35 Burst results for "Ellison"
What's Next for Sam Bankman-Fried?
"Sam bankman freed pleads not guilty to fraud and conspiracy charges. He doesn't have to go back to court. I believe until October 2nd of 2023. So basically, he is free for approximately ten months to do whatever is he's going to do. So just because he pled not guilty doesn't mean he is in fact actually not guilty, most people plead not guilty anyways, not a legal expert or anything like that, but that's just what I've seen in the TV and stuff like that. But again, we're talking back about the names that we're going to be remained secret for now from the other two people that posted bond as well. It's important to note. But since Jen's back and I miss her, I really, really, really would like to get your take on this story. I missed you too, Wendy. One day away from you guys, and I just had to come running back. I love you guys. Well, I think it's not surprising, right? Sam bankman freed went on this PR tour. He kept saying, I didn't know I didn't know. I didn't know for him to clean guilty. I think would have been a surprise. What I'm interested to see in October is, you know, we have the new CEO of FTX, John J ray the third, we have Caroline Ellison and Gary Wang who have taken plea deals. These people probably have a lot of evidence against Sam bankman fried. That would say that, you know, he maybe was a little bit guilty. And so I'm interested to see what evidence comes out. I'm a little bit saddened that we have to wait until October for this to happen. You know, Sam bankman freed's going to be at his parents house over there in California all the way until October, you know, living probably a pretty cushy life. And so I just, I don't know how this is going to, how this is going to turn out, given all of the evidence that we've already seen come out against him. But Zach, what do you think? Season two, baby. It's shaping up to be a good one with ten months of craziness that's going to unfold. What if Sam starts tweeting again? What if he starts trying to make things right with his users? What is going to happen? He's probably talking to all sorts of people. Reporters, anyone out there still trying to get his story out to the masses.
Former Alameda CEO Admits to Using FTX Customer Deposits To Repay Loans on Risky Investments Report
"7 p.m. Sunday December 25th, 2022. Former Alameda CEO admits to using FTX customer deposits to repay loans on risky investments report. Caroline Ellison, the former CEO of Alameda research, says the trading firm made short term and open term loans worth billions of dollars to pay for its venture investments. In a transcript of her guilty pleas shared by inner city press on Twitter, Ellison says she agreed with others to pay for the loans by borrowing from. The post former Alameda CEO admits to using FTX customer deposits to repay loans on risky investments report appeared first on the daily HODL.
FTX Update SBF Extradited and Released on Bail, Ellison and Wang Plead Guilty
"7 a.m. Saturday, December 24th, 2022. FTX update SPF extradited and released on bail, Ellison, and Wong plead guilty. After going back to U.S. to face his cases, SPF was released on a two 50 M bail. While Alameda CEO Ellison and FTX cofounder Wong have pleaded guilty. The post FTX update SPF extradited and released on bail, Ellison, and Wong plead guilty appeared first on bit penis.
Caroline Ellison Of Alameda Avoids 110Year Sentence With Plea Agreement.
"8 p.m. Thursday, December 22nd, 2022. Caroline Ellison of Alameda avoids 110 year sentence with plea agreement. The agreement limited Caroline Ellison's prosecution to criminal tax offenses. 250,000 bail would free her instantly. The FBI holds former FTX CEO Sam bankman fried. He'll be sent to the southern district of New York for court. Read more.
Alamedas Caroline Ellison Enters Plea Agreement with DOJ
"4 p.m. Thursday, December 22nd, 2022. Alameda's Caroline Ellison enters plea agreement with DoJ. Sam bankman freed's partners in crime, Alameda CEO Caroline Ellison, and FTX cofounder Gary Wong, are both cooperating with the U.S. Department of Justice. 250,000 bail, for full cooperation, Caroline Ellison
Martin Shkreli Comments on Sam Bankman-Fried's Upcoming Trial
"Today's guest is Martin shkreli, entrepreneur and investor. Welcome Martin. Hey, thanks for having me. You're a former hedge fund manager and pharmaceutical executive, and you are also one of the most famous white collar criminals of recent times. You are convicted of securities fraud and sentenced to 7 years in prison. And after being released earlier this year, you took not only an interest in crypto, but it also seems the case of FTX. And as we speak, former CEO of sampling is in the process of being extradited from The Bahamas to the U.S. and two of his associates, Caroline Ellison, the former Alameda CEO, and Gary Wang, FTX is CTO, have pleaded guilty to fraud. Given your experience with the justice system as a white collar criminal, which is pretty much the situation, all of these people are facing. I was wondering, what do you think is going through Sam's head right now? Sure. I have lots to say about this. I just wanted to start by saying though that I while I respect the legal outcome in my case, I was found guilty at trial. I certainly went to trial as a not guilty plea. I was found not guilty of several of my charges. I was found guilty of three, not guilty of 5. I still maintain my innocence. So I certainly respect the courts. I am technically a convicted felon and a white collar criminal, but I still dispute those charges and still proclaim my answers just so you just to air that out for a second. Sam's going through a lot. This is the hardest, the people I've talked to, this is the hardest thing you'll ever have to go through in life. It's extremely difficult emotionally to know that your life is in the hands of one person. And that person is in this case judge Ronnie Abrams, Sam's judge. And what you've learned as a criminal defendant in that state of uncertainty is that you have very, very little control over the things you're going to be doing over the next several years throughout the process of the system, but quite possibly after that as well as you serve your son. But the next, it's funny because you think the long sentence is the hard part. Honestly, I think that was the easy part for me and I could say being in a similar situation to Sam sort of it's much easier than the trial prosecution part, which is really, really, really harrowing. It's really difficult. It's fraught with a lot of emotional baggage and difficulty. You feel frustrated, you feel angry, you feel in denial, you have to go through acceptance, you have to go through a little bit of grief. You know, it's really, it hit me the hardest when I saw my mother in, and it's funny, like you don't process it until certain moments. And for me, the moment was seeing my mother in the galley, I guess it's called when my satin Swiss given. And I said, gee, I really messed up.
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried released on $250 million bond
"Cryptocurrency entrepreneur Sam bankman freed walked out of a Manhattan courthouse. The parents of the founder and former CEO of trading platform FTX agreed to sign a $250 million bond. Bankman fried will stay in their California home as he awaits trial on charges of swindling investors and looting customer deposits. In court, federal prosecutor Nicholas ruse said bankman freed perpetrated a fraud of epic proportions. The judge also required bankman freed to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet. He did not speak during the hearing, except to answer the judge. Carolyn Ellison, the former chief executive of bankman Fred's trading firm, Alameda research, and FTX cofounder Gary Wang have
FTX founder Bankman-Fried allowed $250M bond, house arrest
"Cryptocurrency entrepreneur Sam bankman freed walked out of a Manhattan courthouse. The parents of the founder and former CEO of trading platform FTX agreed to sign a $250 million bond. Bankman fried will stay in their California home as he awaits trial on charges of swindling investors and looting customer deposits. In court, federal prosecutor Nicholas ruse said bankman freed perpetrated a fraud of epic proportions. The judge also required bankman freed to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet. He did not speak during the hearing, except to answer the judge. Carolyn Ellison, the former chief executive of bankman Fred's trading firm, Alameda research, and FTX cofounder Gary Wang have pleaded guilty to charges, including wire fraud, securities fraud and commodities fraud. I'm Ed Donahue.
Caroline Ellison, Gary Wang Plead Guilty to 'Fraud' Charges
"Welcome to the hash on coin desk TV. I'm Zach seward. That's Jensen assy. Will foxley over there. We're going to get you up to speed on all that's going on in the world of crypto, including some major developments in the case against Sam bankman fried Jen, take us there, what's going on? All right, so former Alameda research CEO Caroline Ellison and FTX cofounder Gary Wang have both pled guilty to charges associated with FTX collapse. The SEC and CFTC have also announced charges against the two saying that Allison manipulated the price of the FTT token, U.S. attorney Damian Williams says both are cooperating with investigators, former FTX CEO Sam bankman fried was charged with 8 crimes earlier this month. We've discussed those at length. They include money laundering, wire fraud and securities fraud. He is being extradited from The Bahamas to the U.S. and is in FBI custody. Zach, a lot to unpack here. What do you got? So much to unpack. Kids, if you're ever in a criminal conspiracy involving $10 billion that are vaporized, especially from customers, snitches fast as possible. That's the story here. Everyone associated with FTX and Alameda turned snitch on sandbank and freed. And they're probably going to have a much more comfortable life because of it all their former colleague rots in a prison cell somewhere for a long time. That for me is the takeaway looking at some of this stuff. It's pretty wild. Bank and freed was flown in from Bahamas into the New York area last night. A lot of people were closely watching flight trackers on the Internet to see where he was headed. Apparently he's touched down over in Westchester and is making his first appearance in New York in court today for a presentment that initiates the legal proceedings here in the U.S. after some complicated back and forth over whether or not he was going to make his way over here from The Bahamas. So that's what people are watching. I know coin disc has a reporter on the ground at the courthouse in the southern district of New York. So we're going to watch it, watch that for updates later today. And yeah, I don't know. Caroline and the cofounder, they may have found themselves a pretty sweet deal. I don't know, what do you think? Yeah, I think they found themselves a really good deal, right? But if you look at the charges, they possibly were going to have just think it was like 250 years for Caroline. And it was about 50 years for Gary if they were just charged for what they're doing in the first place. I went to the different administrations, the DoJ, and they're getting off the hook more or less. So Caroline Ellison is looking at getting some fine slapped on her disgorgement for any ill gotten gains and then also she's not going to be able to trade anything on behalf of other people
"ellison" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network
"This really began to show up in May of 2022. When Alameda's lenders pulled their credit lines and demanded the repayment of billions of dollars. Alameda could not meet this recall of loans, so directed that additional billions of dollars worth of customer funds should be diverted to meet the loan recall. During the summer of 2022, while the financial state of FTX was already in jeopardy and Sam knew he could not make customers whole, he continued to direct hundreds of millions of dollars worth of customer funds to be used to make venture investments and loans to himself and other FTX executives. While it's not mentioned in these particular court filings, some of these venture investments now appear to be a little more than arrangements to funnel customer funds to friends and related parties under the guise of funding their startups. Another cute thing that's not mentioned in these court filings, but has been in others, is the moment during this time when all of this was clear that FTX and Alameda were in trouble. When Sam invited FTX employees to invest up to $250,000 each into the company at a discount. Now according to these filings, when Caroline Ellison and Sam trabuco were appointed co CEOs of Alameda research in late 2021, SPF remained firmly in control of decisions made at the trading firm. Much is made in the charges about the claims made by Sam and promoting FTX to investors and customers. Regulators highlight that Sam consistently claimed that FTX was a safe crypto trading platform that it had a comparative advantage due to automated risk management systems and that customers were protected from other customer losses due to FTX automated liquidation process. Given that customer funds were siphon for Sam's personal use and that Alameda was allowed to run a gigantic account deficit with no liquidation, these claims made to investors and customers and I will add to employees seem to be wildly and deliberately fraudulent. The allegations mentioned the fact that FTX did not have its own bank accounts. So customers instead wired money to Alameda. They mentioned that funds were commingled with the fishing accounting records, and alleged that in balance sheets provided to creditors and investors, these facts were obscured with generic titles like loan. These loans to Alameda cause problems within the internal systems at FTX, as Alameda was being charged interest on the $8 billion it had outstanding. To amend this SPF directed that the account should be moved to a special account attributed to an unrelated person, which would not be charged interest. It appears that this was done to avoid raising suspicion among staff. The special privileges afforded to the Alameda account are outlined in detail. Alameda was allowed to hold a negative balance with no collateral requirement. The amount that they were allowed to draw down into the negative was increased by engineers multiple times on Sam's direction. Eventually being in the tens of billions of dollars range, functionally limitless credit sources from customer funds. Maybe the most egregious superpower was immunity to liquidation. This feature was allegedly added in May 2020 and allowed Alameda to take and hold positions that would be impossible for other traders on the platform. Alameda was the only account exempted from liquidation. While this was going on, Sam was representing to investors that appropriate separations were in place between Alameda and FTX. In a Bloomberg article published in September this year, he said Alameda is a wholly separate entity. While Ellison is quoted as saying, we're at arm's length and don't get any different treatment from other market
Is Alameda Ex-CEO Caroline Ellison Cutting a Deal?
"All right, at the top of the web three lightning round this week, we have only one top story. And it's the only top story I think anybody is talking about right now, and that is that SPF, Sam bankman fried has officially been arrested and officially charged with conspiracy, wire fraud, and money laundering by the U.S. Justice Department and securities violations by the SEC. Now, it doesn't stop there, folks. It's a lot more fun. But on the surface here, rich, what do you think of the story? Because it happened very, very fast. It happened very quickly. And one, this needed to happen. I didn't believe it was going to happen at first. But someone mentioned something a couple of days ago before this happened. And it made me go, huh. That was a good point. A couple of weeks back if you've been listening to our aftershocks, we covered, we spoke on, I believe, how the head person Caroline over Alameda was spotted in New York and we're like, what's happening? Because she fled from Hong Kong to Dubai because there's no jurisdiction. Well, she showed up in New York and there was a picture like a Starbucks or something and was verified it was her and were like, that's dumb, why would she be in the states? Well, we figured it out. She got a deal. She was cutting a deal and she was doing everything possible. Probably to get Sam behind bars. And so here we are, full circle. And I know we were both pessimistic about Sam being put in jail, but he is potentially serving up to a 115 years. So good luck. Yeah, good luck indeed. I do want to make sure that I make it known. The statement about Alison making a deal is not entirely corroborated at this point, but it's safe to assume that if she's back in the states, that's why she would be back in the states. So just want to make sure that part of it is out there for people. But there have been a couple other trickle down details that have come out since.
Recovering SBF's Blood Money With John Chachas
"Right, John chas joins us now, John, one of the first believers in the vision of turning point USA. And for that, I am eternally grateful. John, welcome to the program. Tell us your thoughts on FTX. Well, let's peel back the onion because it's a complicated mess. FTX is a large complicated bankruptcy that will be investigated for some time. And the new CEO of the company is going to find a lot of loss, a lot of lost money that left customer accounts. So the first place as a financial person, first rule of finance, don't touch other people's money unless they tell you to do something with it. That has clearly not occurred at FTX and Sam bankman freed and Ryan salome and the shot seeing the people that were associated with this company and probably others, Carolyn Ellison and others that were part of this entourage. Are all going to be held to account by an awful lot of legal analysis of where did the money go? Let's start with that's a problem. But the bigger problem from a political standpoint is that something akin to $70 million worth of money. And you can get this. I'm not making this up. You can go to open secrets dot org right now on the phone. And right below the picture of Sam bankman freed, there's a little button that says, click here to look at the analysis. You can click on it. And what it will pull up for you is a Google sheet that accumulates all of the FEC filings. These are federal election campaign filings of monies that went from these particular individuals to where it went. And the amounts of money, and this is just the last cycle. That you will find if you go do that right now, is about 40 40. Well, for bankman freed, it's 46 and a half million. And then there's all these, there's all these surrogates too and employees,
Alameda Research CEO Caroline Ellison Reportedly Spotted at a Coffee Shop in Manhattan With FTX Dog Gopher
"11 p.m. Sunday, December 4th, 2022. Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison, reportedly spotted at a coffee shop in Manhattan with FTX dog Gopher on December 4th, 2022, the Twitter account and citizen journalist, called autism capital, shared two pictures of a woman that closely resembles the Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison the pictures were taken at a coffee and sandwich shop in Manhattan at 8 15 a.m. Eastern Time. Citizen journalist reportedly spots Alameda's Caroline Ellison in New York according the post Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison, reportedly spotted at a coffee shop in Manhattan, with FTX dog Gopher appeared first on Bitcoin news minor.
Alameda Research CEO Caroline Ellison Reportedly Spotted at a Coffee Shop in Manhattan With FTX Dog Gopher
"11 p.m. Sunday, December 4th, 2022. Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison, reportedly spotted at a coffee shop in Manhattan with FTX dog Gopher on December 4th, 2022, the Twitter account and citizen journalist, called autism capital, shared two pictures of a woman that closely resembles the Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison the pictures were taken at a coffee and sandwich shop in Manhattan at 8 15 a.m. Eastern Time. Citizen journalist reportedly spots Alameda's Caroline Ellison in New York according.
Alameda exCEO Caroline Ellison spotted in New York, Twitter users claim
"2 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Alameda xeo Caroline Ellison spotted in New York, Twitter users claim. An unverified photo purportedly shows Caroline Ellison making an order at a New York cafe, leading to questions as to why she is back on U.S. soil.
The Link Between the DNC and FTX With Natalie Winters
"Published numerous articles on this topic on the FDX scandal. Your expertise in the past for us has been on COVID. What's going on in China? We're going to discuss all that and more. Please follow this lady right now. Natalie winters on Twitter. So let's begin at the beginning. I'm a complete neophyte, I'm a skeptic Bitcoin is all a big con, although I do like, you know, a financial system or a carrier of worth. It is independent of the fed and other government influences. But give us the basics. Let's start at the beginning. Who is Caroline Ellison? And who is this Sam bankman of freed? What do we need to know about FTX? Because they had their own currency, but this is also a kind of aggregator of other Bitcoin investments. But you give us the one O one, please. Sure. I too am a luddite in the sense that I think cryptocurrency is a scam and it always has been in this whole FTX incident is just the latest example of that, but there's really interesting political ramifications really worldwide that you can sort of tease out from the unraveling of FTX. So I think most people know Sam bankman freed. I think that interview you just played of Caroline Allison is probably a close runner up to some of the more awkward interviews that SBS has given. But Sam bankman freed really became one of the leading donors to the Democratic Party during the 2020 campaign. Of course, in the midterms. And other second biggest off the George Soros, correct? $40 million. But also other, I know you know that I talk a lot about COVID and the Chinese Communist Party. They're also links with FTX there as well. But sandbank has also been sort of bankrolling using his billions of dollars to fund different advocacy groups that aren't even necessarily political expenditures in a campaign sense, but his brother. Lots of conservative ones I'm sure like Second Amendment pro life organizations. Right, Natalie. Oh, of course. Yeah, no, not quite. One of my favorite ones, because again, as Steve always says on board, there are no conspiracies only coincidences. But Sam bankman freed's brother was actually appointed to run a group called guarding against pandemics where they deployed hundreds of thousands of dollars to run ads to help Joe Biden pass pandemic legislation, but before I get into the weeds on that, all of that to say that SPF is a major power player within the kind of ecosystem of democratic campaign financing, but it's more than just that $40 million sum that was deployed in the most recent midterm election.
Jim Schultz: Running a Close Race for Minnesota AG
"How does your race look I heard it was pretty close Yeah you know we're on track to get it done We're going to have to work hard for two more weeks but the most recent poll from Trafalgar of course a great pollster had us up by 5 points And so we're on track to get it done And it will be the first time when we get it done We got to work hard but we're on track to do it It'll be the first time in 56 years that a Republican has won the attorney general's race in Minnesota Well why should the people have been well let's do it this way What are the great differences between you and Ellison Well it's hard to know where to start but it starts with his reckless approach to the violent crime I mean this is a man who is all in on the defund the police movement And a guy who backed the funding Minnesota's largest police force in Minneapolis police force during a period in which we're living through the greatest increase in violent crime in decades This is a reckless and extreme as they come And we've got to get back to basics actually prosecuting violent crime in our state And I'm proud to say I'm endorsed by probably more men and women in law enforcement Across our state than any candidate for any office and the state of Minnesota's history Because people are just fed up here We're living through just last year in Minneapolis alone there were 750 carjackings in our cities in our city And people are people people want change People want to be safe in their homes They want to be safe on the streets and right now people don't have it
Jim Schultz: The Ground Game Is Great in Minnesota
"We're talking to Jim Schultz he's running for attorney general in Minnesota against Keith Ellison Keith Ellison really is sort of the poster guy for this radical view of criminal justice which is justice for criminals And it's had dire consequences not just for Minneapolis St. Paul but for the entire state of Minnesota and you have an enormous influence on these local prosecutors these DAs as we saw with Keith Ellison himself how does he say the latest poll says your 5 points ahead How is the money going How's the ground game Well it's great It's great On the money side we'll raise dramatically more than any candidate for Minnesota attorney general and the Republican side in history So we've got the resources we need to be to have a really big presence on TV There's lots of outside groups who are also spending in the race The Republican attorney general's association and others And so that's great The ground game is great as well I mean people are people are energized I mean you see this all around the country where Republicans are fed up with the Biden administration set up in Minnesota with our far left leadership here And so people are animated whether it be making phone calls knocking on doors I mean they know that Keith Allison as you point out Mark as extreme as they come This is a guy who you represented a man implicated in the killing of a cop in the 90s and has been you've got behind every far left extremist caused in the course of his career And so minnesotans know that we need change in this in this office And so there are people really really excited about the process prospect of making history here As I mentioned at the beginning over 50 years that we've had Democrat attorney generals in the state of Minnesota and people are very excited about the path here to turning that around
"ellison" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"One second. Definitely dog freely here. KJ live had Dominique Ellison is in the building. Amazing conversation about the responsibility. Of mentors. To the next generation, DOM, played in Washington state, New Mexico state worked in corporate America for ten or 12 years and recently accepted the head coach position in more inside high school. We've had an incredible hour and change of conversation DOM. Man, I just want to tell you, I appreciate you for coming on this platform, brother sharing your story, sharing the journey for those that are out there that are gonna be listening that don't know who Dominic Ellison is. Now they can have a better idea, my brother. Listen, man, I'm honored to be on the show. You know, for all the listeners, you know, Chris is the brother of my love or respect for Chris. We've been knowing each other are very, very long time. I'm proud of his journey, man. He's always been like an incredible dude. He's always been an incredible brother. And when I I'm not really a big social media dude and, you know, since I've taken this position, you know, obviously that comes with it, right? And the first opportunity that I saw you had a podcast, I had to reach out. And again, it's not about me. It's really about you girl, 'cause you've been a special dude in my life and my brother. So congratulations to you. I've always followed your journey. And you continue to inspire all of us and you always got something going on that we can respect and support. So. Appreciate you. Listeners, man. This is a one of a kind day. I appreciate you, Don. Let's look. Much love my brother and best of luck and morningside and anything else, my brother. Yeah, we got to get you out to a game, man. Oh, I'll be there. I'm coming through, bro I'm gonna check it out. I want to come to the eagle account, come on in. I'm wearing a blue jacket. There you go. Hey, that's what a, but that's what I did back in the day. That's what I did back in the day, bro, but it was a different time. So I had to kind of hide. I was with RICO, I was sitting up at the top. I'm up there hide. I had all the blue jacket, but I had like a sweatshirt over it. Walk you in. Your loyalty, we walk you right in. Oh, I appreciate that. I'm looking forward to it. Pops, I said hi, man. Hug pops and hug your family, man. Hope everybody's. And again, I appreciate you for having me.
Justice Thomas, Created Equal
"Know how do they find the film. How can they find a book called created equal, let them know what they got, Mark. Sure, Brandon, thanks. So creative equal to movie is on Amazon. It's on lots of different platforms it's on like Apple TV and all this stuff, but probably the best place to get Amazon. You can get the DVD on Amazon. If you go to manifold productions dot com, which is Michael tax company, they'll have the listing of all the platform it's available on. So the easiest place is how the Amazon.com, but it's a great movie. It's two hours long. It's just really powerful and tax plans. The book just came out this week and it's available on Amazon. It's in Barnes and nobles. It's all bookstores. And again, it's based on that movie, but it's from the 25 hours of interviews that Michael pack did with clarence Thomas. And it's really just an amazing insight into his life. Great stuff like remember the movie as a song smiling faces from the 70s. So Claire Thomas is smiling faces. People smile in your face and they want to do you harm. That's what he calls liberals the northeastern liberals who wanted to savage him and sort of act nice, but then from behind. And he says, he's thinking about that song when he was testifying and watching those liberals coming after him. So it's those sorts of things that are these great we've talked about big issues and kind of neat issues like that. The books that had impact on his life like invisible man by Ralph Ellison, native son, Richard Wright, the fountainhead by Ayn Rand. So it's just barbershop with the movie he loved because it reminded him of going to the barbershop with his grandfather. He talks about the barbershop down in Savannah 1955. And it's just a wonderful captures justice Thomas's life in a really good way.
"ellison" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top
"You know, Marvin, I've interviewed a lot of CEOs from, you know, from different backgrounds. You know, people who grew up poor in West Virginia or in India or other countries around the world, you were born to a poor family in Tennessee and you rose to the top of your industry. I mean, you were a Fortune 500 CEO. And what I think of you as a kid, right? And looking for role models out in the world. And then how you emerge from where you were, looking at your dad and thinking about the possibilities, when you think about this challenge, right? There are 500 of these biggest companies in the U.S. and last year only three of those companies were run by African American leaders. So how do we change that? How do we create a space where the next Marvin Ellison, who is a kid now looking out, sees someone who looks like him or a young woman who looks like her running these companies. Okay, so great question is one I think about often. I think it comes down to a couple of fundamental beliefs that I have. I think the first one is you have to be willing to give someone the opportunity to fail in order for them to have the opportunity to be successful. And here's what I mean by that. Oftentimes I have heard people sitting in a meeting going through succession planning or any kind of HR process when there's a diverse candidate and there's an opportunity, they will find themselves saying something like, well, we have to be very careful because we can't put her in this role and have the possibility that she will fail that will send a terrible message or we've got to be really careful. We want to make sure that he's successful. So let's make sure that we don't put him in a role that's going to limit his opportunity to be successful, but when you, when you try to protect someone like that, what you're limiting is their ability to be successful. I think about the roles that I've had to take over the years and I talk about the last 20 years I'm replacing someone forced out of fire. One of the reasons why I did that was because I knew if I could go as the old saying goes, take the road less travel. We'll take the jobs that no one else was standing in line saying, I'll take that assignment that it would give me a chance to highlight to others that I had leadership ability that I could go in and I could solve a complex plex problem that maybe others shot away from, that really give you a rich reward ratio. I think number two, and I give how it shows credit for this, and I've gotten to know how I would fairly well over the years, you have to create an environment where you can have tough, can it discussions about a lot of the issues impacting us in this country and our communities so that leaders of all colors and ethnicities and genders can fill this dough that they work in an environment where it's okay to be comfortable being you. One of the many things that my parents specifically my dad taught my siblings and I was something that I heard them say a thousand times that was nobody can beat you being you. Don't try to imitate someone, don't try to be something that you're not find out your God given talent and ability and then be the best at being you. And so I think in a lot of corporate environments, we create environment, we create situations and we create cultures where diverse candidates, employees, leaders, really struggle to fit in because they don't know that they can be their most authentic self and that that's a safe decision to make. And I'll give you one example because I think it's relevant to share. I remember my first assignment working at the Target Corporate office. And I'll go to this corporate environment. I go up there with a lot of confidence and a lot of bravado thinking, you know, I'm ready for this. And I look around and there is nobody in that corporate environment that looked like me. No one who spoke like me and I'm thinking, man, I have made a mistake. I am not going to fit in. And so I spend the next couple of months trying to fit in. I try to modify how I dress, I try to modify how I speak, and just try to look more quote unquote professional. And it is not going well because I come to the realization while everyone else is doing one job. I'm doing two jobs. I'm doing my core responsibility, which is a job number one. And then job number two is being somebody that I'm not. So I remember one evening I came home exhausted. My wife looks at me and said, how's it going? It works. Seem to be really stressed. I said, well, you know, it's not going well. I said, it's not that the job is harder than I thought. I said, I'm just really struggling to fit in. And I just, I don't know what to do. And she reminded me of what my dad had said a thousand times. She said, why don't you just relax and be yourself? And in my mind, I heard my dad's voice say, nobody can beat you being you. So I decided, you know what? I got nothing to lose. Because what I'm doing currently is not working that well. So I decided to go to work and rather than being so careful about how I pronounce every word and how I articulate every phrase outside just to be me. In the moment I started to do this, a funny thing happened. People became a lot more interested in what I had to say. People became more engaged with me. People wanted me to be on focus groups and working on these committees because what I quickly learned is that what I was before was a corporate commodity, which is easily accessible and inexpensive. What I became was a corporate scarcity, unique, different. And it was a great lesson for me as a young executive to understand the importance of just being me being the best me. I still think today we, many corporate corporate America will create environments where we think we're protecting and creating an easy environment to navigate for some of our diverse up and coming leaders and we're doing just the opposite. So I think it's all of those things but I think it's a big commitment from corporate America to just be more aware of the things that we need to do to create a pathway for the next up and coming executive that's going to be significantly better than anything. I ever thought about being. My friend, when you think about your career and your trajectory, do you think you were born with innate leadership skills or do you think that you learned how to become a leader over the course of your life? I think it's a combination of both. I think first and foremost, when we are born, I think we're born with unique skill sets that are just part of our DNA. When I look around at my kids, I see the exact same individual at 23 with my son that I saw when he was 5. When my daughter who's 17 when she was ten or four. So I think you are who you are at a certain foundational level, but I think the difference is, whether or not you have intellectual curiosity to take your foundation and expand.
"ellison" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top
"ellison" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top
"Was a way of me projecting to myself as much as to the outside world what I wanted to be. Did you already at a young age? Already in college, like see yourself see your future as somebody who is going to be running a huge organization, somebody who's going to be doing really big things. Did you see yourself that way? That's a great question. And I'll give you a very critical event that happened to me that really helped to just give me an enormous amount of confidence. When I went to the university of Memphis, it's called Memphis state at the time. It's really a big urban college. You had 23,000 students. And so I'm coming from this really small town. And I'm transitioned to this major university. And I remember going to my freshman English class. And I'm in there with 30 students or so. And the first assignment was write a one page, so I essay on a momentous occasion that happened your 12th grade year. And so I put something together. The next class, the professor, you know, handed out all the essays with exceptional mind. And he asked, where's Marvin Ellison raise your hands? I raised my hand. He said, miss Ellison, wait, I want to chat with you after class. Something. Well, that can't be good. So I hang around and this young professor asked me a simple question. He said, where'd you go to high school? So I told him, he said, what did you study? I talked about this. What did you read? So I explained how limited my kind of reading assignments were and he handed me my paperback and there were more red marks on that paper, it seemed and what I'd actually ridden myself. And he said, mister Ellison, you're going to have to work really hard. He said he only way you're going to get out of this class and get out of this university. You got to put any known amount of effort because your high school simply didn't prepare you to be successful and major university. And he said, these are my office hours. And if you're committed about doing better, you can come see me and I will do all I can to help you, but you're going to have to do the work and it's going to require some commitment. And I was devastated and so I kind of walked out with my head down and I decided, you know, I'm not going to fail. I'm not going to go back home without my degree. And so I remember the next day I met him at his office and I told him, I'm willing to do the work. And so he gave me a list of books. I had to go to the library to read on my own time. Just to help improve my ability to write and my ability to meet the rigors of a college English course. And I went to work. And at the end of that semester, there were three kids that got an a in English, and I was one of them. I'm not going to sit here today and tell you that, that I walked away from that saying, I'm going to run a big company, but I walked away from that saying that there's nothing at this university or anywhere that's going to limit me or prevent me from achieving the goals and aspirations I have for myself. Stay with us. We're going to take a quick break. I'm guy Roz and you're listening to wisdom from the top. Support for NPR comes from hiscox, committed to helping businesses protect their dreams since 1901. A business can start with an idea, a desire, a dream. And when you make that dream a reality, you can count on his cocks to protect it from the risks you can't see coming. With customized policies for hundreds of professions, his cocks can protect the business you've worked so hard to build. Quotes and more information are available at hiscox dot com. Hiscox, the business insurance experts. Welcome back to wisdom from the top. I'm guy Roz. So while you were in college, you started working at target, I should say a local target in Memphis as a security guard, and you actually continued working there like even after you graduated, but I guess over time you somehow worked your way up to a pretty high ranking position at corporate headquarters. How did that happen? Was it was a slow progression or did somebody kind of see potential in you and give you a chance? Yeah, how did it happen? Well, it's a combination of a lot of things, but that's exactly right. So I graduate from the university of Memphis, it's 1989, the economy is not great. It was really difficult in Memphis. I had met my soon to be wife, who was still a student, and I desperately wanted to stay in Memphis after I graduated, but I couldn't find anything. Because I had a degree in marketing and my goal was to be a sales rep. Couldn't find anything in Memphis. So I decided to stay at target out of default. And the toughest thing for me to do was to graduate on Saturday. And go back to work on Monday and clock in. Wow. Because I still didn't have an executives. I was still on the clock, I still employ after I graduated. And so I applaud for a security manager. We call it asset protection manager role in Memphis. A couple of months after that, and I just totally just engulf myself in retail. I want to learn everything about how to front end systems work, how receiving work, how to price change system, how merchandise flowed in. And what I found out is the more I learned about retail, the better I got at my job. And the better I got at my job, the more I enjoy my job. And all of a sudden, I never forget this day. I'm in the store with three of my periods we're doing an audit in a new store, two or three hours into the audit with my peers, we're in the office, and we're just complaining about not being paid enough. Work is rigorous. You know, just a typical thing, you tend to do when you get with people, you know, in your same position. And we get a phone call in the office that we had a visitor, someone was coming in from the corporate office and it was our vice president of the entire function had decided to visit Memphis unannounced. Wow. And this guy's name was king Rogers. So king comes in the office and he said, oh, this is great. I got four asset protection managers, he said, let's just do a little mini town hall. What can I take back to the corporate office to make your lives easier? And before I could say anything, a couple of guys jumped in to king, everything is just great, man. We love working here. We think it's fabulous. Stop saying to myself, man, just 30 minutes ago, we were just complaining about everything. So I said, king, I got one issue. I said, we got this new system that was rolled out that screens and accepts checks. I said, this system is very uncut or friendly, and we've been getting a ton of complaints. And my three colleagues were just mortified that I had said that. I could look in their eyes and say, Martin, what have you done? And so Kane looks at me and said, okay, give me some more feedback. So I gave him some more. Danny said, well, give me a couple recommendations on it. If you were me, what would you do to fix this? And so I gave him a couple of examples. And so king picked up the phone and said, give me a second. And my peers are looking at me kind of out of car to ask saying, you've done it now. And he hangs the phone up and he said, you know, Marvin, he said, what's really frustrating is that I've been out visiting stores all week long and you're the first person to have the courage to tell me how bad the system is. I just got off the phone and asked him to shut this pilot down. And I would love to leave here right now and visit you and your story to spend a lot of time to get to know you. So king comes to my store and he's spending time with me walking the store and of course my straw managers there and he's nervous because it's gas from the corporate office. And so king is very curious about tell me about myth is what's the political environment here? What's the socioeconomic issues in my store manager is totally clueless to any of this. But you know, I'm a pretty inquisitive person. I'm intellectually curious, so.
"ellison" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top
"Promotional opportunities, it's not easy to stay resilient and stay motivated, but I have. How Marvin Ellison went from security guard to becoming the CEO of two major Fortune 500 companies. So if you look at the list of Fortune 500 CEOs, a total of three are African American. It's a pretty small group, not even 1%. Actually, .6% of the CEOs on that list. And in this very small group, is one person who has led not one, but two Fortune 500 companies. And that person is Marvin Ellison. Marvin is pretty used to beating the odds. While he was in business school, he started working as a security guard at target. He stayed there even after he graduated and he worked his way up to a pretty high position. He then went on to Home Depot where, after years of working his way up and proving himself, he got a chance to help that company turn around in the midst of a financial crisis. And then he completely changed industries and became CEO of JCPenney. And was, in the midst of turning around that ailing company, when he got a call from Lowe's in 2017, the CEO of Lowe's home improvement announced he was retiring after 12 years. At that point, Lowe's had become the second biggest consumer home improvement company in the world with a market cap of more than $60 billion. But sales were stagnant. Lowe's had as many stores as its rival Home Depot, but not nearly as much market share. So the board conducted a months long search to find the right person. And in the end, they chose Marvin. And what's even more amazing about Marvin's story of beating the odds is that he's a self described introvert. He was often passed over for promotions, and he says, nearly every executive job he's held, he got because his predecessor was fired. He was the one who always took the tough assignments who always got thrown into crises, and in the end became something of a turnaround wizard. And the grit that it took to face these challenges really came from growing up in Brownsville, Tennessee, where Marvin watched his parents work really hard to give him and his siblings, a better life. My dad was a sharecropper. He actually worked in the field the day that I was born. And my mom at the time was working as a maid at a truck stop motel. My dad tells us really funny story. And he tells me the story, every birthday that when I was born, my mom was delivered via a midwife. And my dad said that when I was born, he went into the room to pay to midwife and the entire fee for my delivery was $14. And he said, because he had worked in the field that day he had cash and she was so impressed that he had the entire amount that she gave him a discount. And he said, so I cost only $12 and he's still waiting for me to pay him. And that's a cool story. That's amazing. Did you have ambitions from a young age? Did you think I'm going to get out of this place? I'm going to go somewhere to a city or I'm going to do something bigger than this. I had the best childhood that you can imagine, even after talking about my dad being a sharecropper and my mom working in that motel. From my earliest remembers of understanding the English language, my parents would say to me and my siblings, you could be anything you want, you can be the president of the United States, you can achieve any level of success as long as you focus on three fundamental things first you have to always understand that it will come from hard work to you have to understand the importance of getting an education because they felt that they had missed out on that opportunity because of a segregated society. They grew in, grew up in and because their parents and the people that raised them just didn't have a real vision for the power of education. And third, strong belief in God. So all of those things reinforce my belief that I could be anything I wanted to be. And as I grew up in that small town and that rural community, I would go outside in my front yard often. And I could look to the north south east and west. I couldn't see anything. That gave me really a natural kind of intellectual view of what the future could be, because my surroundings were just so primitive. And they were just so rural and so limited. But there was something inside of me from that earlier time because of the influences of my parents that led me to believe that there was something bigger for me out there. Didn't know what it was, but I knew that my plight in life was not to grow up in this small rural community and be limited by my surroundings and my parents would say often that you can not allow your surroundings to limit your vision of the future. So it's a long answer to saying, I always believe that God had a bigger plan for me that there were larger things for me to do and my parents encouraged that from my earliest remembers of understanding words. I guess, I guess you went off to college at the university of Memphis when it's time for you to go to college. And I read that when you were a student on campus, you used to walk around with a briefcase, is that is that true? Yeah, it's actually true. You know, I just felt like that I was trying to project kind of where I wanted to be. I didn't obviously I didn't have a lot. I was going to school via financial aid and student loans. But I always felt, as I said, growing up in that small town that there was more for me. And so I knew I wanted to be a business person. I didn't know what that was. My dad ultimately transitioned from working with his hands and working with his back to being a salesperson. And ultimately became a very successful local salesperson, operating on a 100% commission so the reason why that's important to why I carried a briefcase is because even though I grew up in this rural community, most of my Friends on farms and their dads working in factories and driving tractors and doing mechanics work. My dad left home every day with a tie on. Carrying a briefcase. It's almost like it's almost like the old deal expression dress for success, right? That if you go out of the house with a tie on, then yourself image is of a person who is important, who needs to wear those clothes to project something.
"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"They brought on the. They're like correspondent to right. He's like oh no. You can't do that and then the refs are like you. Can you can do that. Then if you look at the replay. He's over the line of scrimmage when he double punted it so none of it should've happened. But you gotta hand to dixon like that that dick's not not evil arts nemesis sticks of the show. But he was a smart thing. Bhai him to just pick it up. I'm gonna run. I don't have. I'm going to get killed here so i better put it off joining us. Now we've got ellison hubbard former colorado state ram. He's in the transfer portal ellison. My friend how are you. I'm good brady. i'm good. how are you. i'm good have you ever seen a double punt not at all no matter. Apparently it's legal but we don't know that it's legal because look like the one the former head of officiating saying that it was wasn't and then the officials last night in that game said it was fine. I mean i guess 'cause it's the first time saying you're gonna kinda like we'll discuss. This more list is not even dogs or give it to you know so when i thought the play i was just shocked at that even happened that he was gonna take off nope. I'm going to tackled kicking off. That was a that was pretty interesting. No i really was. It was crazy. i i something smart. I suppose i was thinking about stonehouse. Your guy your bow do that. Or he's he's he's a good enough punter get think about that and maybe a role in the left to take off. You know. i think so house would possibly do that. You know i. I'm not gonna take risk of getting the hit and hurting myself just gonna kick it off and maybe we might re cake. who knows. No you know. I if i was him i would definitely have done that just for my safety. Well i mean if punters to trust punchers can they can work out and get you know get fit and stuff. But they're not as big as you guys. You guys are terrifying. I would be putting it bounce it off my head. Just go away from me. So i don't die exactly i'm gonna get really injured out there knows are using the nfl. So i'm not taking any chance now. No way man. All right ellison. I wanted to pick your brain a little bit. You and i were going back and forth via tax earlier this week. The urban meyer thing. Now you saw the video the videos now of everything that urban was in trouble with and i've had some textures like you know what he's out..
"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Here today. Thirty four minutes after the hour joining me. This guy was in the news a little bit earlier in the week. Alison hubbard allison. Of course has just entered the transfer portal and no longer it colorado state ram at this point to but looking to continue his football career. Ellison my friend how are you a few days after all the craziness has happened. Good i you know. I wish i could be in the studio. You know i have free time. Now it's been a very very very busy week. I mean coaches call in getting text and email. So i mean man has been hectic week but i you know i'm enjoying 'cause i now get to find a new place to be finish off my career. I'm can you give us hints this point. What happens can you actually give us. I mean i know offers yet. So i mean the best. Most of the places come from the american conference and so i had talked to a couple power five schools. But you know i. I don't know how much they really need Sixty or senior. 'cause they can recruit so easily but there's been a bunch a conference usa in america american conference so far so interesting and we'll be excited to follow along with you. I'm sure you saw the news. I know we're gonna talk some. Nfl but air force. They're sticking with the mountain west as well as state san diego state so the the move is not happening so i thought this ellison i thought maybe joe parker and obviously folks over at air force. They know that perhaps boise state isn't looking to jump ship anytime soon. So maybe that's why they're sticking with it you know and i totally agree with that. You know when they saw san diego state and boise state. We're making the moves which you know. I'm not bashing anybody. But i think they are pretty..
"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Just stay in touch <Speech_Male> and we wish you the <Speech_Male> best and <Speech_Male> we'll be looking out for <Silence> for the next. <SpeakerChange> Move for ellison <Speech_Male> hubbard <Speech_Telephony_Male> thank you. <Speech_Telephony_Male> I miss you guys <Speech_Telephony_Male> again. <Speech_Telephony_Male> I'm being hopefully invading <Speech_Telephony_Male> so <Speech_Telephony_Male> on fridays or <Speech_Telephony_Male> whatever <SpeakerChange> days we can <Speech_Telephony_Male> make happen my <Speech_Male> buddy. 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"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Against the top five ranked number five team in the country but they walk away with their heads held high. At least i would anyway. They lose this game by ten hell of an effort up fourteen. Seven halftime ellison. My man i'll proud of you guys. I know moral victories are are not things that we like to take and send build a whole heck of a lot from you guys just went down and played. I mean probably a playoff team. Ellison congrats man on the effort. First off brady. How're you doing man. I'm good. I'm doing my fantasy teams went in. I'm feeling good..
"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Hough forty seven point stood. He just like won that game on his own. I mean what forty seven points and russell. Wilson gave me twenty three. But i mean derrick henry. Wow wait respond did you. Derrick henry i do yes i do. I wouldn't and i haven't had a wide receiver. I couldn't get spot filled back. you know. It sucks so we like to go over to my my mother and father in law's house on sunday mornings. We'll get set just hanging out with kids. They're running around and they have the worst internet service ever so. I can't set my lineup. So i don't set might be what happened to you. Final set my lineup. Like twenty four hours in advance. I go over there and like well. The my lineup is what it is so good luck everybody can see your line about. I'll take a look at that. I hey we'll look at in during during the break all right. Let's take a look at the rest of the mountain west when we come back. How about that. Ellison the ellison hubbard show presented by crazy carl's pizza on northern colorado's voice one.
"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
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"ellison" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"And do that so he was always augment. The you know the three aspects of i talk about them in the book about you. Know awakeness reciptivity and community. So how do you like really allow community and receptivity in and so we do these diet experiences to actually help each other. Remember actually kind of going back to what you were saying earlier. That actually feels good. It's difficult and might be made also not like at the same time but there's something about wow just sitting with someone not really doing anything but just being together. Oh i was freaking out to do it and then it'd be looking at somebody who was also kind of freaking out their faces like breaking out in like involuntary tics. You know it's really a strange thing that you'd never let me do with bianca you. You didn't want us to sit next to each other or do these exercises together. But i did find or i remember. My son was really young at the time. And and i would sometimes do. I would curl up with him in his crib and just stare and see how long the staring contest could go. He was really good at it. I don't know if i haven't tried it with them recently. But i did find that in my conversations with bianca. I was when we were more looking at each other. She actually doesn't have real real by was the one with more blocked and the intimacy level of Than her so But i did find that that was creating greater connection as much as i actively hated the exercise while doing it and overtime i relaxed into it the first couple of times you do it. It's it's tough much more. My conversation with coaching. Paly ellison right. After this you may not be feeling down and out in depressed or like you're at a total loss but if you're stress is high your temper is shorter than usual or even if you're starting to feel strain in any of your relationships you could probably use the chance to unload unload the stress and get it out. Talk to someone who's completely unbiased about your life. Someone who isn't going to judge.
"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"You were a teammate experience. That where you're like. Wow okay i get it so the mental health thing. you know. it's the real serious thing you you can't just go in there and not mentally be right or you're going to hurt yourself or fail miserably. So i i look at it. As if i'm gonna go in here and squat six hundred and five pounds. I need to be mentally. I can't go in here today cloudy. Dial my mind's focused on other things or i'm focused on this or let's say something's really bothering me. You know somebody definite family or you know something really harsh happened. Sure i i have to. You know look at myself and be like cannot do this. Do i really feel like i can do this. Or if i go in here in. My mind is all cluttered. I'm gonna break something. Yeah i'm gonna tear something because i'm not focused. So that's why. I'm all with simone. Biles is don't go out there and and mess up an opportunity for yourself if you don't think you're fully ready you know. Let let somebody else step in because you want to let them get better at you know. They're fully ready. They're fully focus. They wanna they. They're they're mentally right. You need to come back and you need to get yourself fully prepared. And i think she's fully prepare now to do this being. I think we tend to agree on that side of it too. All right man a lot of a lot of stuff to get back to. We'll be back at it next week. We actually have some practice to digest two so You'll give us what you can of course without bleeding over the playbook or anything like that friday. September third south dakota state. It is the green out young alumni. Game cannot wait about ready. Seven o'clock friday night and about a month away. You ready to rock and roll. I'm ready to go do some squats. We think all right. It's been the ellison hubbard show presented by crazy. Carl pizza ellison until next week my friend. So you guys then..
"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Thirteen ten kfi k. What that whole against this is zach stevens with. Dnv our broncos and you're listening to the host joel on thirteen ken. Kfi we to figure out what kind of music you like to know. So we gotta get your intro. We've gotta get that. Get that intro. And we'll get all the liners done for you and it'll berjaud crazy. Corals pizzas. i get. That's me doing that boy. It's gotta be like a hard knocks kind of interests. Yeah yeah okay. let's do it. It makes them to work up like that. We we made the announcement of course alison hubbard defensive lineman for the colorado state. Rams we start to officially every monday one. Two o'clock you're going to give us. You're going to give us the our man. That's great with the ellison hubbard. Show ellison takes over k of k for an hour and we're going to talk. Obviously we're gonna talk see issue..
"ellison" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"If you agree with anything that I have said, and you want to be a part of this movement and it is a movement to unseat Senator Marco, Rubio, please donate, what you can join our team, we have a very diverse team with over a thousand volunteers people come from all walks of life and from every single state we want you, we need you. We can't do it without me back. Please read up on the issues and and see what else you can learn to have a couple of petitions to help in Veteran's suicide, and to support for the people at, and the John Louisville. So please join our, join our team, we need and what you have my support. Thank you so much for coming on man. Thank you very much. Tell Richard I said, hey all right, I will take care man. All right off. Great Alan Ellison. I hope he wins, man. Love that guy. And now, without further Ado, let me bring on lb. How are you baby? I'm good, I hear me. Yeah, yes, yes. Just a little, it's obvious. A little. He was great. Did you get a chance to hear anything up his name? Just the end. They're just about 5:10 a.m. to the end there. So just it's hard having a grass-roots, it's a lot of work. So yeah, I wish him luck in Marco Rubio. Walk around that guy before I give you the biggest pat-on-the-back. I just going to do a quick head. Don't worry, it's not anything that you're going to laugh at. It's not manscaping or blue chew or anything like that. Are you a betting woman lb?.
"ellison" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"J. t. ellison has sold millions of psychological thrillers. All around the world nearly thirty can't treat but her latest book. Her dak lies is a gothic spine. Chiller featuring international billionaires and a mysterious boost. Why does that kind of sound familiar. It should do. Because it's a retailing of. Daphne is classic page to an rebecca welcome to the joys of binge eating the show for anyone who ever got to the end of a great book and wanted to read the knicks installment we interview successful series authors and recommended beast and mystery suspense historical and romance series. So you'll never be without a book you can put down. You'll find this episode. Show notes the free e book and lots more information at the joys of binge reading dot com. And now he's asher. Hi i'm your host jeannie wheeler and binge waiting today. Jt talks about writing her. Dot lies about the national thriller series with homicide to take up taylor jackson that made her name and co hosting an emmy award winning books. Podcast a full transcript of abject plus links to jetties books and media can be found on the website the joys of binge reading dot com. Come on by and leave us your comments and suggestions we love to hear from you but now he is. J. t. hallo the jt and welcome to the show. It's great have you with us. Thank you so much for having me. I'm thrilled to be here. Look sewed or you've published millions of books in twenty eight countries. You've won awards your share hosting an emmy award. Tv show about ox. You sound as if you're really on the top of the mountain talk now you've chosen space is domestic and why and psychological thrillers. And i'm quite interested in how you differentiate between those two things and we the read is look for something specifically different in the two to me psychological thriller cash agrees such a fantastic question. Because yes i think there is a difference between the two. I think they overlap very very nicely. But i think the domestic are is is exactly that it is domestic. It is something that is very personal and very individual. It's imagine your neighbor chat in the streets and then your neighbor goes inside their house and they close the door. And you just never really know what's happening behind those closed doors that to me is the epitome of the domestic nor the psychological thriller. That's broader in my mind. I feel like that encompasses more professionals in the in the field whether it's a policemen or a private detective or anything along those lines that would bring in element of law enforcement. I think that as part to do with it though that can obviously appear in domestic more but the other thing is that it's probably slightly bigger canvas. It's not necessarily just what's happening inside that house. It's what's happening inside that house. That's affecting all the people around it so it just it gets a little bit bigger a little bit broader. It can be a little more twisted. You can bring in different points of view. I think more that domestic new ours are they're going to be in first person a lot of them. They're going to be very. It's going to be very personal and a psychological thrillers going to have multiple points of view. And it's it's just going to be a little bit bigger. That's my theory. I may be completely wrong. Could we say that. Initially your series books were more in the psychological thriller category and now with the standard lines that you've been working on and we'll talk about your latest one who lies in in very short moment. They are more the domain Sort of areas that right. So you've moved up. Look a bit from psychological furlough into the domestic. Noi i have. I've i've flipped the paycheck. So the first number of books i did. Were from the law enforcement perspective. There were victims. Obviously that things happen to. And i might even be in their heads and be explaining it. But the predominant characters were the the police. Taylor jackson samantha owens. The britain fbi series. All of those that came from the law enforcement point of view. When i started doing stand-alones that i walked inside door and imagine what it would be like for the policemen to come to my door. Instead of me being the policeman knocking on the door it was just a complete flip of the script and there are a lot of fun i mean. It's it's there's a lot. I having this conversation with my husband the other day that heroes in in thrillers. They're immortal right. You know because it's a series. That hero is not going to dock in in the suspense genre l. All bets are off. It's very possible that the main character is going to be killed. It's entirely possible that somebody close to them is going to be killed. It's just different. It's just a slightly different take on things just from the other side of the door. Yeah now. I loved the description that i read of one review of her dark lights. They competed to daphne damore as rebecca as a kind of gothic story. And i think there were at that really hit the nail in terms of some of the parallels. It's a creepy story about a family of international billionaires. Of course they have to be somebody like the jaycees also swirled but they destroyed from the inside and there's all sorts of stuff going on on the inside and some of the voices at the time. You're not quite sure who it is. That speaking this mystery behind some of the voices and i wondered was rebecca in there in the background. When you were conceiving of the story absolutely it's one of my favorite books. I i've read it. I don't know how many times i've read it. But i reread. It and i actually listened to it this time. I did it on audio. And there were a couple of things that truly stood out to me and one was the choice that demaria makes that. Rebecca is dead in that in that story that she that she is dead and how she died and all of that and that really got into my head and i started thinking about how that would be to be marrying somebody whose wife has died and they don't necessarily know exactly what's happened and that was definitely my springboard into the story. I was very interested at the injured in the acknowledgements. You talk a little bit about the circumstances surrounding your initial inspiration for the story and then you sort of indicate that it might have been quite a difficult birth to get. It all told giggle. And it's extremely intricately plotted. So i wondered if you could just give us a bit of an idea of that prices. From conception to delivery. I started with this being more of a retelling of rebecca than anything else. And that's not that's not what the book was. And that's not what the book wanted to be. But that's kind of where i set myself up. It was a really difficult book to write. It was one of the hardest books i've ever written. I had two knee surgeries. Why i was writing it. So i had surgery brain so you know we chuck it up a little bit but there was just something elusive about the characters and i couldn't land on their names. I changed their names multiple times. Because none of the names would work..