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Jack Dorsey Is Building a Decentralized Exchange for Bitcoin
"In july jack dorsey and square doubled down on their commitment to bitcoin. First they announced they would be open sourcing the development of bitcoin hardware wallet then they went even further with the announcement of tb. Not just a special project. Td is an actual new business. Division of square that sits alongside its seller cash app entitled divisions. Here's how jack. I described it squares. Creating a new business joining seller cash title focused on building an open developer platform with the sole goal of making it easy to create non-custodial permission list and decentralized financial services. Our primary focus is bitcoin. Its name is like our new bitcoin hardware wallet. We're going to do this completely. In the open open road map open development and open source mike. Brock is leading and building this team. And we have some ideas around the initial platform primitives. We want to build. How is this different. From square crypto square doesn't give direction to square crypto only funding. They choose to work on l. d. k. And are doing an incredible job. Td we'll be focused on creating a platform. Business will open source our work along the way so when you read that. A lot of people noted that they sort of sounded like they wanted to build defy on top of bitcoin and mike brooks tweets around the announcement seemed to point in that direction. As well quote. I also believe that technology has always been a story of decentralisation from the printing press to the internet to bitcoin technology has the power to distribute power to the masses and unleash human potential for good. And i'm convinced. This is the next step. As jack said we're going to be biasing towards being open and transparent so we'll be sharing a lot more about our plans in the coming days and weeks we're also going to be thinking of ways to include the community in our planet so stay tuned well at the very end of last week. We got confirmation that they were indeed looking in that decentralized finance direction. Here's mike brooks threat about it from friday. There's been a lot of speculation about what. Td is an isn't over. The last few weeks or team has been determining what needs to be determined. We wanted to finally share direction. And we have some questions we believe. Bitcoin will be the native currency of the internet while there are many projects to help make the internet more. Decentralized our focuses solely on a sound global monetary system for all
"dorsey" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network
"What's going on guys. It is monday. August thirtieth and today we are talking about jack dorsey and squares plans for a decentralized exchange for bitcoin i up however. Let's do the brief. I on the brief today. Nf t's have had an absolutely monster month heading into this month. The previous high of trade volume for nf nfc's was in march which saw three hundred and fifteen million the leading venue for that was nifty gateway in july however. There started a resurgence particularly around. The collectible artwork sets preferred by nfc early adopters. So crypto. punks art blocks etc. The j. peg says the kids say july didn't see new all-time highs became close at three hundred million and this time it was led by open c. which also announced a one hundred million dollar funding round from injuries and horowitz. Well august absolutely dwarfed everything that had come before with the month not even complete. Nfc's have done two point. Three billion dollars in volume of that. A staggering percentage point. Two three billion comes from open opensky. An example of the mania came this weekend in the form of the board apes yacht club dropping a new set of mutant apes. Those mutiny made more than ninety million dollars in an hour and speaking of apes that community also got super jazzed when nba goats steph. Curry bought a one hundred and eighty thousand dollar ape and then joint their discord as you can tell this sets the backdrop for what will almost assuredly be the debate throughout the rest of this year are. Nfc's co two point. Oh or are they. The new vanguard of culture in that second column vincent van dough purveyor of.
Who Has the Most Twitter Followers?
"These are the top four twitter accounts by number of hours. Top four twitter accounts number of followers. They'll gosh yes What's the name of that. Ceo of twitter again. I don't know is it dorsey yay l. jack dorsey or something like that. Let's go with him. I jack dorsey all right survey says and wow okay. Well we know. He's not full of himself on twitter. Right i guess not. I don't even keep up with sweater. I mean we've got a twitter account. I never really check it honestly Okay so i'm going to say robert. Daily junior artie j. All right show me ironman and all right. And next i'd say blackwood scarlett johansson because why not because. I'm just throwing blindly here. I like marvel so. You're really into marvel. Aren't you show me scarborough. And oh no. Joey struck out. The first round has i. Don't follow twitter staff. Honestly that's okay. It's not a big deal all right so number four answer with a hundred and two point eight million followers pop sensation. Riana okay. I don't follow her either. Okay i number three answer with a hundred and eight million one zero eight point seven million followers pop sensation. Katy perry let us pop sensations right. That's probably why honest it's three pop. Sensations the number one is a politician. I'll okay all right so number. Two with one hundred thirteen point nine million followers pop sensation. Justin bieber okay. Let me guess the fourth one is bernie sanders now close. The had the correct first initial number one twitter account by most followers with one hundred and twenty nine point nine million followers barack obama. Oh okay
US Troops and Afghans Killed in Suicide Attacks Outside Kabul Airport
"S service members and dozens trying to leave Afghanistan, including women and Children are dead after suicide bomb attacks near the airport in Kabul. CBS is Charlie Delgado reports. Isis claimed responsibility, posting a picture of the alleged suicide bomber, the Taliban responsible Yet despite specific warnings from Western intelligence agencies that an attack was imminent, Afghanistan's new rulers were incapable of doing anything to stop it. The White House has ordered flags to be flown at half staff to honor the victims of today's attacks. CBS Steve Dorsey with President Biden's response, We will hunt you down. And make you pay. The president addressed the nation amid heightened criticism over his administration's handling of the situation in Afghanistan. I instructed the military whatever they need if they need additional force. I will granted President Biden met with his national security team in the situation room in the aftermath of the blast. Several planned White House events, including the president's meeting with the Israeli prime minister or postpone, Senator
Crypto Industry Unites to Lobby Washington
"What do elon. Musk ashton kutcher. And jack dorsey having common. Well they're all cryptocurrency. Investors who over the last few weeks have joined together in a new lobbying effort pushing the senate to drop a provision from the one trillion dollar infrastructure. Bill that would strengthen tax enforcement for crypto transactions now investors in digital currencies and the companies that work in the industry typically haven't formed a united front but as government officials in regulators. Turn more active. I on the market. The industry is coming together to push for changes. They feel will help their industry joining us to discuss how these efforts are unfolding and what the industry might be looking to accomplish. Is that reporter julie by koets. Hi julie hi you know. The crypto currency market has been around for about a decade now. What lobbying efforts have been made in the past so there was an effort to do some education around twenty fourteen and that was mostly focused on bitcoin in fact bitcoin enthusiast setup a bitcoin foundation that was sort of their leading public policy advocates The problem there was as they were trying to persuade lawmakers and regulators that there was more to bitcoin than just what they'd heard about silk road and illicit financing human trafficking all the bad stuff associated with crypto currency. The foundation itself was facing all sorts of internal turmoil with personnel changes. Different investigations going on so that first effort just never really made much traction in washington they never really got it off the ground despite their
Swanson’s Slam Powers Braves Over Phillies 7–2
"The Braves rolled past the Phillies seventy two was Dansby Swanson hit his first career grand slam an early Dorsey added a solo shot Swanson was in an old for fourteen slump before his blast Charlie Morton is nine and four after allowing two earned runs while striking out eight over six innings Morton has gone six or more innings in six of his last seven starts posting a two point four oh ERA during that stretch Atlanta did most of its offensive damage against Phillies starter Matt Moore allowed six earned runs in six innings the two teams are tied for second in the NL east four games behind the idle Mets I'm Dave Ferrie
Everything You Need to Know About Elon, Jack and Cathies Bitcoin Chat
"The b word was an event held by arc. That was meant to demystify bitcoin and specifically to demystify it for institutions. That had perhaps gotten off track with bitcoin in their relationship with bitcoin. During the absolute craziness of the first part of this year to that end yesterday saw sessions on energy and mining. Courtesy of nick carter sessions on the macro context with lynn alden discussions of human rights and bitcoin with alex glad scene but there was absolutely no doubt that the most anticipated part of the show was the discussion between jack. Dorsey kathy would andy mosque with steve lee from square crypto. Moderating as i said yesterday on the show the whole thing had come up theoretically spontaneously on twitter with ilan making a joke. On one of jack's threads at least that's what we were made to think. It seems far more likely to me that the whole thing was engineered by would herself. Who was up until very recently the connective link between ilan in the bitcoin. Space whatever the providence of the discussion however. There is no doubt that the market had serious anticipation around what was going to be said. Bitcoin had rallied from under thirty thousand dollars on tuesday to around thirty two thousand dollars as the discussion began. I think the best way to highlight the event is to go person by person and give a little sense of the highlights of what they discussed from there. I can provide a bit more of the shared. Sense of how the discussion proceeded.
Trump Claims Social Media Giants Are "Destroying Our Country"
"Is a federal lawsuit. Filed in federal court in Florida. Okay? And it is what they call a class action lawsuit, which means other people. Who are banned from social media or social media has done something to them can join the lawsuit. Okay, It's a big deal. Now the reason that the Florida state law comes into play, even though it's a federal lawsuit is that without that? Twitter and Facebook and the others can say To the federal court. There's no precedent you can throw this out. But now there is a precedent in Florida. It's a little complicated a little Pinetti. But it gives Donald Trump a better shot at this. Now he's also suing Mark Zuckerberg was ahead of Facebook, Jack Dorsey, the head of Twitter and a few others personally. They are named, and he wants punitive damages in addition to being reinstated immediately on all social media Here's what Mr Trump said today. Are filing also seeks injunctive relief to allow prompt restitution and Really restoration and you can name about 20 other things that it has to be prompt because it's destroying our country. My accounts. In addition, we are asking the court to impose punitive damages on these social media giants. We're going to hold big tech very accountable. Okay. Now this will take a long time, and there will be obviously attempts by the social media companies to have the case thrown out of court. So it will go on and on and on and on. I see a three year Horizon on this But Donald Trump doesn't have anything to lose. His bills are being paid for by political action committees associated with him. So he's not going to have to pick up the tab for it is going to run into the multi millions of dollars on both sides
Police Capture Man Wanted in 4 Killings After Week on Run
"The week long manhunt South Carolina is over after police arrested a man wanted in the killings of four people I'm a particle search led to the arrest of Tyler Terry in the woods of South Carolina here's Chester County sheriff Mack's Dorsey courtesy WSOC TV he was taken into custody custody safely no shots were fired more than three hundred officers helped in the search I believe he was certainly ready to run but he was just he was surrounded there were several sightings of Terry since he ran from a wrecked car after firing on Chester County deputies the car was driven by Adrian Simpson who faces charges along with Terry in the killing of her estranged husband Terry is charged with murder for a shooting in York in early may and the deaths of two other people in Missouri I'm Jennifer king
"dorsey" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Are selling. I dunno like not to pick on a certain company but like soda right. It wasn't until you had the burrell's who were able to talk to advertisers. Say you know black people also during this particular maybe we can add for avenir jet or whatever you know to sell the product. That really is the thinking that like you know. Black people exist outside of like the opportunities of access. You know i. Over index on air friars jessica. Everyone else in yep out. There's this almost cherry narrative win companies reach out verses. Make us part of your overall strategy implant ton of subscribers their high net worth individuals that have disclosable in and sometimes like maybe they do just wanted to be sold a really incredible smart home device because it helps to manage their day to day in so i can get the expansiveness around advertising like in the people who are in these rings making choices about the spend within who they don't it just has select stretch the imagination like. I said this was a conversation that we've been having for centuries You know about black life. And i think that's also why our work is so critical because most of my friends are black nerds and we talked. Chacarita talk bitcoin or enough and get into heated debates. I mean i think about how much the world is not see. Lack around people particularly black men As incredibly brilliant in we're constantly asking about elon musk bill gates mark zuckerberg's opinions and thoughts on things in World on so you know again from business model perspective. There's something that we learned in ways in which we're evolving to really create in amplify revenue streams across member shed across advertising but there are some very unique barriers as well It has to do again with some of the biopsies. It's some of the things that we have to put down order to move forward right. It sounds like you. I don't know if this it's a priority to get some of those like nine accelerator program focused advertisers like get more of those like maybe consumer products or Smart tech i guess. Is that a focus for you then to like try to increase the advertising lens that you're working in and i guess. How are you trying to tackle that issue from the plug standpoint. that's such a great question this conversation's in setting up with different agencies. Have been asking for some introductions on you know. I think that we're all their stephanie. Been more inbound over the last year. So we're kind of seeing some of that activity shape in change with more advertisers being aware or even adding multicultural advertising divisions to their departments. There's also consortium of media publishers.
"dorsey" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Thanks so much for joining us on the podcast. Today shell thank you for having me. I think it'd be great to start off by talking about the plug and how it's about five years old now ray. It was founded in two thousand sixteen. But it'd be great to kind of get some background on <hes>. You know who your audiences how it kind of started out as an idea because it started as a free newsletter but now it's this money driving media company. Can you talk about like the origins of the plug. Absolutely so i started luggage mentioned in sixteen <hes> as d. <unk>. That really cover. What was happening across the black tech ecosystem so everything brown what was lounge startups to <hes>. To finding in venture capital to how cities were starting to think inclusively about they were helping to advance startups as well. Small businesses and that really came out of the necessity of not really seeing rarest in denver reporting and journalism. That really to the deep dive into this trend of more lacking brown founders and asset managers being part of this larger conversation of what was happening in business as technology starting to shape not just society as a whole by our communities and the opportunities that were starting to come on board and be part of that access for lack of rail founders for the very first time and i are background working for startups. I have worked for uber <hes>. As a contractor google fiber and a couple other rams and kinda my spare time for different locations large publications. I was covering canada. Black tech news on various radically for larger publications just wanting to talent share a different story that was removed from just the general diversity narrative in so for two straight years. It was just the monday through friday. Getting up at five. Am <unk> newsletter. Just hoping that people were paying attention and we're listening in so fast forward to today. We do serve a customer in reader base of professionals executives diversity equity inclusion leaders their agencies in other reporters in we relate to leave with data driven reporting on. What's taking shape.
Sherrell Dorsey, Founder of the PLUG, Discusses Its Origin Story
"Thanks so much for joining us on the podcast. Today shell thank you for having me. I think it'd be great to start off by talking about the plug and how it's about five years old now ray. It was founded in two thousand sixteen. But it'd be great to kind of get some background on You know who your audiences how it kind of started out as an idea because it started as a free newsletter but now it's this money driving media company. Can you talk about like the origins of the plug. Absolutely so i started luggage mentioned in sixteen as d. That really cover. What was happening across the black tech ecosystem so everything brown what was lounge startups to To finding in venture capital to how cities were starting to think inclusively about they were helping to advance startups as well. Small businesses and that really came out of the necessity of not really seeing rarest in denver reporting and journalism. That really to the deep dive into this trend of more lacking brown founders and asset managers being part of this larger conversation of what was happening in business as technology starting to shape not just society as a whole by our communities and the opportunities that were starting to come on board and be part of that access for lack of rail founders for the very first time and i are background working for startups. I have worked for uber As a contractor google fiber and a couple other rams and kinda my spare time for different locations large publications. I was covering canada. Black tech news on various radically for larger publications just wanting to talent share a different story that was removed from just the general diversity narrative in so for two straight years. It was just the monday through friday. Getting up at five. Am newsletter. Just hoping that people were paying attention and we're listening in so fast forward to today. We do serve a customer in reader base of professionals executives diversity equity inclusion leaders their agencies in other reporters in we relate to leave with data driven reporting on. What's taking shape.
Supreme Court Takes up Major Mississippi Abortion Case
"The Supreme Court will consider Mississippi's effort to enforce a state law that bans abortions. After 15 weeks of pregnancy. The band was blocked by lower courts. It could be a major rollback of abortion rights. Steve Dorsey reports. Arguments will likely be heard in the fall. Death by firing squad is now
So Youve Been Banned on Twitter
"So Donald trump still still banned from facebook. I know sorry. What a horrible way to start up all of our listeners. Just turned off their honestly. I just tuned out of my own brain. It is big news in the in the internet world. Facebook has upheld a decision to keep trump banned from the platform. The first thing. Facebook has perhaps done ever in their entire life. What's wild is it. It's not even technically their final decision. Trump might be back on facebook and six months trump's banned from mainstream social platforms like facebook. And he's also banned from twitter. Frankly i feel like this poses a lot more questions than it provides answers mostly about who does and does not get punished by platforms for behavior. That goes against terms of service which terms of service are just the long fine print that most of us avoid reading when we joined apper platform. And you just scroll to the end and go. Yes i agree you want my firstborn child and seven of my hair. Great take quite literally never read a terms of service. Which perhaps i should they anything. In there i would have been. I would have signed away the rights to my kidneys just to not have to read the fine print. But what's kind of interesting. I'll say about trump being banned from facebook and from youtube and from twitter is that people openly very vocally break. Twitter's rules all the time and just get to keep tweeting their thoughts into the abyss that we all spend too much time on. Its why whenever twitter ceo. Jack dorsey tweets. There's somebody in his mentions being like yo. Can you like fix the nutsy problem on here. The nazi problem being literal nazis literal nazis
Officer who defended Capitol died of natural causes
"Of the capital. But the medical examiner in Washington, D. C. Says a Capitol police officer died of natural causes are Steve Dorsey's following the findings of the Washington D C medical examiner obtained by CBS News indicate Officer Brian Sick, Nick suffered strokes. And died of what the office is calling natural causes. The Washington Post reports. The strokes stem from a blood clot, According to the medical examiner. The Coast Guard will suspend search and rescue
Twitter's Jack Dorsey trolls US politicians during hearing
"Have pulled you away from a hearing. i'm just gonna read. The name of hearing. Hearing is disinformation nation social media's role in promoting extremism and misinformation. That's the that's the name of a bad netflix documentary. Not a congressional. Hearing documentary has been brought up in like every hearing so far. So i think that's an okay reference to me. They're spice enough to titles here. But it's jack. Dorsey mark zuckerberg sooner pichai in front of the house of representatives. Which which media is it mckenna energy in commerce. I watched part of the. It's still going on. It's like four hours. Hearing i watched part of it earlier. You were watching it. You're gonna go back to watching it and write it up with report at is watching it. It's pretty embarrassing so far. Yeah it's one of those where everyone's airing their own personal grievances with facebook and twitter and google again. There's yelling yes or no questions at the see. Is these three massive companies. The ceo's i would say are having three distinct kinds of reactions so soon are very patient very kind very much not answering the questions. This is his entire by with these Zuckerberg is trying to conduct some sort of like college. Freshmen insured immoderation class. Like his thing and inject. Dorsey is just trolling them by checking his phone during your phone. Sorry apologised eater in jack. Dorsey is just trolling them by tweeting. During the hearing right he had a twitter poll up so it basically had gone around. Everyone's like wow so many. Yes or no questions. It's kind of become a hearing. Lean in our leash little tech fallacy circle on twitter dot com. So now dorsey went on just tweeted a question mark with a pole yes or no in just a couple of minutes ago one representative finally brought it up until them. He's really good at multitasking. Wow
OnePlus enters the SmartWatch market
"The oneplus watch hundred fifty nine bucks I will just tell you. The verge cast listener between us. Friends asked what the operating system was. All we know is that it's an rt os. It's a real time operating system. God that's what we know Which is not wear less which is generally thought of as a positive. It looks like the spitting image of one of the roundup of watches. Yeah i'm sure it's basically running the same operating system so it's kind of like a fitbit operating system it should last about two weeks It's got a bunch of like it's got a blood oxygen sensor and a step counter and gps and blah blah blah. All of which are going to be like in one plus health app. I don't know if it will connect to google fit yet or not. i'm thinking i think it'll be fine. No but you should not expect third party apps support you should not expect an ecosystem around it I'm glad only cost one hundred and sixty bucks because that is right now like a unless you really really really want it. Spending more than two hundred bucks on a smartwatch for android is rough right. It looks nice. It looks fine. I'll give it that it's fully an appliance like it's think of it as an appliance. You don't care. Hopefully what operating system. Your washing machine runs if it has an operating system right. It might some of them. Do you. don't really care what operating system you're like you know. Echo has not really right so like that. It's going to do some stuff but it's going to do the stuff that it does when you open the box and set it up for the first time and never anything more than that stuff.
Lawmakers vow stricter on social media to combat misinformation
"Lawmakers have been grilling Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter's Jack Dorsey and Google soon or Peach I on the spreading of misinformation about the election and the pandemic. As well as their roles and inciting violence. This has been an ongoing thing in the past year having these big tech heads testifying about the role social media place, but this is the first time since the January six insurrections of the pressure even higher now, the big question if the company's bear some responsibility for spreading misinformation that resulted in the Capitol, attack Zuckerberg and pitch I wouldn't answer the question. While Dorsey said Yes, that was CBS News reporter Stacy Lynn five.
Facebook, Twitter, Google CEOs Testify Before Congress
"Big Tech testifies before Congress Today, CBS is Stacey Lynn. With more you'll get grilled by lawmakers about their role in promoting extremism and misinformation. They're expected to defend the accusations that they failed to do their part. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is expected to voice Support for updates to a law that protects them from being held liable for what users post soon. DARPA China from Google intends to talk about harming free expression and Twitter's Jack Dorsey will acknowledge they need to do something about the public's mistrust in social media
Google, Facebook and Twitter face off with Washington, DC Again
"Facebook ceo mark zuckerberg google ceo sundar pichai and twitter ceo. Jack dorsey will appear before a house subcommittee meeting later today to discuss the role in fomented misinformation. The what are we actually expect to hear. Roger chang and this is your daily charge with us offer preview the proceedings is google reporter rich. Never welcome rich eight each before we get into today's session. You you just give us a quick review of all the times that big tech has appeared before congress and why they've been called in because it's been a number of times at this point over even the last year they've they've showed up to dc or at least virtually with increased frequency right. Yes so it seems like this is a regular occurrence now. But they've been called in for a bunch of things in the past. The big thing was antitrust. Last time they've also been called for an anti gay bias. That republicans are alleging. It been called for election interference in the two thousand sixteen election as well as twenty twenty election and they've been called for data collection in. So it's a it's a pretty regular occurrence days. Yeah it's it's old hat but for this session which is about this information on. What what are we expecting to hear. And what are some of the central themes about misinformation We're going to be hearing about this. One is is about misinformation and disinformation in particular and congress has a lot to choose from. In terms of nate. They tech here The election misinformation. For this this past election we got the lead up to the storming of the capital in how misinformation and disinformation but to extremism. And we got kobe. Nineteen misinformation about the causes in the vaccine. And you know what that means for for everybody going forward. So there's there's a lot hughes from.
Zuckerberg, Dorsey and Pichai testify about disinformation. Today before The House
"We're expecting to see facebook's mark zuckerberg google's sundar pichai and twitter's jack dorsey at a house committee hearing focusing on misinformation and disinformation on the internet. The proceeding will likely center on what's known as section two thirty the federal internet liability.
"dorsey" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast
"Jimmy dorsey welcome to the model majority. Podcast today thank you for being one of our very first episodes to record in the year. Twenty twenty one which is a very exciting for so many people that we are here at this point but before we get into all that one actually start from the very beginning to get to know your personal story a little bit. i love to hear about. Where did you grow up. how did you grow up. And if anything during that time leads you become who. You are today as a chef but also has an activists usc for sure so i was born in shanghai china and my parents moved to the us when i was around to pursue their both of them are scientists and so they moved to new york. They went to a school in the bronx. And so i followed them when i was up three and a half with grandparents so i was really raised by my grandparents growing up <hes>. And lived in new york until about eight. Yeah that's i think that's right. I moved to seattle so i. I set my larger chunk of my childhood in seattle washington and ended up going to school <hes>. College in seattle as well so like good decade plus in seattle cut the no it and during that time also like learned. I think that seattle is not the place for me. I really really wanted to go back to new york so right after college and making that switch back to new york i i. <hes> started in management consulting after college. I was a finance major in school. Originally marketing major switched over to finance was not doing so great. Marketing and very quickly knew that finance. It's fine but it was something that is not naturally good at it. You know. I think everyone kind of has their own talents and you can tell you a talented something when it's really yes you're still gonna have to work hard and there's times where you're not doing great job or what. Not but for the most part. Like in makes just intuitively makes sense to you and tell. The numbers intuitively. Don't make sense to me the way that they did to other people <hes>. And i hate like the serota asian being good at math and talk about that maybe later on but at least it was like a way to get my foot in the door ever since i was young. Who was always a big part of my life. But i didn't even think about it in college or honestly dion for a while because it was never really encouraged by my family. My family going up with more traditional than they are now <hes>. I'm chinese american and like and we kind of because they were scientists. They were very wary of <hes>. Career or they felt that. I cannot get ahead because they were you know they were in our lab. They were always the ones that were doing all the work. If you've just look at lab dynamic <hes>. it's always usually by hawk. Individuals a lot of them. Asian east asian or south asian. Doing all the research all the were all the writing but who is the main like name on the paper that you see who's getting nobel peace prize for their work in science. It's usually white men and that dynamic played out throughout my childhood. I never really consciously understood it but now looking back it was. You know my parents had these bosses. And i'd be like but you do everything and they get all the credit. I'll get it. You know so anyway. I think my parents really wanted me to find a career where i could succeed and not have to be under someone's thumb so to speak and they really wanted you know they've really encouraged less ultra prenatal careers for more careers where you can make money and you can be independent so business. Definitely they definitely encouraged. I was an undergrad business school and they were like yeah. You can now go out as a console. You do make a lot more money like you know so. They just wanted that stability they wanted to non you know. Be a lab technician salary for me <hes>. Even if they really loved the sciences sciences so anyway with that kind of mind food never really felt like a real clear path. Never really thought about. I never really even explored at. I had no idea what to do right. I think a lot of people who are interested in food don't really know how many years pm and <hes> starting my career absolutely hated it. I was in the fashion and luxury division. So i usually work with clients in your fashion and luxury so i spent a lot of time <hes>. By clothes being obsessed with clothes and shoes and being skinny and it was like a really tough period of time because everyone around me really encourage that behavior as well. It was always about how you lose more way out of your book. Nice you know there was a lot of judgement and it. I think it really came to a head. there was one time at <hes>. At work where our partner came in and she was very fashionable. Amazing like wealthy <hes>. Woman and she had brought in a bunch of clothes she had purchased at a sample sale. We <hes>. We work in chelsea in new york city and chelsea market. Has this like if you've been. There was kind of large area in the center of the market. That always has sampled feels. And i guess she had gone to hurry and she just said that she would just buy everything that basically that was in her size and just figure it out later and it was. I mean there was a lot of things but let's about. But i just remember thinking of this woman coming ahead at all. You know she was. She was such a bath right and the fact that she would come in with a garbage bag full of new clothes designer clothes. It's like it's never ending hole in your heart that you're just trying to fill with dot and you can't ever fill it like spoil alert for anyone who's over there you can't feel it it's impossible it doesn't matter how much money you out you can't feel it because that's not something that can be so thing
"dorsey" Discussed on 600 WREC
"That would be Jack Dorsey's honest answer if he cared to engage in it. Here's the next bite where Dorsey says he has no knowledge on the subject. And Ted Cruz proves it. Are you aware that just two weeks ago in the state of Texas, a woman was charged with 134 counts of election fraud? Are you aware of that? I'm not overly. If I tweeted that statement with a link to the indictment, Would you put a warning on it? That says, Well, the Democratic Party position right now is voter fraud doesn't exist. I don't think it's useful to getting a hypotheticals. But they don't believe something. You don't believe. So what? We're gonna test that because I'm going to tweet that and we'll see what you put on. It s so dead. Cruz is going to tweet. That a woman was charged with 134 counts of election fraud. Dorsey the knowing about it, we'll see what Twitter does Dorsey's hustling now to make sure nobody touches that tweet. Of Ted grosses. All right now let me get back to the Sidney Powell story that John the John Dorsey piece on this because the great It's a great summation. Here, um What is happening? By the way, the Raving testimonial. I gave Sydney pal. I can also give the Lynwood although I don't know him. I've never interviewed him. But these these are people that have no Reputation as phone ease liars. Charlotte sins opportunists, none of that has ever attached to them. So when you hear these people talk about the evidence, they've got the archaeological certitude they have over this election being stolen and fraudulent. It's difficult folks to just Not believe them. Because of who they are. This is going to be a real test. Because these two people have impeccable reputations. They have as impeccable reputation as you could hope to achieve. The only thing they're not is liberals. If they were liberals, they would be King and Queen. But they're not. They may not be conservatives. They could be libertarians. They could be A political Sydney, pal. I don't know what her politics are, you might want to assume, but my point is That their reputations You can't touch If An untouchable reputation is a goal of yours. In your life. If you hope That at some point in your adult life you've achieved It's great. Achievement. Of an impeccable reputation. These two people have done that. As gonna be real interesting to see. How they are dealt with. And it's going to be interesting to see just how valuable in 2020 and 2021 An impeccable reputation is I can speak for myself and saying growing up In our family. An impeccable reputation was Regarded something. Special It was regarded as something to pursue. It was Talk to us as something very difficult to achieve. That it required constant And vigilant. Attention and effort. Everything you did. In especially the way you treat other people. My dad. Said that if you want Really determined. The character of somebody. Watch how they treat people who can't do anything for them. And boy has that. Been proven true. Here We have these two people impeccable. Impeccable reputations. That alone should make them believable. Will it? Reputations really count. For more than a political Ideology. In 2020. We'll take a break. Be right back to this morning, Rush Limbaugh, because.
"dorsey" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Want to showcase as we started thinking about what this next move would be is you know what is it that we can do through the power of storytelling. Because we didn't want to always tell our story because after a while that kinda gets repetitive. Right we want it to say like you know. What can we can we bring to the forefront that black women. Don't get a chance to talk about embiid. Heard on as often as they should so excited about that we're calling it the loveliness project one cool thing about the word loveliness not only does it mean like beautiful or attractive but by definition it also means a group of ladybugs needed. It is a. it's a swarm of ladybugs that is large enough on the weather radar system. The weather radar system picks it up as a storm and i was beautiful. Analogy live imagine how how large your tribe has to be for you to be as small as a lady bug a. All of y'all get together and what a powerful force to then be picked up on the weather system as a storm. Where i you've just that about. Four all i love bad really cool. So we're calling our next been the loveliness project and we're going to showcase. Elevate the voices of black women on different topics in in return will also be doing like learning and development virtual sessions on our web page. It'll be it's really exciting. Time for our organization right now. Oh my gosh. Like i'll be accurately love holiday. You bet you just say. I had no clue about the unedited. Socal like how that just correlates lines of with your once through your purpose. Your mission everything that You're trying to do like that. Is super super cool. Thank you. I love that. So tell the listeners how they can get connected with you absolutely so personally. I am on baseball gas. Tatyana tinsley dorsey on on instagram g handle is at closer underscore the number to my dream so altogether closer to my dream business wise we can be found at the ladybugs official and i also have a family page called at digging the door sees on i g my son he so new so amazing but he was taken over my page and i was like you know what you have to have a separate channel because you know i got other stuff i gotta do in and all i'm doing say to month to month so you can find a my home life and the things that i do as a mom as a wise you know as as a cistern friend on that page trying to reset my personal page to be more targeted towards what i do eventually right right if a harlem you got accused by you know if i'm hard 'cause we gotta share them and Yeah they tend to take over our page. But that's all so good. I have really enjoyed talking with you. This has been like how much. I am loving all that doling out. I hope the listeners can get connected with you See the organized organization is about you know they can help the lay. You know whatever you got going on. Just be involved in that. Because i love love love with women. Black women are just are killing it. I just want everyone support as much as possible. Thank you..
"dorsey" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Tatyana dorsey graduated from north carolina. And in two thousand eleven with the bachelor of arts degree in psychology. She later completed. Her master of science degree in human resource management graduated from nova southeastern university. She's currently residing in the greater atlanta area if she is a diversity inclusion leader in the consumer goods industry continues commitment of sovereign community within her ownership operation of the ladybugs which is five. Oh one c. Three mentoring with the mission to build uplift and gotta sisters personally. She's married to her college sweetheart. Donald dorsey the two are proud. Parents of very active tyler dylan blake and a furby call. Bala hey thanks so much for joining me today on. Kawakita how are you. I'm great thank you so much for having me. I am felt excited to chat with you self of the listeners. John another huge hsbc alum. And i am loving the conversations that i have been having with my friends. Although i have did not votes on see you ask still just love how you all. Just talk in how you share your experiences like act feel like i want want like i was there so i want you to fire by telling listeners. A little bit about you and it will just start talking about everything else sure. So i'm talking under dorsey. I currently reside in the greater atlanta suburb area I a diversity and inclusion professional and by day by nights and Twenty four hours and just my general passion is to lead my five one. C three nonprofit organization called the ladybugs and we are a platform that works to uplift. Elevate the voices of black women so we're actually starting a few new ventures. We have in the past done a lot of things targeted adolescent girls in minority base adolescent girls. But now we're trying to expand that platform and really just focus on black women in its entirety from start to finish on. That's me professionally. Personally i am a mom of a very active toddler doing blake. He keeps me on my toes. I apologize in advance. If there's any feedback. I have asked that my husband in. Please keep him downstairs during this time. 'cause he would just come in like banging on the door and like ma in the middle of the session and i'm a wife Sister daughter And i'm a member of delta sigma theta sorority incorporated its spring two thousand eight. I i love it. I love it. It love it. Like we. Listen dylan if i listen mom. Hey i got some to say in. I don't wanna wait. So i'm an going to come and talk because we need to talk are now. Don't get me wrong. I have grown kids two and twenty four both at home like matter. It doesn't matter. Like i think they get older. It makes a difference. But it just so. I won't complain because i know some payments will give won't even taco glad that they still feel that way about mom saw you know. Sometimes i'm like get both sides. I'm like okay. This is cold. So i love love. Love all that. You're doing Especially your five. Oh one c. Three i really love Empowerment of living women in any organizations that do that are like gold star in my book issues so much going on in the world already. Craps on us. You know what. I'm saying like we get is foul as it is and then when you buy organizations like yours that really work on mentoring in building in guiding our sisters. I think it's described. I think that's totally great. Thank you and then you marriage a we sweetheart like to me. What is it about these. Abc you love like like a job fcc you and y'all connected the for life. Yeah you know the funny thing about going is. We are really like a family..
"dorsey" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"dorsey" Discussed on Welcome To Reinvention
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"dorsey" Discussed on Welcome To Reinvention
"And so i guess i'm ready because i'm not married. So it took her to hit start in number in her head and say okay. Well i guess. I didn't get married by thirty or whatever her expected. Go to get married with. Hey let's go ahead and do this. Let's move forward That's really really rich and loudest just for me. Highlights the working still have to do. That's that's powerful that we're not we're not thinking about it and to your point you know we're looking at what is happening in the home or we see or don't see as examples of what's possible Which is why this podcast exists. We have to have a conversation where we have to see more examples and we have to have the information that no we can. We can actually have these things earlier in. It's to our benefit to have them earlier especially as women we live longer. Y'all we live long or we have more things that impact us. We have to be savvy outside of a man if i can say that We have to be savvy outside of remain in our construct of relationship. Not that those things won't happen or that. They're not good but we have to get in the driver's seat of our own finances of our own money conversations in really educate ourselves and and start learning a new way and start rethinking reimagining. What's possible for us in these conversations is important. The you know the work that i'm committed to in where i am in life is all around. This is all around reimagining. Money economics possibility All of that for women. And it's so important in even working in coaching with women for the number of years that i have. I feel like everything in my experience comes down to not supported. Thousands of women comes down to a money conversation and a credit conversation that yeah. I'm sorry okay. Say that. And i'm not gonna argue okay so it's funny. You say that because when i was Quitting my job and this was back in twenty sixteen. I was putting my job. And i had told myself. Okay so when i I was quitting my job in september. And at this time it was probably like july and i was like in december. I'm going to go get me a financial adviser and in my head that made sense like okay. At least i have a plan to get a financial adviser and literally my phone rang and it was a financial adviser and he'll but hey i got your phone number from sewin- selling it's my cousin. She's an attorney and so he was like i got your number from her and she said you'd be a great person to speak with. I wanted to see about becoming your financial adviser. And i laugh. And i said you know i had a goal day for december but clearly god had different plans so hey listed when i my meeting with him the first thing i told my friends is why am i waiting to make money to get a financial adviser. Why not be prepared to make the money like why not think rich. When i'm not rich and i've been i'm rich now but why not think rich. When i'm not rich so i can prepare myself to be breach and your own definition of rich but like why not prepare myself now instead of lighter like what's the excuse and it's like you have to ahead of what you're going to do you have to move like you're already there because that's the only way you're gonna get their part that raking part Now we have to in. It's it's so critical because for us as women would. I was what. I'll add to that for us as women. It comes down to two things money and credit and malak and miss lack of education and the mis education. We have about both of understanding wisdom and knowledge and know how to navigate. Those conversations were bumping our head. Because again we were socialized differently as women were bumping our head trying to figure it out in making got off choices. A lot of those include men eleven man but they include men and What we see as a disadvantage just what we it. Kinda determines what tolerate will tolerate. It will be around And then what we have access to so for me. That's the real work. That's the work Having money having credit conversations is not too late wherever you are. It's not too late wherever you are. It's not too. You're not too young not too old To really begin this journey for you and create for me and in my company creating products and services that that speak to that support us. You know it's really interesting to me. I work with a lot of professional women. Lot of professional corporate women in the nine to five space. Who are brilliant. These women have degrees. They've gone to school you know they've done all the things in still. Their money. conversation messed up their paycheck to paycheck. They are Maybe even negative in the bank Credit is awful but these are smart women and we have this whole shame conversation around it. Then we're making poor detroit poor choices and it's just a continuation so it's so important to me and i'm really lower having this conversation To see seismic shifts in this in our generation in while we are here breathing For women because we are so much. We're so i don't wanna say so. Much more powerful. That doesn't make sense. We are powerful and the weight of what falls on us from family to career to appearance everything. We have to get a grip on us. We have to have education and tools and more importantly we have to have the safe space. We have this space you sell. So we're on the same. We're on the same here yet to add to that too. So you said something about credit One of the things when it comes to purchasing one of the things is we have a misconception that you have to have perfect credits in order to buy a house You have not had the same credit to rent a house than you do to buy a house. So that's really really important. That people understand that set. So you don't have a great i house. You're about to free a whole lot of people. What's the at like you literally. Ideally you only need a six hundred credit score in order to buy a house are five eighty but of course we call it. It's not a lot of lenders at our lending at five eighty but a six hundred six twenty. You're a good ballpark now. If you're trying to do like a down payment assistance program six forty is like your bottom line number. But i will meet people and be like yeah. I have a six seventy. But i'm trying to get to a seven hundred so i can buy and so the reasoning for that is because that's what they think you need in order.
"dorsey" Discussed on Welcome To Reinvention
"And when i say conform i like you know we make more money. We think we can get more expensive than that. That's how you know. Majority of society does the paycheck to paycheck ordeal. Because we get more money and then we start living higher and instead Just trying to make sure like okay. I still kept the same. Amber that was working the nine to five opposed to the ambra. That was you know is making more money. I think i answered a whole word. You did and i'm just i'm literally just I don't know. I'm just still in the in the light of what you said hallward. First of all go with distractions and just think about the time that you're not going to get back now you can maximize time that you have at. You're not going to get back because you we. I were distracted. That hit me. I felt that 'cause we were distracted year and Doesn't like maybe like distract did like that's whole Using you enjoy earning a different level. That's a whole year of maximizing potential. I love that we have great examples for lessons from brilliant women so distractions and then being able to realize that and then sat as standard. Set what you would accept that israel what you would accept going forward and that's not distant relationships that's in business that's in life. That's what people that's all over the place ga- letting people do i mean like. I think a lot of times as women what we do is we expect so much of people and in all honesty like even a we want certain things and just sit back and allow a person to be who they are yes and once we we can still expect those things but just sit back and allow them to be who. They are a week and say. Hey this is a waste of time or you know just sitting back and saying but putting it in the atmosphere like telling yourself. This is what. I want speaking manifesting. What it is that. You're looking for vegeta- some relationships and business and finances everything. Yes ma'am i actually posted about that On social this morning and i was so surprised. Yes i was so surprised by one of my long term Childhood friend posted something a mine on social. They shared it with a very very moving comments for me. And i was so touched by that because i live with the world view that nobody has to do anything for you on. Expect anyone to people don't have to lie q. They don't have to think well of you. That don't even have to think of at you. They don't and when they do when they do show care when they do show that they like you when they do things. That are nice free. Whatever that looks like. It's so much sweeter because i don't have that expectation of people now you know in proximity to me. There are things that i do expect which are mayes nerds or things that i will accept or not accept a at a as a baseline absolutely not. I just don't see that way so it's really interesting. Said let talk. Talk your expertise in the power of the purchase and even some hacks that you might have for women or even that you share with your client. So let's talk home ownership in just that power that comes with owning a home in your opinion. So i mean let's talk about climate of the environment right now so we are in what a modern day civil war right now so I am. I just purchased a book. I haven't started reading get but it's called color of law and you haven't written any any. Realtor should read it especially it more than anything. The color of law is basically and i'm grabbing a book. I'm talking to you move. Basically about how the government has separated us By color our owned area. So it's kinda like oh commercial goes here Multifamily goes here in single family residential. Goes here. Well that's again was lax. Go here whites so here. Mexicans go here the indians send them to oklahoma. You know. and that's how that's basically what this book is about like how the government initially separated us and at some point we couldn't even buy a house like hidden now. I'm just a strong believer in saying. Hey let's leave something tower. Children are even just to somebody. If you don't have children's maybe you have Nieces and nephews are a- sister brother that's younger than you that can leave it to somebody that can air it off to someone and so i think that's the power of homeownership. We always talk about how they Others have a forty year advantage on us and so just owning a home allows us to take that advantage back And so that's my big big thing on. Homeownership like just take advantage of actually investing in something that invest back into you whereas when we're living in an apartment complexes or renting you're paying somebody else's mortgage and you're investing just not investing in yourself. You're investing in them because they've already made the investment and so that's a big thing A major hack. I would say just so much is Chest just by. Like if you're i have doesn't have to be your forever home especially for single women A single women. I mean we you can buy a house and in the day that you get married turned that house into a rental property Or you can sell it. And maybe you'll have enough.
"dorsey" Discussed on Welcome To Reinvention
"Like thirty five thousand dollars a year and i would meet realtors because i was the one who would approve zoning permits and stuff like that like i was doing everything and so as i'm meeting the realtors. I was becoming more intrigued. Like dang ember you know about taxes you know where homeowners are paying their taxes. You're you know this. You know that and those were the praises. They were singing to me. And i'm like really. That's like a looping. Because i didn't know anything about the real estate world at the time and so i had went on a vacation and my boss was angry that i went on a vacation and so she wrote me up for something unrelated to me but she pinned it on me. If that little. It was might push in a sense. It's a blessing. It was my push to say. Hey don't get comfortable here. 'cause you're not appreciated here and own when that happened to me and i started looking for another job. I took a lot of times when you leave jab. They pay you out your vacation. But you have to request in but i paid you out the vacation and the sick time that you didn't use so you have to request it so i requested my payout because i did it use it and i took that money and i pay for state school That's how i got into real estate. I will say when people ask me. My short answer is got pushed me. God just closing doors and opening doors to right. They're like as i wanted it at twenty one and iran from it. Like oh god because i think i hung onto the fi. You're more than i hung onto the excitement but the interest never left me so good. You hung onto the fear. More young onto the excitement You hung onto the fear. yup. I can't say enough about that. I'm not. I'm not gonna try. But you have this amazing brands. Dorsey cells dfw. I love love. Love it not because we're friends. But i love because it's smart eleven because it's chic in. It is expensive. And i see it as thing. It's so cool. Talk to us a little bit about that and Just the direction how you even thought because initially did. I don't know. I don't want to speak for you did. Initially you have the direction to create a brand or you just kind of you know in real estate like most realtors are selling say a little bit about that. So i got in real estate I didn't think of a brand. I honestly methods lender who is. I must say he's like the heartbeat of my business because we're out ham. I probably wouldn't be as knowledgeable as i am today. a lot of things so why day we were on the phone and he was like okay. Dorsey fails dfw nfl. Oh i'm still in that. He was like take it. It's yours owning. And so from there i just. I decided to change my instagram At that time. I was going full time into the real estate industry so i was a realtor for a year before i became a fulltime realtor. I was still working for the developer and on the side i was doing real estate and so i've pushed it like that was all i was doing but in all honesty it wasn't So he was helping me transition. my business. And as i transitioned my business. you know. we're always evolve the and kind of like what you always talk about the reinvention of yourself. And so when he said that at first it was just dorsey sales. Wac's me i'm dorsey sales dfw and as time has progressed now dorsey. Sales dfw is turning into a brain and with that being said. It's like i am in the process of building a team which is a new level for me because there's a difference between being an entrepreneur and being the c o. yes yeah has never. I'm in were time in the middle of this transition. As i'm trying to become the best berge in of the that i can become because i want to be able to offer any realtors that are under me. Something i i was with. Initially i was with two brokerages prior to being with keller williams and they were small time brokerages and as i started to evolve as a realtor. I started realizing okay. Amber you need more. And so i don't want to make the same mistakes that those brokerages may ask. I want to be able to offer what i went looking for in keller williams so that is essentially why keller williams to learn how to build the brand and how to build a team thank god for moments like that and people like your lender who spoke into you. It's just that little a ha moment where they say something like. Oh that's it. That's the direction. I thank god for people like that. Who are who are not selfish to that but who really just give it to you. It's yours it's yours. take it yes. We all need people like that so good. Now you did mention reinvention. And i always talk about reinvention. You're right what areas are maybe a key area to you or moment that you've had to reinvent. Oh my gosh constantly I mean the first the first one. I was trying to let go of wanting to be a broadcaster But i'll say right now. Understanding i think the key the biggest area was when i became a realtor and i quit my job understanding that my face is my brand and so the way that i carry bell Even down to what host. I post like what i'm doing in. How i handle myself is bringing but at the same time. I don't want to lose any pieces of myself so understanding that part of my business and so initially when i first started off it was like a. We're going to be like tight in. We're not gonna show any of our personality. I'm just going. Keep everything private and as time has gone on. It's more sell like. Hey the people that are shopping with you are shopping with you. Because they like you. It has nothing to do with. Oh i wanna buy a house. And that realtor is just the bash realtor. They buy into you as a person like that. Is that person going to look out for me. Is that person you know going to fight for me like they're looking. They're looking for somebody like them. People are really looking for their best friend to work with and me knowing that my natural personality. It's important that i understand that reinventing myself doesn't mean losing my cell and sal so good saying that reinventing myself does not mean losing myself in south as army bobbing. Of course i'm going to grow and there's gonna be pieces of meat. It change but i never want to lose the core of.
"dorsey" Discussed on Welcome To Reinvention
"Dorsey at mercy sells the app. W is with us. Hey lady home how are you well. Thank you so much for being here with us. I can't wait to dive into this. Episode is gonna be good. Thank you for having me so regarded. I'm gonna let you introduce yourself to our global community of women and just say everything amazing about you. Okay so my name is ambrosi. And i am a dallas texas native. I am also a realtor out here in dfw I have been a real estate agent for coming up on five years. And how can i brag about myself So i graduated from the university of arkansas. And i have a broadcast journalism background. So a lot of my business is video production I tell my story. I sell the house and every week i come on social media and i give you a homebuyers gain cran. I give you some kind of tidbit that you can use to help. Purchase a home And so i use my broadcasting background to help me help you sarah. I think that saw. Oh no oh no. I'll tell you. I am out of my office. I am brokered by keller williams. But i have a brand and a team. And it's the dorsey real estate team. So i am the top twenty percent in my office And i'm under the keller umbrella would about myself I have a background in city management So i worked in city management for about three years from there i went on in started working with real estate developers so i helped develop master plan communities Which help as much as. I didn't realize it help build a career in the relationships that i started off with real estate so i that is what sets me apart van. I'm everybody's best friend. I don't think i made a stranger once you give me the talking. We're best friends like from that day. Forward so the other thing about amber aside from her being literally she said top twenty. Y'all top five. Maybe top in is probably number one on the low. So there's that But i want you to know that she also is a completely savvy businesswoman. This is not her first rodeo. She has experienced in other in in retail and killed it. So we're gonna get a lot of knowledge from this amazingly brilliant woman that we have with us today sir. Thank you for your intro. Es y'all know that. i just believe i believe. It's a necessity decreased safe spaces for women. To shine we have to begin to stand in our brilliance. We have to begin to own who we are in all the juicy amazing things that we work so hard to achieve and i let oliver women introduced themselves for that very reason. I did it the other day on one of the episodes in little awkward. And i get it but it's important and i just love i love if something that feels so good just about sitting in the warmth of another woman shine and if you don't feel that way you need to step your game up because there is nothing better than seeing other women win. There's nothing better than collapsing with a brilliant talented woman. And there's nothing better than to let another woman share and have the light so that is my being a man a man. Yes so and i tell all of them that come on every. I always say if you don't stay everything i'm gonna come back and i'm going to say what it really is. So they know that so anyway. We're going to dive right in. I'm so glad to have amber with us How you mentioned a little bit in your intro sharing a little bit with us how you kind of got into real estate but tell us more about how the city manager role how you know your plotting all this master planning out really integrated with your leap of faith. Basically interest rate. So the funny thing is i wanted to become a realtor when i graduated college So i went into broadcast journalism. And of course. I want it to be on tv. It was that one my life plan. I wanted to be april. O'neil okay so what ended up happening was as i apply for jobs I didn't sound american. And i said that would air quotes. American enough amounted to ethnic and so that was literally the response that i got from. Tv stations you sound to ethnic you're going to have to take voice lessons and so It's crazy because that is the world at the tv exam and so once that happened. I'm one of those plan. A and plan a only type of person. And so i kind of started thinking about. Okay amber what is next. Like what are you going to do. ended up meeting a realtor and it was like i saw myself in her so twenty one years old. I made a decision like amber. You're going to be over realtor but at the same time. When i met fat realtor i met another realtor and both of these people are women so i met these. Two women one was super successful and one was not so successful Andy not so successful one was kind of trying to talk me out of the real estate journey and she was like an hamburg. There's a lot of fees that are involved. It's a lot of work. I don't know if you can do it blah blah blah so. She was transferring her fears onto me. And because i was so young. I was like a sponge so i was. It was so easy for me to absorb everything that was being given to me. The fears and the excitement saw. I had mixed emotions. And so i went onto work for the city and i took on a journalism row initially as Public relations rep. And so i was excited about that rep but anybody that knows anything about government or city government you wear fifteen million hats and so I actually started doing like the city. Taxes working on departmental budgets approving those budgets like that was my role and i was probably i.
"dorsey" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)
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"dorsey" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast
"Rafer podcast high as well and make sure you share share through email through twitter through facebook. Just continue share and get this information not there. We need more people who are outspoken about what's going on in a police world unless none of us is anti police. Neither one of US are former police. Officers who wanted juvenile just bashed the police. That's not our intention but we wanna make the police better. We believe police reform. We believe that any bad apples should be taken out of the bunch in that. The police officers can do their job. ABC fishing ineffectively without bias and without racism on a while without hatred without us excessive use of force and all that kind of stuff so just make sure you go over check out our podcast mixture rates subscribe and all that kind of stuff wants to start endorses speaks and subscribe to her you to channel as well. Sergeant Dorsey speaks that's S. GT DOT Dorsey D. O. R. S. Kawai Speaks Check all that out. Let me just give you a little bit about Sergeant Dorsey. Bio In nineteen eighty shirl joined the Los Angeles Police Department during her twenty year. LAPD LAPD career she worked exclusively patrol and specialized units and offer geographic bureaus within the city of La South Central West and the valley in addition disappears patrolled assignments. Sergeant Dorsey was assigned to the Traffic Division Newton area vice in the infamous gang unit in operations South Bureau known as Community Resources Against Against Street hoodlums the crash unit as a twenty year veteran of the L. A. P. D. in a mother of four sons Sergeant Dorsey understand no one is immune from being racially profiled harassed or becoming being the victim of police abuse under authority as a police expert with an eye towards social justice advocacy she provides a candid honest and unique perspective perspective on social institution abuses with a level of credibility that is effective relevant and irrefutable as an lapd insider. Sergeant Dorsey highlights criminal title social or public policy and justices affecting disenfranchised communities throughout the nation as a mother and police professional started Dorsey exposes social institutional institutional disparities in abuses while introducing strategies and commentary on how to systematically attacked those injustices and power audiences with abroad and unique perspective how to navigate navigate within that system when necessary and help change that system when possible Cheryl Dorsey also has a book out so she wrote in original book called black and blue the creation of a manifesto she then updated that book last year and is now entitled black and blue the creation of a social justice advocate. It's called volume too but it's just incorporated the I spoke to that Mench Grayson of a manifesto and she updated it with the different controversial police shootings are gone across the nation terrence crutcher Tamir Rice and a number of others so please make sure you check out her book black and blue the creation of a social advocate a special Dorsey head on over to Amazon. Make sure you check that up so without further. Ado elitism on here is Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey. Please join interview. Thank you so much Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey for coming on capitol. Hill does podcast. Thank you so much. I truly appreciate as I said I'm the big band. Thank you becoming a for having me to tell us a little bit about yourself how you got into this. Just tell us a little bit about what you GonNa farmer retired Lapd Sergeant Twenty Years Spent all twenty years in in uniform proud to say and I worked pretty much everywhere within the city of Los Angeles which is divided into four geographical bureau. I worked all four four since we'll south west and Bali and having worked off or bureaus I opted talk about and you understand this you know how most police departments have you know. Oh Two departments within one right you have the police department in the hood if you will for up to south of the Santa Monica freeway. LAPD north of the Santa Monica freeway and it's always you know interesting how officers figure out how to comport themselves very differently with their in the more affluent. Taber hoods right so I just use my experiences lived experiences as a black woman as a police supervisor and talk talk about the things that we're seeing happening real time day to day and why in some instances I think officers are being a little over zealous a little extra aggressive if you will a little unnecessary in the use of force physical force and then sometimes deadly fourth I speak about these issues based don my own professional and personal experiences and then I tried to offer solutions is suggestions on how I think we all might better navigate through those the police encounters because at the end of the day the goal is for everybody to go home safe and so to that end I wrote autobiography black and blue the creation creation of a social advocate and I'll talk a little bit more about where you can find it but that's Kinda how this whole thing started let me just back up a little bit and say because my first book black and blue the creation of a manifesto and I wrote black and blue the creation of manifesto because of the situation here in La Christopher Dorner black lapd officer who who got fired had issues with the department and went on a killing spree and so I wanted people to understand how not only the police department but any employer can push you to the brink and have do something. That's really out of your character. That's untoward. I didn't want anyone else. After understanding how Christopher Dorner got their find themselves similarly situated and act out in the same way an so creation of a manifesto was my life story that Christopher Dorner I my life story trials and tribulations that I went through how I dealt with them and showing that I am proved that there's life after whatever agency see whatever corporation Hugh may work for and you get shown the door so I wanted people to understand what that looked like and that was two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen Eric Garner was killed. Mike ground here in Los Angeles easily. Ford and I was watching family members not have the words to say about what they felt and what they want it done in the aftermath of their loved one being killed and so I realized that dust I have something to say about this based based on my lived experiences and let me give them the words. Let me speak publicly. Let them hear me so they would know what to ask their police chief of their police department to do differently down the road and that's how I became the spokesperson advocate critic sometimes of course policy now. I'm actually reading black and blue the creation of socio advocate right now. That's the that's volume two and I think your story is very interesting. As far you're as how you came on so you came on after a consent decree was imposed upon the city of Los Angeles can talk about that so in nineteen eighty. I was working for Department of Justice and I was in for pool working doing reports if you will clerical work for special agents in the Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement Bureau of Investigation and becomes back then. PCP was prevalent in a big deal they used me as part of a sting operation because they wanted to arrest a young a black guy who's dealing pc and so they had me participated in this being operation and I showed up at a restaurant he met me under a guise of. I have have a need a place to stay. I'm new in town and they took him into custody and I was like what this is what you guys do and I know what I was making Sinaga per. I knew they were making a special agent so I was like I need to do what you do. LAPD look hiring as were other departments but LAPD had a consent decree so I was applying all over town but because of the consent decree they had a hurried it expedited hiring process and they put me through gave me an academy date and then and what's I joined lapd the premise was doing a year get off probation getting my post certificate police officer Standard and training certificates lateral lateral back to DOJ as a special agent but when I joined lapd what I thought that was they have an amazing benefit package and I could do this job for twenty years. I was very very young. We care and have a pension for the rest of my life so I decided I'm just one hunker down here on the LAPD duties twenty years. Get in my lifetime pension and grout what I want to do with the rest of my life and that's just kinda how it happened. COON is when I got promoted to sergeant it was the first time in history and I got promoted voted in two th- the year two thousand so for the first time city.
"dorsey" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"And in all the subsequent interviews that. I've seen you know, he really does offer a more or less full may culpa on many of these points. You talk about how toxic Twitter is. And he fully acknowledges it you talk about how inscrutable the policy is around banning and how it lacks transparency, and he fully owns that. And so there's really not that much to get from him on those points apart from his stated commitment to fixing all of these problems that he acknowledges. So you know, I don't know what Joe is going to get out of him on a second pass. But given the time I had this conversation with Jack, I really can't express too much regret. But just in light of what's happened in the last few weeks. I was certainly want to turn down the screws a little bit on a few of these points that said I really enjoyed the conversation with Jack, and I hope you do too. And I bring you Jack Dorsey. I'm here with Jack Dorsey, Jack, thanks for coming on the podcast. Thanks. This an interesting conversation for me to approach because I think we're gonna talk about some things that I'm a little concerned. You don't wanna talk about? And I'll just gonna forge ahead, but don't wanna talk about everything. Okay. But then I think we'll get into things that areas of mutual interests that than I will both be very happy to talk about. So let's start with the the weird stuff and just how difficult your job is released. How difficult your job appears to me to be obviously, you have two jobs you've got this dual CEO role with with square and Twitter. I don't know very much about square, perhaps you can just you can introduce how you think of of your job there. But we're gonna talk about Twitter almost exclusively just to start. How do you think of your career at this point? And how how are you managing? I I'm sure as question you've gotten a lot. But how are you managing this dual CO life. A lot of it is is experimenting learning all the experiences that I've had both. Companies have definitely formulated how I act every day. And I it's pushed me to focus first on my health and a lot of the has to do with mental health and just how I can how it can be aware and productive and observant throughout the day. A big part of that for me has been meditation which I would hope to talk to. Yeah. That's what I'm going to talk about. So we'll say that for the end something what for to? But I the pain the meditation, I the pain and observing the pain, but a lot of it has just been has been doing it. And today, I don't really segment the the parts of my day. It's it's one job. This is this is my life, and I know that the companies will benefit in and the people that we several benefit from me focusing on. Sistan self-improvement, and that starts with that starts with how I think about things, and that's starts with like, the mindset I bring to my work, and that's certainly volved over the past Twitter will be. Thirteen years in March given the thirteenth year like this thirteen floors in buildings, but we thirteen years in March and squirrel be ten years old this February. But a lot of the the balance between the two is possible one because of the team I've been fortunate enough to assemble and took some iterations. But also how similar they are in different. Mediums Twitter is is obviously focused on communication, and our purpose is serving a public conversation. I we think we're very unique in that regard. And there's a lot of dynamics that are quite powerful. And a lot of dynamics that can be taken advantage of which will talk about square on the other hand is around economic empowerment, and one of the things that we saw early on in two thousand nine was people in this country. And certainly this is reflective of the rest of the world were being left out of the economy because they're being left with access to the slower mediums like paper cash while the world is moving on. Onto more digital. And we are serving in under served audience. We start with sellers or now moving to individuals. We have this app called the cash up which. We have significant percentages of the people using it who were there only Bank account and. It's been a really powerful example of utilizing technology to provide access to people, and.
"dorsey" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"The app is under continuous development. And I am looking forward to making it better and better. So please keep the feedback coming. We're aware of a few bugs, especially on Android, and those fixes are being pushed through so please update the app periodically. If you don't have that automatically set and enjoy. Today. I'm speaking with Jack Dorsey, Jack is the CEO of Twitter square. We don't spend a lot of time talking about square we get into the details of Twitter. We talk about the role that Twitter plays in journalism. Now, how is different from other social media how Jack and the rest of his team or attempting to reduce the toxically on their platform. We talk about what makes conversation healthy the logic by which Twitter suspends people the reality of down ranking and quote, shadow banning. I briefly make my case for banning Trump from the platform, we talk about Jack's practice of meditation. Anyway, I must say I consider this interview a missed opportunity, we really were the casualty of timing here. More than anything else because we recorded this conversation a week before the Covington Catholic high. School circus, which has you know, exemplified more or less, everything that's wrong with social media at this moment and Twitter in particular. If you recall, it really seemed in that week that Twitter accomplished something like the ruination of journalism. So that would have been great to talk about and our silence on that topic will be ringing in your ears so much what we talked about with respect to Twitter's policy around suspending people and the politics of all that really could have been sharpened up. Had we had a time machine. We also had this conversation before some other interviews with Jack came out, which I've since read in Rolling Stone. And also he won Joe Rogan's podcast in the interim. And Joe is you know, streams everything live. So I've seen the aftermath of all that and Joe reap day whirlwind of criticism for not having pushed Jack hard enough. I think he's gonna. Jack back on his podcast. I'm actually gonna be on Joe's podcasts later in the week. And I'm sure we'll talk about all this. But all that notwithstanding. I really enjoyed talking to Jack one thing I want to make clear because I saw some of the pain that Joe is getting from his audience. Many people were alleging the Joe must have agreed not to push Jack on certain points. I can't speak for Joe. But I must say Jack had no restrictions at all on this conversation. He was eager to talk about anything. I wanted to raise. There were no edits to it. He didn't request any. So he's totally willing to have a conversation about where Twitter is been. And where it's going. You'll hear that. He is quite good at pier. Wedding around any concern person raises. We'll certainly witness that in this conversation. And and it was there to be seen in Joe's..