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"diana dameron" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"diana dameron" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To the Monday night now also very grateful that you've joined us. Thank Gary Dietrich for joining us earlier having guests on like Gary and Diana Dameron, who is joining us right now, if anyone knows how to unleash civility. It is Diana Dameron, Diana really a greatly appreciate you joining us tonight, and we're gonna talk about manage. I was thinking you, but you you mentioned Bob Nathan and we used to work with. You used to be part of kfbk as well in the morning. On bridge. Stewart, the late Rick Stewart who we both loved you. What about guys like I know you got to remember our friends, Jeff Metcalf and the Derrick Marine. Never in a hurry. Derek Murray. I had to mention them tonight and, Oh, I love Oh, they were so much fun to work with. And Pat. They're both listening in tonight. Or at least she posted on Facebook. Me. This is going to be listening in so, yes, absolutely wonderful eyes. Speaking of manners, you know, Derek, I will say this. Derek is the guy that hired me at thes radio station. I'm grateful to him on Jeff Metcalf is a guy who really taught me my When I When I showed interest early on howto that I wanted to be a Ah talk show host. He really kind of coach me and helped me along and gave me some great advice. So dead of gratitude to both of those guys and just good good men. Part of civility is you're about to tell us Diana is manners. Yeah, it started way. Just dumped manners pad in the sixties and seventies. We've just toss that in the whole anti establishment period. And manners were really I mean, think about it. There was no disagreement and matter what party you're on. We all saw manners in the exact same way. There is a sense of a framework that we were supposed to work within. And what we did was we knew the magic words, Please. Thank you. And you're welcome. We knew that If an older person walked in, we were to give them Here. If there wasn't one available, we were to let somebody else go in front of us, and I love the definition. Emily Post who was the guru of manners in the United States, said that manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. Okay, so so we've tossed him out the seventies 60 seventies eighties we started really focusing on Us and our rights nineties technology came in 2000 for Facebook launched and nothing has been the same what we did During this period, We changed the focus on the of the sensitivity of other's feelings to an incredible sensitivity of our own feelings. I mean, this is a period where we take 93 Million cell feast each and every day and then gone on Android device, including my iPhone million So, so we're so focused on ourselves to the first question. We ask when it comes to civility, and I run into this all the time. While he wasn't civil to me, she wasn't able to me. We're not looking at our own responsibility. It starts with us. You have no control over the other person. It starts. Here with us Whether we're going to unleash civility, and it's a lot of work, it takes a lot of work. It takes self discipline. It takes hard trying to figure out where that other person is coming from. You have to sit there and put aside. Wait a minute. They vote differently than I do. I don't even like them in meetings. I hate their ideas. I'm not a morning person. I got to talk to them. First thing in the morning all these things, but it's our responsibility to unleash stability. And every time you see an article regarding civility is always one side, pointing to the other side as being uncivil. So it starts with us. Isn't that something there uncivil? The day You see those bums over there those bums or uncivil over there? Certainly, right? Well, yeah, I mean, well, you see, it's just Oh, my God. The numbers are staggering. You're talking about with, you know, with just the self if you don't just Androids. I mean, I hear it all mean, hear it on like, for instance, I don't know why this struck me as I'm listening to you is the target. How selfish we are, How narcissistic we become. I hear this commercial, and they were using it last year for I think it was Grubhub or whatever one of these delivery services. It's a Queen song in my mind wasn't even that big of a hit. I wanted all I wanted all I wanted all I wanted now see that's what we become. It's like I want it. I want it now. I mean, come on. And if you and you talk about saying, please, and thank you and manners and all of this, I can't tell you, Diana, how many places I go to, and I don't think Anyone has many bad intentions. I just think something's missing here. You say thank you. And you go. What did you say? Thank you And we'll say they go. Of course. Oh, no problem. No problem. Of course there's never You're welcome, e. Don't know. Do we open doors? For what? Another. What happened to chivalry? Is this all part of being Civil and then we watch. We want some of these moderators, the persons there the debate. We see it and and and it's his antagonism, antagonistic attitude towards the person that they were interviewing, and they're supposed to be setting an example in the media and people follow that example. It's very aggressive, many times. Well, just example where we went from. I mean, ah, Lot of your listeners won't remember this period. But but where the moms were drowned TV shows were dressed in pearls, and everybody was very polite to each other in the family. And if anybody said anything, Wally next door to leave it to Beaver said Anything nasty to Mom. Dad was all over them. And then we went to the Roseanne period, and instead we're people. Mark at each other in our sarcastic and nasty and if you think about it, we punctuate everything with the f bomb these days. I mean, you can't read anything on social media. You can hear a conversation over here a conversation without hearing what I call crude, crashed and cranky. That's what we've become crude crash and cranky and it's up to us to change that. Now as far as looking at it for examples. We can't look out there anymore. I really think you're not going to see this from our politicians. It's up to us in the movement has to start with us to unleash stability. It's got to begin with us. We don't live with them way blame everybody at the top. We blame the president's tweets. We blame other people as far as this that the other It's not about following that example. You can't follow a lot of those politicians. Examples. It begins with us. We live with one another. We build trust with one another. We have a responsibility to treat one another. With respect. It begins with us in our.

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"diana dameron" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"diana dameron" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Welcome back, Powell showed a 25 rich goose bassist. Cor flesh out of the Great Northwest. Don't you know? Celebrating a birthday today? One of those dates November the second of 48. Remember back many years ago when I started these stations Back when people were settled on one another. It seemed like Many years ago when I worked with his incredibly great morning team. On our sister station in the infancy of our sister station. Talk 6 50 k s t. E and back Then we had this pro morning team. Rick Stuart was part of it. And this lady here, Diana damn. Marin was part of it is as well Diana Dameron, My former colleague. Coworker is joining us tonight, Diana. It is so nice to have you with us. Oh, I'm so delighted to be here, Pat. It is so good to chat with you. I mean, you're talking about great days. What a fun time we had. I have Nathan with lot of Nathan on That team was fabulous. Bob Nathan Riggs Stuart in yourself, and I was kind of doing Kendall's job. At that point. I thought these guys are very, very good. These people are very good. And this is just part of your long resume. Diana you course in Miami, Florida hosted a morning show there, and I mean, you've been in so many wonderful places, and now you're doing things that has got to be tough for them. Maybe anything you've ever done. Let me just tell you what Diane has been up to Diana. Is the author of Civility Unleashed, which is what we're hoping to dio using civility to survive and thrive in the workplace On. Of course, there's a companion, the civility workout. That's your personal guide for unleashing civility in the workplace ability at least. So it's described as the how to book Diana for business leaders who want to foster a work environment. We're talented people can flourish. But in this day and age, it's so much more. Let me start with the questions you can't oppose when we were first talking Diana and you can kind of saying it kind of Facetiously. But is it even possible forced to be civil to one another in the political environment that we're in right now? Yeah, it's a great question to ask, you know, it's interesting Pat. First of all, you've got to realize we are in the middle of a civility. Culture is just not the civility that's ever going to lead to trust. What we are in the middle of is a conditional culture of civility. What I mean by that is that Everything. Our respect for another person's is conditional. It's conditioned on the fact that we look alike maybe the same skin color, maybe say, amount of wrinkles in the face or the lack of wrinkles, the tax this its condition and the fact that we live the same way. I'm married to a guy. I have a couple kids. It's conditioned on the fact that we think the same way we're on the exact same Agenda together when we walk into a meeting, and now it's conditioned on the fact that we vote to the exact same way. So it's really a conditional civility that I will show you respect as long as we are carbon copy of one another, And the problem with that is civility that is conditional will never ever lead to trust. Right. When does this come in and talk about that? Tell us. I mean, you talk about that expand on that if you will, because I do find it Fascinating, like we can't get along. We can't We can't talk about politicians were not a mirror image of one another. Oh, it's going to lead to terrible things. So talk about that Trust issue. Well, First of all, let me give you his sense of I work with organizations and my whole goal is to create a culture of trust. Sometimes organizations already have a really good culture sometimes won't even talk to each other. So the whole point of getting to trust is to understand and define what civility is. I define stability as the consistent communication of respect. What our society is going through right now is how are we going to define civility? We're trying to figure out what what is civility when you cannot say what needs to be said when you cannot ask what needs to be asked to we do we have any civility? And there's a sense that there's a tendency to think. Oh, this began in 2016 0. This just began with social media. This began. No, you've got to go back. In the sixties and the seventies, the other anti establishment period We tossed at everything that had to do with establishment, including this thing called manners. I'll tell you what, Let's let's hold it. Manners were going to come back and we're going to talk about manners was a lack of We'll continue this smart speaker to playing FBK on my heart radio Sacramento's number one for breaking news, local news, traffic and weather who's 93.1 FBK? Campaigning up until the last minute. 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"diana dameron" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"diana dameron" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Count on the wall to wall election coverage here on baby, Okay? We're talking with Gary Dietrich, a buck, a political analyst. We've been talking to Gary about the ballot propositions and going through them as clearly as we can. And Gary recommends that all of you who still have any questions because I am getting questions, and this is why I can't ask you to continue going over over any further questions. You may have Gerry's pointed out a couple of websites, one Cal choices not or gets Cal choices dot or GE, but it's see a choices dot org's c'e choices. Don or any other great website, Gary recommends that we look at pride of voting. If you have still waiting to vote is Cal matters dot or got C L. Cal matters. Dot org's alright Gary, I really appreciate your time and your explanations here this evening on what we're done on all of these propositions. We were up to number 22. This is a business proposition, Gary. On. This considers the APP based drivers to be independence, a big deal with uber and lyft drivers and such, and by the way before we delve into that one, Diana Dameron is going to be up next, and we're gonna be talking about civility and how we can all be civil to one another After we vote Tonio onto Proposition 20 to Gary. My aim into civility. I'm I'm voting in whole wholeheartedly for that. Okay, So 22 is the third one of the missions that beginning this, there's three proposition that we're looking at a big national reverberations. 15 16 And this 1 22 because the so called gig economy, right? We've heard a lot about that in the last couple of years. No nowhere more so than here in California and course with maneuver they become ubiquitous. So his door dash and all the rest. You kind of think they are the entities that this really It's got generated from because what happened was a state passed a bet you and the governor sided. They said that all of those folks who do that that is Dr in one of those entities. And other folks who are Considered independent contractors are gonna have basically employee status. From here on out. It won't be able to be considered independent contractors is they have been, ah, those entities initiated, but they'll have to become employees with all that. That means. What this does is basically invalidates that state law. For these kind of folks and you know, it puts in place some other things like, for example. Some mileage. You know basic mileage cost that the drivers would have to be reimbursed for, And they think health care coverage sharing of expenses that the employers would then provide for But really, what it does is ensure that the drivers can stay independent contractors rather than becoming employees and the sense about that supporters of say, you know that's going to enable a lot of folks to continue to drive hard time whenever they want. Etcetera, etcetera and employers not be bound by the employer regulations that they would have to be otherwise. So I guess, by the way, pack the single most expensive proposition shoves the money spent for it against In state history. Oh, is that right? Wow. So, so let's so if you are in favour than Gary of these folks being able to work his independent contractors in other words, Not counted as employees, keeping them independent and what they have been doing thus far, if that's what you still, if you'd like to see that continue, then you would vote yes on prop 22 correct, OK, and after a really important distinction pad because Sometimes these propositions can be worded that and issues that can be very confusing to people. What he asked me not to know me. Why did you have a nail in the head right in this and thank you. And there's one because I got a question during a break, Gerry. That says s so if I'm a little confusion on prop 15, So if I'm voting on this what if I don't want to make my property taxes? Go up. So do I want to say yes or no? I don't know. I will else to ask you that you've already gone over it. But, you know, it's kind of hard to bottom video. Yeah, yeah, that's simple to do if if you are in favor of businesses Practice being able to be raised on an annualized basis beyond the 2% that they currently are the assessed market value. And now that is again a caveat being businesses. Top $3 Million or more in property. You would vote yes. If you don't want business taxes to be able to race and continue to be assessed on ly the maximum of 2% annually in terms of property values, then you would vote No. Very good. Dropped. 20 three's about healthcare requires position on site at dialysis clinics and consent from the state for a for a clinic to close my very important to me and others who have family members or friends or people who were going through dialysis. My mother went through dialysis, so it's very important to a lot of folks, Gerry Yeah. And you know what? These are Maria and I do a slight editorial comment only on the kind of things we put on the ballot. This is one of the measures People may remember that. Would you vote on this? You know, dialysis clinic thing? Yeah, we get we already had one of these measures was on a previous balance. And these are the kind of things that I think, really probably Should not be on a statewide ballot. Why? Because many of the things become very technical, some of it, you know, in terms of medical situations to ask a state wide population vote on the measure, I think personally. Probably doesn't deserve a star like that. Having been said. Here's what this one does, and people do. You have an opportunity to bow out of this. It's a very simple measure in one sense, Pat and another, that is that it requires each one of these dialysis. Letters and all this. You must have taken your mom to one write. It requires them to have at least one licensed physician on site. At all times during treatment Now, right now, these air staff by highly trained people, Of course, it's not say you could walking. I think I'll work a doubt. But no, you had to be. You know, these people highly trained to do just this service and has provided like a lot of other outpatient services are You know, absent a position necessarily checking you out. Because remember all these patients as did your mom have 80,000 of the state have their own positions? I've already you know. Instituted. This is part of their care that is ongoing dialogue there regularly seen by positioning. In fact, currently now those positions have to under federal regulation. Visit that patient at their dialysis center once a month, But this requires a position to be on step. We'll quickly what would it do? Well, obviously, if you're going to require that It's going to increase the cost of those centers, operational expenditures, right? I mean, you have to have a doctor on site at all sides. That's going to increase and, naturally the concern for opponents that this is going to increase the cost. Of dialysis. Ah! Substantially. That's the claim. And so that's really what it's about. People could look up more again on the sites that we reference during their statewide ballot measure..

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"diana dameron" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"diana dameron" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Drivers out there. We love our people that are working the evening shifts. The overnight shifts the people working at night. And we will keep you all covered when it comes to the election stuff. Count on that. Finally going to be here tomorrow. About time, right? It's about time. Seemed like he was never going to get here. It's going to be exciting. I was like one of the most historic good action in the history of the United States of really every election is the most historic Go back to any election. It's the most historic election in the history of the United States, so they're all big. And, of course, We're going to be voting for many things. The main thing that we all think about. I guess I can't speak for everyone. But it seems like wherever I go, we'd like talk, Teo the crowds and I am in people talk about the presidential election. And spend all the rage for the last four years. Ever since Donald Trump shocked the world And I just feel like people have never gotten over that. Some people are happy. Others just have never gotten over it. But But they're all big elections. But the thing is sure, but maybe maybe some of us know. Yeah, we're gonna we're gonna vote for, But do we know all the propositions on the ballot? The ballot proposition is very important. To our state. And that's why momentarily, we will have Gary on to talk about them. And the thing I do like about Gary and the way he breaks these down and the and I've always said this about him, there is no Agenda. It's not like if you're walked watching these network. These networks they call themselves news networks. Which really a propaganda networks, and they all have an agenda. I don't have to tell. You know that. Gary just calls it right down the middle, and so do I. So it's non biased coverage of the propositions and even better yet, because I know that a lot of people may I I'll include myself. You mean you've got to do the research. You have to do the research. You have to know what you're voting for. And I know that sometimes you go into that voting booth. If you still do it the old fashioned way. And you know you read it, And then you read it again. And you're not sure. And you read it again, You know, I mean, if you love reading like, two or 345 times, all right, Well, it sounds good. But I wouldn't get that feeling his sounds Good. Okay. It'll save It'll save schools and release butterflies into the atmosphere, and they'll be more rainbows and only costs $75 billion, But you know what Rainbows there were, you know, So you're like, Well, like rainbows and butterflies, But I mean, 75 mil. I mean, there's always that thing. You're not sure? So Gary breaks it down pretty good when he gets right to the bottom line, and that's what I like about it. What does it mean? What does the proposition mean? So we will get into the nitty gritty of that. I'm gonna ask him about this because I know there's been this big push Everyone, get your ballot, and now it's It's August starts sending your back September there. They've been pushing us forever. That so many people have already voted. I get that. But the fact is, there's a lot of people and I'm going to put myself in that mix. There's a lot of us who still like go in the old fashioned route. Going into the polling place. Going into the booth. And taking part. In one of the greatest things in the greatest democracy, the that the world has ever seen. You go in there you make your voice heard. I still like to do that. Still like to go to the library where I live. It's old America, You know, sort of Americana library ago in historic And you meet the people that work in there. It makes you feel good makes me feel good. And so I know that there are You say? Well, hey, talk about the problem. Now is the night before. Well, there's a lot of people that wait until election day to go in and vote. And so this is it and I'll ask Yuri about that, because I do believe that's the case. And so this is a good way to really get down to the nitty gritty about these propositions that we all kind of me and there's a lot of very important ones. We've talked about them on the show. I mean, I know you've heard about him on many shows, but So I'm looking forward to that. And while we have Gary on I mean, if there's time and you guys have a question, then feel free to call. You have a question about one of the propositions on the ballot? Whatever it happens to be on the ballot, feel free to give us a call. When when Gary is on and then after that C because the other thing I hear is Hubble and I've heard people say this a nervous nervous what's going to happen? No matter who wins. Thanks for crazy things could get crazy well. If you listen to this show that you know that the show is we try to keep it Civil here. We try to have a discussion. We try not to lash out at people. You know, we have a civil discussion on the show. We did that with the Sheriff Scott Jones recently. Lacey Nelson, the deputy sheriff. We do that with Dale Steinberg, the mayor. Whether not you agree or disagree. It's all about having a civil discussion. So Diana Dameron is going to be coming on. She's been a guest on this show before a long time. Friend of mine colleague Former co worker And she's written several books regarding civility. Don't we need more civility? How do we accomplish that? How do we do that? It's very tricky right now. Isn't it?.

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