give hope to because you are the answer. You are the solution Will come to you. What I'm hearing from. You is the positive self talk yarn and actual vulnerability which leads to authenticity. Makes you more relatable to your audience? I hear that correctly very correct. Yes most definitely and then of course it's it's also with this with the what we would call the call to. Action. But also there's a deeper simpler level to that and there's two parts of that one is. I'm going to start. Marketing is the art of starting meaningful conversation so cherry. How long have you been doing this? Podcast or G. Three years and what? What was one of your favorite episodes? Ever Gosh is so interesting and so amazing Joanna shocked -I in her discussion of masculine and stem Annan energies. And how they interplay awesome. So I started a conversation with you. How did I start that conversation by asking a question about what I like? Yes so instead of just posting here I am. This is what I do here I am. This is what I do right. Look at me look at me right instead of just posting. You know me me me involve your audience in everything that you're doing. Ask them a question. Might be as simple as what do you feel about this? What does this Exercise does this feel more masculine or feminine to you and your energy right you can tie it in La right along with the types of things that we are. You talk about Nick theme of Your Work and all that kind of stuff so so start a conversation by asking questions. Ask Your audience questions and Yoga and you'll get so much more engagement. Which is the social media business term? But I call it. Conversations you'll get more meaningful conversations going with your audience in that is that's big stuff right there daryl. That that's huge. Thank you I think I think re we get so caught up in kind of making a everything about ourselves and what what I'm hearing you say is will know you need to take the spotlight off of you and put that more on your audience and then that creates more engagement. It's it's never about you. It's always about that. It's about who do you serve? And how can you serve? And how can you give them something from Your Knowledge? That will help them. Along the way with the caveat too and this is something that now has gone too far. Too Extreme of where. You're not giving away the whole farm like when you were back at the ranch right working on the Cadillac wherever you were working on right you. The person didn't cavern you. Decide Hey I have three extra tiles. I'm the most generous man in town like. You didn't give it away right. So there's there's a borderline between serving in giving an and and and being articulate and knowledgeable and demonstrating what we know how to do and not you know what I'm saying giving away. The farm and other words have a borderline so the idea of marketing to me is getting people excited enough that they want more now George Lucas. I'm in sitting in the Millennium Falcon today and my zoom call with my virtual background George. Lucas loved to watch the the serial radio plays and shows like the old slash Lord and all of that during the thirties and forties and all those types of things where it say will flash Gordon make it off the cliff. Will we survive? This is the doomsday counter. Going down and all my gosh find out in the next episode. What did I do that? Everyone go jobe. More wins the next episode right. So there's this part of the marketing and the drama. This makes people go wait. I want to hear the rest of the story hold on. I didn't give me the whole solution. How does it work? And that's when you close the sale data when you bring them into their NGO Group Program. That's or whatever. It is where you make the appointment for their for their therapy session or their massage session or the haircut or or their coaching session or whatever into that next level and all that speaking of big questions yes men ask you the question. I ask my guests. Evacuate is what is your definition of Foxy what does foxy and being foxy mean to Daryl Stern so foxy to me is Someone who is intelligent someone who has A Real go-getter attitude somebody who is very independent minded. And I'll throw in this one. I love a girl in glasses. I don't know why you know like I love a BRAINIAC. Somebody who can somebody who so. I'll tell you a little bit about my background. My story I always was on Broadway or close to it. I was a scooter computer. And all this all I want a growing up as a girlfriend this obsession like I don't understand why I can't have a girlfriend so I you know I want to ask out every girl the senior prom bail said no not at all this. Stop what I realized after my divorce moving to Denver and realizing Gosh I'm tying my own shoes now. I'm paying the rent all by myself. No one is helping me and I really focused on Stern Daryl. Talking to myself. I've got a do this. I've got to do this on my own. There's no one here is going to help me with anything. Then all of the sudden I realized how tap into myself tap into my own energy start to build my own business start to learn you know how be independent financially independent but then also really got to my core of my ethics and my philosophy and then I think it was all the sudden. It was forty four years old. We were in one of these roundtable with the old experienced pros group. You remember that Downstairs in my own office and this lady across the an I had my three piece suit on and all the staff and I had also lost a lot of weight in the past ten years and she's she was married lady but she looked across the way at me. And she said Daryl you're looking sharp and I turned to my friend Adam and I said wow forty three years adul- all the sudden I just sharpened up. Why because my the core of my confidence level in who? I am what I do who? I serve really then made me Fox. Now what I'm getting at is I hear a lot and I see a lot about well. My appearance I've got to put on makeup or gutter do this. I've got to do that and I gotTa make myself look a certain way or you know. They won't like me if I don't do this right and I go. Look if you're confident in yourself if you know who you are who you served your your lasting your career or maybe. You're an entrepreneur. Like like we are Terry that is more foxy to me your own independence because to me if people are going to meet and have a relationship foxy relationship right there meeting as equals reading as two independent people that complement each other. But at the same time don't need each other any relationship that's based on need there. I need her for something or she needs me for something. Utah Me. I doesn't work and it doesn't last so to me. Fox is someone who is really delved. Depp delve delved deep into their selves. At understands BEM SELVES A lot. I believe an I have learned that this life. That reliving is a journey of OSS as conscious sentient beings to understand our own makeup. And once we figure that out we can then go on and be foxy straight up life wisdom from Daryl Stern right there. How can people work with you or find out more information about how to Stern Storm? With You Daryl. Sure most definitely you can go to stern storming. That's like brainstorming. Only put in my last name S. T. E. R. N. Like the back of a boat no relation Howard and You fill out the form you give me your name and your email and I will literally send you my entire online course in how I made this auto mechanic enjoyed international answer Using Youtube and Seo and all of that and also teach you some of the philosophy which is a wake up in the joy of knowing. Hey I'm gift to the World I've gifts Ital- I've I've I have knowledge and things that other people know that I need to share. In.

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"darrell k" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

The Get Foxy Show

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"darrell k" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

"Thank you so much for taking the time to come on the show today. I sure appreciate it. I'm ready to get foxy. That's I've been waiting and waiting. There's just hasn't been enough foxy around and you said come on the podcast. It's time to get foxy and I said Heck. Yeah let's do it a you. My friend are a very unique individual in the chew. Went FROM SHOW. Biz and acting to an entrepreneur what I would call. An entrepreneurial influence her. How did that happen Well Okay so. Interestingly enough and this is a topic maybe we can get into more depth. You know with your audience and all that is that I was doing theater all through my childhood. I had an agent in New York City So after school my dad would rush the in New York City. Circle the block or I would go upstairs and audition for the different shows and all that so In about nine hundred eighty three. I landed the part of Scooter computer on this four part series on schoolhouse rock. If you're if you're JENEX above gen-x onboard nineteen seventy-one. You might remember Schoolhouse Rock. So they did four cartoons. It wasn't very long leg but it was called scooter. Computer Mr Chips in it was teaching kids. What a computer. Was You know that you can have a computer in your home and literally? The first episode is about computer basic programming language in the logic. What a computer does the funny thing? Is that everything? That's that's talked about in that. In that little cartoon is is still true today the basics of what the heck a computer really is just now able to do all those things a heck of a lot faster With a heck of a lot more memory and all those kind of things so I got into play writing after that and dramatic writing After College I really didn't get any of my plays produced so my mom. Y'All down the basement basement. Be Down the basement and you're GONNA go to graduate school and get a master's degree in communications and go into television. So I said okay mom so I went to my Clare State and I was studying TV broadcasting and they actually had one of the oldest big big television broadcasts decks with the big huge cameras and all that kind of stuff there from something that was called. Dumont which was one of the first television channels broadcasters way back in the forties and fifties so when I got there it was ninety seven. They said okay. If you go pee a page you know at NBC and work your way up the ladder. I inherited my father's impatience and I was like I have a master's degree. What are you talking about? So it was about them that there were these floppy discs computer store that's at HD amount. And I and I took a look at that and said wow. This is amazing. This is the next zoo the next big amazing things so we were all home schooled. You know taught ourselves all of that worked in the corporate world and then it wasn't until about five six years ago that I realized as working with people as now we have social media and Youtube and all this kind of you know media marketing that marketing truly is theater. It is the artists earning meaningful conversations and. It has to be dramatic. Meet the people in needs to be put on putting on a show. I think you know all of this is show business to me. So that's what I came up with my methodology. Which is you are a gift to the world and the world. Need your gifts what you could teach what you know on what you can demonstrate that you kind of take for granted other people say. Wow yeah that's amazing. I didn't know that. So using that methodology in also pulling from yourself this joy of knowing I had these gifts I need to use them somehow and then throwing it a little bit of acting a little bit of theater training a little bit a script writing right a little bit of training in how to make it. A little bit heightened a little bit dramatic so we can break through the fourth wall. And that's how I you know created the world that I'm in now which is doing dramatically engaging you know media marketing so the point of the story will go back through in different elements of it. Terry is finally realize what you've always been doing what you did when you were. Young is still what you're doing. Now it may have a different form may have a different shape to it but still don't ever throw away those things that you grew up doing because they are the things that are who you really are and what you were meant to be doing. So how do you of pull this out of the people that you work with? How do you? How do you help them figure out? What their messages and then spread that message? Sure so a stern serving session begins where I ask you. And I'll ask you terry between the eight zero and age ten. What were the events that happened? It could been when you were playing with your brother or sister was something that happened with your parents or your first kindergarten teacher whatever. What were the events where you learned your first lesson that you carry with you today? So I'll give you an example from my own life in the eighties and on shaggy you are. What is it called Scooby Doo Shaggy? Which a like. And then we had the valley girls that go like you know like it's you know and my dad would slam his hand out on the table when we started talking like that and said it's not like it is it either is or isn't something and then when we would say you know he would say. I don't know so I said that has carried its way through into what I teach now which is articulation and convincing language and cutting away all that extra verbiage today Terry. The the magic word now is basically. I don't know where this came from with this coming week. Talk to people get him on the phone. Talk to your patients. Ask them how they're doing and they're going to tell you well basically A. I don't feel this week that it's the new like you know to New Valley girl thing. Is that new extra hiccup work so I would ask you jerry as you were growing up. Eight Zero Age ten. What event. What lesson did you learn? That still is imprinted in you that you use to that. It's part of your ethics and philosophy. Oh my goodness Well you know. When I was at age I grew up on a cattle ranch in Wyoming and so I learned a lot about cowboy culture and kind of the code of the West and so You know honoring your word and doing an honest day's work for an honest day's a those kinds of ideas really stick with me in the work that I do now right so what I would do if we were to go into the full blown for our stern starving is what I get to the point. Where we're writing your inbound marketing your landing page videos your new funnels and all that kind of stuff I would put in there. Somehow we've in there. I grew up on a ranch. I grew up as a cowboy. I know the code in the ethics of the West which is right to be a gentleman should get the job done and to do that and I would pull that into their. And obviously you've kept the wild west a circa eighteen eighty mustache which is so part of your persona and the character that you're playing. You understand that I would pull that. In somehow. The verbiage the culture the ethics right of the old West into the way that you're bringing people in marketing. And I'm you're doing that anyhow naturally because I always say you are your brand. What made you is how you are. But when we really focus in on that and realize that unconsciously notice that we can bring it out even more and separate ourselves out from the pack of other people who are technically doing the same thing that we do so in a way daryl. You're kind of an alchemist. You're able to kind of determine what's inside of a person and and pull that out too. How do you kind of go through that and transform their state of I guess mediocrity into something that would improve their business in their personal life? Well okay so. I don't think that anybody is basic or mediocre Perhaps that's how they look at it and perhaps they are saying and talking to themselves in a way that is making them feel limited and you know about limiting beliefs. I'm sure oil big. Yeah the big key word in that is day will they won't like me if I'm not inner or they won't like me if I were. They won't pay for this at two hundred dollars or a day won't like my podcast. Whatever out my response to that is. I'm sorry but you don't have ESP. I don't see the crystal ball and the thing. I know you didn't graduate wizard school. I know I was there. You didn't pass fail so sorry but you don't know what they are doing at all. Does that make any sense? So when we pay attention to the language that we're using when we talk about ourselves and we start to realize that we can change that language and in changing that language. We're GONNA change our philosophy of it than that turns around so going back to what you're talking about as I go through your life and then we look at. What are the features of this business that you WanNa create now we wanna make sure also that it's a business right like for instance this podcast? The movie theater makes money at the concession. Stand not the movie ticket right so this podcast is the movie ticket right. It brings people in and it keeps them going and it brings them into the theater. And then in this. You have your extra things he posted you put in descriptions. Youtube been on the PODCASTS. And all that goes. Oh by the way. If you'd like to session metairie if you'd like to continue the conversation right. Use that as a way to bring people in so totally me. Forget the question but there. You are back.

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"darrell k" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"darrell k" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Donald Trump for president Reagan Reagan was what does the S. stand for in Harry S. Truman nothing I can't think of anything so nothing it stands for something but it doesn't stand for and name is like Darrell K. royal the K. he is just there crewmen's grandparents on the male side well on both the mother and father side is grand parents first names started with the letter S. so did spell just give him two middle names they just went with yes art okay okay who was the only president to serve non consecutive terms we know that FDR did for then a change that rule but the only president to serve non consecutive terms he was a president that he wasn't a president than he was a president again now even tell you what numbers they were he was president number twenty two and president number twenty four Grover Keyon Grover are you talking like he's on Sesame Street that would be we both have good well that would be Grover Cleveland.

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"darrell k" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"darrell k" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"Darrell w. The sound Scotty jet around. Battiston website. Ministry bar. I commissioned. Song? Tell me the story. Personal you see the kindness shines strain on the. In the business phone Facebook kids, Stacey Sarah, Laura, Julian, Jennifer, these you're gonna raid sportier scooter Patria burgeon support the sponsors confined. Thank you, see with me the gun. We're so proud Dan's to be part of nine fail presents now with these you. Thanks, Mr. bird. I'm dear scoot around Twitter and Instagram you give me through the website as well. And you sleep in me, and you're smart speakers. Or that's good way to encourage people say just police lupin me podcast in the old smart speaker, and guess it. Let's keep the show ago in. He up all night tossing turning mind racing. Trouble getting to sleep trouble. Staying asleep. Will welcome. This is silly. Put me the bad cast puts you to sleep..

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