35 Burst results for "Dawn"
Some People Are So Desperate to Get on Fox News
"I remember be on a plane years ago. With a bunch of people like-minded people. We were doing rallies. From city city and one of the people on the plane was talking about how desperately she wanted to get on fox news and it dawned on me. She would run her own mother over to get five minutes with sean hannity people wanna get on the clamor to be tv and it amuses me not because i'm special or or i don't want to be on tv. I've done forty years. I've been in this business. I spent a lot of time in front of a camera. And now i'm in front of our cameras here. Mike online dot com. And i'm fine with that. That's good enough for me so you can knock me over to go. Get three minutes on the laura ingraham show knock yourself out. But people it is like an aphrodisiac. They just love it. They
We Must Own Our Complicity in Afghanistan
"The united states shame right over its precipitous sprint out of afghanistan shadow this country's conscience for generation every horror story and they will keep coming is partly the result of our decision to bug out the death and destruction that occur in previously secure parts of that country will be on the bipartisan decision to exit the fiasco of president biden ordered quick march out of the country with its arbitrary deadline and false proclamations of the heroic airline effort. Airlift effort will garner the most shame but barack obama and donald trump all wanted the same thing they wanted out to all three presidents lacked. What abraham lincoln possessed and george w bush often display the strenght to shoulder. The suffering of war brought home in dead and wounded. Young soldiers sailors airmen and marines the country. Tired of it too. We do not have the ability to fight a long war. Even with minimal casualties be because for us. There is no such thing as a minimal casualty. We can take station troops on board. We peacekeeping missions in kosovo but we cannot endlessly endure the loss of american life to enemy combatants so we left but our greatest centers to have left without first overseeing an exodus of those who were desperate to run from baruch theocracy. We did a portion of the saving at the last minute and those tens of thousands who did escape will be forever grateful for the eleven marines. One navy cormon and one army soldier who gave their lives at those refugees might live but for twenty years. We pretend it all of us at some sort of middle ground might emerge between the darkest midnight and the dawn of democracy. Turns out there wasn't such a middle ground and yet we owed an exit to those who relied on falso.
The Bizarre, Incoherent Contradiction of 'the Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'
"A dawned on me as john. Edwards wrote this terrific piece in the new york post about the incoherent bizarre contradiction. You do realize that the whole point in calling this the pandemic of the unvaccinated the whole point insane we've gotta protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated. The whole point of the poor little old lady shrieking at me in the elevator the other day because she's got her mask on and i don't and she's vaccinated is that they don't believe in the effectiveness of the vaccine. That's the dirty little secret. They don't believe the vaccine works. And frankly with all the cases rising. I can understand people thinking that now. What we got to remember is if you're vaccinated. You're not likely to wind up in the hospital. If you get covert and you're vaccinated. That's the point of the vaccine was to prevent severe illness and death. And if you accept the ninety nine percent number. The people of the people dying from kobe today. Ninety nine percent of them are unvaccinated. You may not accept that number and that's okay you get to accept you can reject accept whatever you want to accept if you agree that most people who are dying of cogan are unvaccinated than that should give you some comfort in believing that the vaccine works but not joe biden as john says. How do you start out. Saying i'm going to protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated but don't worry fully vaccinated. People are incredibly low risk. This is a cluster. This is a disgrace.
Attica Prison Uprising: The New York State Troopers Storm the Prison
"Happened when the new york state troopers stormed the prison. Wow well you know it it really. It kind of depends on from where you're sitting. What happened i for the men who woke up that morning. It was a cold rainy chilly morning but it was a morning. That was very much like all the others that had come before it every morning. They kind of expected that negotiations would continue that morning they had met at the gate with representatives from the department of corrections. Who had said the same thing that they said every morning. Which is you know. It's time to release the hostages and surrender and let's give up We're done now. And they said no we are going to give up. We believe that negotiations to continue and it was only after a few moments that it began to dawn that you know things were not exactly quite the same. There was the catwalks above. Were largely clear. There was no troopers looking down on them with guns cited as there had been on days before and it you know it was a little eerie because there had been no observers that had been there and it was kind of weirdly quiet and then they had seen a helicopter pass over and and for the first moment. There is a bit of elation. Because i think they thought that maybe rockefeller was coming. You know a bit of a cheer goes up. Maybe he's gonna come. Maybe he's gonna finally endorse the idea that they could surrender when it was time without reprisals without injury then it disappears and then they get really really scared. Prisoners are terrified. The hostages are terrified because they know in that moment that all of this is going to hinge on whether or not the state of new york in fact values their own state. Employees lives in will resist the temptation to send their state troopers in with gun splashing and of course. They can't resist. That temptation
A New Dawn for Zambia?
"Became independent in nineteen sixty four though the reputation it has since established as a to or relative order in southern africa is merited. The journey has not been an altogether smooth. One will joining me now from. Lusaka is visit j perry professor of history. At the university of zambia professor. Let's go back to the point at which zombie starts to emerge from british rule and become a country in. Its own right before that. What kind of rule were the british running over. What was then known as northern rhodesia when the country was known as northern rhodesia as the country was colonized about eighteen. Ninety at that time there were two northern rhodesian those north eastern rhodesia another some rhodesia which were amalgamated in nineteen eleven as northern rhodesia and then a part of that period was under the british south africa company then in nineteen twenty four. The british colonial of his took over on the begun manage the country as a war as northern rhodesia. Under the corneal. Office bez in london and that went on until nineteen sixty three wendo elections at time the that had been formed among which was the african national congress on the united national independence. Party unit on the ufp. It was for white people in the election that took president in sixty three none of the three parties only election but the african national congress under him on under unique under kennedy. The gold from the collision and president kaunda became the prime minister until the next elections in nineteen sixty four. When you nip won the elections on unique perform the fisted government out independence on four th october nineteen sixty four
First Death From Ida Reported in Ascension Parish, Louisiana
"One death from a fallen tree has been confirmed in Ascension. Parish, Louisiana Water pressure's dropping. There's some Water, flooding in the streets and into some homes, not nearly at Katrina levels. In fact, we're not looking at Hurricane Ida as a cat two. That doesn't mean That Nobody is in danger. In fact, you know, you've seen perhaps the video of W g N O T V with its roof ripping off even while they were broadcasting. We won't know until the dawn's early light. Exactly how bad the damage is with power off. It's really Appropriate for me to just be Thinking of those who are in harm's way, as opposed to calling them and trying to get them to tell us what's going on.
Investigators Find Evidence of Extensive Corrosion in Collapsed Miami Condo
"Investigators are still coming through evidence linked to the deadly Florida condo collapse in June, and now they're sharing video that seems to show extensive corrosion. Problems with the concrete reinforcement at Champlain Tower South. Dawn Layman is a professor of structural engineering at the University of Washington. She says the corrosion found on the bottom of one column is quote astronomical. That condo collapse in Surfside killed 98 people
Is John Milius the Most Influential Modern Filmmaker in America Today?
"The way to the students. I thought i wanna talk to amanda against lover. She's a patriot. she's a good gal. Should i mention her. Dad again. Is it imbalances. Has she fed up. don't they know i don't. I'm not fed up by gets it was read on day the other day red door because the something years that yeah. It's true it's true. She gave his signed poster. Red dawn guys signed by. John milius himself and i wanna talk about him just for a little bit. Why because i was awake slate. My wife was traveling three. Am so what what comes up on my youtube feed. The documentary called millions. And i thought is this going to be a hit job. Because he's the off onto hebrew of hollywood. he's a conservative. he's a patriot. Is this going to be you. Know a lamb basking of this man's record. I tell you. I don't know who made it and i texted you off to midnight. And yeah they're really good guys. And i always allow him and his movies. But even i as a film fan didn't realize just how many things he touched. Which are seminal not just as directed but you know when when he rewrites the uss minneapolis seen from joe's. Where when he fixes sean. Kearney says i'm not gonna do right. Oh tober unless john milius writes some speeches for me and that's how they get him the hunt for red auto. But i want to say right here right now. I think i think your founder john milius is perhaps the most influential modern filmmaker. We have in america
Critics Round on Joe Biden as US Pulls out of Afghanistan
"And freshly fallen Afghanistan deteriorates this morning. Catastrophic situation overnight. So many terrified Afghans right on the tarmac at Kabul airport, desperate to get on flights leaving the country reports that the U. S military had to resort to firing rounds in the air to stop military planes from being overrun at CNBC's Julia McFarlane. We were watching in here on our monitors in the studio, the scenes from Kabul with people literally running next to these airplanes, it looks Like a bad movie. It's just You can't believe what you're seeing their terrifying scenes that the photos almost like fake. The videos look fake, and you have to wonder what's going through these people's heads right? Because there's There is huge risk in climbing on the outside of an airplane. But if you're willing to do that, think about the risk you're trying to avoid. Well put correspondent Ian Panel has been covering the war. The entire 20 year span of the conflict he was in the capital is the Taliban took over at the moment, the streets are empty, their quiet, but there is a mood of dread and fear about what the new dawn Is going to bring for the country and particularly for the women and Children. You know if the Biden administration NATO that combined intelligence communities the Afghan army, the Afghan government were totally unprepared for the rapid pace of events of the last two weeks. Well, the Taliban. Certainly one, not. ABC Chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl addresses some of those points complete and total collapse. Within days of the Afghan security forces did come as a surprise The speed of that collapsed but not the fact of the collapse. In fact, in April, just a week before President Biden announced his withdrawal plan The DNA. M president Biden's top intelligence advisers warned that the Afghan government was unlikely to be able to hold back the Taliban, which, um brings up the question why we're thinking people out sooner. Yeah,
The Other Mozart: Wolfgang's Sister, Maria Anna
"Some point. The enormity of his children's talent dawned on leopold. it wasn't just a father of two musical prodigies. But this was something that could open doors to royal courts all over europe in seventeen. Sixty two the wunderkind siblings performed for the emperor francis the i and empress maria theresa in vienna. This was their big debut in their first significant public performance. It took three weeks to travel from salzburg to vienna with two small children and put the family deepen dead however their performance was a smashing success. Leopold sent home the equivalent of two year salary after only a few weeks of performing in vienna with this success. They set out on a grand tour of europe visiting royal courts all over the continent at the start of the tour and seventeen sixty. Three wolfgang was seven and non role was eleven at the beginning of the tour. Non-royal often receive top billing in a letter home. Leopold wrote quote. My little girl plays the most difficult works which we have with incredible precision and so excellently. What it all amounts to is this that my little girl. Although she was only twelve years old is one of the most skillful players in europe and quote as they travelled leopold basically acted as an agent for his children. It wasn't just the royal courts in large capital cities where they performed they would also try to arrange performances in every city they visited and leopold would often put notices in local newspapers over the course of three years. The family worked their way across germany. Belgium and the netherlands with the furthest point being london on the way back home. They went through france and switzerland. During this trip wolfgang began composing furious pace including writing his first symphony at the age of eight maria. Ana often helps your little brother and writing down the music you wrote. They returned home to salzburg in seventeen sixty six and continued to make side trips to earn money including a return trip to vienna in seventeen sixty nine leopold set out again but this time he only brought wolfgang with him if maria ana had grown up in the present day she undoubtedly would have been one of the world's foremost musicians however she grew up in the eighteenth century and she was subject to the norms and the culture of that period once she reached an age where she could marry. She wasn't allowed to perform in public again. To do so would be
Chicago White Sox Sweep City Series vs. Cubs
"Get into the good stuff last night at wrigley field sunday night baseball. The white sox goering for a sweet and man they jumped all over zach davies first offering you the game anderson drives wander right going back deichmann looking at it's dawn. I pitched a game and it goes the opposite way. A home run into the bleachers. Tim anderson with the jack and it's one nothing white sox boop shabby on. Espn radio with the call. Tim anderson actually was not in the original. Starting lineup. he'd gone into tony larussa office after the game on saturday talked about how he didn't feel good at the plate and then he was working on some things in the cage. Before sunday's game coach assam hitting the saw that he'd figured out some stuff with timing And they went to lure us and said he's gotta be in the lineup. He's gotta be in. The lineup and sure enough tim anderson talked his way in the lineup and he hit the first pitch the game for a home run. The white sox were done though in that first. Inning davies delivers swang clobbered centerfield. Or take a back near the wall looking at. It's gone tosses the back towards the white sox first base dugout eloy jimenez when his second homer of the year and that quickly it is three nothing and the lead would continue to build in that first then a swing and a bolt drill out towards left centerfield on its way and it's gone. Two run homer the third homerun derby inning and white sox have exploded. It's five nothing near the top of the first at wrigley on their way to a ninety three
James Pollard Espy: The Storm King
"Been relying on and contending with the rain since the dawn of time. Let it surprisingly recently that we really started to understand how rain comes to be in the eighteen thirties meteorologist james. Fc put forward the theory. That convection was the primary cause of rain. As heated updrafts rise into the sky they cool and their moisture condenses resulting in cloud formation and eventually precipitation. This then cutting edge theory landed him a job with the us army as the nation's burst meteorologist and almost immediately raised a question. We're still trying to answer today. Can humans or even manipulate this natural process. His approach lighting huge fires along the appalachian mountains to provide the heat smoke in particular matter needed to trigger storms and bring rain under exactly favourable conditions. Of course sb pitched his idea to congress claiming that if these fires were set on a weekly basis. He preferred sunday evenings. The now regular rain would eliminate droughts heat waves and cold snaps. Prevent river flooding and keep the air clean and healthy by washing down noxious vapor. I'm extrapolating from incomplete data. Here but i would bet my heart shaped but that the word miasma was used in the presentation desma theory of course being the pre germ theory belief. That bad air mal aria caused and spread the disease. Espy's convection theory raised his reputation. In scientific circles. The rainmaker idea. Not as much if anything. He was probably worse. Off for it professionally author nathaniel hawthorne thought. Sp belonged in the paul of fantasy. A marketplace of wild ideas perfectly suited to fantasies of rain kings in climate
Pastor John Hagee Talks About Writing His Latest Book 'Absolute Power'
"Everybody why you wrote this book. Mark. I wrote this book because it's a time for The people of America to be encouraged, who are sick and tired of the bad news coming out of Washington and every conceivable source. Absolute power is written to help of personal learn to transform. Every one of their problems into an opportunity for their personal success. Absolute power is a book that, uh, well birth and new dawn of hope to help the individual achieve their goals, their dreams and to do that, with confidence in themselves and in God himself. It will help you release your personal potential to discover wealth and the scale of communication. Best communication. Would your wife your husband with other people? Absolute power makes the impossible possible transforms defeat into victory. Stress becomes peace and doubt becomes faith in God. This is a book that you will enjoy reading. It will help you forget the fake news and the two aspirin every night you're taking so you can sleep.
Cashier at Costco Mistreats Patriot Buying Copies of 'American Marxism'
"I have a neighborhood watch meeting tonight and I wanted to hand out your books, right? I'm a huge fan. Huge fan. Thank you. I got 10 10 bucks in my basket. Got a package of water and I got a little box of chips so I can take to the meeting. So I get up to the register, and the cashier asked me for an ID, and they scared my Costco card, right Executive membership card. And then she has the audacity to ask me why Wife? Uh, Exactly why they made me feel like a criminal mark and You know, it dawned on me Why, and I asked her is it because of the books? And she's Oh, no, no, no, It's our policy. Mark will have been shopping at Costco forever. Mark. I've never been asked for an I D. I've never been asked for an idea. I slip in there to get one of those hot dogs all the time. Exactly exactly. It was strange. We're out here in Los Angeles. But, you know, we we love you, man. And I wanted you to hear about the stories. I was absolutely amazed by what had happened. You know, it's not right. I I want to thank you. No doubt in my mind. It was because of your books. Well, I I want to thank you for doing what you're doing with your community now. And did you get the books or did they stop you from taking the books? I assume they let you get the book? Oh, no, sir. No, no, I got the bus. No, they would do. Yeah, I got the books. I'm an executive member there in Costco. So I went ahead and, you know, finish my purchase. But I was really upset. Call corporate file the complaint stuff like that and stuff. But I do have to tell you, Anthony. They have been so far. Good to us. They have ordered a significant number. I don't know what was going on with that cashier there. For that particular Costco
Black Women Photographers Are "Intentional With This Community"
"Today. We're going to be talking about building community and finding jobs in the world's photography and media and to do that we welcome journalist editor and photographer. Poly ringo poly works is in editor for wnyc. Here in town and a photograph published in buzzfeed bbc news. Cnn refinery twenty nine and okay player but polly is here with us. As the founder of black women photographers which is a global community and online database of black women and nonbinary photography's we also welcome photographer join banji. Dawn is a portrait. Photography art is based in virginia and through black women photography. She was hired for an assignment by the new york times. We're going to be speaking with doing about a photography and how be. Wpa has helped her find work and community. Welcome polly welcome dawn. And congratulations. Paulie up black in the photography's celebrating. Its first year anniversary this month. Thank you so much for that interim. Oh hey that's why they pay the big bucks. Okay thank you anyway. Let's it's been years. Let's talk about that Truly been a year it has been how have your thoughts and perceptions concerning a black photographers shifted costs over the past year of. Because this hasn't exactly been just another year right Now that's a great question. I mean for me. I really didn't know what to expect. You know everything that's happening. It's not what i had in mind like it's just been amazing to watch it unfold In it's happening like you said in the midst of this pandemic amidst of just crazy year I don't have to unpack for everyone listening and so it really has been able to. You know want for me at least personally. Just give me some sense of joy. Because i think it's so hard to find that join these times in Ah load is work to keep running. I mean it has been Really just joyous experience for me.
Olympian Dawn Harper-Nelson on The Balance Between Motherhood and The Olympics
"For me. I've always known. I wanted to be three things. A wife a mom and a gold medalist but for me i also knew deaf for one of those dreams to live. The other one had to die. In what i mean by that is in order to be the athlete that i wanted to be in a sport that i love and to be a gold medalist. There was no way. I could be a mother. Not only was i nervous about. What being a mother and having a child would do to my body. I also understood it and it was very clear my sport that there will be no support from me financially or just support mentally and i was not happy about that. But that's the way the world worked. And i had accepted that when i went into two thousand and eight i felt like that was the year that i really put the stamp on my career professionally and i won the olympics in two thousand eight and at the time of the greatest time of my life. It was everything that you had just imagined. This moment would be came true and from two thousand eight and two thousand twelve. I had really great years in between and so they made that. Two thousand twelve was once again going to be so caught the pinnacle of my career. I was twenty eight. And for what i have been told was the ideal age for track and field in the hurdles. I was also dating a guy at the time that i was pretty sure i wanted to marry and at this olympics my mindset. Was you're ready. You're in the best shape of your life. It's time to make history. The race goes off. And i ended up getting silver and i tied the olympic record. The woman broke the record. Both about point o. Two and it is still to this day. The greatest race for the hurdles in olympic history. I remember feeling so honored in so privileged in that just thinking that these things i feel like in the sports subtly come true. Are you ready to actually achieve the goal. And i remember that christmas was when my boyfriend at the time. Proposed to me as overjoyed as i was. I was also thinking to myself. Oh my goodness. The conversation of a child is coming forward by with me and him because we had talked but with my family and friends. Because that's obviously what's the next natural step in so it seemed with the family. The thing is with me. My body is my job. It's how i make a living in. So i'm at the moment of my life where dreams may switch and i remember talking to my husband and we saying that we're going to hold off because i am running so well that i wasn't ready to give up on this dream of track and field yet and so if we fast forward to now i'm thirty four years old and i'm knowing that the pool of being someone's mother is more than the love half track and field
Billionaire Richard Branson Reaches Space in His Own Ship
"Richard Branson flew to space Sunday aboard his own rocket ship beating out fellow billionaire Jeff Bezos in the race to get there please read seven five crewmates from his virgin galactic's space tourism company reached an altitude of about fifty three miles over the New Mexico desert enough to experience weightlessness and see the curvature of the earth from there Branson said it's amazing after landing he pops the bubbly and said welcome to the dawn of the new space age we had to make space more accessible to all of all we want to turn the next generation of dreamers into the astronauts rocket ships portion of the flight took around fifteen minutes or about as long as Alan Shepard's first US space flight in nineteen sixty one it was intended as a confidence boosting plug for virgin galactic which plans to start taking paying customers next year I'm Julie Walker
Southern Delta Aquarids and Alpha Capricorns Meteor Showers to Peak in July
"We also have to meteo showers earth. A which peaking late july. There's the southern delta accords which visible from mid july to mid august e. with pick actively on july the twenty eighth and twenty ninth. The shower originated either. From the break-up of what are now the mazda and incorrect sun grazing comet or from the parent comet pay ninety. Six mel colts the delta accurate skin because they radiate a piece the line the constellation aquarius e one of the constellations brightest stars delta equerry. There are two branches to the doter. Eckerd's meteo shower. The southern and northern the seven daughter accurate considered a strong xiaohua an average of between fifteen and twenty meals. An hour between midnight and dawn listeners in the southern hemisphere usually get the better show because the radiant is higher in the southern sky since the raid is above the horizon for northern hemisphere listeners. Media will be saved to fan at an all directions. Ace north and west with females heading southwards unless they really short near the radiant the northern doda accurate. The weakest shower peaking later in mid august with an average peak read about ten meteors per hour. Meanwhile the knee by slow and bright alpha kappa court. It's meteo shower will take place from his earliest july. The fifteenth and continue until around august tenth. The meteo shower has infrequent but relatively bright made ios and even some fireballs it's generated as the earth passes through a debris trail left by the comment. 169 pain nate which was originally identified as the asteroid two thousand and two x twelve however it was shown to be weekly active during Lillian and was then reclassified as a comet the show was created about three thousand five hundred to five thousand years ago. What about half of the parent body disintegrated and fell into dust.
"dawn" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Know how we do it. Hey i just say something yes. We've got to tell people again and again and again yesterday we were completely forever knocked off of youtube. That's right and folks. I've been looking into this. This is maoist soviet-style intimidation. It is wrong on every level. And if you think you're gonna silence me. Let me let me tell you something. If you knew who my parents were. Yeah no i. I don't think it's going to happen. Good luck keep keep trying but in america we have to speak up and especially when they try to silence you. We have had the most wonderful guest and we put it on youtube. They're all gone. You have to go to rumble even better and i'm begging you folks. I'm just begging you. Go to my website eric. Metaxas dot com. Please sign up for the newsletter. Please please please. Because there's no way to get all the information out to you that we want to get out to you. Sign up for it. You'll see what i mean right now. Still you can still hear the guests at metaxas. Talk dot com. We've got the whole podcast. There obviously video. You want to see it and i know so many of you wanna see for example. What are we wearing today. If you're not watching the video you can't see what we're wearing. We could tell you anything. I am wearing a union suit. Love it and i'm smoking a corncob pipe and i have not had a haircut and six weeks. I'm looking like a bald shaggy dog right now. It's going to say. We're very interested in. And i want to know alvin. What's your secret. Well i just let it go brothers. Let it ride okay. We got to mention two things real quick before we go to the next guest. A lot of people know. That father's day is coming up. Folks father's day is coming up. I don't expect any big gift you know but it wouldn't hurt. But here's the issue fathers day. We have a film on salem. Now dot com. Now people should be anyway. Because there's a lot of great programming there but salem netcom there's a new film coming out called the streets. Were my father You can tell it's kind of dark story but it ends very very wonderfully. It's an inspirational film about well. I guess you have to be honest. If you didn't have a father father's day might really be a hurtful day. Might be a difficult day for you. And so this film deals with three men from the urban community to hispanics one black. And i got to tell you the story of their lives of not having a father and what happened to them and this is a fact. Eighty five percent of youths in prison eighty five percent of youth in prison. Come from homes without a father if you don't realize that. That is the problem in america. Right now you're not paying attention. That is one of the most overwhelming statistics conceivable. So the film is called. The streets from my father go to salem. Now dot com salem now dot com. Once a year we have program with christian solidarity international they are literally freeing slaves in sedan it seems satanic unthinkable that slavery exists in twenty twenty one. Ladies and gentlemen apart from you giving it does in other words right now. You could give two hundred fifty dollars to see us. I go to metaxas talk dot com.
"dawn" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Welcome back. I'm talking the dawn. Hawkins ceo of national center sexual exploitation don. This is such a dark subject. You and the national center sexual exploitation. Give people hope that somebody is doing something. And i as i said earlier. I want to know how we and my listeners viewers can help. What can people do. I mean parents and grandparents right now as they hear something like this. what can they do. Besides go to the center to the centers website. Things are asking that as hard and dark as says there is so much hope. And there's so much good happening. So in addition to helping us says advocates hold these corporations accountable or going with us to congress asking them to pass helpful legislation. There's so much you can do at home and for the families around you. So i say one of the most important pieces of advice i can give you an. I'm a mom of four. And so i'm living this advice myself too but be where your kids are online. Sometimes i just want to be like i'm done online. I want to close my computer and be done. But i need to be present where my kids are. And that's that's so important to understand the the experiences that they're having there's also some really great resources. There's filters lot. All of our devices have built in parental controls. They're not perfect but turning those on we'll make such a big difference. In fact we just got a law passed in utah that says all smartphones and tablets if if turned on in the state of utah have to be the by default. The safety pieces have to be on. If you're underage and we're looking to pass that in other states as well so you could join with us having regular and frequent conversations your young people in your life about these issues and we might feel nervous and embarrassed to talk about it but they don't. They're hungry to talk about these issues so talking about it regularly with them is so key. the. I wanna go back to the dirty dozen list. You mention different mainstream tech companies. Maybe it's not just tech. Companies is it just accompanies companies or is it other kinds of companies focused mostly on tech because of covid everyone went virtual. But what company. I mean give me an example of a non tech company that would there'd be an issue on this. Let me tell you this. When united was on the dirty dozen list last year because airline night at airlines because sexual assaults were rampant on their among customers and flight attendants why they had bad policies for sexual harassment as well as they allowed cl- customers to watch pornography during lights when united. Whoa yeah united airlines allowed customers to watch pornography on flights when you're sitting point two inches are child's ripe from people next to you and children united now why so the other airlines have different policies. It's kind yet. They all now say that they don't allow it but they have. They are not good at training. Their flight attendant. So we're working with the airline industry to better trainer-fighters because increasingly this is a common thing. The important thing to know is united change because thousands of people sent messages to their executives through our tools. They agreed to change. And so there's there's some hope there and we are getting many of these companies to change policies as we hold them accountable. But this is. This is thing i mean. It speaks the vulgarization of the culture. You kinda think of what kind of pig would watch pornography on a point. It's so disgusting that it's inconceivable that somebody would be such tacky person that they would not even be aware that they're doing something in a public space. Let's be honest. it's a public space with. It's like a. It's a crowd. You're you're in a tight crowd with people sitting around trying to live their lives in. You're doing something like that. So it's just disgusting but then the idea. Is that if those people are going to do that. The idea that the airline would allow. It is just wild. I mean it's just wild and but other airlines. They don't have a record on this. There haven't been as many not as many cases but delta also i actually i was on a delta flight where a man watch pornography in front of me in front of me of all people say anything. Oh yes i said something. Oh my if anybody did did that near me they would be very sorry. Sorry and he. Because that's just so unacceptable. It's astonishing that people would do that. I mean as a man okay. I'm thinking about other women mothers grandmothers girls. I mean just just that is just. It is an astonishing thing that people could be so poorly socialized that they would even dream that that might be acceptable. And that's the perfect action right here when you see sexual abuse and exploitation calling it out and up an opposing it wherever you are on an airline but guys are total cowards. I've seen this. They don't want to say anything. I think we do. You know you know because people. I mean this gets to the issue that i talk about a lot about how people are ultimately selfish in the sense that it takes something to say something. It's something and you ought to be willing to do that for the sake of culture around you don't just think about yourself like it's gonna cost me something but it's the right thing to do and if everybody did that this would not happen. It will say that more than half of our advocacy campaigns. Win so more than half of the time. If you speak up when you see a great you will win. Oh no no. That's why i'm saying like way that it's preposterous to be cowardly because there is no question that if people do this it is very effective. Everybody if everybody said something or just made the person comfortable instead of like. Hey that's not acceptable. Or that's not or tell the flight attendant or whatever it is this would end because people would. The word would get out like you'd better not do that. But people are quiet and so people are allowing this to continue. Which is you know. it's so so it really is on us that we need to step up but i just. I'm just amazed. But i've seen stuff like this not quite not quite pornography but i'm always amazed with let me tell you. Another one of my favorite victories was with the department of defense. We what the department of defense on dirty dozen list a few years ago because sexual assault was rampant throughout the military and they were selling hardcore pornography through all the basics changes and they often allow pornography to be hung up in public and workspaces around the military so we called them out. Congress called them out. Thousands of individuals and military spouses and members called them out and they change. They totally got out of this. That's the whole thing is that it's just so hopeful when when we realized that this is doable. We can do something about it so you can speak up wherever you are.
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"And you are don hawkins. When did you start a national center and sexual exploitation. I did not start it. We've been around sixty years sixty. Yeah we focus on pornography initially and did a lot under president. Reagan bush Calling for federal investigations of obscenity but ten years ago we expanded to work focused on all abuse and exploitation issues. So what is this annual dirty dozen list. Oh that's my favorite project because we name and and frankly we shame. Some of the top mainstream companies in the united states. Who are who are propelling. The sexual exploitation industry forward companies like net flicks google instagram snapchat. And we we educate the public on the ways that they're involved in sexual abuse and exploitation and then give people opportunities to get involved in these comedies change. They almost always change their policies as walmart listed. Why is walmart on this list. We no longer have them listed walmart used to sell hardcore pornography. dvd's and magazines through their online shop. Amazon still is and and we also were asking walmart to remove cosmopolitan magazine which we would argue is harmful especially is pinkish. it is totally pinkish. It's fascinating how some of these you know the we think of them as cultural institutions. Helen gurley brown cosmo. And it's become just really really filthy. And gross it's tacky it's awful and It's important that people know that Well we're going to go to a break. I'm talking to dawn hawkins Who's the ceo of the national center on sexual exploitation and sexual exploitation dot org. We'll be right back. Hey folks how many years have been telling you about relief factor. What like four. The truth is i know there are millions of people in fact some say over one hundred million people struggling with some kind of pain maybe from exercise just getting older. That could do it getting older. Which is why. I am so impressed with pete. And seth talbot. They are on a mission. You rarely see this kind of focus. And commitment seriously they recently shared with me that they are doubling down and want to literally double their total number of happy customers in the next year. And i believe they'll do it. So here's the deal if you're struggling with back neck shoulder hip or knee pain. Even general muscle aches and pains than i'm suggesting you order their three week. Quick start still discounted to only nineteen ninety five about a dollar a day to see if we can get you at a painting and then after that less than the cost of.
"dawn" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler
"Dawn schiller certified trainer and business consultant at the shooter group. With when people thrive companies thrive podcast. How well do the members of your team work together. Do they get a chance to maximize their strengths. Do you know what their strengths are. How about how. They process information about how they create. That's something that you may not have ever thought about in thinking about. The dynamics of your team maximizing their potential being productive and really reaching the goals that you as their leader has set out for them their creator personality type believe it or not is an indicator of their place on your team. Now you may be thinking that creator personality type doesn't really come into play in your department team or organization. What could be creative about what they do or what you do. Honestly there is creativity in just about everything we do. I am an artist. And i love to paint but i also get really passionate about creating a spreadsheet that calculates data and is easy to use and spits out. Great information from the inputs. I get excited about that. Creative side using an excel spreadsheet and. It's because it is creative. Everyone is creative. To some extent it may not look like what you would think of as creative like say an artist or even a chef or a florist it can look like spreadsheets data and alike in my work with individuals teams department staffs and organization. I've identified seven different creator personality types. Someone can have one of these as dominant type or might be able to flow in and out of two or three. I'm going to give you a breakdown of the seven. Different creator personality types as well as their strengths challenges and recommendations for both the personality type individual and the team leader. Sit back and enjoy as i give you some information that might just change the way you are teams operate. The first creative personality type is the planner. This is probably the person who did very well in school. And she was most likely labeled as a strong writer or a strong communicator by her teachers. Outlines bullet points extensive notes are what she's about she'll take a project and just start netflix. Breaking it down into categories and.
"dawn" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler
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"dawn" Discussed on KCRW
"When I saw you And that girl talking babe. Something deep down down in my soul, said Dawn and crack girl. When I saw you and that same girl Walking back. I am and I would rather fall I would rather be a blind girl, baby. Then to see you. Walk away ahead. Walk away from me, Babe. Cause you see, I love you so much. I don't want to watch a leave me, babe. And another thing is, I just don't want up your tree. No. Now listen. I was just I was just sitting here bank and you're About your sweet kiss. What? And you won't embrace me. I am When the reflection in the glass that I held to my lips, baby.
"dawn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"dawn" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler
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"dawn" Discussed on The Tactical Kitchen Show
"I know so so there's a lot to you know, kind of digest wage unpack on that. But the main point is that you have to know your numbers. I remembered when I was going to say, I know she she she was holding her finger up like she's number one. No, I've got it. I did remember it. I was going to say the one thing that this Dawn phenomenon really helps us to understand and again, I'm plugging bands book because it's really good in the dawn phenomenon is a time when you are most insulin-resistant and since your blood sugar is already a little elevated and your birth most insulin-resistant in the morning. This is the really best time to start with fats and proteins. So when you're looking at a keto or a carnivore diet Especially when people start getting into the hey don't I need to do a carb app? Well, don't do it in the morning because according to how your body works. This is the time you're going to pack on the most fat because it's going to take a lot more insulin for you to clear your blood glucose, you know to clear those carbs from your system than it would if you were to say wait until this evening to have them in your evening meal when you're most insolent sensitive. Yeah, and and that's a you know, a whole different point when we talk about people who are trying to lose weight and people who are trying to perform different types of people,.
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"This is Dawn Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the Schumer Group with people. Thrive companies thrive podcast amidst this corona virus situation which is changing all of our lives definitely temporarily and perhaps even permanently. The question I have for you is. What will we learn from all this when we get to the other side? What will be the outcomes? What will be the shifts? What will be the new normal that will then position us to the next new normal? I've talked about how. The Corona virus global pandemic is an accelerate and intensify. Her what that means. Is that things that were issues. Problems risks maybe even opportunities have been there perhaps somewhat unconscious though and now because of the situation. It's as if it's blown the doors off everything exposing these problems challenges issues so for example if you were at risk because you had one major client that accounted for say eighty percent of the revenue of your organization. That's a risk. It doesn't matter whether there's a pandemic happening or not having eighty percent of your revenue tied to one stream one customer one client is a risk. The Corona virus pandemic may just expose that sooner than it might have so we're learning all sorts of things if your organization wasn't already teleworking it probably is now and one of the things that ice specked is going to happen as a result in our new normal is that companies that are now working. Remotely their workforce working from home when they come back to their brick and mortar offices. Can they really require employees to work in the office? Five days a week if they had been successfully working from Home Organizations. That didn't previously have a teleworking policy or a flexible. Working policy will probably now be forced to because their employees are going to say. Hey I was able to get work done from home. Why can't I do that at least part of the time? Now why do I have to come into the office every single day? So there's one on that same lines companies that had a pretty heavy brick and mortar presence. Let's say they had an entire building or several floors in a high rise. And now most of their workers are working remotely Do they need all that office? Space Owners of commercial buildings that are now largely empty are hopefully looking at. What do we do about this? Do we convert these spaces into something else? Do we creatively an innovative. -Ly Position Ourselves differently. These are some of the things that we should be learning something else. We all had our own. Perception of this is how we have to do it. Or this is how things are. It's non-negotiable we have to do things this way. Imagine Church school weddings funerals now. We're looking at remote options for all of those. I've seen articles in which weddings and memorial services have taken place via zoom in skype. Schools are forced to go to online learning options and platforms because they're not operating in the school buildings. Same thing with church congregations in other Other religious organizations. They're having to find other ways to connect with their congregations. A couple of months ago we would have said there is no other option. You see you can't do a wedding virtually you can't do a religious service. Virtually well all of the sudden the impossible becomes possible and the non. Negotiable becomes negotiable. So what are you learning from this? Are there things you are realizing? Now that you thought were set in stone and non-negotiable that you've had to shift and adjust if you haven't yet what are some things that you still have that mindset around no? It has to be done this way or there is no other way to do it. I'd like to think that one of the things that we are going to learn from this and come out of is a more creative and innovative way of thinking a more flexible approach to business life and work that our first knee jerk response that no. It has to be done that way. Maybe we'll remember the interesting time in twenty twenty where well we actually had to find a different way. It reminds me of the scene in the movie. Apollo thirteen with Tom. Hanks and they're stuck up in Apollo Thirteen and they've they've lost all sorts of equipment and indicators air supply is a problem and so back on. Earth. There's a committee of saying we have to find a way to get the more oxygen more air supply. Here's what they have so they have to cobble together some other way to get airflow using what they have and it looks like something a kid made. 'cause there's a square box here in this taped together. Hose here but it works. That is one of the things that I hope comes out of. This is that we become more creative and innovative. And with a sense of we can do that. We can solve any problem. We may have to come at it differently but we we can make it happen. We can solve this. I'd also like to ask. What have you learned about yourself throughout all this? Not just what you've learned about your organization and work life and how to manage people possibly remotely or how to manage people through crisis. But what have you learned about yourself? What I know is I have learned that self care is crucial and it always has been. That's the thing it's not as if any of this is has been a mystery or not applicable until now it's like I said the beginning of this episode. A lot of this stuff has been there. It's just that the corona virus has intensified and accelerated the exposure of all. This self care is crucial. What I've learned about myself. And I've always been a proponent of self care I try to meditate a tried to get exercise. I try to get enough sleep. There are all these things I try to do. Prior to corona virus I wasn't necessarily as stringent about doing these things. What this pandemic has taught about myself is that I really have to take care of myself. I need time to myself for example even more so than I ever did. I've shared before that we went from a household of two people and one cat two four and then five people and two cats that makes my daily life very different when there's only two people in the house. It's fairly easy for me to get time to myself. Not So easy when we've more than doubled the number of people and we're restricted on how much we leave the house so I can't send people away. Go run errands or go off to. The movies can't do that so I'm having to find creative and innovative ways for time to myself in a household full of people and even fifteen minutes here and there a day does wonders so one of the things. I'm going to take away from this situation. Personally is even when we're not in a pandemic when we reached the new normal in a few months. I cannot forget how important self care and time to myself is because it's not just during a global pandemic where we need to take care of ourselves that self care piece is what builds up our reserves so that we are then better able to serve our customers and clients our employees and staff our families the world. So I'm learning twofold about myself remembering how important time to myself is and applying this in the future so that I don't just go back to the old normal where I try to meditate. I tried get enough sleep. I tried exercise but I actually do those things on a very regular basis. Hopefully optimally daily the other thing that we have learned about ourselves and our business here at the shoulder group is. We had vulnerabilities. We didn't realize a little bit. Like zoom realized. They had vulnerabilities in their security access. They went from ten million users to two hundred million users within a matter of two months. That's something that's not -rageous increase and they didn't realize how vulnerable they were but they found out very quickly because this situation is accelerate and an intensified her so because we were looking at our business more holistically not just with regard to the pandemic but in general because again those vulnerabilities were there whether in the middle of a crisis or not. We realized we had vulnerabilities. That aren't being exposed right now but could be and that has been very good for us to look at so to What did you previously think was non-negotiable and couldn't change because it just had to be that way? How can you shift and adapt? Where are you vulnerable? What do you need to put in place? Now.
"This is Dawn Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the Shula. The group with people thrive companies.
"This is dawn Schuler certified trainer and Business Consultant at the Shooter Ping Pong tables nap pods at work aren't necessarily the same as creating equality job and a positive company culture so let me go back to the team bonding isn't the same as team building so that I can explain that there's been this big push that certain activities like rope courses or escape rooms or or paintball fight facilities in gender team building and we disagree we say that those are activities that are great for team bonding and that's important bonding is important come together learn more about each other in this fun relaxed setting that's not at work but it helps people relate to each other on a personal basis can that help with team building and performance at work sure but that's a byproduct and it's not specifically team building team building on the other hand is a series as of exercises in facilitation by skilled trainers and consultants who helped the participants with things knowledge activities ways of doing things understanding that they can immediately and directly take back the office and apply to their jobs a paintball course does not immediately apply to their jobs unless of course their job is working at a paint ball course but that's not we're talking about so that is where we down on team bonding versus team building. Now let's go to the main event of this episode which is Ping Pong table nobles and nap pods aren't the same thing as creating a quality job and a positive company culture so here is what Jim Clifton who is the current CEO at Gallup and his father Donald Clifton is the one who created the strengths finders assessment now called the Clifton strengths finders that over twenty two million people around the world of taken with Jim Clifton says is a great job is a job in which you believe your boss cares about your development you can use your strengths every day at work and you believe your work makes a contribution to something ping pong tables don't fit into that your boss cares about your development you can use your strengths every day and you believe you're doing something that is making an MP Act Ping Pong tables. Don't help you do that they might help you.
"Bowl This is Dawn Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the shooter when we talk about employee engagement as a two way street and one of our pieces of the pie is communication what we mean okay that is there needs to be communication from both sides it's not just the manager telling the employees what he expects what the zolt he wants our it's also the employees speaking about the conditions of her workplace of priorities needing more guidance in certain areas or less guidance and and certain other ones it's that two-way dance of communication and feedback and it's both sides so for example we know of young employee who is doing an amazing job in her position she's been in the position for about six months she's even gotten employee of the month for two months once in a row and she feels completely overwhelmed she is stressed she leaves most days feeling like she's a failure because there are so many things left undone on her to do list she's being asked if certain projects have been completed and she's trying to get them completed by the deadline Bayer supposed to be completed the problem is things keep getting piled onto her plate and she's not saying anything part of it is because she expects from herself we all have very high expectations of ourselves don't we that she should is be able to get it all done she could work faster more efficiently she could come up with a better system or a process to get it all done and the fact of the matter is it may not be that she can actually get it all done there's a story of when and my husband mark before we got married but we were an item we were we were a thing we were a couple decided to move from California to Maryland and so he drove out here and his car full of stuff and six months later we flew back out to California to get the rest of us from a storage unit we gave ourselves three days to clean out the storage unit and then drive the Penski truck across the United States from California Maryland we had it all planned out wonderfully well the problem is this job that we had lauded three days to was a five day job and no matter how we sliced it no matter how much harder or longer we worked this five day job was going to take five days not three not four but five at one point probably by day two and a half when we realized we aren't finishing this tomorrow even if we stayed up all night worked around the clock there is no way we can finish it we said well maybe it's a four day job and so we get into day three same thing it really doesn't matter if we work all night long and into the next day day four it's not going to get done it really needs to be a five day job and by the end of the five days we got the entire storage unit cleaned out into the truck it was it was a huge endeavor and while that was not a great experience a lot of stress all of it doesn't matter how I have arranged things or scheduled things to complete particular project this project is going to take as long as it takes an just because I've arbitrarily chosen three days because that's the amount of time I thought we had it was a five day job and it was outside of our control now says we had having that experience taught me I only have so much control over hosting duties enrolls it's actually not possible for her to get it all done.
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"Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the shooter group with the people thrive companies thrive podcast. The following is an interview I did with leeann Pacino, author of the new book sit your way to success, which is all about the psychology of sitting what chair you, choose, whether it be in a sales call a meeting a conference a presentation, even family dinners or entertaining at home. It's a fascinating book. And I think you'll enjoy the conversation, I had with leeann and how you can sit your way to success. Hi, this is dawn Schuler, and I'm here with my very good friend and talented colleague, Lianne, Sheena, who is the author of brand new book, sit your way to success. And I am a huge fan. I've read it twice. It's my bible because now before I go into a meeting, I'm gonna read it, and I think it's something needs to be shared with a world. And I'm really excited to have leeann with me today to tell us more about books, so the aunt woke up, thank you, Don. I appreciate you having me on your podcast absolutes honor, because I've listened to some of your other ones, and I know you always say having the right people in the right seat in which seat, they sit in, in a meeting can make a difference to look lever. You are. Love that love that. You're right. Right. See, I have to tell you this. I was in a meeting couple of weeks ago. I read your book twice, and the way it was set up, I was thinking, okay. I don't like the seats that are available. So I took the best one, according to what you share in, in the book, and, and then we needed to Edwards here. So the cheer that I wanted the seat that I wanted got placed and it was amazing how different I felt sitting in the right seat for the dynamics of that particular meeting. And I thought, oh I can't wait till the end because I just felt Mayan tire energy shift now that I read your book. I know why that is I might have had that same feeling but not really recognize it understood why now I am seeing y so leeann toast a little bit about the book. Why, why might think that this is such a gold mine? What's in it? Well, I the reason I wrote the book I started in tier designs, I've always been in the corporate world helping people with different companies in designing they're office spaces. And of course, every office space is going to have a meeting space of some type, whether it's a conference, a large multipurpose, small, small, conference rooms and private offices. So I I always designed all of that in early on in my career. And especially for designers, they don't teach us. What is what I discovered more input in the book, so, you know, you design these spaces and not ever really you'd think about how they're gonna use them, but not the full purpose, and then I went into sales, and in my company creatively communicate, it's all about how you say it in the reason, being is in sales have gone through a lot of sales training and they don't you know, in the in the process. It's all excellent. They don't teach you how to say it in a specially. How just where you sit in accordance with your prospect can make a difference in your sale and started to learn this through trial in air in the nest studying body, language you learn even more, I thought where is all of this is not in one spot in its things that we do every day in every sales in every meeting, and yet, we do it. Subconsciously unconsciously in it can affect the outcome. So that was kinda reason where what I would mention it to some people like, oh, that's brilliant. Never thought about that, and doing more and more research and just pulling it all together. And putting it in one place. So I've had a lot of fun. Putting it together as well. And it's just things like tell people, you know, sales the arc in science of sales is difficult is can be fun can be frustrating. And when you sit down with a client just where you sit if I can get you twenty percent closer to the close of a sale, then why not pay attention where you sit is if. I think I can get you on the path to success before you ever start your first word in essence. So it's like sitting closer to success. Yes. Oh, I like that. One too can also. That's a great one. So is this primarily just for sales people? No, I pulled together. There's it starts with conference meeting. So if your leader in a company or even a small business owner, you're going to have different conference meetings, and it's, it's one chapter is just on that I have one on sales meetings, and then what about large event meeting? So if you're a speaker, you can utilize a lot of information when you're tending, there's also some key key tips in there. And even if you're a teacher, it's how we present in a room. So there's different research that I found as well that where you sit in a classroom where your student does will have an impact on their learning potential in the retention, and then go into private offices in a lot of people don't realize that their furniture is the non verbal language that before people ever enter their office away. It's arranged enough for it. South gives away their leadership style, unless they heir to the office in heaven. Say, but in most companies that I've worked with over the last thirty plus years. A lot of people have say or they're gonna personalize it so they in their leadership style. They send nonverbal languages again before meeting ever starts, whether it's with an employee or a potential prospect on or potential employee of bender. They're sending these signals and a lot of times, we don't think about what signals or sending and we can do it with the furniture and the way, we're going to meet with the people, and then I go into restaurant meetings, so people still will have some restaurant means if they take a prospect out. And then I just threw a chapter discount have some fun about homemade home entertaining. Is it affects everything of where you sit in accordance in your purpose of your meeting? Absolutely. And enjoy your book. I just I didn't realize that there were so many applications. Right. And, and really I mean now this is in my head, and so it really is effecting time. I said, like, okay, what's the best place? What's the purpose? I think that's one of the brilliant things about your book, is you really delve into what's the purpose of the meeting was the purpose of this as and like you said, what you said, this is how I took it in the tone that you want to convey love by DEA of if you're a manager, and you're having meetings in your office kind of leader, what kind of manager argue and how you are arrangement of, of your office, your setup chairs can either support that or hinder it. And if you're not. Unaware of it can be detrimental yet any. No, you can walk into office politics, if you don't know the office, politics, actually a conference meeting any pending upon size of. I've sold some furniture whether some really large conference room. So typically, they're probably six eight all ten to twelve in that range, there, some that are even larger where you may have twenty to thirty people in a room in some of these large corporations. And, you know, the politics are really shown in bows, Europe, in the DC area and government is still the deep polit political structure is very strong. I'm here in Austin, Texas, and it's interesting all the, the most of the clients. Now call on are more the startups more technology and they, they have their work environment. More typical to what you'd expect Google or Facebook. So it's more that open environment airy collaborative it's a whole different environment. And when I started thirty years ago in Minneapolis with IBM and three m you know, the big Blue's that everything was very structured, and you want that authoritative in von manager. Her and boy, if you got that corner office men, you arrived, and you wanted everyone to mental it out. It's, you know, we have some CEO's, I wanna sit right in the middle of all their employees in its wide open environment. So it's just interesting. The difference and all of that conveys in the culture, I know that you, you understand cultural, the culture of, of different businesses and some, some people thrive in that and some don't and again where they sit in accordance to that can make a difference. For was lifting to you reminded me of a TV show called lie to me, and I think it was on and maybe early to mid two thousands, and I can't think of the, the guy's name that was the main dive he studied, he called micro expressions. He could tell if somebody was was lying or the truth for expressions with one episode where they were, they were dealing with a Japanese company, and he waited as they all came in to see some of those politics dynamics based on where they sat kind of this deference, they might you know, because we're going to defer to the, to the manager the leader in this meeting, and that just made me think of that's Utah, top gang made me think of that particular episode in, in light of me. And it made me think why now I wanna go. Back and watch it. See if there's anything about seating, and placement because what you're saying, as you could observe a room a meeting and based on, perhaps where people unconsciously subconsciously take their seats might reveal something about where they are the pecking order, how they feel is that would you agree with that? I definitely agree with it. And I go into some of that in the book so people can understand some of that. And by the way, I love that show lie to me because the micro expressions as you're talking to try to remember the gentleman who started all that in, in the name is escaping me, 'cause I've done a lot of reading and research on that to any goes into the body language. And so, when you walk into a conference room, you know, if you're the leader in, you're sitting what I call the power position. So at the end of the table, a typical rectangle table, you're gonna be sitting on the short end and you can see everyone and depending upon the length of the table where people sit if they don't have a sign position. Where they sit also reveals a lot on a personality. So you and I are certified in personality science. So we know that the people who say, if they said in the middle of the table, they wanna be amongst their friends. They, you know they're going to be the big team player and that tells us something about their personnel. They don't wanna be out front. They just wanna be the team player and what can't we just all get along? We know. If you have the person who, you know, they're really strong thinker their base more on the facts in the knowledge in they want to observe in. They talk that much 'cause they're more observing in, when there's a point to be made they'll make it if it doesn't make sense, they won't so there if I'm the leader sitting at one end. They're probably going to be sitting towards the other end. They don't need to be by me. They're just gonna kinda listen. They probably they don't need that the strong. I contact and if you have the person who is more out front, we like to call that action person, the, they're more talent. They need to be heard. They're gonna sit closer to the leader. And especially if they want to be the next leader in the company, they're going to be sitting to the right or the left of that person that power position. And then if the if it's someone that is more into organization, and systems, while depending upon their purpose and role of at meeting, they're going to be probably more strategic of where they sit in probably want to sit closer to the leader and be able to support them in that regard or they might. On the other end because what's interesting too, is depending upon your company politics, if you have a, the main leader on one end of the table, and then on the other end, they're supportive now you really have this balance in leadership, and the two can help the meeting flow and depending upon if you want to persuade on new ideas, they can help that in the conference. Meaning is things that maybe you don't think about where you want people to sit, and especially if you know you have someone that is going to be against your idea. You're gonna have opposition. So, you know, I also think of been in city council or in some of those places where, if you if you know, you're gonna have some of that to deal within your meeting while where you strategically sift those people is going to affect the way the outcome is gonna is gonna Kerr because if you haven't defensive in there, they're already fighting against each other. When they sit down before they say a word it's back to sport. Support your end goal. Well so there's not to manipulate. That's not. Necessarily the purpose..
"This is dawn Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the shooter group with the people thrive companies thrive podcast. A few episodes ago, I talked about the fit between an individual and his or her environment. And in that episode gave several examples of what alignment looks like what misalignment looks like that. There could be a misalignment with the individual in the environment or with the environment and the individual. Well, one of the things that I mentioned is that there are many factors that make up an individual's environment, and that that concept of all the different factors that make up an environment could be a podcast episode unto itself, hence this episode. So when we think about all the different factors that make up one's environment. It's almost an endless list because we I think of an environment as the physical space an individual is in, but it goes far far beyond that from intangible potential factors. So let's start from the inside and work. Our way out I'm going to give you as many examples and concepts as I can. But by no means am I going to name them all. I bet I will miss them. And that you will be able to identify some things that I've missed, but this is just a list of some of the things that that come up in an obvious manner. Some other things that we hear the Shula group. Excel in looking at different factors, different environmental factors, and others. Are just commonsense. So we're going to start from the inside out. So you have an individual and his environment consists of his internal state, whether he feels well or ill what's going on in his mind. Is he distracted is he engaged? And so you look at things like physical health, you look at things like what's going on in his personal life that may be taking up brain space. So his internal environment can cover the Kamat from mental too. To physical within his own body in mind. Now, let's expand a little bit outward and think of him sitting at his desk in a typical standard office while he sitting at his desk. There's the chair there's the desk, there's probably all sorts of equipment. His computer his monitors his phone printer. How far does he have to walk to get to the printer that all is part of the environment as well? Is he comfortable in the chair in which he sitting is the desk at the right height? All of these things contribute to his immediate physical environment outward environment, we should say. And then we look at things at mate make his job easier or maybe not so much easier. Does he have to monitors three mothers have a stand up desk is his computer? Keyboard one that he likes I say that because my daughter just came home for spring break, and she was doing something on my computer in my office. And she said, oh, I hate your keyboard? How do you tape on this? And I feel the same way about my husband, Mark's keyboard? He has one of those divided keyboards. I can't stand it. But those all contribute to that environment right about a mouse is there is an ergonomic mouse. If the person has to use a phone a lot is there a headset to that? The person doesn't have to creek the neck to to hold the phone. Is there a speaker phone what you know, what what are those equipment pieces of the office in how're those on? Then let's expand a little bit out from the desk in the chair and look at what is his office. Is it a partial cubicle wall? Is it an actual office? With Florida's ceiling walls are their windows in this office space is he allowed to have personal items pictures of his family award certificates a plant little Chachi, figurines,