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Small protests appear in Havana over islandwide blackout
"Cubans have been without power for more than two days following hurricane Ian Many Cubans are growing frustrated about being without electricity Hurricane Ian knocked out power in western Cuba Tuesday night than the entire power grid was knocked out leaving 11 million people in the dark In Havana yvette garrido says she's never been without electricity for such a long time and that her food is becoming spoiled The government has not said what percentage of the population is still without power but electrical authorities said Thursday that only 10% of Havana's 2 million people had their electricity restored I'm Donna water
"garrido" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
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"garrido" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Love Steve Dale's other world on W G N That's weird, he says. The office is closed when he tried to call the numbers Cassara that he tried to call that's very strange trying to get ahold of Alderman Nick's facade. Oh, but we do have here. On the telephone Chaplain Robert Montelongo of the Chicago Police Department. Hello there, Chaplain. How are you? Very good. Steve. How are you? Good. It's always good to hear your voice and well, we attempt to reach out and do ultimately reach out to the alderman. I don't know why aldermen have these issues. I don't know, but I'm sure I'm sure it'll be fine. As we're texting one another. Are you calling me? Yeah, I'm calling you. I don't hear the phone ring and he's not calling. I don't know. I don't know. But I know this. This has been I suspect a roller coaster ride from the perspective of the ship of any police officer anywhere. Including Chicago. This meaning from the very beginning very beginning of the pandemic, which is well, uh, about a year and a half ago, right through today. Uh, does that describe it? Well, Yes, definitely a roller coaster, right? A few ups and then some very quick and Harsh downs. Yeah, um, I I don't I don't understand, you know. Uh, kind of what's led to this. What do you think? From your perspective? I am not talking to a political figure here at all. I'm talking to a deacon chaplain with Chicago Police department. From your perspective. What do you think has led us to this place? Where? Yes, Clearly we saw abuse by police officers, But that's not what happens every day with every police officer. And, uh, well, I think you actually you said it right there that we're forgetting that, just like with any kind of, um, profession that there might be some incidents that are horrible. That are bad, Uh, Mistakes and just downright You can call it evil, but whatever it is, it never accounts for everybody in whatever profession it is, there's always always in every profession. People that are very good, very dedicated to their worked devoted in such a way that others You know, just almost can't understand that kind of devotion. And that is true of my brother and sister officers. And I think that we need to get back to seeing that. You know, we can't just lump everybody together into one basket and called them the contents of the basket. You know, Every profession has people doing this job and As we know what our French Our officer that was murdered. What a beautiful soul she is continues to be and you know, and that's that's why I think what everybody needs to see that in all professions, police department any like There is some very beautiful people out there that just simply want to share love into this world. Yeah. I mean, aside from saving animal lives, which we just spoke to her mother Elizabeth a couple of minutes ago. She's also saved human lives. But police officers do things every single day that just don't make the news. That are, in fact, lifesaving. And I know that Alderman Nick's pasado now on the telephone with us Alderman's facade. Oh, thank you for joining us on a Sunday afternoon, Isis. Thanks for having me, Steve. I really appreciate it. Thank you. And I believe you'd agree with that sentiment. Sure. No. You know what they do so much that we never hear about and use here of a couple bad apples that are out there to 1/10 of 1%. Maybe. And you never hear of this. Well, you do here. But once in a while shop with a cop or basketball with a cop or things cops do with in their communities to help their communities. Certainly in the poorer, more challenge communities all the things that they do to help the people soft. Yeah, but what you don't hear about on a daily basis are people like it ultimately turned out to be a news story after l of French was murdered, but until then, we didn't see this long list. But she's not alone of of police officers who do this. Yes, well, you know, we have Jan Garrido on the Northwest side and everybody in the Northwest side. Who's an animal lover knows about John Garrido. But I'm not sure how many people throughout the city and all of the Jan Garrido and I'm guessing there's other John Garrido's out there, Whether it's animals or kids, or or mentoring or whatever is going on out there. We don't know about those people, but certainly in the Northwest side. We know about John Garrido. And of course, everybody knows about l a French now, so unfortunately so, Alderman, uh, yesterday like, uh, not all that late at night downtown. A bus driver was shot there have been about at you lose count 50 shootings, Children just sitting in their home have been killed. This weekend. It's got to stop the mayor. I have not heard and I'm not being critical of the mayor to be critical of the mayor. But I've not heard her come out and say anything publicly that we need to stop this in recent days and weeks. We did see one alderman having to write a letter to the editor to reach out to get the mayor's attention. We've also seen Alderman in the past few days, fighting one another. What's going on? Well, I don't know, but I mean, I'll dispute that about the mayor, not saying anything about what's going on. I think she is better which end about this and trying everything she could do. I talked to. I don't talk to her as much as I talked to the soup, and I know he keeps trying things. Um, I don't know what the answers are. I don't know what the answers are mean. Some of my colleagues just call on the police they want they want to believe they want to fund the police. And other colleagues want more police, you know, myself and to my colleagues on the Northwest side, and even some of my good friends on the western south side, you know they they don't want to defund the police. We need more police..
"garrido" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Thinking about the next question the can't possibly be paying attention to the person that they are speaking to and last point just rambling for a second last point the Your value is a sales. Professional is is is mentioned. More by the information you gather the information you give so you'll volumes us. Professionals mentioned mobile information gathered information. you given. How do you manage that by asking questions. Sorry i've been rambling on for a while. Now it's been totally fascinating. I think a few things come out of this interview number one. You can't take sales like also make commission go when you're a professional all the things that you've spoken about preparation for the call questions that you want to answer. What are the different areas of customers one of the questions. I ask so a if you're in this profession ticket seriously it is a profession to asking questions is skill that needs to be improved as you go along continually bet your still when you hear a good question. You kind of I like that. I'm gonna jot that down so the is asking questions the sandler way every day and antonio thank you so much for being on the program. We're going to do another interview and go deeper into some other topics because i learned a lot and Thank you so much any parting words. that you want to share with people including what's one simple mind hack that you use. That makes you more productive one. Simple mind hack. That makes me more. Productive is a wall street journal. I also you can't see i- i- organiz posted notes. Everything just like you said excellent trying to my brain so i organized posted notes a move around as beauty hosted we all know what posted How great our. We do brainstorming sessions and so but post it notes or a great way to organize your life and what was the other question. I'm sorry. I can't remember any last thoughts to share with our listeners. Yeah you know. I would the end of the book the end of the book. There is a tool that you can download which is one hundred and twenty five of the most useful questions to ask write in any sales situation. If anybody wants to send me an email. I will gladly forward that to them. You don't have to read the to get the question. She like if my email address. So you want to do that separately. We're gonna put it in the show notes Be hyperlinked on the show. Nuts and i'm going to put the link to the book and your other books as well. So dear sir click on the link and go get it because end by the book antonio thank you so much. Thanks episode what you want. It's been a blast. I i've enjoyed.
"garrido" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"The one of my goals. And i'll i'll typically have three or four goals but one of my goals is to actually get the prospect is great question. I don't know what a great question. i'm not sure. What a great question that we think about right. I want then to mentally sweat. Because i don't want to look in stanfield taste behave like my competitors and so so if i can get them because this sort of a rule that i developed the four four peace rule we talked about in the book and the kind of signs like this and so the four adams to this. This is sort of the golden rule of selling right. If you want to know what this listeners write this down at a number one is they never believe what you tell them to. Is they ready. Believe what you show them. The but three is often believe what somebody else tells them but not before is always believe what they tell themselves so. It's our job then to have them say to themselves man. These are the guys that i should be working with will. How do we do that to do that by asking. Really dumb trite questions now just as you said her mom what we want them to do is we want to ask them a question and we want them to say to themselves mandates good question whenever they themselves man. That's a good question. do we go up. In their estimation to trusted advisory we go down to the weekend. Of course right. So can i doubt. Can i get a good one in a bad one a terrible. I'll give you a bunch of dreadful questions. The key down net vanda will then demo a couple of questions that actually move towards more interest advice state too so that you'll listeners. Get the difference between a good question in a dreadful question and he comes back to that. Everybody thinks they're drive. Could ask him questions so so. Let's pretend for a second that the euro prospect mind. Let's just imagine that you're the ceo of an organization. You considering getting some sales training coaching for you. Awful some of your gang. If i remember we got this limited real estate. So i can't ask you a million questions Number of questions. If i said to you saw any kind of question that sounded like so. Tell me a little bit about you. Know the markets that you operate in all. How long have you been the ceo around here or how many people were here. This is really trite boring. I mean any question why you can get the answer on link. Tin google literature show website. Right they are. They are union versus a university dreadful questions. Because if i ask you any of those questions what did you learn about me. Other than i am just like my competitive right and working on this principle. The batter different is better than better. Right to one of the things i do. I want to do is be different for my competitors so instead of saying how long have you been the sierra here ma to dreadful question limited real estate already fifteen questions to ask that blown on a completely dumb and pointless one right but if i said to you instead houma hey why. Don't you spend a couple of minutes and describe what you're seeing in the marketplace right. Now that may be worrying. You will perhaps have the most detrimental impact on your competitiveness over the next two or three years. Isn't that a question. How many people work here absolutely in two things number one. The person's going to have to actually may not have thought about it. Actually and it will also let you know how they think what the thought process is right right which is really really useful. Getting the answer is like you know who cares as they think about it. And they articulate you get insights into how they think coke and that it's gonna be invaluable information as you move along the right what it also does. Is it tells the prospect something about the kind of engagement that he can expect from me gang forwards and whether or not i am thoughtful and i don't mean i'm doing speech in the eric from a content. I mean thought for like. I'm nice to buy mother and and by flowers i mean considered consid- right so i'm one of the reasons that most prospects all worried about talking to a new supply. It is they. Think they don't really understand my world and that the nazi concern of that and so i might take a prospect. Hey mr prospect in order for me to see the world through your eyes. Search that i can give you the best possible advice. Would it be. Okay if i ask you a bunch of questions. Some of the mob. Easy some of the mike difficult might not even know the answer to but we'll figure that as we go on lap okay and that's that permission based question but i hang on in order for me to be able to see the world through your eyes and when we do that again. We moved slightly away from that vendor status right multiples that consultative status night. Now the mega some people listening chicago. It put in commodity sales. I'm not selling oil rigs for a second and for for the moment. And i recognize that the kind of full main to sales arenas are those and it's all to do with lengthened cycle and whether or not it's demand generation of manual filming but the main four commodity house right then you have unique value sales. You have account sales in consultative silence and it's true that if you're in consultative sales you might have to ask a different set of questions than if you were in unique value sales or cancels commodity size and so when we when we got through the book. We recognize that. They're all the right kinds of questions to ask of the right kind of customer. So if you talk to an enterprise prospect a you may be the baby's three or four or five or more individuals have to get your mom's rent. They're entirely different questions than i feel selling paperclips for a living so the point to bat the question. I asked you earlier at some people thinking. But that's not appropriate in my will and my the point that i'm just trying to make his that question might not be appropriate in the wall. Taty appropriate world. It's much better than how we been a ceo around here. And so what. I would ask everybody to do this listening. And this was another trip from the fbi. Is you know couple of things happen. Most sales professionals they get the same twenty or thirty questions day in day out. We can They receive the same kinds of questions. Right i'm just in a slightly different pair of pants sometimes. and so. if you start writing down questions use and then start constructing. When i hear that question here would be my absolute best dancer right so stop doing that. And by the same token start writing down if a client looks like this. Here are my question. I have something to sales crib sheet. And i have all my questions like the fbi preplanned in advance. So i don't go into a meeting without having my questions organiz so that in if you're good at one way because a lot of people you know they listen to respond instead of listened to understand and so if that.
"garrido" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Serious on a serious note. Think asking questions is of course really really powerful and we're going to dig deeper into that but if you don't have enough report with the person you're talking with like unite right now could not have a conversation about Your wife but if we had enough rapport. I could go antonio. Can you give me some advice around this area. How do you handle this with your spouse. You'd be more than happy to. And i think a lot of time. Sales people go through that opening stage of just like cliche comes to show. How are you. That's great oh that picture on the wall and they they do this kind of false report building but if you can connect with that as a human being they'll tell you anything in everything and yeah so. Let's dig deeper into questions but building that trust. I is critical. It's absolutely critical. An segue is quite nicely into You know one of the one of the one of the other questions. I asked for what i'm sort of at training talking about buck doing Bucket i asked them. What is the single most important question of all of the questions that a sales person can ask right and then when you ask that question of of audiences go ahead go ahead. I had the answer okay. Do you validate parking as not as the most important question talk. Think we're not. I think. I absolutely believe no that the most important and and it starts it starts this record. I shall explain why in a second stop stops building this rapport and and with the questions that we ask know. The intent is to move away from vanda towards trusted adviser vendor just one off managers to devise a few. How do we move. Oh that ladder from the very first. Hello stop building that bunning ripple and stop building that the principle of being trusted adviser well so toronto question. Because i'm sure that all of your listeners are on tenterhooks with a Poised the most important question of all questions is to get permission to us questions right because if we don't get permission to us these questions then it becomes a bit of an interrogation. It feels a bit more aggressive to the needs to be. And then you not going to build trust and for my way of thinking the most important why of selling. And i and i mean this not because you know i as you say. A sampler act light but it doesn't matter what sales process you follow but the principle of trusted adviser is always important. The principle of commission based selling and permission by sending means you ask the right questions then so let me give you an exam- maccabean example. Of course that was an example of a question. Type cold universal. Yes where you ask the question and the answer is always yes. If he said somebody might give you an example they say yes that is permission by selling and there's lots of those suffice it to you. Hey much just before we get started. I was thinking about this meeting this morning before it started kind of share with you what i was thinking no way you say no to that question of course. Of course if i said if i sent to a prospect. Hey george would it be okay if we spent. I don't know maybe five minutes talking about the kind of investment might take to get this fixed for you. That's a game it's a. It's a permission based question where the answer is universal. Yes and if. I said that to george mike prospect who is in control if i said hey george can i tell you my biggest fear. The answer's always yes or hate george. That's a great question. Another client of mine asked me about six weeks ago. I take what i told him. The answer is always yes So these questions if an amendment would just talking tat co questions will come onto strategic but these tactical questions that alliant In such a way. That if i said to a prospect hey would it be okay. We spent five minutes talking about the kind of investment. Might take to get this fixed for you. And they say yes. Who's in control. Who's in control of the interaction. If i asked that question of the prospect so by you asking because you know what their answers is gonna be your in control. But the other person has the illusion zach at in control exactly so so you retain control of the ad time and lots of other things whilst seventy the prospect thinks that trump is great. Because then you don't get any resistance and these thought game moving from this vendor who trusted adviser status so the first of all combat your question about it. What's the mindset that we have to have as an individual to stop building this bonding Without new prospect. It's we have to believe that we have equal business stature. If we don't believe we have equal business stature. And we if we think right wrongly of cost that we all subservient to the buyer and they're in charge narrator in if we believe all of that stuff than this these techniques of asking really really searching questions very very difficult i can give you an example of a really dumb question i ask you. What's the most important question. I can give you an example of a really bad question on a really good question. If you'd like so before we go there. Let me ask you a question. Is it okay if i ask you a question. Of course i universal. Yeah here's the question see can get somebody trained to like. This is an equal relationship where both equals here. And some salespeople are truly deeply going to believe that and other seized sales people will think you but not believe it so and their actions of show it. So how do you coach people to really buy into that. Because sometimes in their heart of hearts they're like no the client has all the money and i acted so. How do you get people to cross that chasm to truly believe what they need to which you know. Hey i'm here to help you. You need let's figure it out. Well that's great questions so that the issue is entirely conceptual right. So it's entirely you know in the six inches between maria's areas and he comes from a scripting child comes from lots of learned behaviors. And so on. So how do we address conceptually shoes..
"garrido" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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New York City Will Bring 80,000 Municipal Workers Back To the Office
"After a year of Manhattan skyscraper, Sitting mostly empty. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is hoping to send Message announcing 80,000 municipal workers will be returning to the office in early May. Companies are now seeing it's time to come back Timeto recognize that there's progress happening. But Henry Garrido, who leads the city's largest municipal labor union, says he still has a lot of questions about safety measures because they're giving inconsistent. Yes, it's about what to do. Steve Burns for CBS
"garrido" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"Run game which for the past reference. Okay yeah. I love looking for the past in case you didn't know this is. This is the point where well so give out the blast. You're asking your your kid whatever and so you can go in and this is the time where you can experience the dying guard. Go to the left instead of the right You go the opposite way from the temple. Time where the daigle tell you like. Agana dwarf came in with all these people. He ransacked the castle. At you know the prince escaped guard dies. And if you try to go into the catalan like a nel You cannot come in right now. There's some shit going down And it's implied that he killed the king though. I want to believe that's what probably happened though too. I don't think zelda would have left her daddy there okay. maybe she didn't know. But i'm assuming the king got killed though by if you're going to overtake kingdom. I mean that's what you gotta do me. And the king dies isn't like all others all the games So i i think it's part of the prophecy that he's gonna die slick uncle ben's spider-man's not long for this world now and then you go to the temple time and use the spiritual stones to open it up and get the master sword. But what's this candidate comes in. He's like full you. I was higher the whole time so he waiting nearby or did he come in after you open the door because you just open when you left. I'm glad to your ass. He wrote after a little bit. He's like oh that was kind of suspicious and then turns around. He says that effect on the cut scenes. Like i've figured you were the the ticket opening the door so he must have been following. I feel like if you just wouldn't have done this. He would never got the doral. He might kill zelda though well for the type of work You have to have all three pieces and the three pieces were united in the sacred realm however when gandalf touch them they split up and each went to their respective destined home so he got try power sold out the horse of wisdom and link got the try force courage also. He didn't get to try force till this point. Then yes okay i. I always thought he had to try to force with him already. But that makes more sense very interested in wrap around the sometimes mirny line the chosen one. I guess do want to go into gandalf's backstory to adopt a good time. Because now you kinda like take front and center. So we'll door is a rudo and agree does live in the desert. There's a lot of theories about civil war in them being outcasts there and other stuff that i'm not sure it's been substantiated by the lower from the game. Is that everyone hundred years. The grew does have a male child and so basically its troop of either lesbians four women that sneak out to have sex with high liens or like carpenters or whatever but anyway every eleven zero one hundred years they have a boy and he becomes the king of the garrido's so rude for canada orf garrido king and then goes to jairo too late meet the actual king and shit goes down carpenters there. I don't like what why they're keeping the carpenters in jail. Then you are an hour..
"garrido" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I would say a little fair fall. They They're hoping that people listen to the governor and the mayor and in Pakistan watching whoever Uh, and take this seriously because Yeah, they were working. You know, seven days a week and double shift on You know, right now they haven't been doing that. They got over that in the spring and got through it. But they're insisting painting over time coming up. And, you know, the thing is, they can't just hire temp workers help their specialized jobs right So you can't just bring somebody. There's certainly people wanting for work right now. But this is probably Work. They can't do, obviously. Yeah, me neither. Medical professionals and investigating, you know, called investigating the cause of that. You can't You can't just pull me or somebody all itself the street helpful. So what? So they've got trucks waiting. They've got to. They've already you're using a Cold storage warehouse. Right wonder they expected to be worst. Well, I mean, you know, we're kind of not get much worse. What that guy said, or can you not get much worse? Well, I don't know. I mean, if you listen to the governor, he says, that you know, possibly still can get much worse. Uh, that's the crypt. That's the million dollar question. Hopefully, it doesn't get much worse, but Um, we'll have to wait and see. Hopefully people A home when they when they can and not too stupid social events and things like that, Bob. She Garrido is a reporter for Block Club Chicago. Bob. Thanks for joining us today. I appreciate it. Sure, Thank you. You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news here on 7 20, WGN. Today's horoscope brought to you by Geico. People will take note of your sunny disposition. Sagittarius. That's because you just switch to Geico and discovered you could save hundreds of dollars a year on car insurance..
"garrido" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Garrido's look. Oh heavens! One second you're the one that laptop come up with us. What's the Doritos logos? What is that? The readers locals is not the kind of psycho or what A dollar 49. It's the shells of burrito. Oh, so this is like a Dorito taco. Basically, Yeah. Yeah, OK. Um, Joe? Yeah, I know that when they have freebies. And you're smart In this way. I'm dumb in this way. Will you go to Taco Bell on? What is it The 28th because of the Muecke stolen base and get a free taco. Will you actually go out of her way to get a free taco? I will go to the one over here. I will go to the one by my apartment. I will go on between you and I will get that sad. No, that is survival of you of the fittest. That's what happens when you make a radio producer salary. Yeah. Kylie, Have you ever done any of the freebies when it has, like, you know, 7, 11, Slurpee Day or national coffee? Here's a free coffee day. That's exactly the one I've done. The 7 11 got a slurpy? Yeah, you have done that. I have never done this. Treat yourself. Not once. It's like it's like not worth the trip Almost to me. We should get a taco. I mean, Mookie Betts stole that base for you. You know what else I've never did? Okay, We got it. We got to get the traffic. But listen coming up. We want to know. Am I the only one who never takes advantage of these freebies? I mean the Oh, if I were smart, I guess I would. I guess I'm just not What kind of freebies have you taken Advantage of, from from places.
"garrido" Discussed on Black History in Two Minutes
"Most of us think that the first Africans to arrive in what is now the United States, , we're slaves, , but it turns out that that's not true. . The first African to set foot on what would become United States soil was a free black man named Juan Garrido. . A conquistador, , the Spanish name for a conqueror. . Rita was born around fourteen eighty in west Africa. . As a young man he traveled to Lisbon. . Portugal then to Sa- V. Spain when he converted to the Roman Catholic. . Church he took a new name Juan Garrido meaning handsome John. . He winds up sailing with the Spanish is a free person as A. . Door and spends three decades in service to the Spanish crown. . In fifteen thirteen garrido participated in Pants Dale Fain expedition in Florida in search of the Fountain of Youth. . This is the first record of a black person setting foot in what is now the United States. . What does that mean? ? It means that there was this space people of African descent could occupy. . That wasn't exclusively being a person of bondage. . RETO. . Settled in Mexico where he spent his final years working at a gold mining operation and while he was a freeman, , he profited from local slave labor. . Garrido died in fifteen fifty almost seventy years before the first enslaved Africans arrived in Jamestown? ?
The Beginning of Black History
"Most of us think that the first Africans to arrive in what is now the United States, we're slaves, but it turns out that that's not true. The first African to set foot on what would become United States soil was a free black man named Juan Garrido. A conquistador, the Spanish name for a conqueror. Rita was born around fourteen eighty in west Africa. As a young man he traveled to Lisbon. Portugal then to Sa- V. Spain when he converted to the Roman Catholic. Church he took a new name Juan Garrido meaning handsome John. He winds up sailing with the Spanish is a free person as A. Door and spends three decades in service to the Spanish crown. In fifteen thirteen garrido participated in Pants Dale Fain expedition in Florida in search of the Fountain of Youth. This is the first record of a black person setting foot in what is now the United States. What does that mean? It means that there was this space people of African descent could occupy. That wasn't exclusively being a person of bondage. RETO. Settled in Mexico where he spent his final years working at a gold mining operation and while he was a freeman, he profited from local slave labor. Garrido died in fifteen fifty almost seventy years before the first enslaved Africans arrived in Jamestown?
"garrido" Discussed on Black History in Two Minutes
"Most of us think that the first Africans to arrive in what is now the United States were slaves but it turns out that that's not true the first African to set foot on what would become United States oil was a free black man named Juan garrido a conquistador the Spanish name for a conqueror. Garita was born around 1480 in West Africa as a young man. He traveled to Lisbon Portugal then to Sevilla Spain when he converted to the Roman Catholic Church. He took a new name Juan garrido meaning wage handsome John he whines up ceiling with the Spanish as a free person as a conquistador and spans three decades in service to the Spanish Crown in 1513. Dorito participated in Ponce deleon's famed expedition in Florida in search of the Fountain of Youth This is the first record of a black person setting foot in what is now the United States. What does that mean? It means that there was this space couple of African descent could occupy that wasn't exclusively being a person of bondage garrido settled in Mexico where he spent his final years working at a gold mining operation. And while he was a free man, he profited from local slave labor. Garrido died in 1550 almost seventy years before the first enslaved Africans arrived in Jamestown..
"garrido" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle
"Afterwards. And so we want managers Antonio when your table of two sales managers and explaining the role of Coach. How do you help them stay clear on their role is not to give the answer or have the right answers but help the sale specials. They're working with develop the right answers and struggle with it so that they really internalize it. Yeah, and it's very difficult for lots of managers to do that because very few managers are really true. And how to be a coach and they're not even trained on on ride-alongs. All they know is the example of they were set, you know, that they they endured I'm going to say because I have I had I was a sales professional one time with with with some terrible terrible managers, right who didn't know how to coach and all they would do is say do this do that do the other witches, you know that you use of direct authorities managing but actually managing you can only manage people's behaviors. You can't manage somebody's beliefs or value sets or or help people understand. It's just like your kids right? So we tell our kids to do something because they have to do them like brushing their teeth and washing hands before dinner, right? But but we can't we can't manage everything that our children to what we as Parents try to do is instill in our children the right kind of value sets the right kind of beliefs and we do that if we do that by coaching not by managing in the book authors I who was the best coach you have ever ever ever worked with and people mention names of you know, the Great and the good and I said no it was your mom. Your mom is the best coach of ever you've ever met a girl or whoever brought you up. Right? Why because they would nurturing they wanted the best for you. They didn't tell you how to do everything. They guided you through things through your problems. They helped you through your problem. I hope to see the world quote on quote in the right way. They didn't just barked out you for your first hole 18 years of your life and they did when you messed up, but they spend most of their time coaching it because God it's difficult to know how you know, if you if you're trying to teach a baby how to walk and they fall over you don't belt them. Do you you know, pick them up and you dust the buff and you start again and so we're constantly telling our managers. Hey, you have to have the right intent here, right? You have to come at this with the nurturing intention out. Well, put Antonio. Are you ready for the my quest for the best lighting around? Yep. Go for it, right. So earlier I asked you about a person who inspired you growing up when you were a teenager. What song did you find inspiring? American Trilogy by Elvis Presley. Do you remember the worst thing about having your sales manager on a right along when you were a Salesman Pro? Yeah, cuz it was always it was he wasn't that to help me he was there to catch me out. What's the most effective way that you use to get the word out about your mission and your business each week live our core values and how does that manifest the we took our people what we're doing? So we sang it would be very easy to respond in this way. But we believe the we are honest so this we're going to do this. We believe that we are dedicated so wage so we don't just tell them what we're going to do. We give them the reason for why we do it and where do you share that everywhere but every meeting every decision we have to make we measure against our core values. So what's the Dead? What would we do that be consistent with this and what would you say is the best hundred dollar or so purchase you've made in the last six months. I bought a Ferrari a Lego cockpit Ferrari Lego kit has I bought it for me and my kids just think it's the best thing and so we've now buying Lego like crazy and doing them together. That's fun. What would you say is the most important habit routine or belief that you've stopped in the last year? That's brought you the most pleasure or personal satisfaction. I have started getting up earlier and journaling and it's not expensive to do and what would you say is a change that's occurred as a result of not sleeping in life and just starting your day randomly, but using the journaling I am much more intentional about the day. So I I I write one of the things I write is will not go to bed tonight until this one thing. Yep. Done. It makes me incredibly focused and hopefully that's a leading indicator that it's a leading indicator to ensure a logging in Loganville. Yeah, correct. Excellent. So you start off your book with a quiz question that says of all the things a sales manager has to achieve. What's the single most important tasks? And the choices are death a to ensure that this month sales goal is exceeded be to ensure that the company's customers are delighted see to support the sales staff and achieving their personal goals and Thursday to develop the sales and customer-facing staff all of those sound like they're aspects of a sales managers roles and responsibilities write an interesting reaction. When I asked people that question I have asked many people that question so consistently enough I'm going to say the less enlightened ones go for a or b the mortgage. Lighten ones go to c o d but the really enlightened ones right can the best and go for dick cuz their job is to improve. That team that's their job but that the top and bottom of their job and everything else is noise. It really is about developing capacity. And that's why sales managers are so important to businesses of all sizes. So Antonio garrido author of the 21st century right along I want to thank you so much for joining me on my quest for the best today. I'm going to highlight a couple of the key points that we talked about and starting off with your dad who helped inspire you because he understood the importance of mine your own business and gave you some key things to talk about like it's better to be the head of a mouse the tail of a lion and then helped you see how successful he could become just by applying his logic and being optimistic and determined and always making sure that he treats people well and to continue persist and teaching things that reminded me of Groucho Marx such as if you can't afford it by the very best. Oh the Crux of Lockside that as well. I don't know but I assure, you know could easily see the attribution. I absolutely imagine him saying about promise you it's my dad home. It's so good and we talked about the ride-alongs and the importance of those because especially for sales managers. It's the fastest and most effective way to really improve your sales staff that debriefing the magic happens and where it's really important you look in other areas of society say that we're their training Pilots to fly in jets that cost, you know hundred million dollars. They debrief really seriously for 45 minutes for every minute of flight time. So there are a lot of things to look at it's not necessary to have that ratio, but you should establish some ratio to institutionalize and to show how important it is in your business. We talked about the distances between leading and lagging indicators and we expanded the three habits for successful run along Five so that everyone's making sure that they start off with their pre call plans. They have roll agreement they practice so they develop this and the manager observes and there's a review to really solidify gain the wisdom from the ride alongs. It's important to make those Investments. The manager is coach is not an easy role. It's a vital role though, and it's really important to make sure that you're managing behaviors not the beliefs because that just leads to frustration think of your mother rather than as a school teacher that just told you what to do. Your mother guided you and gave examples and told you stories and was there to support you in always making sure that you knew that she was there to succeed effective sales coaches effective sales managers do the same. So for these reasons and so many more dead Antonio currito author of the 21st century Ride Along house sales leaders can develop their teams in real time sales calls. I want to thank you for joining me on my quest for the best. Thanks..
"garrido" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Monday to announce that he had been detained because he refused to dawn, a medically certified mask instead of Thong panties. I'm sorry. What was wearing thong panties instead of a mask. So he went on a trip to Norway. And they said, Sir, you need to wear the certified face masks, and he chose to put on a thong panties. And I said, Sir, That's not going to be good enough. And they arrested us went to the clink. I like it, though. You could wear a thong panties You get in one part over the nose. And then one power over the world from its like You've done it before. I went to this restaurant A couple of weeks ago, I get my tires changed and I will Down to restaurants. I have a beer drives is waiting. And the lady that gave my food literally had, like I swear a mask on that Was this strange Garrido? Yes, Yes. It looked exactly like it was like a bandanna colored type of Ah, Mass. Barely governor knows barely covered her mouth. Yes, smaller than the size of a burrito I wanted I was I was trying not the laugh. I was like, What did they take a big forever, But I'm not one to mask shame. Or do anything like that, But it was It was not a mask. It was it was. I don't know what it was, but it wasn't a mask so thong might be an improvement. Right? And there's a place where you can put your over your ear. Wrap it around the front. I mean, if anybody knows about a virus is John McAfee, right?.
"garrido" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And a half years to get my bachelor's in my law degree you do not want to go to school fourteen years after high school okay we need to have you back on the update we need to have you back on later on down the road to talk about just how to stay motivated and how in your life story because your remarkable that's unbelievable you're like the only part of the team and happy to help thank you okay so how can we help out right now we've been hearing about sort of phenomenal numbers in terms of like you know shelters being emptied out because so many people want to adopt and foster pets right now but how can we help a Garrido strafe rescue foundation so with redistricting foundation the biggest thing right now is when we take these channels and we take care of them and whatever the cost so that does get it does add up so we can always use donations so if you go to our website or in our case the patients were most active and on our Facebook page your foundation as well he wouldn't but we have a look at those and there there there that they'll sometimes even with deep discounts that we get are anywhere from five ten fifteen thousand dollars so so that the only course helpful with the donation and we can always use leashes and collars and things like that as well okay great thank you dance thank you so much for being with us lieutenant John Garrido and you're still active on the forces well you're just doing like three different jobs right yeah absolutely and everybody out there please get your dog microchipped that really really does help so important and also I think your wife for us as well I know that it's you to working as a team so usually brains behind the operation pressure absolutely we here at WGN radio salute you thank you so much for being with us thank you very much very much appreciate it appreciate you unbelievable remarkable at once again it's Garrido stray rescue foundation you can find them on Facebook and then on their website is Garrido stray rescue dot org and Garrido is spelled G..
"garrido" Discussed on KOMO
"Opening based on low numbers of covert nineteen infections and deaths Carly Johnson komo news even though kits at county is one that can now apply to re open early a new code nineteen case is delaying that green lights just Askin said gets the go ahead to move forward it's a public health says an employee at a long term care community has tested positive for Colbert nineteen health officials say they will delay applying for the variance until they're confident there isn't wider community spread this pandemic is an experience that most of us have never had more ever expected to happen commission chair Charlotte Garrido says businesses are eager to open but they ask outsiders to stay home when the time comes to safely re open we live here and those who live elsewhere really need to travel as little as possible right now the recommendation for that variance will be delayed until at least may twenty eighth almost family which also reporting the state has been promised a second round of testing materials from the federal government including that badly needed swabs but governor Jay Inslee says it's still not enough your stomach problems the state ideally wants to be in a place where we can test around twenty two thousand people a day but right now we have a long way to go to achieve something like that we learned that this month the federal government is sent about two hundred and fifty thousand test swabs and two hundred and ten thousand transport kids to the state the governor senior adviser reed Schuler says they've been dealing with delivery issues we should be expecting another hundred thousand swab sometime this week we have not yet received concrete guarantees from the federal government beyond June for testing supplies we've had pretty significant ups and downs with this supply as of the end of last week halfway through.
"garrido" Discussed on KOMO
"Determine how and when king county will safely modify physical dismissing measures last week because he told me he favors a segmented opening would you like to see the county have that independent of forty to roll out what it thinks it's best versus what the governor thinks is best for the state counties can ask for specific activities or sectors to be able to move forward if they're shown to be ready in this county and we think that that is a definite possibility in king county the governor said June first for the entire state to move to phase two but every time he says that there's always a but we cannot predict the status of the virus on that date get sap counties hope of moving into phase two has been delayed by a new case of the virus it involves an employee at a long term care facility gets up county commission chair Charlotte Garrido says that this will push back a recommendation for the variance would least may twenty eighth but she says that may be for the best I believe we live here and those who live elsewhere really need to travel as little as possible right now the kids have county health department says it will delay applying for the variance until they're confident that there isn't a wider community spread of the virus Sunday fourteen back to Kieran Jordan for a como traffic update we continue to work with the crash in limb what that's partially blocking the northbound state route five to five offramp to Alderwood mall parkway leasing a vehicle that's gone off the roadway so visual distraction as well see some extra caution traveling through there just a minor slowdown though in Marysville St Avenue that remains closed between one hundred and a hundred and fourth due to road work you'll see detours in place to help you get around that closure and U. S. too that's alternating right now just east of gold bar due to roadworks that with that you can expect some short delays our next como traffic at eight twenty four AM como eco roof forecast the clouds are here for several days and we expect a more more showers to develop by this afternoon high about sixty two degrees rain overnight and rain.
"garrido" Discussed on KOMO
"With the governor to determine how and when king county will safely modify physical distancing measures last week because he told me he favors a segmented opening would you like to see the county have that independence story to roll out what it thinks it's best versus what the governor thinks is best for the state counties can ask for specific activities or sectors to be able to move forward if they're shown to be ready in this county and we think that that is a definite possibility in king county the governor said June first for the entire state to move to phase two but every time he says that there's always a but we cannot predict the status of the virus on that date get sap counties hope of moving into phase two of the real thing is been delayed by a new case of the virus and involves an employee at a long term care facility gets up county commission chair Charlotte Garrido says this will push back a recommendation for the variance to release may twenty eighth but she says that may be for the best I believe we live here and those who live elsewhere really need to travel as little as possible right now health department says it will delay applying for the various for kids have county until they're confident that there is not a wider community spread of the virus come on it's time six fourteen traffic update we do that every ten minutes for you then here is Kiera bulletin working with Russian Auburn this is on our ramp from westbound eighteen to one six seven and it looks like the action is now all on the shoulder of that ramp so a lot of our back up that we were seeing into that area that is now clearing out at some point they will need to re block part of that ramp at least part of the ramp again as we still have this vehicle that is sitting off of the roadway there we've had a long term crash outside of port orchard on westbound sixteen at Sedgwick that's been blocking the right lane just causing minor slowing at this point you can expect often on slowing northbound one six seven as you're traveling out of north Puyallup and through Sumner ended Marysville St Avenue remains closed between one hundred and a hundred and fourth due to road work you'll see a detour in place to help you get around that closure our next como traffic at six twenty four amicable eagle roof forecast cloudy skies increasing chance of showers of further into the day we gather the high temperature about sixty two degrees in the showers.
Why Sad People Listen to Sad Music
"Does sad people listen to said music research suggests the answer may depend on whether you're clinically depressed or you're just garden variety sad. Here's how to decide what to put on your playlist. The next time you're feeling down for people who are sad about something like a break-up, but who are not suffering from chronic depression. A sad song, Ken. Provide some catharsis according to researcher at Sandra Garrido, some people enjoy the emotional journey that comes about from us, add song while others may use a sad song in order to work through their feelings and make sense. If there's and maybe find an emotional release that will help them have a good cry and move on with their lives. But there's another concept that could help explain some people's love for sad music, and it's called benign masochism. That's the tendency for people to enjoy the experience of something that would otherwise be unpleasant. But because they know it safe. They can enjoy the thrill. It's a principle that could explain why people love scary movies rollercoasters, and according to research sad music, while it may temporarily be upsetting. They know it's a safe journey to take that being said it may not always be safe to listen to sad music is specially if you've been diagnosed with clinical depression, that's because instead of causing catharsis. Some research suggests it could actually help sad people ruminate on their own sadness, which makes them sadder that could create a vicious cycle of sadness, which is no good. Other researchers disagree with this idea, though. And it's twenty nineteen studies suggested that depressed people found the sad music calming, soothing or relaxing, and actually reported feeling happier after listening to it. So the reason why people are drawn to sad music does tend to vary. It could be benign masochism or a way to work through your emotions in the end the best advice may be to pay attention to your own feelings. If said music, makes you sadder you may wanna listen to less of it. If it helps you work through your sadness crank up the volume and have a good cry. We won't judge what's it go to sad song, whenever I'm kinda down? I love just listening to Sharon van Etten. It's very soothing. It's kinda sad. I love it. And I there's a track from the game of thrones season, six soundtrack. Jack called light of the seven so cathartic. It's almost ten minutes long. It sounds Spotify. I listen to that one, I'm happy, but also wanna miss add, you've had a fascinating tasted music.