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Russia Likely Behind Nord Stream Gas Leaks

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 36 min ago

Russia Likely Behind Nord Stream Gas Leaks

"But I do not think he would have ordered the destruction Of the Nordstrom AKA Nord stream Pipelines I don't believe it And I don't believe the United States military would do it I believe there would be leaks by now of information to the New York slimes in The Washington Post And it would completely destroy any relationship we have with our NATO allies and other countries that apparently relying on that fuel And it will drive up the cost of fuel apparently throughout the world Which is not exactly what what makes sense right now for the United States particularly before midterm election Russia has every reason to do it First of all Putin doesn't care about his own citizens He doesn't care how many of them are killed He doesn't care about any of it And he's blowing out you'll notice Assassinating a particular oil executives with his two largest corporations In Russia which of the two large oil companies

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EU seeks trade sanctions on Russia over 'sham' Ukraine votes

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

EU seeks trade sanctions on Russia over 'sham' Ukraine votes

"The EU wants more sanctions on Russia after what it calls a land grab Officials say the 27 nation bloc should impose biting sanctions on Russian trade and hit officials responsible for sham referendums held in parts of Ukraine European Commission president Ursula von der leyen says the Kremlin orchestrated referendums on joining Russia are an illegal attempt to grab land and change international borders by force the EU's executive branch has drawn up several rafts of sanctions against Russia since president Vladimir Putin launched an invasion of neighboring Ukraine 7 months ago I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Dr. Khalil Habib Joins Charlie to Discuss Montesquieu

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:31 min | 2 d ago

Dr. Khalil Habib Joins Charlie to Discuss Montesquieu

"At hillsdale college. I thought it'd be fun to kind of get a series of experts from hillsdale college so you could get an idea of why am I always bragging on hillsdale college. Well, just the couple of awesome people we have doctor Khalil Habib, we did a whole series with him. I want to get back to that. I missed that. And so we're working on getting that back. He's really special. We had him on to talk about Nietzsche and many other things, and it's doctor Habib joins us right now. Doctor Habib, welcome back to the program. Charlie, it's good to see you a long time. Yes, it has been long, and we have to do it more often. So I understand you're teaching a course on montesquieu, Locke and many other things. So my montesquieu is, let's just say, not as sharp as it should be, at least I did remember he wrote a book called spirit of the laws when Kyle mentioned it. Why is it important for us to know montesquieu or understand montesquieu to properly understand the American founding and tell us who montesquieu is? So montesquiou was an aristocrat from France and he had published the spirit of the laws in around 1750. And many of our early founders had actually read it in French. And it was quickly translated into English, and he's one of the second or third most quoted authority among the early American founders when it came to debating what exactly is the purpose and role of government. Now, to be sure, Locke is central to that debate and where the founders take locks understanding of natural rights, very seriously and Locke's idea that consent of the governed is the only legitimate form of government, but where montesquieu comes in is log has a very early version of the separation of powers. So he separates the executive and the legislative branch. And it's a bit of a mystery where he puts the judicial branch. It's somewhat shared by the executive and the legislative. For law with respect to domestic issues, the legislative branch does have some control over the judiciary, whereas when it comes to international relations, the executive. Now, when montesquieu writes the spirit of the laws, he's very reluctant to go down that path. What he wants is a far stricter. That's a word. Separation. And so he identifies three powers that any government has, whether it's a tyranny or whether it's a republic, there's three powers. The question is, how would they organize and assemble? Who has control over them? The executive, the legislative and the judicial.

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NFL ends Pro Bowl; skills competitions, flag game instead

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 d ago

NFL ends Pro Bowl; skills competitions, flag game instead

"The Pro Bowl debuted in 1951 but it has never been a big hit We have to do something different In 2016 commissioner Roger Goodell said they need better options I'm open to new ideas I'm hoping to how we do it But it's not the kind of game that I think we want to continue to have in its current format NFL executive Peter O'Reilly told the AP the full contact Pro Bowl will be replaced by weeklong skills competition and a flag football game There will be a new name The Pro Bowl games O'Reilly says the goal is to celebrate 88 of the biggest stars in the NFL in a really fun positive and yet competitive way I'm Ed Donahue

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Allison Gill's Concern Over Trump Blackmailing America

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:05 min | 4 d ago

Allison Gill's Concern Over Trump Blackmailing America

"One of the things that the DoJ keeps harping on and the ODNI keeps harping on is that, you know, we have to find out where we still haven't recovered all the documents. There were 90 misses empty folders. And we have to continue this risk assessment. And it's linked to the criminal investigation because we have to know where this information went if it was compromised. The fact that it was just down in Mar-a-Lago in a basement means it is compromised. So it's going to, I think we're going to, you're right, we're going to find out a lot of really, really scary stuff. And probably stuff that we won't find out about because it's so top secret. Well, would you heard what Michael Cohen said that he has this stuff he stole to he will blackmail the United States government to get out of going to prison, that he will use he will, I will release these whatever it is nuclear, whatever information. I mean, that's terrifying. Yeah, and his lawyers were up there talking to Wyndham. Last Thursday at Maine justice, purportedly about executive privilege assertions over folks like Patsy baloney and pat philbin and Eric hirschman, who's a riot, by the way. I love him. More bombs per square inch than any lawyer I've seen on TV thus far. Fantastic. So it seems he seems a little DOM. He seems a little dummy. Give me the best effin advice lover up and give you. Criminal defense lawyer. How you doing? He's having some serious parties. So yeah, we just have to very carefully watch that. But you know, I'm wondering if and when he's going to make he's already made had somebody make a phone call to Merrick Garland saying, it's a nice country you got here. It's a shame if something happened to it. You know, so I'm wondering when the outreach will be if he takes these nuclear documents and said, boy, I have some interesting information on the nuclear weapon locations for England. Be a real shame if Putin found out about, you know, like when does it come?

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Mark Levin: Joe Biden Is Not Going to Run for Re-Election

Mark Levin

01:35 min | Last week

Mark Levin: Joe Biden Is Not Going to Run for Re-Election

"Joe Biden is not going to run for reelection He has no intention of running for reelection He doesn't care what you think about him He doesn't even care if his party loses Do you want to know why Because he's perfected the ability to rule like a dictator For all our talk about dictators He's had more executive orders than any modern president His executive orders by one calculation Totally amount of $1.5 trillion $1.5 trillion By executive order he is destroyed diversity in this country Put in place racial preferences he has destroyed women's sports By endorsing the most radical and perverse element in our society destroyed women's sports He's working very very closely with the NEA and the AFT in destroying our classrooms And giving them paramilitary backup with the FBI and the Department of Justice All this without legislation He has spent a $1 trillion on welfare for students and former students who took out loans that were their obligation Redistributing wealth to his biggest voting block All without legislation

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Hong Kong to end mandatory hotel quarantine for travelers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Hong Kong to end mandatory hotel quarantine for travelers

"Hong Kong's to end mandatory hotel quarantine for travelers The territories leaders announced the city will no longer require incoming travelers to quarantine because of COVID fears in designated hotels after nearly two years The city wants to open up globally and remain competitive Chief executive John Lee has explained such travelers will also no longer need a negative PCR test within 48 hours before boarding a plane to Hong Kong instead they'll need to present a negative result from a rapid antigen test conducted 24 hours before their flight the measures will come into effect on Monday I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Property of Betty White on auction block this weekend

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Property of Betty White on auction block this weekend

"Personal items from the estate of actor Betty White will be auctioned outside Los Angeles this weekend I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Among the items that Julian's auctions will sell are Betty White's script from the 1985 pilot of Golden Girls and the wedding band she wore since she married TV personality Alan Ludden in 1963 But this is for wealthy collectors right Julian's executive director Martin Nolan says white wanted this to be an auction for fans Everything is within an affordable price range Most of the items in fact are priced two to 346 $100 The auction will start Friday in Beverly Hills California as well as online at Julian's live dot com

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Southern Baptists cut ties with LGBTQ-friendly church

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Southern Baptists cut ties with LGBTQ-friendly church

"The Southern Baptist executive committee has voted to effectively cut ties with two congregations One is college park baptist church in Greensboro North Carolina The LGBTQ friendly church had its self quit the denomination decades ago The other is amazing grace community church in franklinville New Jersey The executive committee cited a quote lack of cooperation to resolve concerns regarding alleged discriminatory behavior The votes came as the convention response to a consultant's report of sexual abuse in its churches The convention acknowledges that it's now under a Department of Justice investigation I'm Walter ratliff

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New York Attorney General Files Fraud Lawsuit Against Trump

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | Last week

New York Attorney General Files Fraud Lawsuit Against Trump

"Literally just in. In the last few moments actually, New York attorney general letitia James and let's remember we have to put context to this. This is someone that before she was even the attorney general. Had it out for president Trump. Full disclosure, I'm a former president Trump, senior hotel executive, interviewed with president Trump. I was hired directly by president Trump and for about two, three years, just prior to starting a career in broadcasting, which is 31 years now. I work directly with president Trump. But that doesn't mean I don't tell the truth about it. I just want to give you that disclaimer just to be more honest than the other side is. This individual letitia James ran as a candidate saying that she would get president Trump and everyone. In president Trump's orbit. Now, who does that? Who says that? This is America. Darn it. In America, there's supposed to be a crime committed, then you allege that someone has committed that crime, but they're in search of crimes with president Trump. Now, this is a civil matter, but it has very harsh words in it to make it appear that it is criminal in nature, but no matter what you hear about this as the day goes on and you can rest assured the Democrat media and you look at all these things that are just coincidentally happening right before weeks before the most consequential election since the Civil War. Look at all these things, all these deadlines, a Trump trial has to start by October 19th. No later. I mean, the world ends if it doesn't start by the 19th. This fake January 6th committee. You know they're going to be coming out with some kind of interim report, has to be before the election. Of course, but they're not political.

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The Consumer Welfare Standard Is for Your Protection!

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:30 min | Last week

The Consumer Welfare Standard Is for Your Protection!

"Took some flack from conservatives who bought the wrong argument here that antitrust was where you attack section two 30, which, you know, frankly, and I've talked about it on this podcast section two 30 has enough teeth in it right now to shut down the abuses that we're talking about. We just got a DoJ that doesn't want to prosecute the cases based on an old court case that they say they can't. That's just wrong. But this is where we've got to overcome it. How does your organization do that? How can we continue to get this message out that antitrust is there to say the consumer and yes, it protects them from the big bad companies, but it also protects our free enterprise system as we know it. Exactly. Again, I go back to, let's not talk about I don't talk about antitrust so much as I talk about the consumer welfare standard, which is the operating system, which drives antitrust enforcement now, which is what the courts. And the courts are the things that are is the branch of government that's protecting the consumer right now, because as you can see, Amy Klobuchar and the Democrats and want to tear down the consumer welfare standard. And they can do that just by passing a statute, changing the law. And then the courts have to follow what they do. Well, supposedly what they have to follow what they do. They don't always follow what they do. But the key here is for people to understand very simply that the consumer welfare standard is for your protection as the consumer and the economy and that there are different kinds of consumers, but that's what your protection is. It's by creating economic efficiency which drives prices and innovation and job creation and wealth creation. I mean, if you look at Joe Biden, I'm sorry for wandering off again, but Joe Biden issued 72 executive orders last year. All of government approach to competition. And he said, and he actually, this is what really rowed me. He named my father. He said, judge bork's experiment failed. And antitrust. Well, that was utter horse hockey. And, you know, I wrote a piece in the op-ed where I pointed out that the economy has grown three times in size, that there are more small businesses than ever before, the rate of growth of small businesses was enormous. He said that was not true. But Biden and the truth are two things that are not acquainted with each other.

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Make Sure You Check out 'Uncle Tom II'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Make Sure You Check out 'Uncle Tom II'

"Three. Portions of our show brought to you by Uncle Tom two. Now, to the left, the message in Larry elder's movie, that's their wap. They just can't believe that there's a black conservative who would tell a story about the culture of the cultural shift from prosperity, integrity, and faith to the current perceived state of anger, discontent, and victimhood. But that's what's happening with Uncle Tom two. Historical footage, photos, correspondence, data, check it out, the movie is available to Salem now dot com. Salem now dot com don't miss Uncle Tom two from executive producer Larry elder. It's a fascinating deep dive into the state of race relations and America today.

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Biden Administration Added $4.8 Trillion to Deficits

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden Administration Added $4.8 Trillion to Deficits

"Well this doesn't really fit in anywhere but you need to know about it Epic times one of the great sites CNS news and other great site But here at epic times a new report by the committee for responsible budget estimated that the policies the Biden administration has implemented through executive actions and legislative efforts will add about ready $4.8 trillion to deficits between 2021 and 2023 You know how Biden screams like a mental patient about how he's cut The deficit by 1.5 nobody knows where he gets set from Nobody Maybe gets it from doctor Jones When she's playing doctor and he's playing patient but he is a patient Even in the American rescue plan If they were removed from the equation The White House would still have contributed approximately 2.5 trillion Now the 4.8 try and consists of ready 4.6 train of new spending including 3 trillion from legislation 1.1 trillion from executive edicts How do you spend $1.1 trillion from executive edicts When the constitution is very specific about who passes spending bills Pay attention meritless Garland

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Ken Burns Compares Republicans to Hitler, the Holocaust

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Ken Burns Compares Republicans to Hitler, the Holocaust

"And so he's looking at what these Republican governors are doing and he compares it to Hitler The Germans Jim Crow What happened to the Jews Cut 9 go When it was critical for us to relieve the suffering of refugees coming from the Holocaust we did not do enough And it's on the administration at the time It's on the various executive departments It's on the Congress that had passed pernicious immigration laws in the 20 and it's on the people of the United States who had inherited the kind of toxic anti semitism anti immigrant sentiment the depression was happening There's racism in the country Hitler had admired the way we had taken care of our indigenous populations They studied our Jim Crow laws The German study our Jim Crow laws to fashion anti discrimination laws against the Jews

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Daily Wire: John Fetterman Didn’t Disclose 8 Properties He Owns

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Daily Wire: John Fetterman Didn’t Disclose 8 Properties He Owns

"Move on here the daily water this guy fetterman If he gets elected to the Senate then an orange juice can get elected to the Senate I'm not kidding Fetterman mocked Doctor Oz for owning ten properties Turns out federman owns 8 properties but didn't disclose them By Ben Z slough Pennsylvania lieutenant governor and democratic Senate nominee John fetterman didn't mention his 8 properties on federal financial disclosures Even though he has repeatedly mocked Republican rival doctor mehmet Oz for owning multiple real estate holdings according to a Tuesday release from the foundation for accountability and civic trust Candidates are required to submit a financial statement that provides a full and complete statement of their assets debts and income as well as any position help For any assets candidates must report the complete identity and category of value of any interest in property with a fair market value exceeding a $1000 as of the close of the reporting period The group determined from county court records federman owns 8 properties in Braddock Pennsylvania We served as mayor from O 6 to 2019 None of the properties appeared on its disclosure documents None of them Though many of the properties were to combine $108,000 or empty lots worth between ten and 20,000 One of the holdings was a building structure worth about 40,000 according to the report from the daily mail These properties don't produce any income They're not investment properties So John didn't need to disclose them His spokesman said but it's not true Here's all these properties should have been disclosed from mister FedEx personal finances Said the executive director of the foundation for accountability and civic trust Kendra Arnold

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The Biden DOJ Is in a Very Difficult Position

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

The Biden DOJ Is in a Very Difficult Position

"I'm continuing my discussion of classified information, the Mar-a-Lago raid, and whether the Biden DoJ is correct that they get to classify documents as secret or not, classified or not. They get to keep those documents that they classify as classified. Outside the purview of the so called special master who is being appointed to review these documents now, interestingly, the Trump lawyers point out in their brief that president Obama, this is the little bit of an irony Obama signed an executive order, laying out clearly the parameters for who controls classified information. And according to that executive order, signed by Obama, the president and the president alone has absolute authority to declassify any information at his or her discretion. Number two, the president can decide himself whether a document is personal or presidential. In other words, the personal documents are documents that Trump gets to keep. The presidential documents are documents that go to the archives, but who decides whether a document is one or the other. And the answer is Trump is the ultimate decider. And if this is true, it basically blows the whole rationale for the FBI raid out of the water.

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Richardson visits Moscow as Griner, Whelan remain jailed

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Richardson visits Moscow as Griner, Whelan remain jailed

"The U.S. is continuing the push to free two Americans being held in Russia A source tells the AP former UN ambassador Bill Richardson was in Moscow this week and met with Russian leaders last month Richardson told the AP WNBA star Brittany griner should be freed I think she has the right strategy of contrition a good legal team Griner was sentenced last month to 9 years in prison in a drug possession case There's going to be a prisoner swap though and I think it'll be two for two involving Paul Whelan We can't forget him Whelan is a corporate security executive from Michigan serving a 16 year sentence on espionage related charges Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced in July the U.S. has made a substantial proposal to Russia to work out a swap Ed Donahue Washington

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Chad Jackson of 'Uncle Tom 2' Shares His Story

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Chad Jackson of 'Uncle Tom 2' Shares His Story

"About your story, why your story was part of the first movie. Yeah, so I'm an entrepreneur here in Dallas, started my company when I was about 25, 26 years old. I started it as a small plumbing company and was able to grow it to a relatively large company at the same time I was involved in the Dallas county Republican Party. And so Justin Malone, who's a director of Uncle Tom. He was looking for stories that he could use, and this documentary that he was putting together. And so his assistant writer and cell called me one day and said, hey, we're doing this film. Would you be interested in being interviewed for it? And so I agree to do that. They were able to then take that footage along with a couple of other Dallas conservatives and show it to folks like Larry elder, Larry decided to become an executive producer for the film, which gave just an access to other more prominent black conservatives. And so the rest, as they say, is history.

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"executive." Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

PDX Executive Podcast

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"executive." Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

"So that's been really helpful. Nice yeah. I think the news checking for me had sort two. There are two reasons why i would do it. One is that sense of like. I've got a. You know differentiate myself as a thinker consultant business owner or nonprofit executive. So feeling like i was aware of the trends in what's happening in the world right like an. If anyone has ever lived in new york or california you can tell like even more intense get you know. I mean of course portland like that sketch from portland area. Have you read. That was so funny right but it is culture like are you awake. Are you paying attention. You know And then the other piece. I think that's coming for me. Is i really deeply. Care about social justice. And i you know. There's a feeling around not watching the news. That makes me concerned that. I might put my head in the sand and not be paying attention away. That's important for the things i care about so the first one. I'm like okay enough. You know i can say to myself like don't you don't need to always be on a you don't have to know everything But the second one one of the things that we've done in our family is actually You know when. George floyd was murdered and we were spending a lot of time like inquiring in our own family about how we wanna show up for the things we care about. We actually mean like a social justice family plan where we sat down as a family and talked about our values and we talked about what matters and so we have a much more consistent set of habits and things that we give to and you know ways that volunteer so it feels less. I have to be on the hook to the to the momentary changes. And i feel like i'm connected to the things that really matter. Thanks for sharing. That i think that's amazing and Obviously like to have a follow up. Conversation as we re emerge buy into you know important to know things like how we handle that 'cause it was getting pretty not helpful. And i hate to be totally ignorant of what's going on but it was not healthy at all. So i think You sharing how. You're integrating that too with your family's super cool Well it's a couple of things before we go a southbound hikes. He said a lot of times. You you know you. You're doing your best worker. Thinking work on thing hikes like hikes. You know i love that. I think about everyday my guys go for a long walk and probably help me but i gotta do this. I got into the so. What are some of your favorite hikes. You can share her. Yeah locally well same even though like. I know that this thing is true about the hike and how much i mean. I is such a important experience to like. Be touch with our own league vitality as humans inexperienced joy and it's an antidote to burn out and stress. It it just you know you're when you're burnt out your your The app on your camera gets really narrow so being in spaces that are bigger that you can witness the world is like really important so anyway the the hike that i recommend to you This week is in trial creek. The horse trails right now are like lit up in yellow like cool. I mean it kind of looks like the gold. The on the yellow brick road in You know a wizard of oz. Because there's this kind of tree. And i don't take my phone on walks. Actually i actually leave it in the i gonna say car just but because i know you're you're as well no i but i leave my phone behind and i like walk into the woods and it really doesn't take much more than thirty seconds for me to just really feel like i'm dropping into a completely different mindset And then i've just allowed myself to kinda let thoughts come you know. I've a workshop coming up or a coaching session. That i really want to think about like i give myself permission to just kinda deeply think about it But also dislike say hi to other hikers. There's a feeling of This really being connected something else something. That's very real. Yeah yeah. I think that little tip even like not bringing your phone. Even if you're like i'm not gonna just gonna was no podcast or music. I've started doing that too at in the evenings right. Take my dog for a long walk. Just won't bring my phone and it's amazing. How little thing has helped me. Get your on me before we go. Just i've been thinking a lot about taking an extended break. I've talked to folks who have taking a Professional sabbatical or have nyc extended break. Maybe it's like you know four weeks five weeks What's your thoughts on those. Have you ever done it You know if you have any tips for people who they wanna take that time to do. 'cause i've never seen harry m you know twenty years in my fresh life long ways to go. I got two kids. i'll be working forever But i've never taken three or four weeks off. So yeah yes. I have taken time off I think you know and this is you know this is the coach is like what are you looking for. What what would what do you want to walk away from this experience learning about. Maybe not like you don't have to take a productive mindset in two words like i have to figure something out. You don't have to write hamilton while you're reading churn. Now on the beach branded. Take that stress off immediately. But like what are you you know in terms of your relationship with your cell. He relationship to work. Like what are some of the conversations you want to have with yourself would be a question and If if if this is an experiment like an experiment in relaxation. Doing lana noticing about that like getting out journal. Like talking talking with yourself talking with your partner about you know what really does feel relaxing because when you discover in this were weeks can be taken out for the rest of your life and so like you know noticing it I think you're listening to some people who are really If you're gonna maybe switching your podcast lists to people who really know how about rest or people who really know about getting super soulful just to add something new into know your makeup. Thanks so much for the free coaching and advice. I i Is my secret ploy for the conversation. But now i appreciate that and that's really powerful to be like a pay attention. If you do take the time. I think that's i've always struggled with that. So k. Working folks find more about you and the work you do and an find you and some of your workshops and other things. So i'm on linked in addis only piece. That's the only type of social media idea do deleted everything else off my phone and out of my life and then i have a website which is just kate. Cockerel dot com and Yeah they can email me or you know. There may be a link i guess from podcast go definitely include that in the show notes to your your sites. Okay really appreciate it. Thanks so much. Thank you the pd. Ex-executive podcast is a production of cast. Your portland oregon. Podcast agency that partners with brands to create custom. Podcast you can learn more at that. Cast dot com. And please take a moment to subscribe and rate the podcast as.

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"executive." Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

PDX Executive Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"executive." Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

"It's pretty. I try to be really accessible to people and my my email is on the website by end. Are the our partners that are attorneys that are helping businesses get started Around the state there's The people like brian vieira at Central oregon and band on the inadco is great resource for sending companies to us that he knows were looking for. He's part of our group in a good sense of how to win companies appropriate. I got it. Yeah and and and you thing people say about portland. Ice thing is really true as we're all like one degree away from knowing everybody in the community and a lot of ways so i can see that being really powerful but at the same time little over overwhelming as well so how is ob f evolves and. I mean that by just the structure because we if you look at other venture capital firms. They've kind of transformed from just like again writing a check. But really almost like a full-service mentoring helping people get talent. Is that part of what you do. Or Yeah yes so. I mean if you go all the way back when when i pitched a venture oregon angel fund at the time on they invested about a million dollars a year. There was thirty seven people The average child will be two hundred thousand dollars and And what's happened over the last ten years that's really grown so this year dust up fifteen million dollars while hundred eighty members and with that. We're doing more of like you said so. We're we have an addition to myself. There's there's Virus general partners. I'm we have a full-time person now. Compton whose job is to is portfolio success. What does that mean that means. How do we help Help them with recruit how to help. The company's recruiting with strategy planning With binding customers with a lot of that kind of A lot of recruiting and looking for jobs comes by us. You wanna work with startups. We have the network. And we've we near constantly working the dr companies deserving. What we're going to tell them. How can we help you right. And i mean i think you know matt who be met once but i mean he's really well known here for companies he's been a part of b before so that's great to have that plugged in and connected and i would think that'd be a big draw for people wanted to go with the f. b..

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"executive." Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

PDX Executive Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"executive." Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

"I love working with leaders. And i hope that the the president's here for grain grows it's great to be able to meet in person with folks. We are hiring for role right now. I'm as you know had growth. I'm over both marketing and customer success. Right now and so. We don't have sales. We do have much success. People who you know meet with our clients and make sure that they understand a and getting the most value out of it as well as of serving this customer support function. So we're hired for that role right now. We're right in the middle of that Talking to a number of great candidates. And then i think the next steps will be probably some engineering roles. That will be hard for later. Definitely encourage people to visit websites know. There's the about us page and see if any roles kind of pop up We do see kind of a bright year ahead of us as like remote work continues to be important. I think it's a good time for your products. I'm open yeah. Well jeff appreciate it. Congratulations on the launch and really excited just to follow along. And i'm going to use the tool for podcasting. Maybe not its intended use. But i think it'll be really valuable for for folks like me who are just kind of a team of one or two. So thanks again thank you. It's been amazing talking to you too. That the pd executive podcast a production of that cast portland oregon. Podcasts agency that partners with brands to create. Custom podcast you can learn more at that. Cast dot com. Please take a moment to subscribe and rate the podcast as well.

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PDX Executive Podcast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

"We're we're actually in some places it's better online you would. I found this is a participant and running sam because i've been using miro out the such great tool. You have to be more present. Like i get done with an online meeting or event and i'm like i'm way more wiped out than if i was in person talking to fifty people which is just kind of blows me away a little bit so i love that advice as we wrap up here the future of entrepreneurship. What's it gonna look like not that. I hate asking futures questions but it's also kind of fun so we feel it's becoming essential. Its its lease to think of it as something separate from a career. Whether that career was you know was a lawyer. A doctor. A business person now. We feel like almost every discipline almost every pursuit should have an entrepreneurial element And that you know. We actually think they're probably going to be new words and new phrases. That will come along to talk about this. Yeah i would say to that. It's it's it's Intricately linked with storytelling. So i would I would offer this advice to anybody who wants to be an entrepreneur or more. Entrepreneurial is being to tell your story. Well it's it's so it's so important and there. There are many people we met who were doing. Great great things but because they didn't know how to tell their story to us. We didn't exactly know how to bridge that gap and tell their story to the world right. Those are skills. I'm trying to teach my five year old we started. I know this is ridiculous. We started a little business and like that. Storytelling pieces is huge. So i'm gonna take advice from you. Well jonathan susannah. Thanks so much. The book is entrepreneurs faces how makers visionaries an outsider succeed. Is it available yet. Or is this still preorder out on amazon. But you can also find it on our website. The entrepreneurs faces dot com and take the quiz and it will. We love hearing back from people about their type. Yeah so you'll have to follow back up with after. I have to focus. Look at him again will be more than one. It's okay okay. i love that. Well thanks so much. The pd ex-executive podcast is a production of that cast portland oregon podcast agency that partners with brands to create custom. Podcast you can learn more that casts dot com and please take a moment to subscribe and rate the podcast as well.

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Executive Matters

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Matters

"As a business leader, there seems to be a lot of Demand on your time. So are you relaxed as you find time to relax relax home, but same giant time with the family. Okay. I I relaxed watching football on television or talking about football with friends or my son's okay, relax, a grabbing a book and reading so quite number of things just by the code that are still possible to do by way of relaxation in pristine. Most of the Business Leaders that we have spoken to they all say that they relax by grabbing a book and apart from all the things, you know that they used to relax. You know, why do you think that is a common Trend among Business Leaders? I guess it's the quest or the hunger for knowledge that on. Guys always there. So if you don't have such an important thing to do no meetings, then you have some time to spare. What are they need to do that? You grab a book and just enjoy it and sometimes you know because business people tend to read a lot and buy a lot of books quite often there is off on finished part of the book, you know, you grab and chew part of it. Now, you put it aside you take another one to come back it next time. So there's a craving so when you have some time you grab a book and it's quite satisfied as well interesting apart from you know, being able to use book to relax. How do you motivate yourself does book has sucked into playing that as well I think so. I mean that books tend to inspire you a lot. If you are one reading either business books or reading biographies log. But Business Leaders that you you tend to be provoked as this packing you, you know, read this was no question about it. But also the things that Inspire Presley's you have set goals yourself objectives that at every and you're taking on them and there's always a pile of them on done. So that's a sauce not as satisfying separation is the kind of goals of preoccupation that you have set for yourself. If you are dealing with Social Services here dealing with wage and courses that are close to you whether they'd be attacked later honey, or whether these are costs that cost you are committed to that is outside of the house. There is a girl so inspiration for you that at every point you have to remind yourself or you're reminded of you know goals on attended and then of course as you look at home, A business you think about it? And there's always something undone. So I don't think that we are dates that you are ever lacking inspiration. There is another command track and among Business Leaders personally that I have noticed, you know ability to be able to set new goals every now and then, you know appears to be another way of motivating themselves. You made a lot of point, but why is he Trend among Business Leaders, you know business itself and even the business environment are the economy at large is dynamic. So there's no wait time when you thought it was solid and so you've you've conquered never unless of course it did that. We retire Last Breath. There's always a new A New Hope for you. There is always a knock on your dog is always a call upon you to seven one capacity or another there is always a new way to do even the things you did yesterday. There is always something And that you have not achieved. So this is common with Business Leaders who are forward-looking fantastic. If you are to change one thing in your current job industry, what would that be? I think it would be precisely how we engaged with audits. We got into this business that's very presumptuous that we we built into the person is almost with the feeling that every day today given the digitalization. We are finding that way really to so among journalists the greatest number of people who believed everything but now we're finding we know nothing and for those who know that already that's I don't know what can call it the convention or to call it a way of life for an approach wage. In a profession is maintenance on his head. So we are now humbled accepting that there is a lot more that will need to know if we must bow AR Channel. It takes a lot of strength to be able to add minutes. Especially at the time that journalism is a difficult road. If I may. And you know also the points that denomination is most needed, you know in the history of mankind looking at a couple of things are happening. Globally. Are you going about you know going in and out on a daily basis truth is you do this on an ongoing basis? There isn't anyone not even in any of the established media organizations where there has been a measure of success in digitalization where anyone would beat his chest and said, he knows everything you're discovering things as you go the people who have done great studies before they start off. If they are those who just say, well you take a dive and we'll get to see how well we can swim in the water. So and there's no one who's right. There's no one who's wrong because in the end as I say, they taste of the food in his office, so your success and your success alone is the only determinant not any book not any philosophy or Theory. It is your success or failure that determines whether you have succeeded of fastest available interesting. All right, let's go a bit bigger right now looking at the current Outlook of Africa in terms of the potential of the continent the opportunities and of course the difficulties across several Industries and Sarah, you know areas on the continent. What are your opinions? I'm hopeful about wage worker and you know, Africa is an interesting continent before the pandemic you saw a number of countries. That we're already beginning to push the right buttons there were beginning to move in the right trajectory. And even in the pandemic situation that we are in you are finding that some countries are more better than the others and it depends largely on how well they wear before the pandemic can you know where you are going and driving in a car 100 kilometers an hour and you are going when you get to the hill you tend to get a bit more as you age send a.

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Executive Matters

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Matters

"And before going to commercial for less than what I thought of doing was to finish my secondary school and then go and teach in primary school was my world much as I could dream exactly because and this reflects something because the chitchat been in the Village Voice next to the Village head. It was it was it was he was such an important personality because it's paid was probably a little better than that or the blade head. If you're able to get the best house you live in the best environment the best quote he can buy everything off. so so you the impression is if your every single day is given to by the child, I progress my education in secondary school and then realize that there are other things that one can do the site features and that's the education and just designed and, from this modest humble background in the village in my secondary school. I can talk about these things and all then it's not about I'm saying this all sense of loss suggest to describe how things have changed the same type of child from the same place has more chance to drop that off this type of the children that we were in the same class, please Because at that time even if you have this.

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Executive Matters

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Matters

"To copy from But like I said the challenge. Is how do they deal with those distractions around the various capacities that I see two for information technology long as.

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Executive Matters

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Matters

"Lack of intellectual capability to think and come and transformed into a productive consonants oftentimes. We sell crude items even higher crude oil change. Rob and Crofts and adapter culture that produced and then import final finished products if wage I've had the funding and bridge the gap between raw materials and finished products that is going into production hadn't values. So here is Asus we have been endowed with that will position Africa as one of the greatest consonants in the world. Okay wage, so we are living in very unpopular times right now with the coronavirus. What would you say is the lesson you have taken away from you know, this long time that we are living in all a lesson that you think everyone should take away from this. Yeah already. Everybody has lumps lessons wage. Coverage. In fact I would say if not for the death and a lot of people that were sick and a lot of businesses that we're negatively impacted. I would say covid-19 is a copy of blessings and designs that it helps just to think outside the box. Today as we speak. I mean my house I have another I have a notice at home. We don't we work virtually home. I'll start working from the Acura services. Okay, very few people and in the in the office adapter out of it about a thousand times 25 1/4 adults. If you go to our office today Monday 31st, August guys, no way you could end up to 10 people okay in the office, so it is provided at a lot was possible even working remotely we discovered that we were even more mature enough to what can remotely and so what was the purpose of somebody living in Nashville are going to Victoria Island off? All the traffic and what have you by the time you get in there as lost two hours going back home, maybe another 2,000 hours did not sleep five hours spent on the road that going to be productively engaged on the job or even for him to relax and be better even though it's working. Okay. So these are things that we we have seen even going forward Beyond complete. We definitely will be doing things differently than we had been towed in the office at all. Maybe at maximum 25% capacity. Okay, so and the time it's okay so lightly will be working remotely. I'm not asking that quit as thought everyone was that during the I locked that a lot of businesses really went on that because the only ways and means that will transact was physically off and when everywhere was unlocked them, they could not run. So that is driving a lot of innovation which has hath does to see how we can did you find this support organizations to work remotely? So the Rival to some of them were able to liberate on that product and wage factors also driving our plans now to move all our platforms to the cloud by the end of the month of September that virtually all our products will be available to do your work van Cloud infrastructure. So business models also turn off. Thank you. Okay, so our and Industry today when that our financial challenges organizations times to log in the in the don't want to spend on medical expenditures. So one of the things we are doing to address that is by faith adapted my business model. So give them a subscription-based platforms that they will not be required to put every and months and months and I'm from dispatch so they could get online and get a job start and transform their businesses with that happened to be looking for noon to acquire the services and technologies that we provide so change your business model.

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Executive Matters

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Matters

"Home phone by very large Nigerian banks that have subsidiaries across Africa, but now it's also branched out and get some bands that outside of Nigeria. Yeah speaking of Africa, how would you describe Africa in terms of where the continent crowd is and it's what is potentials are and where it should be just like Nigeria is Africa one of the things off. I'd say when it'll draw in Africa is first to believe in ourselves. Women's of looking work and believe in ourselves. The problem of Nigeria is replicated across Africa. Everybody looking for flooring things and then we average foreign Nations despite the abundance of resources that we have both human and natural resources. We aren't able to put up these resources to really really up lived there, make life of the continent. So the we have great potentials. We are blessed with natural resources that blessed with human capital, you know, that will turn actually briefly fridge.

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Executive Matters

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Matters

"Make sure made so epic a decision and then that I would plunge into Information Technology, right and then since then and took interest in it as I move in that Administration, that's not that point we can be add of financial control that I used technology to automate quite a number of things and use that limited to write off. All of our programs that helped us as an organization to solve some of the challenges we were having even with the bank insisted that we're using them and the company gave me an award for Innovative contributions to upgrade that shipment of the organization. So all of this, you know was nights in my passion off as of my next job was to manage put Financial control and information technology and a bank and down quite a number of applications. We wrote then gave me insights to dig deeper to solve problems of the So eventually when I left banking system in 2005, the burning passion with them is was to start Bump me in the eye serum. And so outside consultancies Services were started as a consultancy Services providing financial and Technology consulting services, and I'll actually moved on you know, the company started in 2006. And as we progressed the technology package of the business was getting far more problems and because the passion was really very strong and is very very strong as we know time. We began to rise mission-critical applications supporting bands and other financial services that players as I took them in the back office activities, like financial reporting apartment management and budgeting and you know, such a application out. That helps them and the back office. So the application side of the business blue so much that it was necessary that wage we transformed into a limited liability company is supposed to be frank and then we wanted also to match the song brand new with the operator name and track software the ranks of three hours a brand. We have not played for our various products. Then also fact we incorporated different fax software to take over the software business from fansites consultancy Services sometimes in 2015. So today I will have done about the twelve thirteen years now as an organization and our dog Applications both in the back office and now also in the front of these that's in the business person Ram Nation could go after officials are banks to submit their activities first landing and the full-fledged banking system, but then we have all been canceled and Country and the globe background check software. Okay. So today we argue about pets in commercial Banks and about seven or eight Margaret pants and three insurance companies. So that is the story and then and there will also made inroads into adapter countries off with Out product residents in the cloud and will not return countries today and some of these.

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Executive Matters

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Matters

"So thanks once again for being with us this afternoon. Thank you. So first off let's start with how do you relax? Wow, I I I prefer to sleep because I'm really sleep time is not very it's not so much. So I mean 10:30 lacks. I want to sleep if I have plenty of time like up to two hours. I could think of Glen Templeton Thursday if I have one around talking about a long time relaxation. Might be considering traveling on early days as I believe cuz so those are the ways I tried to access some brake. Okay, if you could change one or more things in your particular industry, what will it all those things be? Yeah. I'm in the information off of G industry. That's software development industry. One of the things that would love to change has to do with what has been home in the economy and the country we seems to have instituted boo propensity to import things and that we are thinking also include the software industry. So you discovered that private-sector organizations and even public sector players government wage. And everybody's posturing unimportant a 14 even those things that we have better versions of technically just enriching foreign Nationals and that gives me now and restaurant and polarized and argues unemployed. That is the biggest thing that is crying for Change and wage been advocates in for that change.you may take some time but changes coming also Liberation on the body language of the college administrators front of the the federal government's trying to reorient States towards local contacts. So that is a step in the right direction, which if they can really work to talk this nation would be better for it. There's always need for self encouragement self-motivation off. Your part how do you motivate yourself? Yeah, I try to motivate Myself by certain very high goals and then home stretch to accomplish them sort of throwing the ball and running fights. So accomplishment of these goals and our Pro 5 Samsung satisfaction and fulfillment good example of that on the area side. It was sometimes in two thousand and three. I looked at my credentials and apart from experience and with a few yes. I've been by that time had been chartered accountant for off some 30s or more. I looked at it. What have I had it? So now then add that pacified include Information Technology, right? And I looked at it's learning go for the top-rated credentials and information technology as I've been stood and three major certification. One of them was see is that since birth the second one was he is and has certified information security manager and invite one was cissp certified Information Systems security professional and was dancing gold and I gave myself a deadline of that 2003 to accomplish that page and by the end of year if I accomplish them all okay, so and then in the corporate world, our mission is to be the word choice. One Enterprise solution providers sometimes when I share this position to potential clients in the demo slash. Sometimes they laugh sometimes the laugh access to come out of their eyes. Possibly. They couldn't imagine how an insurance company and dream to be the worst. Number one Enterprise solution providers parent multiple attached to accomplish and they would might think I work in my dream I woke that's been threats of yeah, we are going to accomplish that interesting in that same line of what you just discussing show with us, you know your journey to where you currently are. Now, how did it all begin? You know from what's the origin story that led to Thursday? Currently are right now as far as an accountant and nineteen eighty-nine as qualified as the and so nineteen ninety-eight and all right. I was working in Northeast fans and what have you so practically an account lights and turn off the noises fron the way I was working the senior partner decided to computerize and I was the manager of that month and the managing partner was not really compelling interest but decided that we should analyze our activities and you simply just traveled Off Road in Broad set of objects and looked at me and said used manager because our computers for you to computerize activities a khong You can crash cause a lot to 1 to 3:10 which some form of spreadsheets and so we were trained on it as well. I picked that too long and I decided to dig deeper and Japan to find to it as just internet.

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Executive Moms' Stories

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

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"executive." Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

Executive Moms' Stories

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

"I would. I would say that it cannot be very fashion. Forward are sort of most of the plans that we have but market grants in India trend followers not trendsetters in India. Old anywhere else. What gets fasten like when it comes from. Ram must produce in some particular elementary skins. The initial total artist. I wouldn't to because I think killers are the restore would but yes we interact if to make it more. Look more commercially. The I would say the always needs to be something which kickstarts the inspiration. You definitely need something. Which show is very inspirational and drives gotten new song? Benepe that is The cat walks a lot of times. Lord of designers also have the Nine which is more sellable commission so those garments a lot more inspired from your institution of from your team this not the basic different. Our a difference I would say. Is that the ranges injury present. Or how will you enroll her into defend activities? Oh yes she is fashionable. She's she's a very demanding childhood. It comes to boot you know. Her likes and dislikes the kind of things that she wants to via annoyed. Because my work such a lot of work from home in terms of mighty mite designs and she always commerce that you know. What are you on that we have a look and inputs? Yes she's quite Stuff menu.

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Executive Moms' Stories

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

"Me. Yeah airport short so they come back in. Your is used makeup in the morning when on was a because she wanted to do that and she wants to be wanted her in the same life. I not and breezy within your policy. And then she says and does about mention. Our science part of Iraq did for every every keeping you know It is it is just the Mendez's with it People at the healer teams. You people color because I see so warm. Nice Nice on society this nineteen humane on my knees up in San Francisco and you on. Just which is I mean. And then there's the unity deductible since Grayson to those grades though insurance reading about should be you don't actually put it here. I can support in appreciate stance with them up with Nice. She is unique property. Which is the hands with? So you mean cutting pretty skis. I'm living height of setting mark. Some Eagle School school. I these are these continents that she has it has night are very strange. Wants should hang out with whatever help? Run either designed struggle. There's running scratchy. Wanted to has been connect issues or you can hear or able to help people Let's Matt or domestic issues. She had one type of the team has of files of. What's on the borders? Are these funds first? Nice of you to finance for her. Says woman has stuff is just lie expectation on nine hundred not doing something addicted agos idea what. League cheater all she does. He I stock up. I on a a through off of the fact you better not of tax so then I I make something. That's the prices he thinks. Resume saying I I. It had one thousand jobs back from that guy used to handle operations Now I I do a lot of marketing stuff or she goes on Mars just my for. She used in managing more solutions. Who of course if you'd be writing to us they decide As well from you know from from Texas occasion use them and ready to go for most of the clients who was outsourcing outsourcing more they give us outsourcing love redeploy these ladies who fix on death row using governing connection and work for these companies and look on our so. They have to understand how you know their issues. They have to take care of the children. They can article on want to work. They want to earn money. Actually Very Important Susan. Women are women their encores and they get a workplace violence. Also this he goes about it. It's a nice thing that makes the process. Customer Service Recess. And all that. It's nice so I'm under manager marketing for Marshall. As so this led the hood have to a senator updated in June the intermitten holy daycare and physically mentally and holy going to allow you do offense after nine goose sixteenth birthday. That's early I you know I think in the morning I was my says something. No puffy do exercise or eat can vote. Then it's stuff ready for the function up. The you know. Get Getting Mak- Jedi school. I'll husband hitting his stuff ready for his authors like I also on our roster was institution for the Aids then after that I I again as we. I need something I knew I I I like reading stuff about what's GonNa Happen. I connect with friends. I through their food as you know. That's how I keep my sense of freshness the kind of situation that's happening on the knowledge or is required for by both meeting and industrial bogue or the website. Must be for you I I I right. There's no such blog. Earn a panel so but the these such fused with serve package. Mica you resolve. We kinda see this and you know it's something I need to know about. I starting to achieve on the I use. I see You know high Freddie this concept and draw nicest arena burns and this is connect all slash was there and I think not you know each on. But I keep thinking southbound not too know I will be reading I would for fiction. That's something I've either ignition for the listeners into books I own awesome is that right. More far-sighted eventual Forgot my even for that. My recent finished my Non Highly lose any so input and been like city. You did ready ending defeated Joe for you leanings. Dieting were expedient we can go put off but Reputa- so thank you for taking time and we hope and he stayed in the spend any any any. Did you would like to believe the women. Just these you don't you'll you'll be there than ever. You wanted to be but just probably the dice and that is holidays. Thank you can get some adaptable Daniels. So take advantage of this stay tuned to exude amount stories. We would love to hear from you for any feedback out to be guest on our show you can reach us at. Uc Mom stories. Angie DOT COM or on execute demaim stories fees..

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Executive Moms' Stories

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

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Executive Moms' Stories

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

"Mean to be human the second thing which I warned him do on his Stay positive Whatever the situation Because there is definitely a there would be someone positive aspect of it so wanting to but my father taught me. Does you know what's in whatever situation you are. You always need to remember more than be needed. Two years and be Mating Vanilla would have been I gotta that if bed diesel you'd like the Senate was also telling me the guy's only call covert thing on my mom whatever. It is definitely end. Many go higher curve. So you know staying positive the game Liza things and apart from that. I want him to learn that his own happiness should be the Should be the most strategy. When I say that it doesn't mean that you need to be selfish but of course it has a link to what I said before that. Be Human and all those. I try to be kind when you try to help those. Sometimes you you you on the back for. That should not be happening. Your own happiness is should be again. You can keep it. The people have. Maybe you know you've been back right. Maybe maybe you can help those To be without meaning remotivate. He Needs Christine happy with staples. It needs to be a human you in getting these have been in. Learn what they see so he sees me My state of you know my behavior over the Safavi. This and he spends most of the time he gets inspired. Because Momma on North so whatever I do what I say is you know is a Bible for him. He saw one thing is that another. I then him all the motivational inspiration motor used for everyday everyday. I need to tell him not to eat. And then set situation gums. Like he's being maybe he's heard I mean not physically but mentally also uses sixty. Thank you so even if I drive a discipline in then. I need to give him reasons. I need to just meaning to the more of of getting more of these things to our kids through for them to understand the world in that rate incomes and different holy into his language. He's ordered Gary name he on this tour I mean to say I mean if I get up and I'll put these in that light. He needs to do. Let's say he didn't WanNa do music last so maybe if he would not like it doing for two three months. I've not working doing that but initially I just driving spanning the see Mama Eddie doesn't know how to play any musical instruments and just giving you an example so those who there are very few people around us one on how keyboard so if you learn it Maybe you would like it. Maybe vineyard says new would be. I mean I won't say they don't but I would say that music is shooting For everyone then he would loan he would be and then he would like to go because they need to also so we can explain them example. If he's not very to study at times that I need to say if you study you'll see your neighbors on what they do because they haven't studied so they have to walk. That begins. They'll to get Hearing that even that you choose what you want to want to go to office name mandate or do something good for your like. He's he wants to become an engineer or something. So you WANNA be clear. What he wants to live could great. So if you view would not have been an engineer than what you would have been part of our get. Yeah probably I would like to be a doctor advice. I always liked doctors to juvenile. So and the dog does when the friendly and can be nurses all security and many of them are also working moms. So what would your message to them and other moms? Who are working from home like you were going fantastic jaws. Being a MOM and working in such a situation is something very very inspirational and a mind. Amazing thing Richard Wing so please keep doing it and of course this to show. Yeah THIS GRADE WAY TO END. It seem thank you very much. Thanks for digging up and be that you stay if and only near and dear was also happy. Thank you thank you so much. Go to be for giving me this abortions to be with you on this Podcast and Yeah everybody should stay home. And Stacey thank you the Dylan contribution. Thank you working moms. Give that actions but don't force your kids. Time will them but yes do make them good human being have a wonderful time and stay tuned to execute mom stories. We would love to hear from you for any feedback ought to be guest on our show you can reach us at. Emc Mom stories at Jimmy Dot com or on exit. You too mom stories facebook page..

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"executive." Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

Executive Moms' Stories

11:33 min | 2 years ago

"executive." Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

"Share it with that Office boy are writing. That has really helped out absolutely absolutely spent. I figured out the solution to this. How do you play the role from pile between your two kids as they must be bringing lord of situations to you? I think the hell first of all I think really working mom. You have to be highly highly organized. Because you have less time and you have too many things so I stopped my early because I really clear that. By eight o'clock my mouth out and so my morning. Thank deputy important so everyone goes by himself. You know when I got on the The doctor work so I each office generally by thirty eight fourteen. I get a quick jain before everyone walks into the thing so I'm just curious to understand. How early do you mind telling you the time I reach offers valid only fourteen all right by ten? I did all my stuff. Which would have made me stay back long. And I automated mighty and ideally Buckeyes it into the important dodging all. So I'll buy ten million walks into the office. No you know the regular Volkstaat and I do I ensure that I finish everything which is very gent on very important before six and after six I have stayed back if there is something which cannot be able to next so by back six to six forty five or six forty as a buffer. Jackie for myself so that you WANNA teach baffled by seventy again seventy nine footy is a time which I completely dedicate to that. We have in the House that we have to have enough together so my son comes from football. My girls at home at that point in time we have the early around eighty together. I hear good extorting something school which I do things and you know. I beat the dental nine thirty to completely go off to bed and after nine put took then I just go for a walk and I come back by ten so that is how I manage the both box of the what my world and I think I haven't changed any I haven't faced any for so many years I am able to deliver equally on both sides of into context of war. We talk a lot about culture. How do you see it? And how do you think weekend said the right culture for optimal results? I think the focus has been on the outcomes and not on the activities or tying spanked unfortunately if you look in India that Many times Ah spending too much dying on video listings and which doesn't help us to be efficient and a working woman can not effort to be not to be efficient so I think by setting expectations that I could our managers with our team members and even stay cooler really had to be I will say on the track and doesn't deal you and again we like going back to my first point. It all starts with setting right expectations now. The question is why should sound. Listen to your expectations. I think if you are up to fashion who has a track called delivering people will listen dealing expect. And that's what I have experienced throughout my career accepting for wondered cases. I never faced a charge because they were very clear that end of the day. Things will not fall between the cracks. And she will do. How do you take time out for yourself? I think We tend to the time where Jerry time for myself because sometimes from Monday to Friday. 'cause Donna Sixty five. I have become a machine of which is a kind of a shocked by the clock in the weekends. Of course I get a little late And in the morning when my school for different glasses I have time for myself. I make a cup of Coffee. I sit down I read. I have no one to talk me and in the evening also announced say six to eight and they are not around have become big things. I'd be myself that I feed or I go for that. So that is how I make time for my favorite show ready field with this that these are the slots on the weekends. We are not supposed to describe. So what's the kind of support system you have created around your service? I think he will fight. Mickley a very important role explicit expectation setting within that I will be but there will be. Sometimes I think you have to manage For example if during the weekdays there's a board something which is really important and I knocked at home. I clearly managed we managed in between do he has to be on dying back home so that is one part of it. You how also you know someone who is a hating my kids there who walk. She's a after injury chic with John. She feels very I would say anthony stick with me and she sees me. That is the Fox. She had extent than to it. So I think with these things My sense I tried to fill in by someone who can be equally or I will say near to me for them those points in time but then I am around. I Make Radi clear mice. Thanks I don't want to zoom myself with I will say non quality things and I see more on quality. What does that mean painting making up? No I won't talk about the stations with my kids. I want to check with him. The moment you do that automatically you will see that you'll be asked because as humid. Sometimes you have a challenge that you weren't everything from improper but then you have balancing between the two votes. You have to let go some back and you get an integral non-qualified security you can make those things which doesn't have a major impact on your just media hygiene an expedition facto. Who's your role models at all? I had to very early on my career My Mental Angelina. She's not related to me. But does she says she was advice. Dan and I had actually banned up low complexity bank and I remember as an endorsement. I had a chat because I had told her that I've watched too. I didn't end. I never want to give up my wife and I want to continue. I think of my conversations with her at that point in time really healthy as they kicked doing Michael Us They never I ethics stated or a bit strength. I will just message. I'm getting a check. I think. She's a huge huge influence on my life and I were not to fall today to. How do you would say invest the time that is left with you on Sunday nor do you read something or you know? Do you right. So how do you take care of the time that's available with you on weekends so I do two things one foresight because that's my passion I keep an eye on things which I announced we but that it has to do with politics whether it is with the break and I am writer to people matters. I have published white people so that is one of my rain. I love my team. Teams continue to be enriched and I will say heavy thinking thing I do is I meditate. Because you know when you walk twenty four by seven and you're working clock you ended up. She gets somehow this balance. I think meditation really helps. Because it helps my energy to Steve Gum and it also helps me to take all the I would say And then she sat us off. Talks things in my mind out and speak balance. I think how I spent my time than what I have to thank for myself. Booking mom what message you would like to give our listeners I think the first messaging. You're not you're wrong. Because be given in a strengthen not weaken. This is the first thing you should remember. Second don't take entire burden on your shoulders on one hand and get out of the door. Ever forget back cuts getting a child of easing. Your child is not the the unknown you. How far nothing that? Jordan decanted defiant and making your in your career journey and spell. Because he or she or he would also acceding right in your own professional achievement as you would to your journey and my last question how do you make it becoming a CHR of quickey? I think I always having read gold in person. Oh they never I would statistic affecting my Guardian. I would be clear that I'm not doing just a job. I need to ensure. Why does his job gave me my long-term cutting? And where do I go from here so I have all these in students? I invested in NYC on drools that is how in most of the places I was always high-performance I have always Skipped cheap people and it working because it has helped me to enrich my coffee sources and make my connections and putting which I have done is I on created owned Mitch. My own piece in You know I would say that H. I said. The game was back to utilize my free time. Because I write. I talk about really careful. So when you are very clear about your goal in just the Leeward I mean creating in these for my favorite place to be. It was wonderful interacting with due to do thank you so much for your time. Thanks cut it out. Hello working moms said on the right expectations and don't take all the burden yourself. Being woman is a strength not a weakness have a wonderful time and stay tuned to execute imam stories. 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